New York, November 15, 2010
Whether it is new data privacy laws, stepped-up OSHA enforcement, or compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.S. companies need to stay abreast of the constantly changing regulatory environment in which they operate.
On Wednesday, November 17, at 11 a.m. ET, Marsh, the world's leading broker and risk advisor, will hold a one-hour webcast examining recent regulatory developments. The consequences for not addressing these properly could include fines, business closures, lawsuits, and reputational damage for companies.
Key issues that will be discussed include state and federal data privacy laws, federal financial practices reforms, compliance issues for multinational companies, stepped-up enforcement by government agencies, new environmental financial assurance requirements, and ongoing SEC efforts related to enterprise risk management.
The panel consists of: Mathew Allen, leader, Marsh's Enterprise Risk Services and Solutions Practice; Elizabeth Bannister, managing director, Marsh's Global Environmental Practice; Susan Friedman, senior vice president, Marsh's Financial and Professional Liability (FINPRO) Practice; John Hall, chairman, USLAW NETWORK; Joyce Long, leader, Marsh's Global Workforce Strategies Practice; James Overdahl, vice president, Oliver Wyman's NERA Securities and Finance Practice; and Robert Parisi, senior vice president, Marsh's FINPRO Practice.
Brian Elowe, a managing director of Marsh's Global Risk Management Division, will moderate the panel discussion. The webcast and replay are free of charge.