Corporations have a long list of ethics and compliance failures to study this year, from anti-bribery lapses to reputation meltdowns, all caused by third parties. Every major FCPA enforcement action involves third parties, and those lapses have led collectively to billions in fines and penalties. All these cases have one connecting theme: insufficient internal controls that let risky transactions go overlooked. 

This webinar will review those examples and explore what internal controls should achieve for effective compliance. It will address points such as: 
  • Notable FCPA enforcement actions and “unwelcome risk events” that featured poor internal control;
  • Steps in the control environment and control activities that bolster effective internal controls for reputation risk, anti-corruption risk, and other events outside the normal materiality threshold for financial reporting; and
  • The interplay between due diligence, internal control, and corporate ethical culture for an effective compliance program.
 
Speaker:
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Matt Kelly, Lead Analyst & CEO, Radical Compliance
 
Matt Kelly is a leading compliance industry analyst and consultant, who studies corporate compliance, governance, and risk management issues. He maintains a blog, RadicalCompliance.com, where he shares his thoughts on business issues; and frequently speaks on compliance, governance, and risk topics.

Kelly was named as ‘Rising Star of Corporate Governance’ by Millstein Center for Corporate Governance in inaugural class of 2008; and named to Ethisphere’s ‘Most Influential in Business Ethics’ list in 2011 and 2013.

Kelly was previously editor of Compliance Week from 2006 through 2015. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and can be reached at mkelly@RadicalCompliance.com.