July 27, 2023 | Webinars
Bart M. Schwartz and Robert Roach will lead a though-provoking webinar with practical tips for creating a strong culture of ethics and compliance; a review of the latest expectations of the US Department of Justice and other federal agencies on establishing and implementing effective ethics and compliance programs; and information on how to use compliance maturity models.… Read More
July 12, 2023 | Webinars
Christine Schleppegrell, a former senior counsel with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, and Eric Young, will discuss the cost of ethical and compliance failures and the regulators’ perspective on such events. Their presentation, “Self-Reporting and Self-Disclosure: A Case Study of How ABB Handled the Forced Choice No Board Member Wants to Encounter,” will include a case study of how ABB handled the difficult choice many boards face – do we self-report or not – a situation no board … Read More
June 7, 2023 | Webinars
In conjunction with Shin & Kim LLC, Guidepost will present a webinar to address the challenging situations Korean companies face as a result of the financing they received from the World Bank Group and its affiliated multilateral development banks during the Covid pandemic. Chris Kim will join the panel which will cover what these companies need to know about these investigations, how to prepare for them, and how to respond when under investigation.… Read More
January 31, 2023 | Webinars
Julie Myers Wood will join the panel for The National Security Institute’s next event in its Crypto & National Security series. Topics include the the role of the dollar in U.S. national security and its relation to the state of global currency competition; broad crypto adoption, or strict regulation; how the lack of a digital dollar in the United States favors private digital currencies for investment value or/and buying power; and the role crypto plays the in U.S.-China competition.