FCPA - Right Sizing Compliance Plans

31st Annual Silicon Valley All Hands Meeting

11/18/2019 03:45 a.m. - 10:33 a.m.

FCPA + Global Anti-Corruption, Securities Enforcement, and Investigations + White Collar Defense

Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Charles E. DurossStacey M. Sprenkel, and Jina Choi

Jina ChoiCharles E. Duross, and Stacey M. Sprenkel

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All companies - regardless of their size or global reach - struggle to make sure that their compliance programs are meaningful, risk-based, effectively implemented, and would meet the expectations of enforcement agencies. This panel presents a unique opportunity to hear varied perspectives on compliance programs from four panelists with deep experience designing, benchmarking, and evaluating the effectiveness of compliance programs:

  • The former Director of the SEC's San Francisco Regional Office
  • The former head of the DOJ's FCPA Unit
  • A Chief Compliance Officer of a Silicon Valley Fortune 500 company
  • The head of MoFo's Global Ethics & Compliance practice

The panel will examine key compliance risks such as third parties, gifts and entertainment, and evolving business models. They will discuss how policies, procedures, training programs, and other risk mitigation measures can best address those risks in a way that is both practical and effective. Attendees will learn how they can best employ limited corporate resources to proactively create, implement, and test comprehensive ethics-based compliance programs.

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