IACA is pleased to announce a new Compliance and Collective Action Seminar series for professionals involved with the business sector in these fields. Each seminar will feature expert practitioners and interactive peer discussion, giving participants fresh practical insights and excellent networking opportunities.

The first seminar will focus on The External Investigator’s Perspective in Regulatory Compliance Investigations.

 

Confirmed lecturers include:

Lloydette Bai-Marrow, Principal Consultant and Founding Partner at ParaMetric Global Consulting and previously principal investigative lawyer at the Serious Fraud Office (UK)

Eduard Ivanov (IACA), previously co-chair of the Working Group on Typologies at the Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism (EAG)

Daniel Li, Former Deputy Commissioner and Head of Operations, Hong Kong Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC)

Jonathan Shapiro, founder and owner of Shapiro Advisors LLC and former Integrity Compliance Officer at the World Bank Group

Programme 

 

Specific benefits:

This seminar will enable participants to upgrade their skills and add value to their companies and organizations by:

  • better understanding the role and expectations of external compliance investigators
  • implementing a proactive and effective compliance programme
  • identifying suspicious counterparties and transactions
  • assessing risks of multiple investigations and individual liability
  • staying up to date with the latest regulatory trends.

Participants will subsequently join IACA’s alumni network of anti-corruption and compliance professionals in 154 countries and jurisdictions.

 

Duration

1 - 2 March 2018

Location IACA
Target group Professionals from around the world with relevant work experience in compliance, collective action, anti-corruption, law, audit, or related fields, in the private or public sector.
Tuition Fee

849 EUR - Tuition Fee

Please see the "Fees and Logistics" section below for details.

Discounts

IACA is offering the following discounts on the tuition fee for this seminar:

  • 15 % for participants from IACA’s Parties for this newly created programme
  • 15 % for (registered) IACA Alumni
  • 20 % for participants from IACA’s Parties which contribute(d) financially to IACA’s general budget anytime between 1 January 2017 and the day of the application for this seminar.*

* Austria, Azerbaijan, Chile, China, Hungary, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mongolia, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Thailand.

This scheme remains valid until revocation. It may be modified or superseded by later schemes at any time.

Application Deadline

20 February 2018

 
Language of Instruction English
Certificate Awarded Certificate of Attendance

 

This two-day seminar consists of lectures, interactive classroom and panel discussions, and networking opportunities. Topics include, among others:

  • what are external compliance investigators looking for?
  • implementing a proactive and effective compliance programme
  • identifying suspicious counterparties and transactions
  • assessing risks of multiple investigations
  • enforcement agencies and individual liability.

Panel discussions will focus on:

  • the evolving regulatory landscape and landmark outcomes
  • cross-border investigations and international cooperation.

Admission requirements

  • Relevant work experience in compliance, collective action, anti-corruption, law, audit, or related fields, in the private or public sector
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English.

Application procedure

To apply, please click on the APPLY NOW button above, fill out the application form in English, and attach the following files:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Copy of valid passport
  • Passport-sized photo.

Participants will be selected based on their education and professional experience. IACA is committed to promoting diversity and strives to attract participants from various regional backgrounds.

Tuition fee

849 EUR – covers the costs for the training, including classroom materials, coffee breaks, lunches, a networking dinner, and a daily shuttle between the designated hotel and the IACA campus.

Discounts

IACA is offering discounts on the tuition fee for this seminar. Please see above for further details.

Scholarships

Please kindly note that there are no scholarships available for this seminar.

Accommodation

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements and any associated costs. A limited number of rooms will be pre-booked at hotels in various categories in Vienna as well as areas in close proximity to IACA. We recommend that those interested in this offer contact the hotel as early as possible to ensure a reservation.

Travel costs

Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and any associated costs.

Insurance

Participants are responsible for their own medical insurance and any associated costs.

Visa

Participants requiring a visa for Austria are responsible for their own visa arrangements and any associated costs.