Title: Building a Successful Corporate Ethics and Risk Management Program
Description: In today's competitive business environment, the lack of a comprehensive ethics program and weak corporate risk management can lead to the downfall of an organization. Participants in this session will hear from experts about the benefits of enhancing their corporate ethics programs, the role of the Ethics Officer, and the potential impact of the whistleblower bounty provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act on ethics and risk management programs. Further, the panel will discuss the relationship between strong ethics programs and risk mitigation. This panel is composed of thought leaders in the field of business ethics and risk management from a variety of organizations including government agencies, law firms, and corporations. The session will provide tools to improve your corporate ethics program and enhance risk management skills.
Panelists: Agnes Bundy Scanlan (Moderator),Treliant Risk Advisors, Washington, D.C.; Catherine Brown, Treliant Risk Advisors, Washington, D.C.; Kelly Faglioni, Hunter and Williams, LLP, Richmond, VA; John Krenitsky, Bank of the West, San Francisco, CA; Peggy Love, Annapolis, MD; Robert Lutz, Southwestern Law School, Los Angela, CA
Date: June 24, 2014
Presented by: Corporate Compliance Committee
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