Monday, 27 May 2019
8:30am – 12:00pm
KPMG, Level 36, Tower 2, Collins Square, 727 Collins Street VIC
The Global Compact Network Australia (GCNA) is holding a forum on challenges in anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) governance compliance.
Corruption is one of the world’s greatest challenges, and a significant obstacle to sustainable development. Corruption also has a significant impact on the private sector, impeding economic growth, distorting competition and giving rise to serious legal, financial and reputational risks.
Transparency International defines corruption as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain”. Corruption can take many forms that vary in degree from the minor use of influence to institutionalised bribery, and includes financial gain and non-financial advantages.
As value chains become more complex and diverse, and we see a range of challenges being integrated such as the connections between human rights, labour issues, environment and corruption, businesses need to understand the risks and drivers, and how to address them within their organisations.
This forum will provide insights into some of the challenges in ABC governance compliance through a discussion with panellists and table discussions.
This forum is kindly hosted by KPMG.
- Dean Mitchell, Partner – Audit, Assurance & Risk Compliance, KPMG
- Dora Banyasz, Senior Associate – Allens
- Jason Holandjso, General Manager – Group Compliance, Australia Post
GCNA Member Registration Information
GCNA Corporate members (over $50m annual revenue) that have selected the Participant Tier of membership for 2018 will receive multiple free registrations to this workshop. Please email email@example.com for instructions on how to redeem this.
All other categories of GCNA membership will receive one free registration and all additional tickets at a discounted rate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your one free registration and for the code to access discounted tickets.
We charge non-members of the GCNA a nominal fee which covers our costs of running events.