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BE QUICK: 16 November: Tickets going fast…Roll up, Roll up – hear David Green QC’s Swan Song and Hui Chen in London at our annual reg conference

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We don’t normally plug conferences on our site. But we are plugging this one, ours.  It’s great, David Green will be speaking in his swan song speech at our conference as SFO Director and we shall also be joined by Hui Chen, ex DOJ compliance counsel expert.

Surely not to be missed!

So. Please join  Barry at Pinsent Masons annual Regulatory Conference on Thursday 16 November 2017 to hear from experts across multiple fields of enforcement, criminal & civil fraud, health and safety and others

We’ll be debating the questions below as well as catching up on the latest developments internationally in compliance and regulation.

  • What do law enforcement agencies really think about your organisation’s business ethics?
  • Can a corporate culture of compliance be stress-tested – and what should it look like?
  • How can effective compliance programmes help change higher risk behaviours across global businesses?
  • What’s new that should be on your company’s risk management framework for 2018?

We are delighted to announce our two keynote speakers for our conference, the Director of the UK Serious Fraud Office, David Green QC, and Hui Chen, who served as the first Compliance Counsel Expert at the U.S. Department of Justice from November 2015 to June 2017.

A central theme for this year’s conference will be how corporate culture and an organisation’s business ethics impact upon compliance programmes, their design and effectiveness. You will learn the latest about international compliance trends and best practice tips from specialists across industry sectors, with expert panels comprising speakers on behavioural economics, from former law enforcement professionals, to whistle-blower organisations.

In our breakout sessions this year, we will focus on keeping you up to date on lessons from financial services enforcement, as well as diving into implications of GDPR on corporate investigations. We’ll also reflect on changing trends in regulation across the world, examining the challenges for corporates working in higher risk or emerging markets.

As in previous years, it is expected to be the highlight of the conference season!

  • Thursday 16 November 2017
  • 09:00 Registration and Breakfast
  • 17:00 Close, followed by a drinks reception
  • Download the agenda here
  • Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES (directions)

Conference fee: £299 + VAT.  Surely a bargain!

To book your tickets, please RSVP here.

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