We are delighted to be co-chairing C5’s 2016 Forum on Anti-corruption in Milan. This year marks the 4th anniversary of this meeting, which brings together subject-matter experts, anti-corruption enforcement prosecutors and government officials to share insights on global trends and priorities. In-house and outside counsel, compliance professionals, representatives of international organisations and of public companies, finance experts and others, will participate in a dialogue on domestic and cross-border issues, best practices in controlling anti-corruption risks and effective solutions to implement when problems are identified. Whether you are just joining the anti-corruption and bribery community or you are a highly seasoned practitioner, this conference has multiple takeaways. You will hear from leading practitioners, in-house counsels and compliance executives facing anti-corruption issues on a daily basis, who will share how they evaluate programme components, respond to issues as they arise and monitor internal controls to maintain ongoing compliance. C5 has included new features and topics in this year’s programme such as the participation of representatives of the Ministry of Justice, anti-corruption senior public prosecutors, and the crucial involvement of the public sector and state-owned enterprises. Furthermore, the programme provides anonymous polling of the audience to collect feedback and identify compliance best practices; parallel streams with either legal or compliance focus, in order to provide attendees with the opportunity to concentrate on particular areas of interest and maximise their conference experience. The pre-conference interactive working groups are also designed to provide in-depth and practical compliance insights and to allow active participation and discussion in small groups. We believe that this format will provide relevant and valuable information that can be applied in your daily work and can be used to benchmark your anti-corruption compliance programme. In addition to the substantive content, this conference is an ideal way to connect, strengthen and build our community. As the largest event in Italy addressing anti-corruption domestic and international enforcement and compliance solutions, this conference offers an opportunity to meet with colleagues who share common interests and challenges and to find out what your peers are doing both inside the conference sessions, and over a coffee during the networking breaks. With over 100+ attendees expected, you can walk away with valuable insights on proven effective strategies on anti-corruption compliance for your companies and clients. We hope that you will join us for an interesting and informative meeting.
Alessandra Ferrari General Counsel A2A
Venue & Accommodations
Hotel Principe di Savoia
Piazza della Repubblica 17, 20124, Milan, IT