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Economic crime: What you need to know

Economic crime: What you need to know

Presented by PwC and Dentons

Anti-bribery and corruption initiatives are a hot topic globally, and increasingly a discussion item with Canadian companies. Join PwC, Dentons and our panel of experts on Tuesday, September 16, as we talk about what you should know about current anti-bribery and corruption initiatives in Canada, and those expected over the next few months. This interactive session will consist of three, one hour panels, covering the following:

  • Panel 1: A practical assessment of the current anti-corruption landscape
    Important elements of Canada’s foreign and domestic corruption laws, the relevance of money laundering and proceeds of crime laws, and how to navigate high-risk situations.
  • Panel 2: The latest developments in Canada’s anti-bribery and anti-corruption regime and what’s in the pipeline
    Prosecution and litigation trends, the potential role of securities regulators, and proposed rules for mandatory disclosure of payments to foreign and domestic governments, including aboriginal entities.
  • Panel 3: Internal investigations – do's and don’ts
    Practical approaches to investigations, from receipt of a complaint through to resolution. 

 

Panelists

Murray Rodych Senior Counsel
Public Prosecution Service of Canada
Lloyd Schoepp Serious Crime Investigator,
Financial Integrity Team
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Krista Mooney Director, Forensic Services
PwC
Steve Henderson National Forensic Services Leader
PwC
Ray Haywood Director, Forensic Services
PwC
Paul Lalonde Partner
Dentons
Jordan Deering Partner and National Leader
Fraud, Corruption and Asset Recovery
Dentons
Anthony Cole Associate
Dentons

Contact us if you’d like to learn more about our event. Click here to return to the Doing Business in Alberta homepage.