GRC Solutions has pleasure in inviting you to attend a lunchtime seminar presentation Whistleblowing 2.0 – making whistleblowing work, considering post policy practicalities.
We are delighted to have Kirsten Trott, an international expert on whistleblowing systems, to speak on this very relevant topic. Kirsten is the founder of Moken Consulting, a boutique consultancy focused on advising companies how to move beyond compliance and get their whistleblowing systems working in practice. Prior to this Kirsten spent several years working internationally where she was at the forefront of promoting whistleblowing in the UK’s push for more transparent and accountable corporate culture in the early 2000s. More recently she ran the global whistleblowing program for Standard Chartered Bank out of Singapore. She has also worked in Anti-Money Laundering policy for Standard Chartered in other risk and compliance roles within the bank.
Now that policies are in place, Kirsten will guide the audience through the next steps for whistleblowing. With years of experience and a sense of humour, she will provide anecdotes on where other organisations have got whistleblowing wrong (and how you can get it right). The discussion will specifically address:
- Policy implementation imperatives
- Policy commitments and processes in practice
- How to avoid the big fines –providing practical protections
- Monitoring and reporting on your whistleblowing data – who needs to know what.
Take this opportunity to ask an expert all those questions on whistleblowing you always wanted to ask.
We look forward to you joining us and invite you to confirm your registration below.
DATE AND TIME
Date: Wednesday 19th February 2020
Time: 12 noon AWST
Where: FLUX | Basement Level | 191 Georges Terrace | Perth
Duration: 1.5 hours
Kirsten Trott | Founder and Principal Consultant @ Moken Consulting
Kirsten’s deep understanding of the experience of whistleblowing has long informed her advice to organisations on their internal whistleblowing systems. She has extensive experience in making whistleblowing work for organisations and in dealing with some of the difficult issues that arise in whistleblowing matters.