We see corporate failings happening all the time in the headlines, from toxic workplace cultures, unethical sales practices and data leaks to unsustainable practices by suppliers. What are the early warning signals? What information do you need and who is best placed to provide this? What can boards do to help prevent a crisis from occurring?
Our panel of experts will help you prepare your organisation and board to prevent a crisis that could potentially result in unwanted media attention, reputational damage and even hefty fines.
This webinar is the first of three in the Corporate Governance ‘Crisis Series’. Keep an eye out for upcoming topics on:
Laura Hough, Director, Trust & Ethics, ICAEW
Laura joined ICAEW in April 2023 after a long career heading up teams tackling fraud across the public and private sector. Her main areas of expertise are: economics crime, ethics and fraud.
Micky Khurana, VP Global Compliance, OneWeb
Micky is the Vice President of Compliance at OneWeb, a UK headquartered satellite connectivity company. He trained as a chartered accountant, and has been working in corporate governance roles for the past twenty years.
Peter van Veen, Director, Corporate Governance & Stewardship, ICAEW
Peter is the Director of Corporate Governance & Stewardship at the ICAEW where he is responsible; thought leadership and policy in these areas. Prior to joining the ICAEW, he was the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer for several multinational enterprises headquartered in respectively the Netherlands, France and Japan. Prior to these roles, Peter spent over 6 years at Transparency International UK (TI-UK) where set up the Business Integrity Programme.
Abigail Harper, Enterprise risk management, internal controls (SOX) and internal audit consultantAbigail Harper has experience leading and setting up global Risk Management and Internal Audit functions across private, public and VC backed organisations, specialising in the Retail and Hospitality sectors. Her experience encompasses global financial, operational, strategic, compliance, and IT audits. Abigail is CIA qualified and is an ACA chartered accountant; and represents the Retail and Hospitality sectors on the ICAEW Internal Audit panel.
ICAEW's revised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Regulations bring in new CPD requirements. This includes a minimum number of hours and an ethics requirement.
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