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Countering Corruption – What Does ISO 37001 Mean for Anti-Bribery Risk Management

September 13, 2016
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST

  • Summary
  • Self-Study Course
Corruption and bribery take away more than just money and tangible goods from organizations. They undermine the trust that present and future customers and stakeholders place upon companies with whom they do business.

Join our panel of professionals for the latest BDO Knowledge Webinar Series program, “Countering Corruption – What Does ISO 37001 Mean for Anti-Bribery Risk Management” where they will discuss: 
  • How an organization can efficiently design and implement the framework;
  • The role of top management and the board of directors;
  • What is "reasonable and proportionate" to a specific organization 
Self-Study Course:
If you missed the live webcast, you may access a CPE worthy self-study course by clicking on the following link.

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Learning Objectives:
  • Effectively implement the standards within their existing management processes & controls
  • Leverage the ISO 37001 framework to mitigate risk in light of declining internal resources
  • Use periodic monitoring to identify & control risks & compliance issues

CPE Certificates: Continuing Professional Education credit is available for those who have registered for and participated for the entire webinar (including being logged in for the duration of the webinar and being responsive to all polling questions).
Delivery: Self-Study
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.0 CPE credit in the field of Specialized Knowledge
Program Level: Overview
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