By Robert Ambler, Mary Katherine Arthur, Stephen Epstein, John Sardar
With the US Department of Justice (DOJ) collecting record corporate fines this year, your board asks if your company’s compliance is up to par. How do you respond? How do you gauge your program? This session will analyze the DOJ’s Federal Sentencing Guidelines for the Prosecution of Business Organizations, set out your minimum requirements, and lay out best practices that you can implement. This will cover leadership, risk assessments, policy development, communications, training, establishment of controls, and monitoring and testing of controls. Presenters will offer firsthand experiences (both positive and negative) and best practices for building and maintaining your compliance program.
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