Jitka Logesová, partner at Kinstellar’s Prague office and head of compliance, risk and sensitive investigation practice; and Ákos Nagy, counsel at Kinstellar’s Budapest office, will be speaking at the upcoming two-day GCM Parker “Business Ethics Anti-corruption Compliance & Fraud Prevention Strategies in CEE, SEE & CIS” conference in Prague.
Recent experience from across Europe shows that companies are increasingly vulnerable and exposed to fraud and corruption risks. The key driver for this seems to be the current economic conditions. Senior managers have acknowledged that Central & Eastern Europe in particular poses specific challenges that require active attention from senior management.
Jitka and Ákos will speak about their experience advising companies facing corruption risks in Emerging Europe and Anti-Corruption Enforcement in CEE.
Kinstellar’s compliance, risk and sensitive investigations practice is a market leader in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Turkey and Kazakhstan.