Monday, 23 May 2016
12:15pm – 2:00pm
Melbourne and via videoconference to: Sydney, Brisbane and Perth
The Global Compact Network Australia invites you to an anti-corruption “101” workshop.
The workshop will provide an overview of key Australian and international laws related to corruption and bribery, and enforcement approaches being pursued by law enforcement authorities domestically and internationally.
Through peer learning from leading Australian businesses, the workshop will explore the elements of effective anti-corruption policies and compliance programs (such as risk assessment, scope, engagement with third parties, embedding policies and compliance programs, monitoring and reporting) and how companies can develop these to manage risks and meet stakeholder expectations.
Join us as we speak with leading anti-corruption and law representatives from business, including Tim Robinson, Managing Counsel – Anti-Corruption & Trade, BHP Billiton, Nigel Incoll, Manager Anti-Fraud, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, NAB and Peter Haig, Partner, Allens. The panel discussion will take place in Melbourne and be via videoconference to Sydney, Perth and Brisbane.
It is an appropriate session to attend for a refresher and update, or for an introduction to core principles.
Who should attend?
Addressing corruption requires an integrated whole-of-business approach, and businesses are encouraged to send representatives from risk and compliance, sustainability and corporate responsibility, government and external affairs, legal and management.
|12.30 – 12.45pm||Welcome and Overview of Key Regulatory Requirements and Enforcement Approaches|
|12.45 – 1.35pm||Panel Discussion
|1.35 – 1.50pm||Q&A|
|1.50 – 2pm||Close|
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