Tuesday 6th October, 2015
9:00am to 4:00pm
Why You Should Attend
Get an update on enforcement trends and new legislation so you know where to focus your efforts and resources
Have meaningful discussions with your peers at our two sets of break-out roundtables, Q&A sessions, panel discussions and debates
Share approaches to minimising the risk from conflicting USA/EU legislation with other counsel from major multinationals
Keep up-to-date with work while you’re at the summit through our Delegate Time Out Zone: plug in and connect to WIFI during your selected downtime within your tailored programme
This timely conference brings together state regulators, in-house counsel and investigative experts to discuss how to minimise liability, maximise compliance and manage the risk – and expense –associated with global investigations.
The stakes are higher than ever. Join us in London on 6th - 8th October 2015.
Key Topics to be Addressed at GIS 2015:
Trends in global investigations: what will enforcement bodies focus on in the next 12 months?
Executing the sanctions piece in the face of new rules around ISIS and malicious cyber activity
New legislation including: the Senior Managers Regime (SMR) and EU General Data Protection Regulations
Case studies from companies that have recently undergone investigations: what did they learn from the process?
Maintaining privilege and protection of information during a multijurisdictional investigation
The enemy within: mitigating the risk of non-compliant staff behaviour and protecting the whistleblower management process
Your choice of three different breakout roundtable themes:
1. New Financial Conduct Regulations
2. Global hotspots
3. Competition law, compliance and investigations
Inhouse Legal Teams GBP From £899+VAT / Early Bird rates available
Law Firms GBP From £1649/Early Bird rates available
Simon Scales, Head of Investigations (EMEA) – Business Integrity, BP; Lilian Small, Solicitor - Litigation, Investigation & Enforcement Team, Barclays; John Upton, Legal Counsel (Audits and Investigations), Baker Hughes and more
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