Evaluating Corporate Ethics And Compliance Programs: Lessons From The Trenches
U.S. enforcement agencies continue to emphasize the importance of developing and maintaining robust and comprehensive corporate ethics and compliance programs, as evidenced by the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines, as well as DOJ and SEC guidance documents. In addition, institutional investors and investor watchdog groups regularly monitor the adequacy of corporate compliance programs, often asking whether companies are regularly assessing their programs.
Under this spotlight, corporate counsel of companies of all sizes must help ensure that the effectiveness of their ethics and compliance programs is continuously monitored and assessed, both for the health of the organization and also to minimize the risk of government investigations and penalties. An effective evaluation will help companies reduce the likelihood of future legal and ethical violations, mitigate loss when violations occur, and determine how to focus their compliance resources going forward.
Listen as our authoritative panel discusses best practices for corporate counsel, working with their ethics and compliance teams, for evaluating their companies’ corporate ethics and compliance programs, including the development of metrics, implementation of an assessment strategy, and adjustment of future compliance priorities based on assessment findings.
- Elements of an effective ethics and compliance program
- Evaluating compliance programs
- Developing metrics to assess program effectiveness
- Identifying and addressing weaknesses
- Re-establishing compliance priorities based on findings
- Leveraging effective ethics and compliance programs in government investigations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the benefits of evaluating your company’s ethics and compliance program?
- What are the best practices for developing and implementing metrics to measure the effectiveness of compliance programs?
- What are the best practices for responding to evaluation findings?
- How to avoid some of the most frequent missteps in program evaluations.
- How can evaluation findings be used to determine future compliance priorities?
- How can corporate counsel help companies leverage their effective ethics and compliance programs when facing a government investigation?
Patrick J. Gnazzo, Principal
Better Business Practices, McLean, Va.
Mr. Gnazzo is an accomplished attorney and senior level executive offering more than thirty-five years of professional achievement, with the most recent fifteen years as the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for two world class technology-oriented Fortune 500 Corporations. He has expertise in the areas of corporate ethics, compliance and employee reporting programs for domestic and international organizations.
Judith Nocito, Senior Advisor
Compliance Strategists, Pittsburgh
Ms. Nocito specializes exclusively in organizational compliance and ethics solutions for a wide spectrum of private, public, governmental, academic and nonprofit entities. Ms. Nocito is the former Director of Global Compliance for a large Fortune 500 company where she developed, implemented and enhanced critical elements of compliance and ethics programs, working with the businesses and resource units to embed them in all aspects of the company’s operations.
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