We are excited to be hosting Pam Hrubey, managing director in the Risk Business Unit at Crowe Horwath. Pam will be speaking on key topics related to tightening the link between ethics within compliance programs and internal controls. A few key questioned that will be answered include:
- What is an ethics and compliance program, and why is a connection between E&C and internal audit key?
- How can ethics and compliance leaders and internal auditors collaborate for the organization’s benefit while maintaining independence?
- What key attributes are indicators or effective collaboration?
Pam Hrubey is a regulatory compliance-focused managing director in Crowe Horwath’s Risk business unit. Pam experiences prior to joining Crowe include supporting pharmaceutical discovery research, human resources, information technology, clinical research (both communications and data management), and developing a global ethics and compliance program. Pam focused the last 15 years on ethics and compliance-related work including development of global ethics and compliance programs as deputy chief ethics and compliance officer, chief privacy officer, and head of enterprise risk management. Pam’s expertise and credentials include responding to government inquiries, implementing and overseeing a large corporate integrity agreement, supporting consent orders and remediation efforts related to working with regulators such as the DOJ, FTC, OIG/HHS, SEC, and international data protection authorizes.
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM - Light Breakfast and Registration
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM - Presentation and Q&A
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