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Webinar: Update on OFAC’s Iran Sanctions Program

Webinar: Update on Iran Sanctions Program Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 12 Noon EST Sign Up Here On May 8, 2018, the Trump Administration withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and to began to reimpose the U.S. nuclear-related sanctions that were lifted to effectuate the JCPOA sanctions relief, following a wind-down period. Global companies have to update their trade compliance programs to ensure...

Webinar: Making Your Board of Directors a Partner in Compliance

Webinar:  Making Your Board of Directors a Partner in Compliance Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 12 Noon EST Sign Up HERE Corporate boards set the tone for a company’s compliance program. Directors are responsible for overseeing and monitoring the company’s compliance program. Yet, corporate boards are not actively fulfilling their responsibilities. Chief compliance officers have to engage the company’s board, educate the board and secure a...

Webinar: How to Implement an Effective Internal Investigation Program

Webinar: How to Implement an Effective Internal Investigation Program Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 12 noon EST SIGN UP HERE An effective ethics and compliance program depends on an efficient internal investigation function. Corporations have to design and implement an internal investigation system that is fair, timely and reliable. To do so, companies need to identify risks, assign resources, monitor investigations and mete out disciplinary actions....

Webinar: 2018 Ethics and Compliance Program Trends and Expectations

Webinar: 2018 Ethics and Compliance Trends and Expectations Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 12 noon EST SIGN UP HERE The compliance profession continues to increase its influence in the corporate governance landscape.  The Justice Department’s aggressive prosecution of global companies for anti-corruption violations, as well as international enforcement and compliance developments, has created a comprehensive set of compliance trends and government expectations as to compliance functions....

Webinar — 2017 FCPA Year in Review

Webinar: 2017 FCPA Year in Review Tuesday, January 9, 2018, 11 am EST SIGN UP HERE FCPA enforcement continued in 2017 with an increased emphasis on individual enforcement. Despite early questions as to the new administration’s commitment to FCPA enforcement, the Justice Department and the SEC continued to push aggressive enforcement cases, building on well-established relationships with global law enforcement partners. In a significant development,...

Webinar: How to Implement An Effective Sanctions Compliance Program

How to Implement an Effective Sanctions Compliance Program Tuesday, December 19, 2017 Sign Up Here The Department of Justice and the Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (“OFAC”) have aggressively enforced comprehensive and complex sanctions statutes and regulations. Global companies have to design and implement an effective sanctions compliance program in order to avoid sanctions enforcement risks. Join Michael Volkov, CEO of The...

Webinar Reminder — Global Antitrust Enforcement Risks and Compliance

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 12 noon EST Sign Up Here Global antitrust enforcement programs create significant risks for global companies. In the United States, criminal antitrust risks are significant for companies and individual officers and managers. Global companies can suffer fines, reputational damage and related collateral litigation. Compounding these risks is the mature international antitrust enforcement programs that increase financial and reputational risks. Global antitrust...

Making the Case for Requiring Beneficial Ownership Information

In this era of aggressive enforcement, global companies have to integrate beneficial ownership requirements when conducting due diligence of business associates and when engaging customers. For most businesses, beneficial ownership is critical in two main legal contexts: sanctions compliance and FCPA risk. Both of these areas present significant risks to any US company conducting business overseas, regardless of what industry. Of course financial institutions face...

Global Antitrust Enforcement Risks and Compliance Programs

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 12 noon EST Sign Up Here Global antitrust enforcement programs create significant risks for global companies. In the United States, criminal antitrust risks are significant for companies and individual officers and managers. Global companies can suffer fines, reputational damage and related collateral litigation. Compounding these risks is the mature international antitrust enforcement programs that increase financial and reputational risks. Global antitrust...

Webinar: How to Conduct Periodic Reviews and Assessments of Your Compliance Program

Webinar: How to Conduct Periodic Reviews and Assessments of Your Compliance Program Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 12 Noon EST Sign Up Here An effective compliance program requires that companies review and improve their compliance programs. A company should regularly review and test its controls, and address potential weaknesses in its compliance program. The Justice Department and the SEC have encouraged companies to conduct regular tests...