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Cross Border Compliance Risks and Opportunities in Today’s Enforcement Environment Sponsored by the New York Chapter
Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST
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 New York Chapter Online Event

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
5:00 PM EST 
Register Today!

Cross Border Compliance Risks and Opportunities
in Today’s Enforcement Environment

The Biden Administration and its international counterparts have demonstrated a clear desire to increase criminal and civil enforcement activity. As a result, multinational corporations and senior executives face increased regulatory exposure and risk in connection with investigations by the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and other regulators. Improved cooperation among international regulators has resulted in the real-time exchange of information and additional risk for those engaged in cross-border activity.

In this session, we will discuss compliance opportunities and risks in this environment, including how businesses can position themselves to mitigate enforcement risk and gain market share as result. Experienced counsel will discuss investigation, compliance, and enforcement risk in hot-button areas, such as:

•Anti-Corruption and Bribery, including The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
•Anti-Money Laundering and Economic Sanctions
•Accounting and Securities Fraud
•Data Privacy and its effect on cross-border investigations
•ESG compliance and investigative risk

Speaker: William P. Barry | Member, Miller & Chevalier

William Barry is a trusted advisor to governments, boards of directors, foreign trustees, multinational companies, and senior officers involved in cross-border business and the financial services industry. Mr. Barry helps solve complex problems involving multi-jurisdictional investigations, enforcement, compliance, and transactional issues so that his clients can overcome obstacles and resume focus on their business. He works with clients to address individual risks and to build credible, flexible, and sustainable compliance infrastructure consistent with ESG standards. Chambers USA has described Mr. Barry as "the kind of person that everyone in the boardroom listens to" and noted he is "a very thorough thinker, very calm, and is the ideal ambassador for corporations when dealing with government agencies."  

All IERG members and Invited Guests are welcome to attend the New York Chapter Event, but all must register.

 


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