TRACE hosts webinars on a variety of regulatory compliance topics on a monthly basis. Webinar recordings are available in the members-only Resource Center and can be used for ad hoc training or as part of a comprehensive global training program coupled with our eLearning. Select webinars are open to the public. Advanced training, available through TRACEpro, includes a selection of our recorded webinars.
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 | 1:00 PM EDT (6:00 PM BST)
During this session, learn about recent anti-corruption enforcement actions and their relevance to compliance programs globally. Review the cases alongside our presenter and find out why this enforcement action should matter to you, and what it means to your compliance efforts moving forward. This lesson will allow you to benchmark your current program and assess what you need to consider updating in the future, as compliance matters continue to evolve.
CLE credits are available for this webinar in the following states only – TX, VA, NY, NJ, CA. Additional instructions on how to obtain CLE credits will be provided during the webinar.
Head of Global Anti-Bribery and Corruption Advisory
Adam Wolf is the Head of Global Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) Advisory for MUFG Bank.
Adam helped to design and implement MUFG’s global ABC policy and procedures applicable to more than 40 offices and 100,000 employees worldwide, and he provides guidance and strategic advice on a wide range of issues and business transactions.
Before he joined MUFG in 2016, Adam practiced law for more than ten years at two large international law firms, where he counseled major financial institutions and other multinationals on their ABC compliance programs, managed global bribery investigations, and conducted a three-year FCPA compliance monitorship. He has published numerous articles regarding ABC issues and developments.
Adam graduated with honors from Brooklyn Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review, and received his Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. Prior to attending law school, Adam worked as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and at an internet start-up company in San Francisco.