Tuesday, June 19 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: A basic understanding of ethics and compliance programs
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
In the wake of recent ethical failures, there is renewed focus by regulators, prosecutors, board members and shareholders on the topics of culture, conduct and compliance. While many companies have relied on their control environment as a bellwether of workplace well‐being, many forensic professionals are undertaking in‐depth reviews of ethics programs to better understand the strength of, and perceptions about, foundational business principles and practices. This session will discuss the evaluation of an organization’s corporate culture and ethics framework to help mitigate fraud and misconduct.
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Director, Protiviti Forensic
Pam Verick is a Director at Protiviti Forensic where she focuses on investigations and anti-corruption compliance solutions and leads the fraud risk management initiative. Verick has over 23 years of risk management experience including creation of fraud governance systems and fraud risk management programs, planning and execution of fraud risk assessments, conducting investigations to address fraud, misconduct and potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti‐bribery laws. She also assists with compliance and ethics programs for both the public and private sector. Verick speaks regularly to U.S. and international audiences on issues related to corporate ethics and fraud.
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