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(Live Streaming) 10 Critical Lessons from the Changes to the US Department of Justice (DOJ)'s Guidance

26th Aug 2021
12:00PM - 1:00PM
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In 2019 and 2020, the compliance, audit, and risk functions were rocked when the Department of Justice published its surprise guidance. The guidance opened the curtain to answer the questions every company wants to know: if a prosecutor comes to look at our compliance program, how will they judge whether it’s good enough to receive mitigating credit so we get lower fines and penalties? The beauty of the guidance is that it asks all the questions so you know the right answers. The language of the guidance is critical. It gives insight as to what is important to the prosecutors, and what isn’t. Join our informative session where we unpack the most crucial pieces of the guidance so everyone can be better prepared.



Kristy Grant-Hart 

Kristy Grant-Hart
Spark Compliance Consulting

Kristy Grant-Hart is an expert at making compliance officers in-demand business assets.  She's the author of the best selling book, “How to be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer” and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Compliance Week, and on the cover of Compliance and Ethics Professional Magazine. She is CEO of Spark Compliance Consulting, and former professor at Delaware School of Law, Widener University, teaching Global Compliance and Ethics. 

Before launching Spark Compliance, Ms. Grant-Hart was the Chief Compliance Officer at United International Pictures, the joint distribution company for Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures in 65+ countries, where she was shortlisted for the Chief Compliance Officer of the Year at the Women in Compliance Awards.

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