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Compensating Whistleblowers – the ethical dilemma
June 23 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
8.00 am – 9.00 am UK
3.00 pm – 4.00 pm Hong Kong and Singapore
5.00 pm – 6.00 pm Australia
Many of us have a view on the ethical issues around compensating whistleblowers (cash, incentives, promotions etc). All these issues will be addressed in the webinar moderated by Bruce Forbes (ACi representative in Hong Kong) with panellists Charles Boulo (Whispli), Jason Landers (ACi representative in Australia) and Jason Liew (StoneTurn Partner, Singapore). The panel will also discuss how building trust amongst staff can lead to the generation of a “ Speak Up” culture that organisations seek.
Please join us on Thursday 23 June 2022 (8am UK; 3pm HK and Singapore; and 5pm Australia) to hear from subject matter experts who regularly deal with these issues in the workplace. The session will greatly assist anyone responsible for handling misconduct allegations and especially those who will be required to work directly with whistleblowers.
Charles Boulo has over 10 years of experience in the technology and SaaS sector. Witnessing the rapid change in technologies around us, he has advised many clients on how to best leverage & implement SaaS technology to improve existing processes and challenge the status quo. He has been working closely with clients across various industries and geographies to successfully leverage Whispli to foster a speak-up culture and effectively identify risks related to misconduct.
Jason Landers, ACi Australia Country Head
With 19 years of practical investigations experience, Jason commenced his investigations career within law enforcement before transitioning into the corporate sector. His experience includes criminal, business integrity and governance related matters along with anti-bribery and corruption investigations.. To date, his experience has exposed him to investigations in Papua New Guinea, China, Mongolia, India, Singapore and Australia.
Mark Gough, ACi Regional Advisor
Mark has over 35 years of professional investigation experience at both national and international levels within the public sector and private sector. Mark started his career as a counter-terrorism investigator with the Australian Federal Attorney General’s Department. From 1996 to 2008, Mark worked in the Investigations Division of the Office of Internal Oversight Services at the United Nations in New York. Mark joined Siemens in 2008 as the Global Deputy Head of Compliance Investigations and managed the Europe/Middle East/Africa investigation team from the Munich headquarters. In October 2014, Mark was appointed as the Regional Head, Case Handling Asia Australia (within the newly created Legal and Compliance – Regulatory Governance structure in Siemens AG), based in Singapore and with a regional office in Beijing. In August 2019, Mark joined Schneider Electric in Singapore as the East Asia, Japan and Pacific Compliance Officer also responsible for all investigations across the region. Mark returned to Australia in early 2021 and started his own consulting company, Gough Risk Consultancy, based in Queensland. Mark will provide the ACi with advice on corporate investigations management, investigation training (investigations and interviewing), strategic investigation policy identification and drafting, and whistleblower risk management issues.
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