Eric Feldman will represent AMI at the SCCE’s 2018 Compliance & Ethics Institute. He and Thomas Topolski, Senior VP and Business Development Director at Parsons, will be giving an Advanced Compliance Talk (Session 509) called “Decades to Build, Seconds to Destroy: Proactive Compliance On Your Own Terms to Avoid or Mitigate An Enforcement Action.” The session will take place Tuesday, October 23, from 11:00am – 12:00 pm at the Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here are some highlights from the talk:Learn how proactive assessment and remediation measures are less costly and more effective than more potentially restrictive compliance responses. Determine how company actions prior to, during, and after an ethical crisis can help determine the severity of fines, penalties and required remediation.
Join industry visionaries, leaders and experts to see how you can transform your organization and your career by connecting ethics to business performance. Eric Feldman will be a breakout speaker at the conference.
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In this 5-part series, Tom Fox, Eric Feldman, and Don Stern, and Rod Grandon explore how to go about assessing ethics and compliance in the mergers and acquisition (M&A) context. In this third episode Fox visits with Feldman about planning out a post-acquisition merger strategy. Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance Report.Share this post
In part 1 of this 5-part series on mergers and acquisitions, Eric Feldman and Tom Fox discuss the why’s, what’s and how’s of an independent assessment of a target. Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance Report.
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Day 1: Eric Feldman and Tom Fox introduce this 5-part series on the basics of corporate culture: What is a corporate ethics culture, and why does it matter? Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance Report
Day 2: Vin DiCianni and Tom Fox continue their 5-part series on corporate culture, in which they consider the factors that influence the ethical culture of a company, noting that communication is not simply an important leadership skill, but also a key component for an ethical culture. Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance Report
Day 3: Eric Feldman and Tom Fox continue this 5-part series on corporate culture. Their conversation centers around the role of a CCO in strengthening and driving the ethical culture of an organization.
In part 4 of this 5-part series on corporate culture, Eric Feldman and Tom Fox ask the question: How does a company asses its own ethical culture? Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance ReportShare this post
In part 3 of this 5-part series on corporate culture, Eric Feldman and Tom Fox have a conversation about the role of a CCO in strengthening and driving the ethical culture of an organization. Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance ReportShare this post
In part 1 of this 5-part series on corporate culture, Eric Feldman and Tom Fox introduce the basics: What is a corporate ethics culture, and why does it matter? Listen below, or on the FCPA Compliance ReportShare this post
In conjunction with the 5-part podcast series that Tom Fox is hosting with Eric Feldman and Vin DiCianni on corporate culture, Feldman joined Fox for a blog post to discuss how a company can assess its culture. “Ongoing monitoring and oversight is critical to being able to manage what is a very normal ebb and flow of the culture in an organization. Cultures are dependent on people and people come and go in companies and that can influence the culture. The market and financial stress can influence the culture and what happens within a company,” states Feldman. These are all things a company should track and monitor.
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Tom Fox interviews Vin DiCianni in the final episode of a five-part podcast series on corporate monitorships. Today, they consider the always controversial topic of monitorship costs and expenses.
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For our BINGE PODCAST LISTENERS… if you can’t get enough of Thomas Fox‘s 5 part monitor series, please follow the link below to iTunes and listen to all 5 back to back to back!
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