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Webinar: Old risks and the new normal
19 maj, 2020 | 14:00 - 15:00
Old risks and the new normal: thinking about anti-corruption and business ethics during the coronavirus crisis and beyond
19 May 2020
The spread of the coronavirus has brought with it unprecedented challenges and uncertainty.
For businesses large and small, priorities have shifted and the path forward leads deep into uncharted territory. At the same time, existing risks – such as those related to corruption and business integrity – continue to loom large and may even take on greater importance as corporate leaders look to the future. In this rapidly evolving risk landscape, many questions remain unanswered. How should businesses act to ensure their continued compliance? What are the primary risks to address and prioritize? What effect is the current situation having on international anti-corruption efforts? And what standards regarding business ethics and compliance are regulators demanding from businesses in this time when normal procedures might not be fully upheld?
To discuss these questions, the International Council of Swedish Industry (NIR) and Institutet Mot Mutor (IMM) have jointly arranged a webinar with guest speaker and anti-corruption expert José R. Hernandez.
José R. Hernandez is a respected leader, entrepreneur and professional advisor to global companies on addressing complex white-collar crime and regulatory matters. He is the founder and CEO of Ortus Strategies, a consulting firm that has advised leading companies in Europe and North America, including several in the Nordic region. A professional accountant, he was formerly a partner with PwC. He is the author of the book “Broken Business: Seven Steps to Reform Good Companies Gone Bad”.
Christine Bäckström, CEO of NIR will give opening remarks. The webinar will be moderated by IMM´s Secretary-General Natali Engstam Phalén and will be held in English.
If you are interested in joining the webinar, please register below before 15 May 2020. A link to the webinar will be sent out to those who have registered.