Venue : 30 Merchant Road #02-01 Riverside Point Singapore 058282
Event Start Date : Monday 18 March 2019
Event End Date : Monday 18 March 2019
Event Start Time : 09:00 am
Event End Time : 10:45 am
Registration Start Date : Friday 01 March 2019
Registration End Date : Monday 18 March 2019
Bribery and corruption continues to be one of the highest-priority compliance risks for organisations, attracting considerable public media attention. The ISO37001 - Anti-bribery Management Systems is a significant development for organisations seeking to better manage bribery and corruption risks. Singapore’s Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau also adopted a local version of ISO37001, i.e. Singapore Standard ISO37001 providing organisations with a globally recognised benchmark for anti-bribery management systems.
Apart from large global organisations, some local companies in region (including Singapore) have taken the lead to become ISO37001 certified. EY’s Forensic practice has assisted companies in developing and implementing a prevention program and a culture of ethics, values and integrity in accordance with ISO37001. In this session, subject matter experts from EY will share critical learnings and some of the challenges clients face in their journey to either successfully implement or become certified with ISO37001.
9:00am - Registration & Breakfast
9:15am - Introduction & Presentations
10:30am - Q&A
10:45am – End of Session
Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services – ASEAN,
Saket is an Associate Partner with EY’s Forensic & Integrity Services – ASEAN with over 19 years of experience in Fraud Risk Assessments, Corporate Investigations, Anti-Bribery and Corruption Reviews, FCPA/ UKBA compliance and Dispute Advisory. He has led several investigations and assisted multiple MNCs in setting the Anti-Bribery and Corruption framework in line with global standards.
Associate Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services
He is a Chartered Accountant from India and a Certified Fraud Examiner from the USA. Sidarth has over 17 years of extensive experience in working on matters of Ethics and Integrity with a wide range of clients including prominent multinationals (including Fortune 100), large Financial Institutions and public sector organisations. He joined Ernst & Young in 2001 and worked in USA, UK, India and Singapore offices; He has also led projects in over 25 countries across Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia Pacific.