Thomson Reuters and Ethisphere will jointly hold the 2012 Global Ethics Summit to offer participants the opportunity to gain critical and timely insights into the risks and challenges of conducting business. CLE credits are available.
Designed for CEOs, CFOs, board directors, chief compliance and risk officers, general counsels, government and regulatory officials, FCPA attorneys and consultants, and NGO executives, the summit will offer attendees an in-depth, multifaceted learning experience that encourages the sharing of best practices for navigating an increasingly complex and daunting global corporate landscape. The business case for demonstrating a world-class ethics and compliance program involves more than just the cost of effective compliance operations or preventing compliance failures. In an increasingly networked world, word of prosecutions and sanctions for wrongdoing spreads faster than ever and the number of investigations and prosecutions continues to multiply. Such risk can have crippling impacts on an organization’s reputational and brand values.
Specific topics include Compliance 2012; BRIC and the Next 11 – Emerging Markets: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks; Tone from the Top: A Conversation with CEOs; and A Conversation with Leading CLOs: Risks, Opportunities and What Keeps You Up at Night.