6th Global Forum on Anti-Corruption in High Risk Markets

July 21, 2015 to July 22, 2015

Conducting business in high risk markets can be very lucrative, but also very risky. While companies generally salivate at the opportunity to tap into China’s robust domestic consumer market or Russia’s oil & gas resources, the threat of executive arrests and multi-million dollar fines due to allegations of corruption is significantly altering the international business landscape.

This two-day conference was developed through in-depth research and designed for decision-makers in the fields of anti-corruption, compliance and risk management. The event will provide attendees with the ideal forum for networking, sharing experience of cutting-edge risk mitigation strategies and benchmarking compliance programs.

Matt Miner will moderate the panel "Benchmark with Local Compliance Managers: How to Localize Programs and Measure Program Performance, Employee and Front-End Engagement" on July 21 at 2:00 PM.

Topics will include:

  • Localizing your compliance program
  • Addressing particular challenges and risks in high-risk markets
  • Engaging business departments, sales agents, and marketers in building the company’s compliance culture
  • Measuring the effectiveness of your compliance program