Speaking Engagement

Andrew S. Boutros to Present at ACI 7th Global Forum on Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets

“The Modus Operandi of Corruption: Detecting Bribery Schemes, High Risk Structures, Hidden Parties and other Questionable Transactions”

7/19/2016

Washington, D.C.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
1330 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20024
On July 19, Seyfarth Shaw LLP partner Andrew S. Boutros, National Co-Chair of the firm’s White Collar, Internal Investigations and False Claims Act Team, will participate in the ACI 7th Annual Global Forum on Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington. Mr. Boutros, a former federal prosecutor in Chicago, will present on the panel “The Modus Operandi of Corruption: Detecting Bribery Schemes, High Risk Structures, Hidden Parties and other Questionable Transactions.”
 
Mr. Boutros’ panel will discuss:
  • What are the main red flags for transactions used to channel bribes and the various schemes employed to evade internal controls?
  • How to manage conflicts of interest, collusive deals undertaken by corrupt employees, and classic signs of corrupt behavior
  • How bribery schemes are becoming increasingly sophisticated and how you can detect them
  • How bribery schemes differ among high risk markets and among specific industries
  • The convergence of corruption, tax evasion and money-laundering, and how to avoid becoming entangled in these activities
  • How to be proactive with appropriate controls to avoid involvement in other illegal activities associated with corruption
  • The Panama Papers: How to minimize the risks associated with offshore distribution structures

For more information and to register, please click here.