Individuals and entities are well advised to assess the nature of their activities and businesses, including products, services, supply chains and the regions where they operate, to devise an appropriate compliance framework capable of responding quickly to changes in the sanctions landscape. Issues which arise in the context of day-to-day business operations often require input from sanctions specialists.
Most regulators expect senior management to understand the bribery and corruption risks faced by the firm, the materiality of the risks to its business, and the extent to which the firm’s anti-bribery and corruption systems and controls are adequate and effective. EBII’s bespoke training will cover this requirement.
Good conduct and culture are not just a regulatory requirement for firms. It also provides firms with a competitive advantage – customers are more likely to choose firms they believe will treat them fairly. So monitoring and focusing on the actual outcomes of staff conduct is crucial for firms today.
Regulators expect senior management to understand the bribery and corruption risks faced by their firm, the materiality of the risks to its business, and the extent to which the firm’s anti-bribery and corruption systems and controls are adequate and effective.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are increasingly seen by shareholders as a window into the future and are viewed as a business imperative. They manage risks while capitalizing on opportunities. Conscientious investors must now take into account environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors and focus on the wider impact of how they choose to invest their money. EBII training programs at executive level management to help these organisations better understand the impact of this new and emerging class of risks on your firm and clients.
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The summit is a call to action for African political leaders, policymakers, regulatory authorities, leading bilateral/multilateral development finance institutions; private equity and impact investments funds; banks and other financial institutions to come together reflect on these issues, and share their insights on the prospects of ESG and financial crime compliance in supporting growth and development of the African continent.
Our annual summit creates the opportunity for African institutions, regulatory bodies and governments to reposition firmly as vanguards of the policy environment and, in so doing, purposefully change the narratives around investment risk in Africa.
This is an opportunity for our attendees to access African expertise and gain clarity on investment risks and mitigations of the African markets.