Strengthening the Legal Framework: Recent Developments in Foreign Bribery Compliance

12 march 2024, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Register via zoom

Join us for an insightful lunchtime webinar focusing on the latest developments in foreign bribery compliance, particularly in the United States and Australia. This webinar and Q&A will look at the recent changes to foreign bribery in Australia and the US and how these changes can affect Australian companies with operations internationally.

When: 12.30pm – 1.30pm, Tuesday 12th March
Where: Zoom – register here
Speakers include: 

  • Abigail Gill is a lawyer and Partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth with 20 years’ experience in regulatory investigations, complex litigation and compliance, having worked in private practice at major Australian law firms and in the Legal and Ethics and Compliance teams of BHP. Abigail is also a TIA Board Member
  • Scott Greytak is the Director of Advocacy at TI US where he manages the office’s legislative agenda and oversees its Anticorruption Policy Lab. Scott previously worked as the Senior Counsel for RepresentUS where he helped pass over 20 state and local anticorruption reforms.
  • Clancy Moore is the CEO of Transparency International Australia. He has over 15 years’ experience in advocacy and international development in the Solomon Islands, Myanmar and Australia where he had leadership roles with Oxfam and ActionAid. He is a member of the Australian Open Government Partnership forum and civil society board member of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative which is the global standard of governance of the mining, oil and gas sector.

The Q&A session will be hosted by Clancy Moore (CEO, Transparency International Australia). And we welcome you to ask questions too.

We look forward to seeing you there!