White-collar crime: how to handle a crisis and scandal-proof your organisation

Thorough risk assessment is the foundation of adequate, proportionate and efficient mitigation and prevention measures against financial crime risks.

No business operates in a risk-free world, and things happen. A whistleblowing allegation, a regulatory investigation or a dawn raid can all be complex situations to navigate. When a risk materialises, planning and preparedness will be critical in stopping the issue from significantly impacting your organisation (financially, reputationally and criminally).

Arendt Seminar

Wednesday
Oct 26, 2022
9:30 AM

To

Wednesday
Oct 26, 2022
1:30 PM
Where ?
41a, boulevard J.F. Kennedy, L-2082 Luxembourg

Thorough risk assessment is the foundation of adequate, proportionate and efficient mitigation and prevention measures against financial crime risks.

No business operates in a risk-free world, and things happen. A whistleblowing allegation, a regulatory investigation or a dawn raid can all be complex situations to navigate. When a risk materialises, planning and preparedness will be critical in stopping the issue from significantly impacting your organisation (financially, reputationally and criminally).

What are the best practices, the best approaches, and the best tools and expertise you should use to ensure you will ensure the continuity of your business?

Our experts, Philippe Dupont (Partner, Banking & Financial Services; Finance & Capital Markets), Glenn Meyer (Partner, Banking & Financial Services), Sandrine Périot (Partner, Arendt Regulatory & Consulting), Jean-Luc Putz (Partner, Business Crime; Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits), Ari Gudmannsson (Of Counsel, Business Crime) and Stéphanie Lhomme (Head of Forensic Investigations, Arendt Regulatory & Consulting) are delighted to invite you to a morning discussion followed by a networking lunch on 26 October 2022 at Arendt House to discuss milestones for a scandal-proof organisation on the risk journey we all must travel.

Agenda:

Introduction - The factors and failings that lead to investigations

Part I - Regulatory scrutiny

Part II - The investigation journey

Q&A and conclusion

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