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Straight talk: approaches to anti-money laundering and anti-corruption compliance

Park Wirtschaftsstrafrecht


Anti-money laundering (AML) and anti-corruption compliance are two overly complicated areas. In this webinar, Tobias Eggers of PARK Wirtschaftsstrafrecht will illustrate how they don’t have to be difficult or overly sophisticated.

The webinar will draw on case studies from international SMEs whose compliance systems have survived enquiries by overzealous prosecutors. The webinar will recommend practical ways of implementing sufficient compliance measures and provide takeaways for:

  • risk managers – the key issues in German and European AML and anti-corruption laws;
  • compliance officers – ways to integrate simple measures that really help when prosecutors come knocking; and
  • directors – what is at stake (and what isn’t) when looking at AML and anti-corruption.


Tobias Eggers

Tobias Eggers focusses on international cases of corruption, antitrust law and capital markets-related offences. He leads the compliance practice group at PARK Wirtschaftsstrafrecht and has wide experience in advising multinational companies on setting up compliance measures. He serves as an ombudsman for several corporations. He teaches criminal law at Osnabrück University and is actively involved in the scientific discussion in his field.  

Who‘sWho Legal considers Mr Eggers to be one of the leading business crime defence lawyers in Germany and top of his field. JUVE says a “highly experienced practitioner who quickly finds solutions for complex problems”, “highly competent” and an “excellent strategist”. He is recommended by leading corporate counsel in Germany.


Dr. Tobias Eggers


30 October 2019
16:00 - 16:55 UTC
55 min