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FAFPI open webinar on “Power of Data in the Fight Against Corruption”

26/08/2021 @ 14:00 - 15:40

Data can provide insights that can enhance your anti-corruption effort. For example, it can help you pinpoint hotspots, prioritise mitigation, reveal anomalies and make more informed decisions.

The Fight Against Facilitation Payments Initiative (FAFPI) invites you to join the “Power of Data in the Fight Against Corruption” webinar. Here you can learn more about the pros/cons from experienced compliance people and maybe jump-start your organisation’s data-enhanced journey.

FAFPI hosts a free webinar series in the coming period to share insights and best practices and discuss these challenges. This webinar is the second in the series and takes place on August 26, 2021, in collaboration with Global Compact and zooming in on the Power of Data in the Fight Against Corruption.

The agenda so far:

  • 14:00 Welcome to today’s webinar and why this session

    Ken Graversen, CEO, Timbed ApS, co-founder of FAFPI and member of FAFPI founders’ group & Gry Saul, DI Global Development & Sustainability

  • 14:05 Introduction to FAFPI and why join the movement

    Ken Graversen, co-founder of FAFPI and member of FAFPI founders’ group

  • 14:15 The Power of Data & experiences from the “field”

    What is good/bad about data? Where has data made a real difference? What are essential success factors when using data in compliance work?

    • Veronica Morino, Partner at Hibis – follow on LinkedIn
    • Speaker from Global Compact Network (TBC)
    • Speaker from a company using data in compliance (TBC)
    • Ken Graversen, how FAFPI will utilise data
    • Panel dialogue and Q&As
  • 15:00 The use of data in Compliance

    Matt Galvin, AB InBev, USA, Global Vice President, Ethics and Compliance & Vice-Chair, Anti-Corruption Committee at Business at OECD

  • 15:30 Wrap up/end of the webinar

    Ken Graversen & Gry Saul, FAFPI/DI


Gry Saul
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