SESSION 2 – Due Diligence and Ethics & Compliance Metrics and Reporting

Ethics and compliance reporting arises as part of the global need to ensure that businesses are proactively tackling their internal and external vulnerabilities. It has been argued by various academic and business specialists that ethics and compliance reporting enhances one company’s reputation and positioning. European Union have emphasized more and more this aspect by adopting a Directive on non-financial reporting (Directive 2014/95/UE) and other on anti-money laundering and transparency of listed companies, by issuing a recommendation concerning corporate governance reporting (Recommendation 2014/208/EU) and consulting on a Directive on corporate governance. At the same time, international organisations like OECD, WEF, IMF and WB have been active promoters of enhanced transparency in private and public sectors.

This forth session will deal with ethics and compliance audit, non-financial reporting and tools and frameworks available for large, middle and small enterprises, as well as practical experience from Romanian pioneers in the field of corporate transparency.

 

Session Chair: Laura Florea (Point Public Affairs)

Forum Agenda | February 11, 2016

08.30.–09.00.   Registration & Welcome Coffee
10.30.–10.45.   Coffee Break
10.45.–12.15.   SESSION 2 “Ethics & Compliance Metrics & Reporting”
12.15.–13.30.   Networking Lunch
15.00.–15.15.   Coffee Break
16.45.–17.15.   CONCLUDING REMARKS

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