New ISO 37001 for Anti-Bribery Management: Leveraging Certification, Understanding Pros and Cons of the New Standard
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar is designed to prepare counsel of companies doing business internationally to understand the new anti-bribery management standard, ISO 37001. The panel will examine certification under ISO 37001 and its potential benefits and shortcomings.
- ISO standard 37001
- What is ISO?
- Origins and discussions of the Standard
- Key requirements
- Potential benefits and shortcomings
- Latin America
- Points of attention
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How can companies leverage an ISO 37001 certification when doing business throughout the world?
- How does certification under the new standard impact the prosecution of anti-corruption charges, including calculation of penalties?
- What are the benefits and limitations of ISO 37001 when dealing with the U.S. enforcement authorities? When dealing with civil law countries such as many in Latin America? When dealing with the U.K. Serious Fraud Office and its assessment of "adequate procedures" under the U.K. Bribery Act?
Mr. Ayres handles criminal law matters with a focus on compliance issues, conventions against corruption, FCPA and... | Read More
Mr. Ayres handles criminal law matters with a focus on compliance issues, conventions against corruption, FCPA and money laundering. He has participated in internal investigations in Latin America and the U.S. for Fortune 500 companies. He also prepares and reviews compliance programs and conducts training on compliance and anti-corruption issues.Close
James G. Tillen
Miller & Chevalier
Mr. Tillen has significant experience with every facet of an FCPA enforcement matter, including developing work... | Read More
Mr. Tillen has significant experience with every facet of an FCPA enforcement matter, including developing work plans for internal investigations, conducting internal investigations, developing remediation strategies, drafting voluntary disclosures, negotiating resolutions, developing strategies for collateral issues, selecting independent monitors, and interfacing with monitors.Close
Chief Executive Officer
The Risk Advisory Group
Mr. Waite trained as a barrister and practiced at the criminal bar of England and Wales. He later joined the UK’s... | Read More
Mr. Waite trained as a barrister and practiced at the criminal bar of England and Wales. He later joined the UK’s Serious Fraud Office as a prosecuting counsel before moving into the private investigation and fraud advisory sector in 1995. He was a founder of Risk Advisory and is a sought-after commentator on anti-corruption legislation and enforcement. He was among the group selected to help draft the ISO standard.Close