What should your risk assessment do for your compliance program?

On Monday June 1 I’m giving a presentation on risk assessment at PLI’s Compliance & Ethics Institute in NYC.  Here are the slides, which discuss, among other things:

– Fourteen specific things a risk assessment should do for your program – most of which are missed by many companies.

– How an assessment can also educate key people in your company about C&E, set useful boundaries for your program and maintain program momentum.

– The need for assessments to become more granular with time.

– How to develop an initial list of possible risks.

– What “cultural” factors should be considered in an assessment.

– Corruption and competition law assessments.

– A look into the future – the “demand side” of risk assessment.

There’s still time to sign up for the conference – which is also being web cast.
But for those who can be there in spirit only, I hope you find the slides useful.

Ps – this is my 20th year in a row speaking at the PLI compliance conference.  I wish I could say that it makes me feel proud, but mostly it makes me feel old.

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