Venue : 30 Merchant Road #02-01 Riverside Point Singapore 058282
Event Start Date : Monday 14 January 2019
Event End Date : Monday 14 January 2019
Event Start Time : 05:30 pm
Event End Time : 07:00 pm
Registration Start Date : Wednesday 02 January 2019
Registration End Date : Monday 14 January 2019
Corporate compliance has traditionally been focused on corruption, but the rise of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has broadened the scope to include supply chain integrity, human rights issues, responsible labor practices, sanctions violations and environmental diligence, among other issues.
Striving to meet CSR commitments depends to a large extent on gathering accurate information, both before transactions and after allegations have been raised. The information you need to resolve CSR issues is often to be found in opaque environments where there are few documents to gather, and where the ability to dig deeply - from the presidential palace to conditions out in the field - is what counts.
Join veteran investigator Jim Mintz for an interactive discussion as he explores some of today's reputational risks and related CSR case examples from around the globe, illustrating the role investigators can play to help preserve corporate reputations.
Founder & CEO
Jim Mintz, Founder and CEO of the Mintz Group, has spent more than thirty years conducting investigations all over the world, primarily for law firms and general counsel. Jim helped pioneer the use of sophisticated resources by law firms in the 1970s as an in-house investigator at the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wald, Harkrader & Ross. In 1980, Newsweek said about their unique in-house group: “What sets [them] apart—and a few others around the nation—is their ability to take comprehensive looks at complicated situations and make sense out of them.”
Jim founded the Mintz Group in 1994.
He has taught investigative reporting as an adjunct professor at the Columbia Journalism School for the past 10 years.
Jim is on the board of the Center for Justice and Accountability.
Monday 18 March 2019
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