Free Webinar: Understanding the Risks of Operating in a Global Market

Free Webinar: Understanding the Risks of Operating in a Global Market

Moderator(s): Paul J. McNulty, Stephen Martin, Patrick Thesing

Today's challenging legal and regulatory environment has made it absolutely essential to establish an effective global compliance program. This need is fueled by the increased expectations and scrutiny of corporate compliance practices by both and international regulators-as well as shareholders, consumers and the media. A good compliance program must be structured to address the unique risks that each organization faces, based on its industry and geographic reach.

In this informative Webinar, you'll discover the key elements and benefits of a world-class global compliance program, including how to:

  • Develop compliance risk assessments
  • Use the results to structure and reinforce your goals
  • Mitigate third-party risk
  • Manage the flow of information regarding global laws, changing regulations and an increasingly stringent enforcement environment

Panelists include:

Paul J. McNulty, Partner at Baker & McKenzie LLP, chairs the firm's Global Corporate Compliance Steering Committee and plays a leadership role in the Business Crimes and Investigations practice. He offers strategic counsel and advises on compliance with legal requirements and regulations. Previously, he has served as U.S. Deputy Attorney General and chaired the President's Corporate Fraud Task Force, among other prestigious positions.

Stephen Martin, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Corpedia, Inc., a leading ethics, compliance and risk assessment consultancy, oversees legal and compliance matters and business strategy. In addition, he currently leads Corpedia's involvement in the Ethisphere Council, an exclusive executive group of corporate leaders and practitioners committed to ethics and compliance in business.

Patrick Thesing, Independent Special Counsel for major global corporations, offers advice and litigation support on many issues, from anti-corruption to anti-fraud initiatives-from establishment of compliance programs to due diligence in acquisitions-from special investigations to defense before U.S. regulators and more. He has over 23 years of experience handling complex and highly sensitive matters and was previously V.P., Compliance at KBR, Inc.

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