Join the top small and medium-sized manufacturers, exporters, importers, wholesalers, logistics companies and supply-chain management firms from across the globe for the opportunity to exchange and share best practices and lessons they have learned that have contributed to their success. This forum serves as a premiere event for companies focused on import, export and international trade.
The program will be addressed by government agencies, trade experts and renowned practitioners and will offer updated information in the respective areas as well as providing a platform of experience sharing and networking by the participants. The program will be highly interactive and is conducted with C-level executives exclusively.learn more
Each October in London, the American Bar Association brings together topflight legal practitioners from across the globe tackle topics such as international money laundering and sanctions, cross-border evidentiary concerns, international internal investigations, and fraud and bribery cases.
AMI president Vin DiCianni will be in attendance.
This year, AMI is among the sponsors for the 2019 conference hosted by the National Association of Former United States Attorneys. The event will be held September 25–27 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco. AMI President Vin DiCianni will be in attendance along with Don Stern, Managing Director of Corporate Monitoring & Consulting Services.
The 2019 Annual Meeting breakfast will bring together Boston Bar members, their friends & colleagues, and leaders from area non-profits, government agencies, corporations, and a variety of professional sectors throughout the Commonwealth. The BBA Annual Meeting will be a morning of important and insightful discussion on the history of housing and segregation in 20th-century America.
Join us for this thought-provoking conversation as keynote speaker Richard Rothstein talks about his 2017 book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America. He’ll discuss how decades of local, state, and federal housing policies that mandated segregation created a racial and cultural divide, and continue to have enormous and lasting impacts on American society today.
AMI will be among this year’s sponsors, and President Vin DiCianni will be in attendance.
Houston we don’t have a problem… we do have a roundtable!
Affiliated Monitors, Inc. Vincent DiCianni + Eric Feldman CFE, CIG, CCEP-I will join Houston’s resident Compliance Evangelist Thomas Fox for a Compliance Roundtable on Updated DOJ Evaluations of Corporate Compliance Programs.
July 22nd from 4:30 – 6:00 PM at Goode Company Seafood.
Questions and RSVP to email@example.com
Join Affiliated Monitors’ Vin DiCianni, Eric Feldman, and Tom Fox, The Compliance Evangelist for a
Updated DOJ Evaluations of Corporate Compliance Programs: What’s New?
Date: June 13, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Location: Post 390 / 406 Stuart Street / Boston, MA 02116
The FSMB Annual Meeting is the premiere educational and networking event for the nation’s medical regulatory community. The three-day event brings together health care leaders to discuss current challenges and innovative ideas that will help shape the future of medical regulation.
This three-day intensive program brings together national experts in the field of medical licensure and discipline to discuss current and future challenges facing medical regulators.
Vin DiCianni is presenting a breakfast program at the Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce on April 16 in New York City. Affiliated Monitors works with many multinational companies in helping them strengthen their Ethics and Compliance Program. In addition, AMI has gained valuable experience on Ethics and Compliance Programs in the Anti-corruption space through our work as an independent monitor. The program at the Spain-U.S. Chamber will focus on:
“Trends in Compliance from Multinationals.” Some of the topics DiCianni will address include:Compliance and Ethics programs and cultures are increasingly becoming a focus of investigators and prosecutors when looking at corruption, fraud, white collar and other behaviors. Strong Ethics and Compliance Programs and cultures are achievable with focus on the key areas of education, detection and internal remediation of corporate behaviors.