Given the data-intensive nature of Financial Services, and the pervasive government investigations in this sector, companies in the financial services space must overcome unique challenges in managing electronically stored information. E-Discovery obligations in this industry require very precise management of ESI so that companies are compliant with court mandated production, but do not divulge information that could potentially damage commercial interests. In this environment, it is critical that financial services companies employ strategies in order to comply with regulations and effectively respond to government investigations, including conducting comprehensive, cost-efficient internal investigations. When your organization is investigated by a government agency, it is essential to understand what information is privileged and when it is in your best interest to produce the privileged information. Your organization must also understand how to properly present information to government regulators during investigations and enforcement activity.
IQPC has paid particular attention to these dynamics in crafting this year’s program. This program is particularly tailored to provide proven strategies that will allow you to move E-Discovery practice to a broader information governance management strategy. At this Summit you will benefit from an unparalleled mix of thought leaders and industry movers who will shape the future of E-Discovery and Information Governance for years to come. Some of the topics that will be discussed include:
Navigating the Perils of FCPA Investigations in the Financial Services Space
Conducting a Comprehensive, Cost-Efficient, and Fair Formal Internal Investigation
E-Discovery and Effectively Working Through Privilege Issues
Properly Packaging Information for Presentation to Government Regulators
Should You Self-Report? Discuss the Benefits and Risks Associated with Self-Reporting after an Internal Investigation
This is a must attend event to keep your organization up to speed on the developments and new horizons in this critical field.