Connect Locally, Inspire Globally
The London Ethics & Compliance Forum is a one-day event assembling diverse company leaders to address the issues largely impacting corporate integrity today. Join some of the most reputable multinational and leading regional company business executives, GCs, Chief Compliance Officers and other top experts as they assemble to take action, share cutting edge practices and offer new insights on ethics and compliance across Europe and around the world. Join us for in-depth conversations and enriched networking opportunities to connect with some of the most forward thinking industry leaders of today as the faculty and delegation addresses hot topics including global anti-bribery, whistleblowing, human rights and trafficking, data privacy, ethical company culture and much more.
Highlights from the 2016 Agenda
Speaking Up and Preventing Scandal: The New Whistleblower Requirements
Cohesive Conversations with the Board: Balancing Governance, Ethics and Compliance Conversations in the Boardroom
Privacy Predicaments: The Current State of Data Protection in the EU and the Impact on Company Compliance
The Perception of Anti-corruption Risk, New Enforcement and the Compliance Culture
Third Party Due-Diligence: Managing Risk Across Global Relationships
C-suite on Culture: Embedding Ethics and Values in the Company
Key Speakers & Faculty from 2016
Highlighted Speakers from the 2016 Summit
Leaders, Practitioners and Experts
Interested in speaking at the upcoming London Compliance Forum? Contact Kevin McCormack.
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Venue & Accommodations
30 Euston Square30 Euston Square, London NW1 2FB The Annual Forum will take place in the State Rooms and Rooftop Terrace of the 30 Euston Square. If you require special accommodations (e.g., meeting space, vegetarian requests, wheelchair or other disability needs) please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Answers to the FAQs
- Why Attend?
Network and exchange ideas with industry peers and through leaders on corporate integrity, ethics and compliance; Gain a deep understanding of the latest trends and challenges impacting company behavior and performance; Discover how to better cultivate a strong company culture of ethics; Identify key risks in both mature and emerging markets and their impact to the business; Take away actionable insights from the most reputable, multinational company leaders across industries; Explore practical tools and solutions to incorporate into your own compliance and integrity programs
- Who should attend?
• C-suite and executive management
• Board and Audit Committee Members
• General Counsels; Chief Compliance and Legal Officers
• Chief Ethics and Corporate Integrity Officers
• Government and Regulatory Officials
• Directors of Compliance and Program Managers
• Law Firm Partners and Service Providers
- What is discussed?
• The General Counsel Perspective
• Speaking up and Preventing Scandal: The New Whistleblower Requirements
• Cohesive Conversations with the Board: Balancing Governance, Ethics and Compliance Conversations in the Boardroom
• Privacy Predicaments: The Current State of Data Protection in the EU and the Impact on Company Compliance
• The Perception of Anti-corruption Risk, New Enforcement and the Compliance Culture
• Third Party Due-Diligence: Managing Risk Across Global Relationships
• C-suite on Culture: Embedding Ethics and Values in the Company
- How can my company get involved?
Invite your European leader or key executive to join the conversation and play a leading role as a faculty member on one of the panel discussions. Please email Kevin McCormack to learn more about being a part of this year’s Forum.Register today! Three or more attendees receive over a 30% discount. For questions and to learn more, email Chelsie Dumenigo.
- I want to be a speaker – how can I suggest my topic?
If you are interested in speaking at the London Ethics & Compliance Forum, please contact Kevin McCormack, Vice President, Global Thought Leadership & Programs.
- What is the attire for the London Ethics & Compliance Forum?
Dress for the London Ethics & Compliance Forum is business attire.
- How do I get to 30 Euston Square?
The venue sites just outside of the Congestion Charge Zone and is served by a number of nearby car parks that can be seen on our interactive map. 30 Euston Square sites next to the A501 – a main artery serving much of North London – and can be accessed easily by road from the centre of the Capital. The A1, A5, A40 and A41 can all be reached within a few minutes drive of the venue.
30 Euston Square is just 1 minute walk from Euston and Euston Square tube stations. London Euston is accessed directly via London Underground’s Victoris and Northern lines. Take the Circle, Hammersmith & City or metropolitan lines for Euston Square tube station.
Times to London Euston by tube:
Kings Cross St Pancras – 2mins
Oxford Circus – 4mins
Victoria – 6mins
Charing Cross – 7mins
Moorgate – 8mins
Paddington – 9mins
Waterloo – 9mins
Bank – 10mins
Liverpool St – 10mins
Heathrow can be reached in 36mins, Gatwick in 48mins and City airport 40mins.
- Who can help me during the event?
At the event, please see the registration desk for assistance. Anyone with a “Staff” badge will be able to answer your questions. You can also contact Chelsie Dumenigo, Director, Global Events.
- Will there be networking at the Forum?
Yes, the Forum is designed around the opportunity to network with some of the most reputable company leaders and top industry experts from a diverse set of organizations. Have the chance to exchange ideas with leading experts throughout the Forum during breakfast, breaks, lunch and a cocktail reception.
- Do you have discounted hotel accommodations?
We do not have discounted accommodations. However, please click here to view a list of nearby hotels.
- Do you offer professional credits for attending?
For those attendees seeking continuing education credit to meet professional requirements, Ethisphere will provide a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the event.
- What is the cancellation policy?
If you are unable to attend the Summit, your registration is transferrable to someone within your organization. A full refund is available if requested by Friday, September 29, 2017. Thereafter, your registration is non-refundable.