The complex third party environment is wrought with challenges with bribery and corruption at the very top of the list. Even the most sophisticated third party programs can experience a lack of confidence in identifying the company’s greatest vulnerabilities. Incorporating better monitoring practices is essential to closing the risk gaps. What data can be used to aid in monitoring third parties? How can you avoid failure at the outset of due diligence? And how should monitoring be deployed to uncover threats early and often? This panel will share new insights and best practices to effectively combat bribery and corruption that continues to place companies in jeopardy.
Ruti Smithline, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Fernanda Beraldi, Director, International Ethics & Compliance and Corporate Counsel, Cummins, Inc.
Evan Epstein, Executive Director, Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance, Stanford Law School
Patricia Petit, Compliance Officer, LAD, Olympus Corporation of the Americas
Gary Zaugg, Associate General Counsel and Regional Compliance Director – Americas, Ingersoll Rand