ACI’s 18th Annual New York Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
(Washington, DC-Litigation), partner and head of Shearman & Sterling's Global Anti-Corruption & FCPA practice, served as co-chair of ACI’s 18th Annual New York Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act on May 16-18 at the Andaz Wall Street in New York.
The conference included a meaningful discussion of complex FCPA challenges, “big picture,” strategic and interrelated issues, including corporate governance, corporate culture and metrics, data privacy, cybersecurity, securities law and white collar crime.
New panels at this year’s conference included:
- CORPORATE GOVERNANCE — Getting the Ear of Your Audit Committee and Board on FCPA and SEC Compliance
- CORPORATE CULTURE & METRICS — How Companies are Identifying and Using Reasonable Metrics to Measure their Cultures of Compliance & Ethics
- CHIEF RISK OFFICER INSIGHTS: How FCPA and Interrelated Corporate Compliance Risks are Being Assessed and Weighted
- DATA TRANSFERS — EU Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and their Impact on Bribery Investigations: Strategic Insights for Cross-Border Transfers
- GLOBAL SETTLEMENTS — The Expanding Scope of Penalty Risks for Internal Control and Compliance Weaknesses