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Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Management – Training e-Session #6 Program Design
January 27, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDTCAD $75
Once you have determined that your company and its leadership are fully committed to anti-corruption compliance and to establishing and maintaining a truly ethical culture, both in word and deed, the next step is to build a compliance structure that satisfies that commitment, while effectively addressing the risks identified. There is no single ‘right’ way to structure this compliance program, although there are some basic rules that could be followed.
In this webinar, you will hear from subject matter experts, Brady and Boscariol of McCarthy Tetrault, who will be discussing a number of structural options for setting up an effective anti-corruption compliance program, as well as challenges to be aware of and pitfalls to avoid.
The instructors will also discuss why the chosen structure will go to great lengths to establish overall due diligence, as well as cultivating the desired relationship with various global regulators.
Join us for this exclusive training e-session on January 27, 2017 and listen to Brady and Boscariol share personal experiences and insights on this complex topic. Participants can ask questions directly to the instructor through a Q&A at the end of the e-session.
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If you wish to register for the entire Certificate Program which constitutes all 9 e-sessions of this series, please register on our Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Management page.
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John W. Boscariol
Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
John W. Boscariol is head of the firm’s International Trade & Investment Law Group and a partner in the Litigation Group. His practice focuses on investigations, enforcement and compliance matters regarding anti-corruption laws and policies, economic sanctions and trade embargoes, export, import and technology transfer controls, defence trade controls, blocking measures (Cuba), and national security measures. He has developed a recognized expertise in advising on the intersection of these Canadian anti-corruption and trade controls measures with those of the United States, European Union and other jurisdictions. John is also a member of the Adjunct Faculty of the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law where he designed and currently teaches Anticorruption Law and its Application in International Business, one of the first courses of its kind to be offered in a Canadian law school.
Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Peter Brady is a partner at McCarthy Tetrault in the Litigation and Mining Groups and co-head of the firm’s National Environmental, Regulatory & Aboriginal Group. He brings vast experience in Environmental law, extractive industry projects, occupational health and safety law, and anti-corruption compliance to McCarthy Tétrault.
Mr. Brady has rejoined the partnership in 2014 after 7 years as Deputy General Counsel with a global legal mandate for a multi-national mining company that included Anti-Corruption compliance.
Mr. Brady advises and represents clients in all legal aspects of regulatory litigation, with particular emphasis in the areas of environmental law, occupational health & safety law and mining law. He also has extensive experience in anti-corruption compliance, investigations, and due diligence for transactions involving (Canada, Indonesia, China, USA, South America and Africa).
He was called to the British Columbia bar in 1997, and to the Ontario bar in 1999. After completing his legal studies in Ontario, Mr. Brady served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Allan McEachern of the British Columbia Court of Appeal (1996-1997).
About the GCNC Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Management
This is the 6th training e-session for our Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Management. There are in total 9 e-sessions in the training program, and you can view the e-sessions separately or complete all 9 e-sessions to obtain a Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Management.Learn More