CIFAL Curitiba - Transparency and Competitiveness Seminar

Type:

Seminar

Date:

12 Aug - 12 Aug 2014

Duration of event:

1 day

Location:

Curitiba, Brazil

Programme area:

Local Development

Fee:

No fee

Event focal point email:

Other events details:

Public – by registration   Face-to-Face    Portuguese   open to register/apply   How to register

The registration is closed
Deadline for registration: 11 August 2014

Background

The new Brazilian Anti-Corruption Law (Federal Law No. 12.486/2013), changes the liability for fraud, bribery and corrupt practices in general, from the individual involved to the organization. Regardless of intent, the law prosecutes the company, with possibility of penalties, fines and public exposure. The legislation provides that sentences will be reduced for companies with compliance systems and established programs that prevent and mitigate corruption risks, ensuring corporate security.

CIFAL Curitiba and the Social Service of Industry (SESI) have been providing training on this issue since 2013 through opportunities for dialogue and learning such as the 2013 International Forum on Transparency and Competitiveness that brought together experts from around the world to discuss the role of business in fighting corruption. Additionally, on April 15 this year, the workshop “Compliance Systems” brought together companies to share experiences and challenges, and to better understand how to implement and operate anti-corruption practices.

Event Objectives

The seminar aims to:
  • Facilitate a debate about basic issues that prevents Compliance
  • Raise a debate around what is the most critical issue for Compliance programs, people and processes
  • Analyse ethical behaviours, environment that influences different behaviours, tools and processes that inhibit corrupt actions 

Learning Objectives

At the end of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the risks and pitfalls companies could come across when implementing Compliance programs;
  • Recognize the relation between behaviours and processes in corruption acts

Content and Structure

 This seminar will discuss the following topics:

  • Ethical behaviour;
  • The influence of environment on behaviours in corrupt actions; and
  • The tools and processes that inhibit corrupt actions

Methodology

 The seminar will include:

  • Lectures by experts in the area of business ethics, and in security and process audit
  • Debate among experts
  • Question and Answer session 

Targeted Audience

Industrial entrepreneurs, Academics, specialists and those responsible for compliance and audit programs within an organisation.