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​Partner Webinar: SEC Investigations: Are There Benefits to Cooperation and Self-Reporting?

Sign up for the latest complimentary Anti-Fraud Collaboration webinar, SEC Investigations: Are There Benefits to Cooperation and Self-Reporting? and understand the real implications of proactively engaging in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement Formal Cooperation Program.

Self-reporting organizational fraud is encouraged by the SEC through the cooperation program’s various benefit levels, accrued by individuals and companies through a weighed scale based on four broad factors: self-policing, self-reporting, remediation, and cooperation. Today, companies and boards continue to struggle with when and how to accurately report organizational fraud, and the potential inherent risks for not self-reporting.

Join your peers on Tuesday, Dec. 13, from 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET as an expert panel, moderated by the Center for Audit Quality’s Executive Director Cindy Fornelli, ponders considerations for self-reporting, the necessary decision makers, and the most recent enforcement actions involving cooperation agreements. Hear directly from Karen Brockmeyer, SEC chief of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit, Tesoro’s Rodney Chase, KPMG Partner Timothy Hedley, and Sidley Austin Partner Fiona Philip.

Webinar participants will explore the inner workings of the SEC Cooperation Program, including recent cooperation agreement trends and the latest agreement enforcement actions. Participate in discussions on real-world examples of self-reporting companies, and hear from SEC experts on what you need to know to ensure your organization takes the right steps after fraud is detected. Attendees will also understand how the Commission defines cooperation and when self-reporting is the right step for their organization.

If you are a key player in the financial reporting supply chain, including all audit committee members, financial executives, internal auditors and external auditors, you cannot miss this complimentary fraud webinar. Register now.

This free webinar series is sponsored in part by the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), Financial Executives International (FEI), The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), and The IIA. This free event qualifies for 1.5 CPE credits and 1 NACD Skill-Specific Credit.