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New EU-wide whistleblowing regulations have been proposed by the European Commission, and recent scandals such as Cambridge Analytica and the Panama Papers have pushed whistleblowing further in to the public consciousness. As institutional and media attention continues to grow, it becomes increasingly important that organisations understand how to manage whistleblowing effectively.
This on-demand webinar, presented in partnership with EQS Group, shows you why whistleblowing should be a boardroom issue in life sciences. You will learn how to protect your business from unforeseen risks and the advantages of having an effective whistleblowing framework in place.
During this webinar you will learn:
- Why whistleblowing is currently such a hot topic and why it should be high on the agenda for life sciences companies.
- How the newly proposed EU-wide whistleblowing rules would impact companies.
- What the financial, reputational, legal, and workforce risks are of not addressing whistleblowing correctly.
- How to effectively manage whistleblowing and best practice approaches.
- What the benefits are of having an effective whistleblowing management system in place and the role of culture in enabling this.
SpeakersViviane Joynes, Managing Director at EQS Group
Viviane is Managing Director of EQS Group’s London office. EQS Group provides digital investor relations and compliance services to more than 2,300 companies globally and serves the world’s major financial markets from its 16 international locations.
Jane Mitchell, Director at JL&M Ltd and Karian and Box Ltd
Jane guides and advises organisations through the embedding of their values and ethics programmes as they seek to develop healthy and positive corporate cultures.
Hannah Netherton, Senior Associate in the employment team at CMS
Hannah advises employers and senior executives on a full range of contentious and non-contentious employment law matters, including employment litigation, corporate transactions, outsourcings and day-to-day employment issues.
Moderator: Louise Fordham, Editor at Biotech and Money
The 45-minute webinar was broadcast live at 2pm on 9 May 2018. You can listen to it on-demand at any time via the link below:
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