The ACi held its first Immersive Workshop on 3rd May 2019. Kindly hosted by our Platinum Sponsor Kirkland and Ellis at their offices, delegates witnessed an investigative interview take place. The scenario was based around a reporter who suspected senior management of bid rigging. The interview was paused at various stages so that delegates could discuss the key issues and risks as they unfolded.
On the day the ACi was supported by Kirkland lawyers, Greyhawk on OSI, FRA on Forensic Accounting, Karl Obayi on e-discovery and Intersol on behavioural psychology. Delegates discussed how organisational culture plays a huge role in ethical behaviour. They also looked at the impact of speaking up for reporters. We looked at how investigations should be managed and tools and techniques for successful inverviewing.
We are delighted to say that the event was fully booked and 96% of delegates said they would come to another ACi training day.
ACi is delighted to be organising an event in partnership with RPC on 20th May 2019 from 9am to 10.30 am. Full details on our event page AI in Investigations.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Regulatory, Compliance and Investigations team is hosting a series of breakfast briefings on managing investigations.
The first session on Tuesday, 19th March will work through a case study and provide practical guidance on navigating the early stages of an investigation, focusing on:
Delegates can now register for our Workshop taking place on May 3rd. There is a special price of just £349 until 3rd April. Places are strictly limited so make sure you book early!
The workshop will benefit those who wish to develop their corporate investigations skills. The training will benefit HR, Compliance and Legal professionals who support or handle investigations and disputes.
Check out the full details for the event here.
The ACi is delighted to announce that Kirkland and Ellis, FRA and Global Investigations Review will be sponsoring our innovative training workshop to be held on May 3rd.
Full details of all our speakers and the agenda are available here.
We'd like to say thank you to all the delegates who attended our networking event last night. We had an impressive turn out for a wet Monday evening in February!
Our speaker Mark Hunting, senior counsel, BP, gave us food for thought as we discussed the challenges investigators face when compiling evidence in organisations with values-based cultures. We discussed how policies can help, but there was a lot of debate among delegates as to how this works in practice and especially across international borders.
The event was held in the spectacular Terrace Suite at Norton Rose Fulbright and we are grateful to them for hosting the event.
The ACi is delighted to be working with Deloitte on an important benchmarking survey to discover the investigations capability in organisations and to understand where their competencies lie and what improvements can be made. I
t's the first of its kind, and an exciting opportunity to share insightful data across industries to benchmark your own organisation and team.
Deloitte has issued the survey this week and we invite investigations professionals to complete the survey - it will take just a few minutes. https://bit.ly/2I9rxhJ
Global Investigations Review is looking for nominations for its 2019 Inside In-House special, which will acknowledge and highlight a select group of in-house investigators and their expertise and achievements.
GIR is looking for nominations of legal and non-legal in-house professionals who have handled (cross-border) investigations, government resolutions and related compliance matters. The deadline for nominations is 1 March.
For more information, please see GIR’s call for nominations (free-to-view) or contact GIR’s editor Marieke Breijer. https://lnkd.in/ehus8iP