About this Webinar
Many nations have anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws and regulations in place, which extend to foreign entities. Often, companies are unaware of the details of these laws, and fail to have processes in place to ensure compliance, to the detriment of their business. In 2019, government regulators collected billions of dollars in fines from companies and individuals who were found to have violated anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws.
Attend this webinar to learn about current anti-corruption and anti-bribery regulations, from a business and compliance perspective. The webinar will cover the background of anti-corruption and anti-bribery regulations, extraterritorial reach and global trends. This webinar will also advise businesses how to protect themselves will offer insights into what an anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance program consists of, the importance of an Ethics and Corporate Responsibility Program, and penalties for non-compliance.
Don’t miss out! Register to learn about:
- Anti-corruption and anti-bribery regulations
- Business obligations and penalties
- Impact of non-compliance
- Main building blocks for a successful anti-corruption program
- Why you need a Corporate Social Responsibility Program, and more!
Who Should Attend?
Business decision makers and compliance managers.Register for this webinar
Paul Woodward: Senior Consultant, Global Trade Consulting
As Senior Consultant, Paul Woodward delivers of consulting engagements, proactively resolving and mitigating regulatory risk, the creation of regulatory White Papers and compliance improvement plans.
Paul is accountable for managing client expectations, drafting responses to governmental and commercial inquiries, researching and consulting internally and externally regarding business opportunities and presenting potential scenarios, adding additional compliance functions to the Global Trade Consulting
Paul’s expertise includes Global Customs Compliance, Supply Chain, EU & US Export Controls, Anti-Money Laundering, Product Compliance and Risk Assessments, his business experience includes the application and use of export control dual use, audit controls, identifying and mitigating risks plus internal and external compliance audits.
Paul holds a BA Hons International Business degree and certifications in PRINCE2, ECO Export Control Advanced (Dual Use), and ECO Classifications Advanced.