The Global Compact Network Australia (GNCA) invites you to a workshop to assist businesses with identifying bribery and corruption risk and designing and implementing risk assessments to manage those risks. These assessments are an essential component of regulatory compliance particularly in circumstances where we are seeing increased guidance and expectations from regulators about what risk assessments should look like. This workshop is about assisting you to effectively structure a risk assessment commensurate with the size and complexity of your business, as well as the industry and jurisdictions in which you operate.
This workshop will explain regulatory expectations regarding risk assessments, whether they be transaction specific, enterprise wide or related to entry into a particular country. The session will include participants from the extractive and financial services industries, who will provide insights regarding their risk assessment processes and the challenges they have faced.
Participants will be provided with an outline of the appropriate methodology for a risk assessment and will leave with an enhanced understanding of the key components and challenges of implementing bribery and corruption based risk assessment processes within their business.
The workshop is kindly hosted by Allens.
GCNA Member Registration Information
GCNA Corporate members (over $50m annual revenue) that have selected the Participant Tier of membership for 2018 will receive multiple free registrations to this workshop. Please email email@example.com for instructions on how to redeem this.
All other categories of GCNA membership will receive one free registration and all additional tickets at a discounted rate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your one free registration and for the code to access discounted tickets.
Please register here.
- Sophie McMurray – Director, Financial Crime at Westpac
- Jamie Cann – Legal Manager at Iluka Resources
- Kobus Ehlers – Head of Assurance and Compliance at Oil Search Limited
Facilitated by Chris Kerrigan, Partner at Allens