• CPE: 1.5

    Level: Basic

    Recommended Prerequisites: None

    Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

    In many countries, corporations may be held liable for fraudulent and other illegal acts of their directors, officers, employees and agents. Establishing a legal regime that provides for corporate liability is an important means of addressing fraud and other white-collar offenses, as there are public benefits that can flow from indicting a corporation in appropriate cases.


    This session will address issues of corporate ethical behavior with reference to case studies and examples of laws, regulations and guidelines that apply to different functions of a corporation. It will also seek to explore other means through which corporations may influence ethical behavior and further the compliance agenda.

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Recognize the law regarding corporate liability and case studies of corporations held liable for illegal acts of their directors, officers, employees and agents
    • Compare compliance programs undertaken by corporations that have been sanctioned and how such programs influence corporate ethical behavior
    • Identify core principles and guidelines for ethical conduct of different functions in an organization, such as management, in-house counsel and compliance professionals
    • Ascertain practical considerations and challenges for compliance professionals to influence corporate ethical behavior

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    Weiyi Tan, CFE, CIPM

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    Weiyi Tan, CFE, CIPM

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