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FREE WEBINAR: 5 Tips on How to Make Your Compliance Program ISO 37001 Ready

Does your company already have an Anti-corruption or Anti-bribery program in place? Are you looking to benchmark or test your company’s compliance program? 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.

ISO 37001 Free Webinar

SESSION OUTLINEFree webinar April 4 4 PMFREE WEBINAR APRIL 4 9 AM

  • Introduction: Compliance Program and ISO 37001

  • Requirements placed by ISO 37001

  • Benefits of an ISO 37001 certification                                                                                                                                   

OBJECTIVES

  • To understand how ISO 37001 is aligned with Anti-corruption laws. 

  • Highlights of ISO 37001 requirements. 

AIMED AT

  • Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance Officers / Managers, Chief Financial Officers, 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.