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FREE WEBINAR: 5 Tips on How to Build an ISO 37001 Based Compliance Program

When you are assigned responsibility to implement your company’s Anti-corruption or Anti-Bribery policy, where do you start? What do adequate procedures mean? The ISO 37001 (Anti-Bribery Management System) supports your company in implementing an effective compliance program. This international standard can be applied in any company, anywhere in the world.

SESSION OUTLINE

  • Introduction: Elements of ISO 37001
  • Understanding the objectives of each element and the process for implementation
  • Benefits of an ISO 37001 certification             

OBJECTIVES

  • To understand elements of ISO 37001 
  • To understand how ISO 37001 interfaces with your company’s governance system
  • To understand what is required to put in place an ISO 37001 based compliance program

AIMED AT

  • Compliance professionals that are new to Anti-bribery, Managers, Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance Officers / Managers, CFO, Chief Legal Counsels
  • Anyone with Anti-corruption responsibilities or Oversight

This webinar is led by Eileen Berntsson, Anti-Bribery specialist consultant at Bureau Veritas. She possesses more than 20 years of experience in ISO compliance, risk management, supply chain risk and compliance, auditing and implementing compliance programs.

 

DURATION: 1 HOUR

 

Eileen BerntssonABOUT THE SPEAKER

Eileen Berntsson is TASA: TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accredited TASA and a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional. She is also IRCA certified Lead Auditor for quality and does audits in Environment, Occupational Health and Safety, SA8000 and Anti-bribery.
Eileen has hands-on experience in implementing risk-based supplier due diligence, identification of potential inappropriate payments and implementation of programs in anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and anti-trust law.

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