Maria Gonzalez Calvet, Executive Counsel, GE Energy Management and GE Latin America, Former Trial Attorney, FCPA Unit U.S. Department of Justice
Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP, Former Assistant Chief FCPA Unit, U.S. Department of Justice
With estimates of corruption being as much as $2 trillion a year and anti-corruption enforcement continuing in the United States and around the world, companies have devoted significant resources to building anti-corruption compliance programs. Too often, however, those programs fail to meet US regulators’ expectations and are not designed to most efficiently prevent and detect misconduct. Don’t let it be a mystery how the enforcement authorities actually make decisions that could affect your company and what the US government believes to be the most critical elements of a company’s anti-corruption compliance program. Come to a session with former FCPA Unit prosecutors on what matters most to US enforcement authorities, the latest policy developments and public resolutions, and what compliance professionals should do to best protect their company from the risks of FCPA enforcement and the negative effects of corruption.
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