Company Programs for Resisting Corrupt Practices - Webcast
Hong Kong - This webcast draws information from the joint survey efforts of The Conference Board and the Ethics and Compliance Officers' Association capacity to obtain detailed descriptions on anti-corruption practices from leading companies.
Date: March 8, 2007
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Hong Kong Time
Corruption gives rise to serious consquences for companies and administrations aside from outright criminality. It increases costs for companies striving to compete fairly, and impedes growth in developing economies. This webcast draws information from the joint survey efforts of The Conference Board and the Ethics and Compliance Officers' Association capacity to obtain detailed descriptions on anti-corruption practices from leading companies. Recent approaches have shifted focus from demand to supply, and a growing number of companies now recognize that strategies to control the supply side may be the key to combating corrupt practices.
This webcast will enable participants to:
* Benchmark their company's anti-corruption efforts against those of the 165 Asian, North American and European survey participants
* Share information about the key challenges that companies face in designing, implementing, and monitoring anti-corruption programs for effectiveness
* Document changes and improvements in company anti-corruption programs since The Conference Board's 2000 research report on company programs to resist corrupt practices
Albert Wong, Head of Policy and External Relations, Shell International B.V.
John McFarland, Country Manager, Hill & Associates Risk Consulting (S) Pte Ltd
Moderator and Panelist:
Ronald E. Berenbeim, Principal Researcher and author of Company Programs for Resisting Corrupt Practices: A Global Study, The Conference Board
Who Should Attend:
Country managers, senior legal counsel with responsibility for anti-corruption programs, senior HR managers with anti-corruption training responsibilities, and senior executives of suppliers, agents and service providers responsible for adherence to client company anti-corruption policies.
Please submit any questions to: [email protected]
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