American Conference Institute's 4th Russia and CIA Summit on Anti-Corruption

conf_vAmerican Conference Institute’s 4th Russia and CIS Summit
on Anti-Corruption

20-21 March 2012
Lotte Hotel, Moscow

Description
In an effort to start his presidential campaign on a pro-business note, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin introduced the « national entrepreneurial initiative », that will aim to improve the business climate and increase transparency. Details of the initiative, however, were not discussed.Take anti-corruption compliance into your own hands and get an update on the anti-bribery landscape in Russia when you attend the 4th Russia and CIS Summit on Anti-Corruption, scheduled on March 20-21, 2012 at the Lotte Hotel in Moscow.Learn how TNK-BP, Barclays, Tyco International, Weatherford, Shell, Comcast, Levi Strauss, ABB, BNP Paribas, Halliburton, Sakhalin Energy, Xylem, Johnson Controls, Noble Energy, Siemens, Covidien, Baker Hughes, Mars, and other industry leaders tackle corruption risks in their day-to-day local operations.

 

Plus, benefit from new panel discussions on:  

  • Conducting effective compliance reviews of your third parties and how to obtain conclusive and accurate data to support your compliance initiatives
  • What to do if local authorities come knocking – best practices for preparing and responding to a Russian bribery investigation
  • Reconciling Russian competition law and the US FCPA post-Novo Nordisk
  • How to detect bribery schemes, high risk structures, hidden parties and other questionable  transactions
  • How company executives are caught in the bribery net – who the US DOJ and UK SFO are targeting and how to prevent personal liability. The anti-corruption regulatory and enforcement landscape in Kazakhstan

 


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Tags : Moscow, preventing personal liability, pro-business, transparency