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Leading program for international legal professionals working in anti-corruption and compliance, Washington DC, August 12 – 17, 2018.

International Compliance & Anti-Corruption

March 3-9, 2019; Washington DC
The George Washington University Law School

The Institute’s International Compliance & Anti-Corruption program will bring together practitioners from around the globe to develop relevant knowledge and best practices for operating within the fields of governance, risk and compliance, financial crime prevention, anti money laundering (AML), and several related areas.  Starting with a broad definition of anti-corruption, the seminar focuses on concrete steps for practitioners to align their companies, countries or clients with current and ever-evolving best practices.   This seminar is conducted at The George Washington University Law School in the heart of Washington DC and features many eminent speakers each day who are leading legal authorities from the private and public sectors.  In addition to providing a detailed academic structure, they will share concrete strategies for managing the practical impact of current laws and regulatory developments affecting global business.  The program will provide high-level networking and points of reference while consolidating varied rules, regulations, policies and professional connections.

Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this program.

International Compliance & Anti-Corruption

March 3-9, 2019; Washington DC
The George Washington University Law School

 

The Institute’s International Compliance & Anti-Corruption program will bring together practitioners from around the globe to develop relevant knowledge and best practices for operating within the fields of governance, risk and compliance, financial crime prevention, anti money laundering (AML), and several related areas.  Starting with a broad definition of anti-corruption, the seminar focuses on concrete steps for practitioners to align their companies, countries or clients with current and ever-evolving best practices.   This seminar is conducted at The George Washington University Law School in the heart of Washington DC and features many eminent speakers each day who are leading legal authorities from the private and public sectors.  In addition to providing a detailed academic structure, they will share concrete strategies for managing the practical impact of current laws and regulatory developments affecting global business.  The program will provide high-level networking and points of reference while consolidating varied rules, regulations, policies and professional connections.

Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this program.

International Compliance & Anti-Corruption

March 3-9, 2019; Washington DC
The George Washington University Law School

 

The Institute’s International Compliance & Anti-Corruption program will bring together practitioners from around the globe to develop relevant knowledge and best practices for operating within the fields of governance, risk and compliance, financial crime prevention, anti money laundering (AML), and several related areas.  Starting with a broad definition of anti-corruption, the seminar focuses on concrete steps for practitioners to align their companies, countries or clients with current and ever-evolving best practices.   This seminar is conducted at The George Washington University Law School in the heart of Washington DC and features many eminent speakers each day who are leading legal authorities from the private and public sectors.  In addition to providing a detailed academic structure, they will share concrete strategies for managing the practical impact of current laws and regulatory developments affecting global business.  The program will provide high-level networking and points of reference while consolidating varied rules, regulations, policies and professional connections.

Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this program.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Corruption Overview:  Definitions, Measurement, Codes
  • International Anti-Corruption Mechanisms
  • Global Enforcement Update – Recent Trends and Updates on Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement and Prosecution
  • The Current FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy – its Effect on Internal Investigations and Disclosure
  • Negotiating Multi-Jurisdictional Proceedings and Settlements
  • Cost Control and Efficiency in Investigations
  • Defending Your Compliance Program to the Agencies
  • Organizational vs. Individual Liability
  • Corporate Plea Bargaining and the Role of the Judge
  • Improving Your Compliance Program with Data Analytics
  • Third Party Compliance and Risk ManagementVetting and Monitoring Best Practices
  • Integrating Your Compliance Program with the Company’s Business Strategy
  • Compliance for Financial Institutions, Private Equity Firms and Hedge Funds
  • Monitoring and Testing Financial Controls
  • Teaming Successfully with Forensic Accountants 
  • Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism – Global Legal Framework and Compliance Best Practices
  • Self-reporting and Legal Professional Privilege
  • Antitrust and Competition Compliance
  • Economic Sanctions and Export Control Compliance
  • Corporate-Government Relations and Lobbying Across Borders
  • Political Campaign Finance and Electioneering Across Borders:  What are the Boundaries?
  • Government Ethics & Oversight: Investigating Government Corruption, Fraud and Waste
  • Anti-Corruption and Media Integrity – Constitutional, Common Law and Market Considerations
  • Big Tech and the Private Policing of Political Activity
  • …and Site Visits to US Regulatory and Anti-Corruption/Investigative Venues

 

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:

