Why on earth would you pay $3700+ to attend an FCPA Conference?
If staying updated on the most relevant information regarding the FCPA is critical to your job, then hearing directly from the DOJ and benchmarking with your trusted peers is a critical exercise that shouldn’t cost you almost $4000.
As you know, some American conference companies are charging almost $4000 to attend their FCPA events to gain access to the knowledge and insights that should be more freely accessible as reducing corruption is not only in your company’s interest, but in the public’s interest as well.
Momentum is pleased to again be working with the DOJ and almost two dozen seasoned anti-corruption, export controls and sanctions experts at our 9th annual ACES Summit, the only complimentary and invitation-only meeting for in-house and compliance executives this April in Tyson’s Corner, VA.
The calculus is simple:
You can obtain complimentary (free of charge) registration to Momentum’s ACES Summit where attendance is carefully curated to ensure that you will participate alongside 80%+ fellow in-house practitioners
You can pay an almost $4000 to attend another FCPA event where the only qualification is whether your company will swallow this incredible and unnecessary expense
So…Do yourself, your company and your expense account a favor this year, review the current list of registered attendees to Momentum’s ACES Summit (below as at January 5th) and for 2016 say “no more” to bearing the outrageous cost of hearing from the DOJ and other FCPA experts in order to ensure your company remains compliant.
Find out more at http://theacesummit.com/
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control
Big Heart Pet Brands
Bouygues Batiment International
Carestream Health, Inc.
Eastman Chemical Company
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Flipkart Internet Pvt Ltd
General Dynamics Canada Ltd.
Nexen Energy ULC
Northrop Grumman Corpor
Royal Bank of Scotland
Tahitian Pearl Consultants
Vista Outdoor Inc.
*List current as of Jan 6, 2016