Legal Ethics Training and Seminar
PLI Internal Investigations 2015
4th Annual White Collar Crime Institute
To learn more, visit the program page on the NYC Bar’s website.
The Compliance Function Post Financial Crisis: How Leading Banks should respond to the Convergence of AML, Anti-corruption, Fraud, FCPA and Tax Evasion enforcement, and the call for increased personal liability (board members, directors and compliance officers) Continuing the De-Risking Discussion
The Global Compliance Function Post Financial Crisis: How leading Banks should respond to the convergence of AML, Anticorruption, fraud, FCPA and tax evasion enforcement, and the call for increased personal liability.
Anti-bribery and corruption remain a major risk and concern for multi-national corporations and the focus of continuing DOJ and SEC investigations. Whether conducting risk assessments, due diligence or investigations, or monitoring the effectiveness of ABC compliance programs, when lawyers and forensic accountants team up, they create a powerful alliance that can help client organizations with their anti-bribery and corruption-related matters.
Moderator & Co-Chair
Gray’s Inn, London
42nd Annual Institute on Securities Regulation
Mary Jo White is moderator for this panel.
Trends in Enforcement, Self-Regulation & Corporate Governance
Current trends in regulatory and criminal law in Italy, the UK and US require varying degrees of selfregulation as a means of deterring fraudulent and criminal conduct. This panel will explore the legal requirements in these jurisdictions and highlight the trends in enforcement of these requirements by regulatory agencies focusing on cross-border implications.
The Consequences of Failure in Self-Regulation
Failures in self-regulation may lead to regulatory sanctions and criminal penalties. This panel will discuss actions the company should take in the event of failure of self-regulation, including the need to retain outside counsel, conduct internal investigations, self-report in various jurisdictions, and in some instances, defend itself against regulatory or criminal proceedings.
Corporate Governance & Compliance as Vehicles for the Protection of the Corporation
Establishing adequate and appropriate corporate governance mechanisms has become a primary step in preventing breaches in self-regulation and identifying and investigating possible breaches as they arise. This panel will focus on current legal and other standards for corporate governance within the framework of effective self-regulation, especially as they apply to public companies, and ways to use corporate governance as a method of self-regulation.
Agir Contre La Corruption – Quels Moyens D’Action Pour Une Justice Plus Efficace?
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