ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations (VIRTUAL)

16 - 17 Mar, 2021


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ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations

Virtual: 16 - 17 March 2021
3:00pm to 6:30pm (Singapore/Hong Kong/China Time) GMT +8
12:30pm to 4:00pm (India Time) GMT+5.5 
11:00am to 2:30pm (UAE Time) GMT+4

Delivered Via Webinar


As fraud cases, money laundering incidents and other commercial crimes are on the rise due to increasing digital commerce activities, this has led to greater regulatory scrutiny and enforcement of such corporate misconducts across the world. If mishandled, the situation can deteriorate quickly and cause significant damage to businesses.

Regardless of what your role is in legal or compliance, immediate steps need to be taken to safeguard your business and mitigate any further financial loss or reputational damages. This includes having to conduct workplace investigations to assess the situation and to help organizations manage the concerns of all relevant stakeholders.

This workshop will teach participants to planning internal investigations, acquire hands-on techniques to gather facts and evidence and tips for conducting interviews while also leveraging on advanced forensic technologies and data visualization tools to become better investigators.

Who Should Attend
  • Ethics & Compliance Officers
  • General Counsels
  • GRC, Legal & Compliance Professionals 
  • Fraud Investigators
  • “C” Suite Executives
  • Chartered Accountants and Auditors
  • Company Secretaries
  • Corporate Governance
  • Head of Vigilance
  • Private Practice Lawyers
  • Accounting & Consulting Firms

Workshop Agenda

 16 March
  • Introduction and ice breaker
Setting the Context
  • Key global and local updates regarding compliance, regulations and frauds
  • Impacts of pandemic on ethics and fraud
  1. Let’s take stock, has the ethical landscape changed during the pandemic
  2. New kids on the block – New and unique types of frauds that emerged during the pandemic
  3. Case Studies
Conducting Internal Investigations
  • Types of investigations
  • How to conduct a successful internal investigation
LunchEnd of Day 1
- 6:00pm
 17 March
Conducting Internal Investigations (continued)
  • Leveraging on technologies for investigations
  1. Forensic Data Analytics
  2. eDiscovery
  3. Case Studies
  • Data privacy – Are we taking “privacy” for granted?
  • Interviews and reporting
  • Common challenges and pitfalls
Need for an Integrity Agenda
  • How a robust Integrity Agenda, supported by data insights, can help companies to emerge from the evolving fraud risk landscape
Knowledge Assessment
  • Assessing delegates knowledge on the topics discussed

Delegate Pricing (Including GST) - 16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)

 Before GSTAfter GST
Early Bird Rate (Ends 19 February)USD700USD749 
Standard RateUSD800USD856
Group ​Booking: ​SAVE ​AN ​ADDITIONAL ​20%. ​ ​Register ​five ​participants ​from ​your ​organisation ​and ​the ​5th ​person ​attends ​for ​free. 

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