MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 18, 2018
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The fallout from the 2016 Panama Papers investigation is ongoing, as indicated by recent business news headlines. Hear from the journalist who broke the case, Bastian Obermayer, at the 2019 European Compliance & Ethics Institute (ECEI), 10-13 March 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
Mr. Obermayer is a featured speaker at ECEI, the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics' (SCCE's) annual event for the European compliance and ethics community. His presentation, "How We Broke the Panama Papers," will cover how a cryptic message turned into one of journalism's biggest scoops and how a year-long investigation involving 400 journalists was kept secret.
"As recent indictments show, there are numerous lessons for compliance officers from the Panama Papers investigation," SCCE CEO Gerry Zack notes. "But hearing Bastian tell the inside story of how the high-stakes investigation unfolded makes for a compelling tale and adds much to the published accounts."
The 2019 ECEI includes an impressive lineup of speakers from more than 16 countries. They will present 30+ sessions on topics that address current compliance challenges from a global perspective, including data risk and GDPR, anti-corruption, trade sanctions, and fostering an ethical culture. More than 200 compliance and ethics professionals from 38+ countries are expected to attend. Learn more and register at europeancomplianceethicsinstitute.org.
Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) is a non-profit, member-based association for compliance and ethics professionals. Since 2004, SCCE has been championing ethical practices and compliance standards to promote lasting success and integrity of organizations worldwide and across all industries. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, SCCE serves 7,400+ members in 95+ countries around the globe.
SCCE offers 40+ educational conferences a year, weekly web conferences, publications, training resources, certification opportunities, and networking for career growth and program development.
Visit the SCCE website at www.corporatecompliance.org or call 888.277.4977.