Join Us at C5’s Flagship Anti-Corruption Conference in London

Anti Corruption London C5

We’re thrilled to be a Media Partner for the C5 Group’s 15th European Flagship Conference on Anti-Corruption, which will take place in person (with a livestream option) in London on November 2-3, 2021.

As part of the IGCA network, you’re eligible to receive a 10% discount to this stellar event using the code D10-626-626DX02 upon checkout.

Don’t miss out on one of the benchmark conferences on all-things anti-corruption!

Why Should You Attend?

This premier event, which focuses on anti-corruption, human rights, and compliance programmes, is one of the few out there that gathers key government officials and in-house decision-makers under one roof to discuss plenty of rich and practical content related to the legal and compliance worlds.

Anti Corruption London Speakers

Government officials in attendance will be representing the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the US Department of Justices (DOJ), and Business Investigations from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Attendees will also benefit from one-on-one meetings, large and small-group networking, and discussions on best practices and “war stories.”

Anti Corruption London C5

Another interesting component of this flagship event is its scope as it brings together professionals from a wide gamut of industries.

Participants will be representing the following industries: Accounting & Forensics, Academia & Policy, Aerospace & Defense, Communications, Energy, Environmental, Financial Services, Food & Beverage, Government, Hospitality, Legal Services, Life Sciences, Logistics & Transportation, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Retail & Consumer Goods, Technology & Telecommunications, and more.

Finally, load up on CPD & CPE accreditations if that’s something you need.

What’s New for 2021?

Plenty of new workshops and discussions have been added to this year’s proceedings, ones that should generate plenty of excitement and opportunities to network and talk about trending issues pertinent to anti-corruption, human rights, and compliance.

Some of these new sessions for 2021 include:

– Anti-Corruption, Human Rights, and the Modern Slavery Act: How Industry is Revisiting Country Risk Analyses, Third Party Due Diligence, and Integrating Compliance Resources

– Behavioural Science and Corporate Culture: The Latest on What Resonates… and What Doesn’t

– Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Compliance Programme: Key Metrics and Hidden Lessons

– Leveraging Data Analytics and AI for Compliance and Monitoring

Who’s Leading This Year’s Conference?

This year’s proceedings will be chaired by:

Patrick Rappo, Global Co-Chair, Investigations & Compliance Group Partner, UK Corporate Crime & Investigations Group, DLA Piper UK LLP

Patrick RappoPatrick’s practice focuses on a range of corporate and white-collar crime matters, international bribery, corruption, money laundering, fraud, and sanctions issues. Patrick represents companies and individuals and has been involved with several high-profile investigations and prosecutions, including Global Investigations Review’s “Most Important Case of 2020”: SFO v Barclay’s Bank. He works across high-risk sectors and high-risk jurisdictions.

Patrick’s practice includes proactive, preventative advice for corporate clients (such as compliance programme design, drafting policies and procedures, conducting risk assessments and due diligence, advising on mergers and acquisitions, as well as training and compliance audits). Patrick regularly advises on the conduct of internal investigations and responding to government investigations and prosecutions.

Patrick also advises international governments on changes to their ABC and AML regimes and trains their judiciary, prosecutors, and investigators.

Prior to joining DLA Piper, Patrick was Joint Head of the Bribery and Corruption divisions at the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO). He has significant experience of corporate self-reporting, acting as the SFO’s point of contact for all such reports, was involved in the changes to the SFO’s self-reporting processes, and helped introduce deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) in the United Kingdom.

Register Today & SAVE 10% with IGCA code: D10-416-416GX10

If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch directly with the C5 Group at enquiries@C5-online.com or give them a call at +44 (0) 20 4532 2313.

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