Please join our virtual round table, The Compliance Officer’s Role in Times of Uncertainty, providing insights to better navigate and manage the risks that come with safeguarding an organization, its brand and human capital during challenging times.
Schedule 10a.m. – 11a.m. (EST)
As COVID-19 responses increase at a rapid rate globally, the importance of a compliance officer’s commitment to ethics and integrity within and out of the company can result in ensuring the organization prevents bribery and corruption.
More broadly, this discussion will focus around how a compliance officer’s actions during a crisis will allow for the maintenance of a culture of integrity and continued ethical behaviour on behalf of an organization.
Communicating in these critical times is imperative to ensure positive behaviour, transparency and trust in the compliance function and ultimately guard the organization from bribery and corruption on all fronts.
Key Discussion Points
- How a commitment to ethics and integrity, during a critical event, can result in ensuring your organization prevents bribery and corruption
- Safeguarding your organization, its brand and workforce during challenging times
- Actions compliance officers can take to during a crisis to maintain a culture of integrity and continued ethical behavior
- Fernanda Beraldi, Senior Director, Ethics and Compliance, Cummins Inc.
- Patricia Marinho, Compliance Director, Latin America, Willis Tower Watson
- Jessica Legorreta, Compliance Officer, Christus Muguerza
Moderator: John Arvanitis, Managing Director, Kroll, a Division of Duff & Phelps
Organizer: Emanuel Batista, Senior Director, Kroll, a Division of Duff & Phelps