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Member Events

TRACE Forum

THE PREMIER ANTI-BRIBERY BENCHMARKING AND BEST PRACTICES SHARING EVENT

The TRACE Forum brings member companies together annually to exchange best practices and discuss compliance trends. Held in Washington, D.C., the event provides senior compliance professionals with the opportunity to reconnect with peers, build new relationships and learn from one another. Key enforcement officials from the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission, senior compliance executives, anti-bribery practitioners and TRACE experts convene at the TRACE Forum to discuss the latest compliance challenges and how to effectively respond.

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Employees* of TRACE Member companies may register for this event by sending an email including their name, title and company affiliation to [email protected]

* Each TRACE Member is initially permitted to send one representative at no charge. An additional representative may be added to our waitlist.

TASA graduates may apply credits earned from attending TRACE events towards TASA renewal. Graduates may earn one credit for attending the Pre-Forum Workshop and up to five credits for attending the TRACE European Forum. No more than five credits can be applied towards TASA renewal.


TRACE London Forum

EFFECTIVELY RESPOND TO THE CHANGING EUROPEAN REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

London, United Kingdom

 

We ​are ​pleased ​to ​announce ​the ​TRACE ​London ​Forum, developed to better accommodate our growing community of UK & European Member Companies and in response to the increased focus on corporate compliance programs. The event is held annually in London and provides members in the region with a platform to share best practices, address evolving compliance challenges and hear from regulators. View the agenda  for the 2019 London Forum taking place on 24-25 October 2019.

TASA candidates may earn up to 5 credits for attending the TRACE London Forum. 

Representatives of TRACE Member companies attend the TRACE London Forum free of charge. Pre-registration is required and is limited to one representative per company. Additional representatives will be added to our waiting list.

 

Anti-Bribery Workshops

IN-PERSON TRAINING FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES AND THIRD PARTIES WORLDWIDE

TRACE workshops are held internationally throughout the year and provide member companies with the opportunity to train local employees and third parties on anti-bribery fundamentals and best practices. Speakers include senior compliance and business executives from multinational companies, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises, TRACE Partner Firms and TRACE experts. Workshops are attended by members of the business and compliance community for whom such training is either unavailable locally or prohibitively expensive. Employees and intermediaries of TRACE member companies attend free of charge.

TASA candidates may earn up to 3 credits for attending a TRACE workshop.

Registration is initially limited to 2 representatives per company. Additional representatives may attend if space allows.

2016 Workshops

  • January 21, 2016 - Accra, Ghana
  • March 24, 2016 - Bucharest, Romania
  • March 29, 2016 - Vilnius, Lithuania
  • April 19, 2016 - Shanghai, China
  • April 25, 2016 - Bangalore, India
  • September 19, 2016 - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2017 Workshops

  • 13 February - Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 22 May - Beijing, China
  • 21 September - São Paulo, Brazil

2018 Workshops

  • 1 March - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • 15 May - Mexico City, Mexico
  • 20 September - São Paulo, Brazil
  • 19 October - Singapore

 
Presentations from these events are available in the members-only Resource Center.

2019 Workshops

São Paulo, Brazil 

Buenos Aires, Argentina

   

 

Member Webinars 

 

China – The Current State of Play: Spotlight on Anti-Bribery Risks, Investigations and the China Competition Regime

Date: Wednesday, 2 October 2019
Time: 1:00 pm EDT (6:00 pm GMT +1)
Language: English 
Presenter: Nathan Bush, Head of Investigations, Asia; Head of Antitrust & Competition, Asia, DLA Piper

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Navigating the Intersection of Anti-Bribery and Trade Compliance

Date: Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Time: 1:00 pm EDT (6:00 pm GMT +1)
Language: English 
Presenter: Dr. Malcolm Gammisch, Global Compliance Manager, DHL Global Forwarding, Freight

Register

Webinars are offered to TRACE Members through the TASA: TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation® program which includes over 100 online courses taught by a world-renowned faculty. Learn more about TASA by visiting www.traceinternational.org/accreditation.

The Global Anti-Bribery In-House Network (GAIN)

STAY AHEAD OF REGULATORY AND ENFORCEMENT DEVELOPMENTS WORLDWIDE 

Held every second year in a different world capital, the Global Anti-Bribery In-House Network brings together TRACE Member Companies and Partner Firms to discuss corruption risks and enforcement trends around the world.


GAIN Registration Details

TRACE Partner Law Firms and TRACE member companies attend free of charge. Registration is initially limited to one representative per company or partner law firm. 

 

Roundtables

ADVANCED DISCUSSIONS ON COMPLIANCE BEST PRACTICES

Throughout the year, TRACE hosts complimentary senior-level roundtables in the U.S. and worldwide. Roundtables are led by a senior TRACE representative and offer TRACE members the opportunity to discuss compliance challenges and solutions with their peers in a small group setting.

Space is limited and is first come, first served. Roundtables are open to in-house counsel, compliance officers and international marketing managers. Attendance is by invitation-only.

Attendees are invited to submit discussion topics and questions in advance of the roundtable by writing to [email protected].

Roundtable Topics

Attendees are invited to submit discussion topics and questions in advance of roundtables by writing to [email protected].

  • Anti-bribery regulatory and enforcement developments

  • Risk-based third party due diligence – global standards and best practices
  • Compliance program enhancements – how to keep up with evolving standards

  • Other discussion topics include training and communications, gifts and hospitality, risk assessments, sponsorship and donations, and effective internal controls 

Upcoming Roundtables:

Memphis, Tennessee

Geneva, Switzerland

Paris, France

 

Rome, Italy

 

If you wish to request an invitation or learn more about upcoming TRACE roundtables, please email [email protected] with your name, title, company affiliation and contact information.