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Lessons Learned From Recent High-Profile Bribery and Corruption Investigations

A key component of an organization’s compliance strategy is the implementation of a robust anti-bribery and corruption program. Due to record-high enforcement actions and recent high-profile investigations involving APAC and global financial institutions, it is imperative that compliance programs enhance current policies and procedures including performing due diligence, knowing your customer and implementing ongoing monitoring procedures. During this webinar, panelists will review lessons learned from recent high-profile investigations and provide practical guidance to identify, address and contain instances of bribery and corruption.

Learning Objectives:
•Reviewing recent high profile APAC and global bribery and corruption investigations to discern practical AML lessons
•Leveraging internal control policies and procedures to support anti-bribery functions including using a client’s past transaction monitoring data and alerts when updating an anti-corruption risk assessment
•Charting bribery and corruption typologies to spots and investigate transactional red flags
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Moderator: Hue Dang | Speakers: David Cope, William Scott Grob and Rosalind Lazar
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    •Leveraging internal control policies and procedures to support anti-bribery functions including using a client’s past transaction monitoring data and alerts when updating an anti-corruption risk assessment
    •Charting bribery and corruption typologies to spots and investigate transactional red flags
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