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La compliance – défis et opportunités: comment construire et mettre en œuvre un programme efficace de compliance

du 20 au 21 avril 2015 à Paris, France

  1. 1Présentation
  2. 2Programme
  3. 3Information et inscription
  4. 4Préparation du voyage
  5. 5Formateurs
  1. 6Conditions générales
  2. 7Rapports
  3. 8Liste des participants Accès restreint
  4. 9Galerie photos



The UIA is proud to present this Course which is part of the UIA 2015 Training Courses Programme. The objective of our Training Courses is to provide comprehensive tools in specific and/or specialist areas of the law or in specific projects, by offering advanced-level “master classes” held by outstanding expert trainers.
The UIA aims to provide excellence at reasonable cost, given its non-profit nature and institutional role.
The course is held over one and half day, with 1 trainer.
The sessions will be highly interactive. 
Minimum number of participants: 20
Maximum number of participants: 32
Compliance is one of the most essential features of a company’s structure and operations, as has been highlighted by recent public scandals affecting the reputation of major multinationals. Reputation is the most important asset of a company, and compliance helps in safeguarding it. The objective of this Training Course is to introduce participants to compliance, its fundamentals, the challenges to compliance, the benefits of a thorough compliance programme, its building blocks, their implementation into a company’s operations, the review and reporting mechanisms, and how to conduct internal investigations if an issue occurs.
Jean-Claude Najar, the trainer, is with Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP law firm in their Paris and Istanbul offices, and practices compliance and arbitration. He is an expert in all aspects of compliance for having had Compliance Departments reporting to him during his 24-year tenure in senior legal positions in General Electric Co. (GE), including GE Capital its highly regulated financial services business, GE Healthcare, GE Oil & Gas, and GE France. He has worked on numerous compliance matters, and has a wealth of experience in devising global compliance programmes, in cross-business compliance, and in internal investigations. Mr. Najar teaches compliance at Sciences Po and in the healthcare compliance programs of INSEAD, and of Seton Hall Law School/Sciences Po. He is a member of the ETHIC Intelligence anti-corruption Certification Committee and serves on the OECD’s task force devising a MENA anti-corruption guide.
In this highly interactive training, he will share best practices and examples with participants on how to build an effective compliance programme and how to “operationalize” it to make it truly effective.
Lawyers, in-house and corporate counsel, compliance professionals, auditors, internal control, financial services professionals, business managers, all those interested in the building blocks and in the implementation of a solid compliance structure, in understanding the challenges and difficulties, in risk assessment and abatement, whistleblowing, concern reporting and resolution, in areas as diverse as anti-corruption, working with third parties, competition law, and financial services regulatory compliance, to provide the business with adequate policies, tools and processes, including an overview on how to conduct internal investigations.


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