BCLP Hosts Webinar With MUFG on Designing Effective Cross-Border Anti-Corruption Compliance Programs
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner will host a timely discussion on how to efficiently design a robust cross-border ABC compliance program. Panelists will discuss what companies and executives should anticipate in order to take a proactive approach to mitigating exposure.
BCLP partners and former anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) prosecutors in the UK and US, Sarah Klein and Andrey Spektor, will be joined by MUFG guests Adam Wolf (head of advisory and global ABC), and Ken Gazzaway (head of EMEA ABC compliance). Sarah and Andrey will draw on their experience prosecuting and advising companies, while Adam and Ken will add their insider perspective on an effective risk-based approach to developing programs designed to stand up to increasingly aggressive internal and external scrutiny.
Andrey focuses his practice on representing companies, boards of directors and individuals in white-collar criminal actions, government investigations, complex civil litigation and appeals. Twice a recipient of the Federal Prosecutor of the Year award, Andrey led some of the nation’s most significant investigations, worked on corporate resolutions, first-chaired a trial involving bribery allegations and successfully argued that case to the U.S. Court of Appeals.
Sarah is an experienced white-collar crime lawyer whose practice is focused on all aspects of business crime investigation, defense, compliance and risk mitigation. Her key areas of practice include anti-bribery and corruption, financial sanctions, fraud, anti-facilitation of tax evasion and anti-money laundering.
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