ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations


Date:                   16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)
                            24 March 2021 (Live)



Time:                  3:00pm to 6.30pm GMT +8 (Virtual)
                           12:30pm to 4:00pm GMT+5.5 (Virtual)
                           11:00am to 2:30pm GMT+4 (Virtual)


                            9:00am to 5:00pm GMT +8 (Live)


Venue/Format:   Delivered via 2 Part Webinar (Virtual)
                            TBC, Singapore (Live)

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Overview


As fraud cases, money laundering incidents and other commercial crimes are on the rise due to increasing digital commerce activities, this has led to greater regulatory scrutiny and enforcement of such corporate misconducts across the world. If mishandled, the situation can deteriorate quickly and cause significant damage to businesses.

Regardless of what your role is in legal or compliance or audit, immediate steps need to be taken to safeguard your business and mitigate any further financial loss or reputational damages. This includes having to conduct workplace investigations to assess the situation and to help organizations manage the concerns of all relevant stakeholders.

This workshop will help participants understand how to plan internal investigations, acquire hands-on techniques to gather facts and evidence using advanced forensic technologies, including adoption of digital forensics, electronic discovery and forensic data analytics. The session will also provide tips for conducting interviews to become better investigators. 

Just having a reactive approach doesn’t really help organizations. The workshop will also discuss the key elements – including relevant and effective governance, a supportive corporate culture and robust compliance controls - that are needed to embed a culture of integrity into the core of organizations, and the various stake holders role in entrenching these elements in the business.



Who Should Attend

  • Ethics & Compliance Officers
  • General Counsels
  • CLO (Chief Legal Officer)
  • Head Of Legal, VP Legal, Head Of Compliance, Legal Director, GM (Legal)
  • GRC, Legal & Compliance Professionals 
  • Fraud Investigators
  • “C” Suite Executives
  • Chartered Accountants and Auditors
  • Company Secretaries
  • Corporate Governance
  • Head of Vigilance
  • Private Practice Lawyers
  • Accounting & Consulting Firms

ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations
 

Date:                   16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)
                            24 March 2021 (Live)



Time:                  3:00pm to 6.30pm GMT +8 (Virtual)
                           12:30pm to 4:00pm GMT+5.5 (Virtual)
                           11:00am to 2:30pm GMT+4 (Virtual)


                            9:00am to 5:00pm GMT +8 (Live)


Venue/Format:   Delivered via 2 Part Webinar (Virtual)
                            TBC, Singapore (Live)

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Topic

Details

Schedule (GMT+8)

 

16 March

24 March

Introduction 

  • Introduction and ice breaker

3:00pm

9:00am

Setting the Context

 

 

  • Key global and local updates regarding compliance, regulations and frauds
  • Impacts of pandemic on ethics and fraud
  1. Let’s take stock, has the ethical landscape changed during the pandemic
  2. New kids on the block – New and unique types of frauds that emerged during the pandemic
  3. Case Studies

3:10pm

9:10am

Break

5:10pm

11:10am

Conducting Internal Investigations

  • Types of investigations
  • How to conduct a successful internal investigation

5:25pm

11:40am

Lunch

End of Day 1

- 6:00pm

12:10pm

 

17 March

24 March

Conducting Internal Investigations (continued)

 

 

  • Leveraging on technologies for investigations
  1. Forensic Data Analytics
  2. eDiscovery
  3. Case Studies
  • Data privacy – Are we taking “privacy” for granted?
  • Interviews and reporting
  • Common challenges and pitfalls

3:00pm

1:10pm

Break

5:20pm

3:30pm

Need for an Integrity Agenda

 

  • How a robust Integrity Agenda, supported by data insights, can help companies to emerge from the evolving fraud risk landscape

5:30pm

4:00pm

Knowledge Assessment

  • Assessing delegates knowledge on the topics discussed

6:15pm

4:45pm

End

6:30pm

5:00pm

ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations
 

Date:                   16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)
                            24 March 2021 (Live)



Time:                  3:00pm to 6.30pm GMT +8 (Virtual)
                           12:30pm to 4:00pm GMT+5.5 (Virtual)
                           11:00am to 2:30pm GMT+4 (Virtual)


                            9:00am to 5:00pm GMT +8 (Live)


Venue/Format:   Delivered via 2 Part Webinar (Virtual)
                            TBC, Singapore (Live)

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Trainers*
 

ramesh

Ramesh Moosa, Partner, EY Singapore and Asean Forensic & Integrity Services Leader

Ramesh Moosa has over 25 years of experience working in Singapore, US, Hong Kong and China. Prior to joining EY recently, Ramesh was a partner at another Big 4 firm where he had worked for over 20 years.

