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Integrating Ethics and Compliance Risks into your Enterprise Risk Management Program

Instructor: Andrea Bonime Blanc
Product ID: 702986
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will provide attendees the tools and tips to integrate ethics and compliance risk into an organization’s risk management program. It will explain the role and importance of integrating such ethics and compliance risks into an organization’s overall enterprise risk management framework.

Why Should You Attend:

The creation of ethics and compliance risk management and integration of it into the larger enterprise risk management program of an organization is a critically important and fundamental component of not only an effective ethics and compliance program under the law and good business practice, but also an efficient and profitable business. Moreover, properly accounting for your ethics and compliance risks has become a business necessity demanded not only by executive management but more importantly, the board of directors. Government agencies and regulators around the world are demanding proper organizational risk management with ethics and compliance issues at the top of their lists.

This webinar will provide attendees with a framework for understanding how best to:

  1. evaluate their organization’s ethics and compliance risks, risk management and periodic risk assessment requirements.
  2. integrate such risks and risk management into their organization’s overall ERM framework – whether they are a for-profit, non-profit, academic or a governmental institution.

Too often, ethics and compliance risks are not properly identified, addressed or mitigated, and at other times they exist in a silo that is not properly connected to other essential parts of the organization. Sometimes these risks are connected to the larger ERM system but not addressed effectively. This webinar will provide practitioners with strategies, tools and tactics to properly identify and address ethics and compliance risks within an integrated and effective enterprise risk management program. Alternatively, if an organization does not have a holistic enterprise risk management system yet, and the ethics and compliance risk management program is leading the effort, the webinar will provide tips on how the ethics and compliance practitioners can help jump-start a more holistic approach to risk management within the organization.

Learning Objectives:

The instructor will share several resources with the participants including:

  • Creating an effective ERM program from scratch
  • Integrating your ethics and compliance risks into your overall ERM program
  • Cases relevant to creating an effective ethics and compliance risk management program
  • The United States Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission FCPA Resource Guide
  • Converting risk into opportunity and competitive advantage

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Legal, regulatory and best practice framework for ethics and compliance risk management
  • Examples and consequences of ethics and compliance risk
  • How ethics and compliance risk management fits into the larger enterprise risk management framework
  • What executive management and the board expect
  • How to create an enterprise risk management program including ethics and compliance from scratch
  • Making the business case for the integration of ethics and compliance risks into enterprise risk management
  • The hidden opportunities and competitive advantage embedded in effective risk management

Who will Benefit:

  • General Counsels, Chief Legal Officers, Divisional Counsels, Regional Counsels/li>
  • Business heads, mid-level management
  • Board directors – for profits and non-profits
  • Chief Ethics & Compliance Officers and their staff
  • Risk Officers and their staff
  • Chief Audit Executives and Internal Auditors
  • Operational Risk Managers
  • CFOs, accounting & Finance personnel

Instructor Profile:

Dr. Andrea Bonime-Blanc , is founder and CEO of GEC Risk Advisory LLC (www.GECRisk.com), a firm that provides strategic and management consulting services in governance, risk, ethics, compliance and corporate responsibility to boards, executives, investors and advisors. Ms. Bonime-Blanc has almost two decades of executive legal, governance, compliance, risk, internal audit and corporate responsibility experience in global private, public, established and start-up companies in technology, media, infrastructure, utility, manufacturing and professional services. She is expert in anti-bribery/corruption, anti-fraud, compliance structures and programs, information security, ERM, investigations, whistleblower protection, crisis management, CSR, ISO strategy and training and communications.

She was founding chief ethics & compliance officer for Bertelsmann, where she established and launched the global ethics and compliance program for 100,000 employees in 600 businesses in 60 countries. Most recently, she served as SVP, Global Corporate Responsibility & Risk Management for Verint Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: VRNT), a “big data” technology company where she was responsible for five global functions: ethics and compliance, internal audit, information security, enterprise risk management and corporate responsibility. Earlier in her career, she was general counsel and head of compliance, external relations, strategic communications and environmental, health & safety for the global division of PSEG (NYSE:PEG), a leading U.S. energy and utility company. She started her career at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP where she specialized in international project finance.

She is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Ethical Corporation Magazine where she writes The GlobalEthicist monthly column. She is an independent director member of the NACD and Chair Emeritus of the Board of Directors of the Ethics & Compliance Officer Association. She has written and edited many articles and books and is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She holds a Joint J.D. in Law and PhD in Political Science from Columbia University.

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