Round table "Anti-corruption requirements for organizations: Actual problems of regulation and application"
On June 4 in the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, the Office of the Presidential Commissioner for the Protection of Entrepreneurs' Rights and the HSE Anti-Corruption Policy Design and Training Laboratory held a round table on the topic "Anti-corruption requirements for Organizations: problems of regulation and law enforcement". The event was held in a mixed format.
During the round table, issues of minimizing fraudulent risks in the corporate sphere were considered; issues of improving the regulation of the institution of compliance with anti-corruption requirements by organizations, as well as improving prosecutorial control in this area. The participants of the round table discussed possible measures to encourage business entities to implement anti-corruption measures, issues of including the latest digital technologies in the practice of compliance control.
Laboratory expert Alexey Ryabov, Ph.D. of Juridical Sciences, Head of the Expert Legal Center of the Presidential Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs, addressed the audience with a welcoming speech.
Moderator of the round table - Sergey Taut, Deputy Head of the Laboratory, Head of the Legal GR Practice and Anti-Corruption Compliance of the Pepelyaev Group, Co-head of the Master's Program of the HSE Faculty of Law "Compliance and Prevention of Legal Risks in the Corporate, Public and Non-profit sector" made a presentation on the topic "Anti-corruption requirements for organizations: actual problems of regulation and application".
Artem Tsirin – Ph.D. of Juridical Sciences, laboratory expert, Acting Head of the Department of Anti-Corruption Methodology of ISiSP told the participants about "Administrative and legal guidelines for stimulating organizations to implement anti-corruption measures."
Sergey Parkhomenko, Ph.D. of Sociological Sciences, Deputy Head of the laboratory, made a presentation on the topic "Bureaucracy or an ethical approach to combating corruption in the public and corporate sectors."
Gennady Porosenkov, an expert at the laboratory, spoke about "Anti-corruption requirements for organizations and KPIs of law enforcement officers."
The head of the laboratory, Dina Krylova, in her comment noted that the issue of the upcoming approval by the President of the Russian Federation of the next National Anti-Corruption Plan is relevant due, inter alia, to the urgent need to fill in the specific content of Article 13.3 of the Federal Anti-Corruption Law.
The event was also attended by members of the Public Chamber, representatives of legislative and executive bodies of state power of the Russian Federation, representatives of authorities of constituent entities of the Russian Federation, industry public associations, as well as the business community (heads of compliance departments, legal departments, employees of financial control and security services, top management of major corporations and companies of all forms of ownership) and experts of the relevant profile.