Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PRAGUE, Czech Republic - Feb 12, 2017 - Acquiring new companies, expanding into new markets, high employee turnover or engaging third parties, sales agents and distributors can expose a business to significant compliance risk. Recent research across Europe has shown that companies will be increasingly exposed to Fraud & Corruption in 2017. With recent news of bribery investigations in Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Ukraine, Romania and other countries in CEE, Corporate Fraud and Corruption is taking centre stage in Europe. While most companies have Ethics & Anti-Corruption compliance programs, they may always not be effective especially when operating in less transparent jurisdictions.
This 2 day unique forum now in its 8th year will feature practical case study presentations from Chief Compliance Officers, General Counsels and Fraud Investigation experts. The conference will give you practical insights on Anti-Corruption compliance across a wide jurisdiction including Austria, Poland, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Hungary, South Eastern Europe, Ukraine, Russia & CIS.
Key topics include:
How to implement an effective Anti-Corruption compliance program in Central & Eastern Europe
Learn how to reduce corruption risks when doing business in high risk countries
Get updates on local Anti-corruptions laws and recent enforcements
Learn how you can manage corruption risks in the supply chain and when dealing with third parties, distributors and agents
Get the latest on how to conduct an effective fraud and compliance investigation
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