Anti-corruption, compliance regulations and ethics are becoming an increasingly important and vital part of the mining industry. As seen in recent years, the cost of not adhering to international anti corruption laws or not having a solidified and uniform compliance program can be detrimental to the financial health, reputational standing, and overall success of a company. International governments are increasingly cracking down on corruption in the natural resources sector, often revising their laws and regulations to add transparency into the industry. Mining companies are facing a growing need to create organizational compliance programs that satisfy all the complex regulatory requirements and can be understand by its entire employee workforce scattered across the globe. Meeting these requirements necessitates proper due diligence and risk assessment of all parties involved in a company’s mining operation. a task easier said than done.
Mining Journal therefore brings you the first ever Global Anti-Corruption and Compliance in Mining conference in Toronto. As a globally focused gathering of mining companies and corruption and compliance professionals it's your chance to ensure you mitigate the risks of noncompliance to your mining project or operations. More importantly, this event serves as a testament to the industry's ability to come together as one and combat a common issue: corruption.
Conference Only - Mining Companies : USD 1895
Conference Only - Service Providers: USD 2495
From: December 10, 2014 09:00
To: December 12, 2014 17:00
The Grand Hotel & Suites, 225 Jarvis St, M5B 2C1, Toronto, Canada