A group of more than 80 people representing the private sector, trade associations and the academic sector met to share their experience in the discussion on Corporate Governance and Compliance: A new challenge for companies in Peru?, organized by the Group Graña y Montero in collaboration with the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA).
It should be recalled that the Graña y Montero Group has proposed, as part of its strengthening process, to lead risk management, corporate governance and compliance, not only in Peru, but also in the region, with the aforementioned panel being a clear example of the work that is being done to fulfill its objective.
For Augusto Baertl, Chairman of the Board of the Graña y Montero Group, said that “This event seeks to highlight the role that compliance management should play in private companies in the front of the challenges that our country is facing within the framework of the fight against corruption.
Who were the panelist?
The activity was attended by prominent international panelists such as:
- Gemma Aiolfi, Director of Compliance and Corporate Governance at the Basel Institute on Governance in Switzerland.
- Gregory Paw, partner in the law firm Pepper Hamilton and former director of the Criminal Justice Division of New Jersey.
- Richard Messick, expert in legal development and anti-corruption.
- Sandra Orihuela, FCPA specialist and founder of Orihuela Abogados.
- Fernando Dyer, corporate manager of Risks and Compliance of the Graña y Montero Group, as moderator.
What topics where adressed?
Among the main topics addressed by the panelists were: Compliance strategies and roles of the different sectors, good international compliance practices, the current framework in Peru and the region and the upcoming challenges in the fight against corruption.