Securities Enforcement Forum 2012

10/18/2012 08:30 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.

White-Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20036

Sponsorship

Securities Enforcement Forum 2012 is a one-day conference in Washington, D.C. that brings together securities enforcement and white-collar attorneys, current and former senior SEC and DOJ officials, in-house counsel and compliance executives, and other top professionals in the field.

The Forum will analyze issues including:

  • Trends in the criminalization of securities law
     
  • Anti-corruption trends, developments and best practices worldwide
     
  • Ethics issues in bringing and defending SEC investigations, including SEC scrutiny of “sharp practices” by defense counsel
     
  • Reforms at the SEC post-Madoff: “Smarter, swifter, and more strategic?”
     
  • International enforcement of securities laws, and cooperation with the U.S.
     
  • The SEC’s enforcement response to the financial crisis
     
  • The expanding definition of insider trading and compliance challenges for companies and investment firms
     
  • Trends and key issues in financial fraud and accounting investigations
     
  • The future of the SEC settlement process
     
  • Cooperation agreements, non-prosecution agreements and deferred prosecutions agreements
     
  • The use of forensic analysis in securities enforcement matters
     
  • Whistleblower developments and the role of the SEC under Dodd-Frank

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