Webinar on Implications of the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act 2018 - A New Outlook

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Webinar on Implications of the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act 2018 - A New Outlook - Sep 23, 2020

Background : 

We would like to bring it to your notice that in consonance with India’s obligation under the UNCAC -(United Nations Convention against Corruption) the Government of India has amended  The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, by enacting The Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act -2018 (“Amendment Act”). The Amendment Act includes certain far reaching changes. The supply side i.e. bribe giving has been recognized as an offence and significantly, corporate organisations have been made liable for offence under the Amendment Act. Businesses in general and multinational corporations in particular are becoming more concerned about Anit-bribery and anti-corruption issues, and are focused on reducing these risks. Every company is different and each company has its own unique corporate culture. The most important element in developing a “culture of compliance” is leadership that is strongly committed to doing business in an honest, ethical and legally compliant manner. It is important for company to develop a “culture of compliance,” regardless of its size, industry or location and it is depending on the commitment of its leadership and the willingness to devote the sustained effort and resources over time to doing business only in a lawful and ethical manner. 


This Session specifically seeks to address concerns to ameliorate the understanding of the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act 2018, particularly the provisions relating to the private sector. The session will also discuss how to develop a “culture of compliance and deliberate upon measures and systems that can be put in place by organizations to mitigate the risk of damage to their reputation and safeguard their directors, managers, employees and agents from being prosecuted under this law.


Time :  10.00 am to 11.30 am

Speakers :
  •   Ms. Savithri Parekh, Joint Company Secretary and Compliance Officer, Reliance Industries 

  •   Mr. Neville Gandhi, Vice President, Compliance, Siemens Ltd 

  •   Ms. Attreyi Mukherjee, Corporate Lawyer, Tata Industries Limited


Who Should Attend :

CEO,  CFO, CXO, COO

Senior Consultants/Professionals

Governance professionals 

Executive & Non-Executive Directors

General Counsel

Company Secretaries

Risk Management Executives

Professionals interested in Corporate Governance 

 
Contact :
Ms. Aneeha Neeraja Rajan  
Tel: 022 61200227, 9987211804
Ms. Shruti Rathod 
Tel: 022 61200268
 
Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 1000 + 18% GST  
Non-Members  Rs. 1200 + 18% GST 

Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.

10996680930

IFSC CODE

SBIN0000300

Bank Name

State Bank of India

Branch Address

Mumbai Main Branch

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.

Webinar details will be provided to the participants, after registration.

 

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