Christine Wong Discusses How Companies Can Mitigate U.S. Domestic Corruption Risk

11 May 2022 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m. EDT

Christine Wong, a former federal prosecutor and in-house compliance officer, is serving as a panelist for a webinar hosted by EY to discuss the impact of U.S. domestic corruption enforcement on conducting business and how companies can mitigate risk. Alongside experienced forensic accountants from EY and Corey Amundson, Chief of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section, the panel will cover recent trends and a future outlook on U.S. domestic corruption enforcement, the establishment of U.S. domestic corruption enforcement as a core national security interest, leading practices for investigation management and response, as well as practical compliance and risk mitigation strategies. Register for this CPE-eligible program.



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