As an experienced investigator who is adept with technology, Ramesh has directed investigations and provided advisory services related to financial crimes, bribery and corruption, cybercrime, anti-money laundering and sanctions, disputes and litigation, corporate intelligence, intellectual property theft and disputes, employee misconduct, and other fraud matters in the US and Asia. Many of these investigations have been driven by regulators such as the Stock Exchange of Singapore, US Securities and Exchange Commission, US Department of Justice, Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, HK Competition Commission, and Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

Ramesh began his career as a Senior Officer with the Singapore Police Force, where over a period of five years, he held various roles including criminal investigations, managing the agency’s country-wide technology infrastructure and data security operations.


 saket

Saket Bhartia, Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Service, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd. 

Saket has over 20 years of experience in fraud risk assessments, investigations, anti-bribery and corruption reviews. 

Saket has led investigations that were either multi-jurisdictional, regulatory non-compliance or complex in nature. Most of his investigations included financial statement fraud, siphoning of funds, embezzlement, asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption issues, code of conduct violations, etc. In addition, he has assisted several global and local clients in setting up strong compliance and governance frameworks. 

He is a regular speaker at events and trainer on the topics of Ethics, Integrity and Fraud. 


Roderique

Roderique Tam, Director, Forensic & Integrity Service, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Roderique is a Director in the Ernst & Young’s Forensic & Integrity Services Team. With over 20 years experience in business intelligence and analytics he has worked in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore supporting project across the region. The three core competencies of his skill sets include project management, business analysis and core business intelligence development skills including database design, data modeling , OLAP modeling, dashboard, cube and report development.

Roderique has had exposure to clients of various industries such as banking, insurance, retail, education, gaming, hospitality, franchise, universities, law enforcement, etc...


Glenn

Glenn Garcia, Manager, Forensic & Integrity Service, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Glenn is a Manager with the EY Forensic Practice in Singapore. He has more than 10 years of experience in advisory and consulting within the Big 4 Accounting Firms in the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines and, now based in Singapore where he continues to manage and perform technology-driven investigations and other engagements for top tier clients and also have worked with other EY global offices on multiple cross border assignments.

Glenn’s role focuses on managing forensic technology services in relation to matters involving fraud, disputes, critical company data theft, employee misconduct, asset misappropriation including incident response. These services include forensically acquiring electronic data from various sources, performing data analysis, creating and supporting electronic review environments.

 

Philipp

Philipp Kloeber, Manager, Forensic & Integrity Service, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Philipp is an experienced Manager in the Forensic & Integrity Services team based in Singapore. Specialising in the prevention, detection and response to complex financial crime (including disputes and litigation support), Philipp has gained a depth of experience with a broad range of clients across various industry sectors in Australia, South East Asia and Europe over the last 7.5 years. Prior to joining the Singapore team in 2018, Philipp worked in EY‘s Forensic practice based in Melbourne, Australia. 

Philipp also has deep experience in relation to compliance and integrity related issues with a focus on anti-bribery and anti-corruption (ABAC). Over the last 7.5 years, Philipp worked on ABAC related matters in Asia-Pacific across a broad range of industries such as transportation and logistics, shipping infrastructure, extractive industries, construction, financial technology as well as media, entertainment and telecommunications.

Philipp also holds a country lead role in Singapore as part of a global cross-service line account team for a multi-national client.

 

* Trainers profile are indicative as all the speakers might not be available on specific training date
 

ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations
 

Date:                   16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)
                            24 March 2021 (Live)



Time:                  3:00pm to 6.30pm GMT +8 (Virtual)
                           12:30pm to 4:00pm GMT+5.5 (Virtual)
                           11:00am to 2:30pm GMT+4 (Virtual)


                            9:00am to 5:00pm GMT +8 (Live)


Venue/Format:   Delivered via 2 Part Webinar (Virtual)
                            TBC, Singapore (Live)

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Delegate Pricing

 

16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)

  Before GST After GST
Early Bird Rate (Ends 19 February)    USD 700 USD 749
Standard Rate USD 800 USD 856

 



24 March 2021 (Live)

  Before GST After GST
Early Bird Rate (Ends 19 February)    USD 900 USD 963
Standard Rate USD 1000 USD 1070



Group ​price: ​SAVE ​AN ​ADDITIONAL ​20%. ​ ​Register ​five ​participants ​from ​your ​organisation ​and ​the ​5th ​person ​attends ​for ​free. 


Click on the "Register Now" button above or contact the following to book your place at this webinar.


Romulus Tham
(65) 6973 8248 / romulus.tham@tr.com

 

 

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ALB Corporate Ethics and Conducting Internal Investigations
 

Date:                   16 - 17 March 2021 (Virtual)
                            24 March 2021 (Live)



Time:                  3:00pm to 6.30pm GMT +8 (Virtual)
                           12:30pm to 4:00pm GMT+5.5 (Virtual)
                           11:00am to 2:30pm GMT+4 (Virtual)


                            9:00am to 5:00pm GMT +8 (Live)


Venue/Format:   Delivered via 2 Part Webinar (Virtual)
                            TBC, Singapore (Live)

combined cpd 2  

 

 

 

 

Contact

Romulus Tham
(65) 6973 8248 / romulus.tham@tr.com