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Here’s the agenda: The FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016 (October 26)

The aim of the FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016 is to help attendees achieve a much deeper understanding of compliance and enforcement policies and practices.

It is suitable for those at any level in the legal, compliance, and audit functions from any industry, in the private and public sectors, as well as journalists, academics, students, and policy makers — in other words, the full spectrum of the readership of the FCPA Blog.

The FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016

Date:          October 26, 2016

Time:         8:30-17:00

Location: Convene Conference Center
                   237 Park Ave
                  New York, NY 10017

FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016 Agenda

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:15-9:45 Keynote: You Know A Lot More About Corruption Than You Think You Know
9:45-10:30 The CCO’s Precarious Life: Balancing Risk, Reward, and Compliance
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:30 Who Do Compliance Officers Really Work For? The Company, The Public, Or The Feds?
11:30-12:15 The Coming Revolution In Enforcement And Compliance…….Is Now
12:15-13:15 Lunch / Introduction Of Scholarship Winners
13:15-13:45 The Other Side Of The Sting: Getting Stung
13:45-14:15 Why Do Bribe Takers Walk?
14:15-15:00 Talk Or Teeth: What Does Global Enforcement Really Mean?
15:00:15:30 Break
15:30-16:15 Brazil: Enforcement And Compliance Basket Case Or Success Story?
16:15-17:00 Can You Teach Anti-Corruption?
17:00 Cocktails And Post-Event Mixing

Click here to see Speaker Bios





As part of our goal and vision to broaden and challenge our thinking, we will award scholarships to up to eight attendees to cover their registration fees, with a travel and accommodation allowance.

Scholarship awards will be based on need and a proven interest in the topic. Applicants will submit short essays and bios. Likely scholarship recipients include students, journalists, public-sector professionals, and others.

Apply for a scholarship here

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