Understanding Anti-Corruption and Bribery Issues:
Implementing an Effective Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery Program
||07 Dec 2018 (Fri)
||9.00am - 12.30pm
||Training Room , SBF Center,
160, Robinson Road, #06-01, Singapore 068914
|Fee per pax
(inclusive of GST)
-Upon completion of the workshop, the participant will be granted an attendance certificate.
Corruption and bribery are major obstacles to the development and successful operation of an organisation. Implementing robust measures against bribery and corruption continues to be a priority for companies internationally. It is also of great importance that organisations put in place and review their anti-corruption and anti-bribery policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
This half-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the principal issues relating to the prevention of bribery and corruption. Join us to acquire the knowledge, skills and techniques you need to help your organisation develop an effective Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption (ABAC) program.
What you will gain from this seminar:
- Understand about the different regulations, standards and frameworks on corruption
- Learn to conduct a corruption risk assessment
- Acquire the knowledge and skills to design and implement an effective ABAC program
- Learn to effectively monitor and improve the ABAC program
- Find out how to respond to corruption allegations
1. Regulations, standards and frameworks on corruption
- US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- UK Bribery Act (2010)
- Singapore Prevention of Corruption Act
2. Conducting a corruption risk assessment
- Corruption risk identification
- Assessment of incentives, pressures, and opportunities for occurrence of corruption
- Assessment of likelihood and significance of each potential corruption risk
- Developing a corruption risk register
3. Designing and implementing the ABAC program
- Corporate anti-corruption policy
- Anti-corruption compliance and awareness training
- Policies for third parties
- Practical considerations
4. Monitoring the ABAC program
- Elements of an effective anti-corruption compliance review program
- Periodic re-assessment of corruption risk
5. Responding to corruption allegations
- Factors to consider for an effective and detailed investigation
- Voluntary disclosure
6. Case studies discussion
*Programme information is accurate at the time of print
This workshop is ideally designed for designed for management and executive staff who play a part in implementing or executing internal controls. Including senior management, compliance, risk and internal controls professionals.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
The trainer specialising in coaching, consulting and training on business risk management and fraud awareness has also worked with the Big Four accounting firms, multinational corporations and local companies in Hong Kong and Singapore for over 10 years.
During the career with PricewaterhouseCoopers Hong Kong, the trainer has conducted various training programmes on corporate governance, internal controls and anti-fraud to the directors of companies listed in Hong Kong. The trainer has also been extensively involved in risk management, internal control, internal audit and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance projects in Asia Pacific.
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