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For the 18th year, this Forum will bring together those who are responsible for the ethics, compliance or business conduct programmes within their organisations. Participants share with their peers practical information and experiences relating to current best practices and explore together some of the problems that are raised in doing business ethically around the globe.

The meeting follows from the last Forum held in London in February 2020. It is an invaluable opportunity to network with a broad peer group of corporate managers working in this field around the world. This year we will be hosting EBEF 2021 online .

Attendance is for those responsible (whether leading or a member of the team) for ethics, compliance and corporate responsibility within organisations with over 100 employees.

9:00 AM EST / 14:00 GMT/ 15:00 CET

P1: Plenary Session
Building Successful Board Training Programs Under Monitorship: Is your program effective?

Led by Vincent L. DiCianni and Eric R. Feldman

Increasingly, independent compliance monitors are brought in to corporations, either voluntarily or as a condition of settlement in an enforcement matter. The scope of a monitorship can be wide-reaching, ranging from reviews of specific compliance practices to oversight of board education. An effective company/monitor relationship can result in stronger internal systems to prevent and detect misconduct. – What are the qualities of an effective monitor relationship? – What does it take to become an effective monitor and earn the trust of both the regulators and the regulated? – What do monitors consider to be effective Board training programs on E&C? Hear from two highly-regarded professionals who have served as monitors to organizations in a wide variety of contexts.