Location: BPP Online Classroom Live
Corporate criminal liability is seen by many as the key driving force behind changing corporate criminal behaviour, but how effective actually is it? This seminar will examine the historical issues with corporate criminal liability and evaluate whether the current corporate criminal liability landscape, and its future trajectory, is and will be effective in changing behaviour.
Why has corporate criminal liability struggled to date?
The current criminal liability landscape
Is it actually effective in changing behaviour?
The 2020 Financial Crime Prevention eCPD Seminar Series provides essential updates for those working in compliance and risk management roles, via an online classroom. This series will comprise 4 seminars of 60 minutes, covering a wide range of topics suitable for delegates attending from any International Financial Centre.
These four sessions are on 06 May, 15 May, 11 June and 06 July and are all outlined individually here on our ACSP website. These sessions can be booked separately for £27.50 each for ACSP members (£40 each for non members), or booked as a full series for all four seminars at £85 for ACSP members and £125 for non members.
06 May - Grand Theft Auto: how criminals steal millions and park it
15 May - Investment fraud update – round-up of regulatory action
11 June- Managing the risk of corporate criminal liability
06 July - Financial crime case studies
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.