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  • Upcoming seminars

    Published Thursday, February 19, 2015


    150320 The brave managers and leaders of the future

    - What are the requests of the leaders of tomorrow? What requirements can be put on a manager? And what type of leadership is required to run an organization based on the ethical demands of private and public organisations?

    Participants:

    Fredrik Wersäll, President, Svea Court of Appeal

    Johan Karlström, Chief executive officer, Skanska

    Birgitta Björk, SeniorConsultant, Betula Utveckling

    Moderator for the seminar, Helena Sundén, Secretary General, IMM.

     

    Date: 20th of March 2015
    Breakfast and registration: 07.30-08.00
    Seminar: 08.00-09.30

    Venue: The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm

    To register send an email to: info@institutetmotmutor.se



    FCPA and the Swedish Anti-Bribery Legislation

    (The seminar is held in English)

    What is required of companies based on the FCPA and how does the Swedish Anti-Bribery legislation relate to the US legislation?

    The seminar is aimed to those who want to know more about how the American legislation relates to Swedish legislation and how the practical issues should be handled based on the two legislations.
    The seminar combines theory with practical exercises.

    The speakers are;
    Natalia Stenbrink, Senior Counsel, CA Technologies
    Helena Sundén, Secretary General, IMM


    Date: 29th of April, 2015
    Time: 09:00 - 12:00
    Venue: The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm


    To register, send an email to: info@institutetmotmutor.se


     

  • New decisions by the IMM Ethics Committe

    Published Friday, January 30, 2015

    Three new decisions by the IMM Ethics Committe has now been published.

    Summary of English decision 2015.1
    Summary of English decision 2015.2
    Summary of English decision 2015.3


  • Debate article - Corruption damages trust

    Published Wednesday, January 28, 2015

    Helena Sundén, Secretary-General of IMM, writes of the importance of fighting corruption to maintain the trust of the Swedish public system as well as Swedish businesses.

     

    Link to article in Svenska Dagbladet in Swedish



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