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Anti-Corruption & Bribery

Internal Investigations Best Practices Webinar


Jun 28, 2016

internal investigations webinar

In this webinar, Farzad Barkhordari, President of Workplace Answers, and Leslie Benton, Vice President of Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement at CREATE.org, discuss best practices for conducting effective internal investigations.

Topics Covered in the Webinar

  • Elements of an internal investigation
  • Best practices for interviews, document review and transactions testing and spotting red flags
  • Corrective actions and ongoing monitoring
  • Putting an effective anti-corruption training program in place

Companies across the globe are under intense pressure to show good corporate governance, and must maintain compliance with federal, state and local anti-corruption laws. So when confronted with allegations of wrongdoing, it’s necessary to conduct an internal investigation.

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Presenters

Farzad Barkhordari

Farzad Barkhordari is the President of Workplace Answers, and formerly the founder and CEO of Click 4 Compliance. Farzad is a specialist in global anti-corruption and headed the global anti-corruption team at Sun Microsystems. He has advised clients on complex compliance issues, conducted internal investigations and has extensive experience in emerging markets.


Leslie Benton

Leslie Benton is the Vice President of Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement of CREATE.org. A lawyer by training, Ms. Benton is widely recognized for her experience in navigating the complex legal and regulatory landscape for NGOs and Fortune 500 companies in addition to her expertise in corporate compliance and governance, anti-corruption reform, and trade policy.

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