Co-Chairs' Welcome and Program Highlights


Dear Colleague:

We are honored to be co - chairing American Conference Institute’s 33rd International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act , and hope that you are available to join us . Widely regarded as the premier, flagship anti - corruption conference, this event marks one of the few worthwhile opportunities to interface with senior U.S. and foreign government officials, corporate executives and leading outside counsel.

While the full agenda is still in development, we are pleased to announce that the 2016 Government Faculty now includes:

Global anti - corruption enforce ment has continued to intensify. Companies and their executives face increased prosecution risks, and remain tasked with managing the interplay of foreign bribery, data privacy and labor laws. In response to the evolving landscape, we invite you to join us at the highly anticipated “Moot Court” - an interactive debate on controversial, hot button issues that are heightening legal exposure for corporations and individuals.

In addition, the 2016 program includes an enhanced focus on global compliance benchmarking through the inclusion of “C ompliance Think Tanks” and a “Compliance LAB ” . Equally, the program includes more in - depth discussion of third party due diligence at two, intensive working groups.

We are also pleased to announce that the program, once again, inclu des “Special Industry Groups” - highly anticipated, smaller group interactions.

Along with longer networking breaks, CLE ethics credits, and more opportunities for ano nymous polling, the agenda includes breakout sessions that allow you to customize your learning experience.

With over 600+ attendees expected once again, this highly respected program is truly the ideal forum for meeting and re - connecting with peers, and hearing important government updates. We hope that you will join us for what will surely be a productive and impo rtant meeting.

Sincerely,

Michael Bailey
General Counsel, Senior Vice President
Bechtel Group, Inc.
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP

Cheryl J. Scarboro
Partner
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP


2016 Highlights Include:

  • NETWORKING: Meet and re-connect with peers from the U.S. and abroad, and join industry-specific networking and benchmarking sessions.
  • BENCHMARKING: Gain best practices from C-Level Executives, General Counsel, and senior professionals responsible for global anti-corruption compliance, investigations and audits.
  • Hear first-hand updates from senior U.S. and foreign government officials
  • Customize your learning experience by selecting breakout sessions among three tracks.
  • Introducing LABs (Learn, Analyze, Brainstorm), Compliance Think Tanks and Executive Roundtables. 
  • ANONYMOUS AUDIENCE POLLING: Benchmark on compliance, investigative and disclosure best practices. With individual keypads, participants will respond to panel questions confidentially. View the 2015 polling results here.
  • CLE, Ethics and CPE credit.

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