NOTE: This podcast was recorded prior to the conversion of the Compliance & Ethics Institute to a virtual program. Some of the sessions and their tracks may have changed. Be sure to visit the website to see the latest agenda.
While travel is much more difficult these days, you can still span the globe of compliance issues at the 2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI).
Brazil-based Shin Jae Kim (SCCE/HCCA Board Member and Partner at TozziniFreire Advogados) and UK-based Jonathan Armstrong (partner at Cordery) serve as chairs of the Multi-National/International Track at the CEI and explain that their aim was to be truly international and to look at the heart of what’s concerning compliance professionals around the world.
Session on the agenda include:
- The Practical Who, What, When, Why and Hows of Third-Party Risk Assessment and Due Diligence
- Latin America: How to Survive Doing Business in our Region
- Building an International Speak-Up and Compliance Culture
- How to Conduct Independent Investigations on Foreign Operations
- Asia, State of the Union: Compliance Relations in Asia
In this podcast we address what’s on the agenda at the CEI as well as what’s going on now for global compliance programs. Current issues include dramatic shifts in supply chains, finding alternatives to face-to-face training, replicating in-office controls when people are at home, and avoiding corrupt payments while sourcing PPE in a hurry.
Listen in to get the latest on multi-national/international compliance challenges. Then join us for the 2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute.