Jersey International Business School
Jersey International Business School, 12-13 Caledonia Place, Weighbridge, JE2 3NG, UK

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Event Date Thu May 23 BST (over 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Thu May 23 3:30am - Thu May 23 8:00am
Location Jersey International Business School
12-13 Caledonia Place, Weighbridge, JE2 3NG, UK
Region EMEA

Bribery and Corruption is a global problem that requires a global response. Financial services businesses have a legal, regulatory and moral obligation to disrupt the flow of monies emanating from these activities. This forum will explore the latest bribery and corruption risks and will provide you with the latest intelligence and facilitation methodologies, along with practical guidance to support you in mitigating bribery and corruption risk. Through reviewing contemporary case studies such as the 1MDB and Rolls Royce scandals delegates will understand how their businesses can be exposed to the risk of facilitating bribery and corruption.

Learning outcomes

Having attended this Forum, delegates will:
• Have a greater appreciation of the evolving bribery and corruption methodologies
• Have a deeper understanding of the fluid nature and complexity of bribery and corruption
• Be able to better manage the risk to exposure to monies derived from bribery and corruption

Who this event is for:
This event is suitable for financial services professionals and those with a responsibility to manage the risk in this critical area.


2019 Speakers

Natalie Dimond
Managing Director at BPP CI

Wanda Adam
Head of Registry Policy, Compliance and Service Delivery at Jersey, Financial Services Commission

Advocate Howard
Founder of Ardent Chambers, Sharp QC

Nazifa Hussain
Manager – Anti-Bribery and Corruption & Anti-Facilitation of Tax, Evasion at KPMG LLP

Tim Roberts
Senior Director at Kroll – a division of, Duff & Phelps