Conferences and Other Products
Our conferences connect the power of people with the power of information, a powerful combination for business growth and success. Each conference, summit or executive briefing is tailored to the sector, topic and audience need. Our event structure varies depending on issue and market requirements. Keynote presentations delivered to all works for some content, whilst other conferences feature multiple breakout sessions, panels, roundtables and variable formats. Our available products also include live and archived webcasts, conference materials, legal reviews and awards. View our complete list of upcoming conferences below or search and filter to view a selection of conference products.
The event provided unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities with senior-level legal and compliance executives from a wide variety of industry sectors including Oil & Gas, Aerospace & Defence, Software and Technology, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Finance, Construction, Telecoms and Legal services. More
Join your peers for what is regarded as “the Premier Anti-Corruption Compliance Event in the Region” on November 14-16, 2016 in Singapore and benefit from unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities. Now in its 5th successful year, ACI’s annual Asia-Pacific Summit on Anti-Corruption Compliance and Risk Management will provide you with advanced and practical insights on innovations in compliance and third-party due diligence, the best risk mitigation strategies and updates on the rapidly evolving anti-corruption landscape in the region, with in-depth discussions of China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Myanmar. More
This November, C5 will be hosting the 9th Advanced Forum on Customs Compliance held in Partnership with HMRC. On the 1st May 2016 the European Union’s Union Customs Code (UCC) officially went into effect, bringing a plethora of changes to customs procedures and practices throughout Europe. More
Economic sanctions and other financial crime continue to plague financial institutions across Europe, with Switzerland joining the US in handing out large scale fines. With sanctions in Russia set to continue, changes in the US sanctions on Cuba and the situation in Iran unclear, it is essential that all financial institutions stay on top of the latest changes and continually improve compliance procedures to protect themselves against financial crime. More