5 Keys to an Effective Ethics and Compliance Program

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A robust ethics and compliance program is much more than just policies and documentation. Ethics and compliance must be ingrained in the company culture and fostered throughout a company’s processes and interactions.

In this webinar, Marc Tassé, an anti-corruption compliance expert, consultant, professor and speaker, outlines strategies for creating and maintaining a strong ethics and compliance program that will keep your company safe from corruption and associated risks.

The webinar covers:

  • Basic elements of every successful ethics and compliance program
  • The importance of training and follow-up
  • Advantages of ISO 37001 certification and how to get it
  • Instilling ethics from the top of the organization
  • Examples of what makes a compliance program effective

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Marc Tassé
Marc Tassé

Marc Tassé is a speaker, media commentator, and expert in the anti-corruption field. He teaches at the university level on white-collar crime, with topics ranging from market manipulation to money laundering, anti-corruption initiatives and the hidden costs of corruption.

He has consulted around the world, helping corporations investigate allegations of corruption, and has served as a litigation consultant working with attorneys representing shareholders in complex court cases involving allegations of improper financial reporting and economic crimes.

He is a Chartered Professional Accountant - Chartered Accountant (CPA, CA), a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA) (USA), and a Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA) (USA). He carries the designation Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) (USA) and holds a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA), as well as an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Ottawa.

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