The program will start with a networking cocktail reception on the evening of check-in.  Back-to-back presentations and panels will be conducted continuously every morning and afternoon during the week.   Optional ticketed dinner events and other evening activities are also offered.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Corruption Overview:  Definitions, Measurement, Codes
  • International Anti-Corruption Mechanisms
  • Global Enforcement Update – Recent Trends and Updates on Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement and Prosecution
  • The Current FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy – its Effect on Internal Investigations and Disclosure
  • Negotiating Multi-Jurisdictional Proceedings and Settlements
  • Cost Control and Efficiency in Investigations
  • Defending Your Compliance Program to the Agencies
  • Organizational vs. Individual Liability
  • Corporate Plea Bargaining and the Role of the Judge
  • Improving Your Compliance Program with Data Analytics
  • Third Party Compliance and Risk ManagementVetting and Monitoring Best Practices
  • Integrating Your Compliance Program with the Company’s Business Strategy
  • Compliance for Financial Institutions, Private Equity Firms and Hedge Funds
  • Monitoring and Testing Financial Controls
  • Teaming Successfully with Forensic Accountants 
  • Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism – Global Legal Framework and Compliance Best Practices
  • Self-reporting and Legal Professional Privilege
  • Antitrust and Competition Compliance
  • Economic Sanctions and Export Control Compliance
  • Corporate-Government Relations and Lobbying Across Borders
  • Political Campaign Finance and Electioneering Across Borders:  What are the Boundaries?
  • Government Ethics & Oversight: Investigating Government Corruption, Fraud and Waste
  • Anti-Corruption and Media Integrity – Constitutional, Common Law and Market Considerations
  • Big Tech and the Private Policing of Political Activity
  • …and Site Visits to US Regulatory and Anti-Corruption/Investigative Venues

 

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:

The program will start with a networking cocktail reception on the evening of check-in.  Back-to-back presentations and panels will be conducted continuously every morning and afternoon during the week.   Optional ticketed dinner events and other evening activities are also offered.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Corruption Overview:  Definitions, Measurement, Codes
  • International Anti-Corruption Mechanisms
  • Global Enforcement Update – Recent Trends and Updates on Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement and Prosecution
  • The Current FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy – its Effect on Internal Investigations and Disclosure
  • Negotiating Multi-Jurisdictional Proceedings and Settlements
  • Cost Control and Efficiency in Investigations
  • Defending Your Compliance Program to the Agencies
  • Organizational vs. Individual Liability
  • Corporate Plea Bargaining and the Role of the Judge
  • Improving Your Compliance Program with Data Analytics
  • Third Party Compliance and Risk ManagementVetting and Monitoring Best Practices
  • Integrating Your Compliance Program with the Company’s Business Strategy
  • Compliance for Financial Institutions, Private Equity Firms and Hedge Funds
  • Monitoring and Testing Financial Controls
  • Teaming Successfully with Forensic Accountants 
  • Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism – Global Legal Framework and Compliance Best Practices
  • Self-reporting and Legal Professional Privilege
  • Antitrust and Competition Compliance
  • Economic Sanctions and Export Control Compliance
  • Corporate-Government Relations and Lobbying Across Borders
  • Political Campaign Finance and Electioneering Across Borders:  What are the Boundaries?
  • Government Ethics & Oversight: Investigating Government Corruption, Fraud and Waste
  • Anti-Corruption and Media Integrity – Constitutional, Common Law and Market Considerations
  • Big Tech and the Private Policing of Political Activity
  • …and Site Visits to US Regulatory and Anti-Corruption/Investigative Venues

 

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:

The program will start with a networking cocktail reception on the evening of check-in.  Back-to-back presentations and panels will be conducted continuously every morning and afternoon during the week.   Optional ticketed dinner events and other evening activities are also offered.

ACCOMMODATIONS:

IUSLAW has arranged for discounted rates at several nearby hotels.    A discount code will be provided to confirmed participants so they can take advantage of these special rate.  

 

REGISTRATION FEE:

$1795  (includes materials)

CLE / CPD:

This program is eligible for Continuing Legal Education and Continuing Professional Development credits in most jurisdictions.  The process of receiving credit will vary based on your jurisdiction.  The Institute will assist in the process by providing appropriate documentation, and when required, submitting the necessary documents directly to state bar associations. 

MORE INFORMATION:

For more information, you may email us at info@iuslaw.org

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:

IUSLAW has arranged for discounted rates at several nearby hotels.    A discount code will be provided to confirmed participants so they can take advantage of these special rate.  

 

REGISTRATION FEE:

$1795  (includes materials)

MORE INFORMATION:

For more information, you may email us at info@iuslaw.org

[UPDATE:  We are no longer accepting additional registrations for this program.]

ACCOMMODATIONS:

IUSLAW has arranged for discounted rates at several nearby hotels.    A discount code will be provided to confirmed participants so they can take advantage of these special rate.  

 

REGISTRATION FEE:

$1795  (includes materials)

CLE / CPD:

This program is eligible for Continuing Legal Education and Continuing Professional Development credits in most jurisdictions.  The process of receiving credit will vary based on your jurisdiction.  The Institute will assist in the process by providing appropriate documentation, and when required, submitting the necessary documents directly to state bar associations. 

MORE INFORMATION:

For more information, you may email us at info@iuslaw.org

[UPDATE:  We are no longer accepting additional registrations for this program.]