How mature is your in-house investigation function and what can you do to increase your capabilities? Together with Deloitte, we conducted a survey of Swiss in-house investigation functions to analyse the status quo. Deloitte Forensics Partner Nic Carrington met with the CEO of the ACi Steve Young and the CAO of the ACi Katie Hodson to discuss the key findings. Watch the video here.
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Whistleblowing investigation programmes: How to make sure you are identifying and responding effectively to employee concerns.
Never has it been more important to listen to employees. A whistleblowing or speak up programme can be a vital tool in understanding what is happening in your company, identifying misconduct and improving risk management. Get it right by investigating allegations quickly and effectively, and you provide confidence to employees, the board and other key stakeholders. Get it wrong and it can create an atmosphere of mistrust and lack of transparency.
Join our whistleblowing training sessions to understand recent and upcoming changes in legislation, how to practically improve your whistleblowing investigation programme and how to make the most of data to measure the effectiveness of your whistleblowing programme and identify key risk areas.
The modules take place online on the 29th of September, 6th of October and 13th of October. For all the details see our course page.
In cooperation with Deloitte we are pleased to share the key findings of our “Asia Pacific investigations capability survey – Are you prepared for the new normal?”
Join us on 15th April 2021 at 11.30am Singapore for an interesting panel discussion with leading corporate investigators on what challenges they face, how these challenges are met, and best practices of this vitally important function within an organisation.
Our popular Foundations in Corporate Investigations Course starts on 4th May 2021. There is an Early Bird discount on your booking until 4th April – secure your place for $300. This course is run via live, interactive webinars. For all the details, see our course page here.
The International Committee of the Red Cross, based in Geneva, is seeking a Chief Ethics, Risk & Compliance Officer. Applications are open until 21st March 2021. For information click here.
How are financial institutions re-assessing fraud risks, internal controls, litigation budgets and priorities? Join our COO Basha Galvin on Tuesday, 23rd March for a timely discussion at the C5 Conference with:
-Faizal N., Deputy – Global Head of Anti-Fraud, Credit Suisse
Niki Charilaou, Manager Financial Crime Compliance Department, Bank of Cyprus
Moderated by: Benjamin Borsodi, Partner, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd.
ACi members and supports can register with a 10% discount using the code: D10-643-643EX21
For details click here
Our CEO Steve Young joins a panel of Europe’s top banking leaders for a webinar organised by Mine Diren Fornerod, PhD at NetGuardians on 17th March 2021 at 10.00 am CET.
The Panel will explore the current fraud trends observed by the banks and they’ll predict the type of fraud cases that will be on the rise in 2021 and beyond. They’ll examine the top key challenges for the banks and the best practices for effective fraud prevention. They’ll be looking at:
- What are the current fraud trends observed by the banks?
- What type of fraud cases are predicted in 2021 and forward?
- What are the top key challenges for banks?
- What are the best practices are for an effective fraud prevention?
To register, click here.
The ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic has produced a severe economic downturn resulting in job redundancies in many corporate sectors. Budget reductions and restructuring have resulted in job cuts in corporate investigation departments. Whilst some are reducing, others are recruiting.
How do you give yourself the best chance in today’s job market?
The ACi were delighted to support a webinar hosted by City CV and sponsored by enteles search. The webinar was opened by Neil Fletcher on behalf of the ACi and James Butler for enteles search. The webinar was broadcast on Wednesday 6th January 2021 and is available for ACi members to view in the members area.
Victoria McLean the CEO of City CV gives excellent advice and best practice on writing your CV to get that all important interview and job. The current job market is seeing unprecedented competition for job roles so it is important you give yourself the best possible chance. That starts with your CV.
To join the ACi and gain access to this, and other investigations related webinars, apply here.
For further information and to contact City CV visit: https://citycv.co.uk
For further information and to contact enteles search visit: https://enteles-search.com
Members of the corporate investigations community are now invited to apply to become a member of our not-for-profit association. For all the details and to apply, visit our membership page.