IACA last week delivered a customized tailor-made training in Lima for directors and senior executives of Peruvian company Graña y Montero, having been invited by the firm’s new senior management to help improve its compliance management system.
Together with regional and international lecturers, participants discussed themes such as preventing and mitigating fraud and corruption, the prosecutor’s perspective, attacking corruption in infrastructure, and best practices in corporate compliance.
The training ran from 11 to 13 October and concluded with a round-table discussion on corporate governance and compliance in the Peruvian context, which was also attended by representatives of the business, public, civil society, and academic sectors.
Panellists covered topics such as compliance strategies and roles of different sectors, international good practices of compliance, the current framework in Peru and the region, and upcoming challenges in the fight against corruption.
Tailor-made trainings are IACA’s customized programmes for specific organizations, corporations, or institutions, addressing the unique challenges that each one faces in preventing and fighting corruption.
The Academy has delivered several such trainings in 2017, and more are scheduled for the coming months. For more information, click here.