Many organizations have taken a hyper-cautious, heavy-handed approach to their gifts, travel and entertainment (GT&E) policies to avoid the practice—or perception, even—of corruption. Though done in good faith, this focus is misplaced. What matters more than a thoughtfully drafted and well-publicized gifts and entertainment policy is a company’s ability to show adoption of and adherence to those policies—and irrefutable proof of a lack of corrupt intent. In today’s fast-moving, hyper-connected business environment, that’s much easier said than done. During this interactive roundtable discussion, GES attendees will share and learn the challenges and best practices around GT&E compliance, including:
- How to solicit and approve disclosures before action is taken
- How to monitor and verify what was disclosed against what actually happened
- The relationship between GT&E policies, procedures and responses
- How to engage HR and finance
- Autumn Sanelli, Solutions Consultant, Convercent
- Dave Smith, EVP of Sales, Convercent
Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
What is a Peer-to-Peer Exchange?
Peer-to-Peer Exchanges are exclusive, small group discussions limited to in-house compliance and legal professionals. These closed-door sessions offer attendees an open forum to discuss critical topics, best practices and challenges they face in a private and intimate setting. Peer-to-Peers are led by subject matter experts and take place during regular breakout sessions during the Summit.