Geneva Roundtable Lunch and Discussion
In a changing world, it’s more important now than ever that ethics and compliance programmes match the needs of a modern-day workforce.
In this highly interactive lunch hosted by Convercent, we’re bringing Swiss ethics and compliance executives together for an exclusive roundtable event to discuss the industry’s biggest developments and challenges.
THIS EVENT IS PACKED WITH:
- Network with programme leaders – for fresh insights on how to elevate your programme and cultivate values
- Understand the role technology plays – in operationalising ethics. Learn how leading organisations are moving from reactive compliance management to a proactive programme
- Learn from industry experts – on the changing landscape and the latest industry trends
DISCUSSIONS WILL INCLUDE:
- How current societal movements are affecting ethics and compliance programmes
- How to influence company culture to move away from traditional practices and veer towards an ethical transformation
- One of the industry’s biggest challenges – benchmarking! Review context around benchmarking data, not just trends, to better present to your stakeholders
- Leave with useful materials: 30 different KPIs which could be used to measure effectiveness + a self-assessment form for the new DOJ guidelines
- Learn pain points and best practices from your peers while also discussing opportunities
- A strong support network of ethics and compliance colleagues to lean on after the event’s conclusion and resources to help you be successful
Join Us – Free
Thursday 14th November 2019
11:30am – 2:00pm
Hotel Le Richemond Geneva
11:30 – 11:45pm
Check-in & Networking
11:45 – 12:00pm
Introductions and defining success in the new ethics and compliance landscape
12:00 – 1:45pm
Interactive Roundtable Discussion
1:45 – 2:00pm
Closing Thoughts & Best Practice Highlight
Patrick Quinlan, Chief Executive Officer, Convercent
An entrepreneur at heart, Patrick Quinlan has a passion and skill for building companies from the ground up. Prior to leading Convercent’s executive team, Patrick served as Chief Executive Officer of Rivet Software, another technology firm operating in the governance, risk and compliance space. In just two years, he propelled Rivet’s quarterly revenue from $240,000 to $12 million – an achievement that earned the company a #6 placement on the 2011 Inc. 500 List among software firms and a #60 listing overall. A founding partner of Nebbiolo Ventures, Patrick has also served as CEO of ServiceSelect and Delta Translation, which was successfully sold to LFI in 1999.
Ready to Network?
Join us in Geneva for an interactive Converge Roundtable Lunch!