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The Global Anti-Bribery In-House Network (GAIN) conference provides an in-depth analysis of the latest international anti-bribery regulatory and enforcement developments. During this 2-day, high-level event, in-house compliance professionals have the opportunity to share best practices and learn...Find out more »
The USAID-funded Ghana Supply Chain Development (SCD) Program seeks to increase the sustainable participation of Ghanaian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and business service providers (BSPs) in the procurement of employment contracts with the oil and gas sector in Ghana. The program...Find out more »
Join your peers for what is regarded as “the Premier Anti-Corruption Compliance Event in the Region” on November 14-16, 2016 in Singapore and benefit from unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities. Now in its 5th successful year, ACI’s annual Asia-Pacific Summit on...Find out more »
Anti-corruption compliance and enforcement have in recent years become increasingly important for companies both local and international that pursue business endeavors in the Andean region. Following its successful premiere in 2015 that drew panelists and delegates from North and South America,...Find out more »
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Severin Wirz, Consultant, Eastern and Southern Africa, attending
Global anti - corruption enforcement has continued to intensify. Companies and their executives face increased prosecution risks, and remain tasked with managing the interplay of foreign bribery, data privacy and labor laws. In response to the evolving landscape, we invite you to join us at the...Find out more »
Throughout the year, TRACE hosts complimentary senior-level roundtable discussions on compliance with anti-bribery regulations in multiple cities in the US and worldwide. Roundtables offer both TRACE members and non-members an opportunity to participate in a lively dialogue with a senior attorney...Find out more »
The motion: This house believes that international anti-bribery & corruption legislation has reduced the ability of local African companies to compete for business opportunities.
This debate offers the opportunity to hear from private-sector experts and law professionals on how they deal...
After a busy year in business integrity and compliance, it's time for updates and review. What have we learnt this year? Why is it important, and what solutions can we extract from it to improve our own programmes and efforts?
Updates from a wide range of business sectors