Webinar | How to Design an Effective Speak Up Programme
Never before have whistleblowing procedures played such a critical role in effective compliance programmes and good corporate governance. Recent corporate failings and regulatory initiatives both in the UK and across Europe have forced professionals responsible for internal whistleblowing to keep up with best practices while also looking forward at emerging opportunities and challenges.
In this webinar, we examine whistleblowing procedures in organisations based on a comprehensive study of whistleblowing procedures at 1,400 companies across Europe including 400 British Companies. This research was conducted by the Chur University of Applied Sciences (HTW Chur) in partnership with EQS Group. Our panel of experts will discuss the issues covered in the report, share best practices based on their experiences and look ahead to the future of whistleblowing and the legal framework that governs it.
Date: October 9, 2019 | Duration: 1 hour
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Attend to learn about:
- How your arrangements compare with peers
- What’s often missing in procedures and processes
- How to protect employees against retaliation
- Regulatory changes in the pipeline in the UK (APPG Whistleblowing, EU Directive)
About EQS Group
Established in 2000 and trusted by thousands of companies worldwide, EQS Group provides intuitive digital compliance solutions that help you comply with regulations and meet best practice.
Whether you need to manage insider lists or gifts and hospitality, store and effectively communicate your policies, address conflicts of interest or misconduct and minimise risk, we can help. Our goal is to equip Compliance Professionals with the power of simple workflows, automated processes, advanced analytics, and simplified reporting to make their job easier. In addition to its compliance product suite, EQS Group provides investor relations digital solutions.
Today the group employs more than 400 professionals and has offices in the world’s key financial markets.