Alex Volcic from Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, will speak at the 10th Annual Anti–Corruption CEE, and CIS conference this month. Alex will discuss how business intelligence can be used as an effective tool to combat fraud.
Other topics include:
- An effective tool for internal investigations
- Getting what you need from business intelligence
- Intelligence vs evidence
- Use of software to mine and analyze open source information
Schedule: 08:15 a.m. – 17:20 p.m. (CET)
Acquiring new companies, expanding into new markets, high employee turnover or engaging third parties, sales agents and distributors can expose a business to significant regulatory risk. Recent research across Europe has shown that companies will be increasingly exposed to Fraud and Corruption in 2016. One of the key drivers for this will be the current economic conditions.
With recent news of bribery investigations in Germany, Italy, Poland, Austria and other countries in CEE, Corporate Fraud and Corruption is taking center stage in Europe. While many multinational companies have Ethics and Anti-Corruption compliance programs, they may always not be effective especially when operating in less transparent jurisdictions.
The event hosted by GCM Parker will feature practical case study presentations from Chief Compliance Officers, General Counsels and Heads of Internal Audit.
Business Intelligence and Investigations
Providing firms with investigative expertise to help resolve conflict.Business Intelligence and Investigations
Intelligence gathering resource for clients considering strategic initiatives and transactions.Business Intelligence
Compliance Risk and Diligence
Complying with anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption regulations.Compliance Risk and Diligence
Mitigate and respond to risks associated with international anti-corruption legislation.Anti-Corruption
June 11-13, 2019 Berlin