Whistleblowing Report 2017 – Practice in the Swiss private sector / 21 November – Zurich

21 November, 5:30 – 7:00 pm, LALIVE, Stampfenbachplatz 4, 8006 Zurich (5min from Zurich HB)

The University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur and Integrity Line GmbH present the new study to the ECS Working Group Whistleblowing.

Until now, compliance officers had to consult international studies in order to assess their own whistleblowing processes‘ effectiveness. The Whistleblowing Report 2017 is the first scientific study that provides descriptive and analytical statistics to answer questions relating to the organization and structure of internal reporting of misconduct in Swiss-based enterprises. The study includes benchmarks and statistically backed guidelines that allow to improve quality and quantity of the misconduct reports companies receive.

We invite you to stay after the presentation to discuss the new results over some snacks and drinks. The presentation is held in English, the Whistleblowing Report 2017 is available in German.

The participation of the event is free of charge, but places are limited. If you wish to reserve a place, send an email to info@ethics-compliance.ch with your name, title, and company.

WG Anti-bribery meeting, 7 December 2017, Basel

The Anti-bribery Working Group will hold a meeting on 7 December 2017 at the Basel Institute’s offices at 60 Steinenring Basel starting at 5pm. There will be a  look-back review of legal and regulatory developments in 2017 and a discussion on likely future trends in 2018. We would like to use this opportunity to establish the WG as a regular meeting, we would appreciate hearing from the members as regards the compliance ABC issues that would be of interest and relevance to your daily work. Everyone is therefore welcome to come and contribute to the discussions, and we look forward to your participation. Please send an email to register your attendance to info@ethics-compliance.ch