This webcast aired on November 19, 2020.
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Organizations across the globe are exposed to fraud, corruption, and sanctions violations risks. Accounts payable, procurement, and travel and expense-management processes are common channels to route frauds making organizations susceptible to regulatory penalties, reputational damage, financial loss, and even prosecution.
To deal with the anticipated spike in frauds in the wake of the pandemic, US and European regulators have released guidance notes on how businesses should manage their compliance programs. A one-off snapshot of an organization’s circumstances is not enough, especially today. Your program must be dynamic and evolve with rapidly changing conditions, and digital technologies play a pivotal role in generating the visibility and predictive insights you need to stay ahead of issues.
Join our panel of experts to reach higher levels of compliance and avoid potential fraud scenarios:
- Deconstruct the recent regulatory guidance on adequately resourced and empowered compliance functions
- Gain a clear picture of disbursement-related fraud that can put your business at risk and how deep domain expertise can help prevent them
- Understand how digital technologies, such as AI, can monitor 100% of your payments to avoid corruption and fraud risks
- Subhashis Nath, Head of Enterprise Risk and Compliance, Genpact
- Richard Masci, Head of financial system services, Airbus America
- Anu Priy Vij, Compliance as a Service Leader, Genpact
- Anna Romberg, Executive VP – Legal and Compliance, Getinge
- Jill Rennie Stillman, Associate General Counsel, Litigation and Compliance, Genpact