EY Forensic EYe live webinars

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EY’s Forensic EYe webinar series focuses on some of the most contentious issues facing businesses.

The webinars provide practical insights based on EY's work in these areas with leading companies, and the opportunity for you to ask our teams questions. Recent webinars from our series have tackled bribery and corruption due diligence, cybercrime, corporate integrity, and whistleblowing. You can listen by clicking on the titles below.

If you would like to be invited to listen to our forthcoming webinars, please email your contact details to FIDS.UKI@uk.ey.com.


EY - Could you be failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

Could you be failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion, bribery or a wider range of economic crimes?

Businesses that fail to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion will be criminally liable from 1 September 2017. This is the latest use of the ‘failure to prevent’ mechanism that began with the UK Bribery Act, and is now taking steps towards reality for the broad category of ‘economic crime’. The good news for business is that the defences to ‘failure to prevent’ are remarkably similar. This webinar discusses the impact on businesses, where ‘failure to prevent’ might be applied next, and the necessity for a coordinated legal, compliance and tax approach.


EY - In this age of transparency, will you be left exposed?

In this age of transparency, will you be left exposed?

The market impact of unintended data disclosure has been estimated at $230bn. Companies need to protect themselves from the threat of large scale and high profile data leaks, whilst simultaneously being able to discuss sensitive or confidential matters internally and satisfy the demands of information-hungry regulators. This webinar discusses how increased levels of transparency could impact your business.


EY - Digital data disruption

Digital data disruption is here – can Forensic Data Analytics bring clarity to the chaos?

From intricate accounting systems to network security and social media, data is the backbone of the corporate world. This webinar discusses how Forensic Data Analytics can generate opportunities and competitive advantage for your business, as well as support legal, regulatory and investigative challenges.


EY - Third party intermediaries: Helping you grow or growing your risk?

Third party intermediaries: Helping you grow or growing your risk?

Our webinar looks at how third party intermediaries may expose a company to risks, and provides a practical insight into third party due diligence.


EY - Webinar special: EMEIA Fraud Survey 2015

Webinar special: EMEIA Fraud Survey 2015

The current market environment still presents a significant challenge but robust compliance and good ethical standards can go hand-in-hand with growth. This webinar summarises the key findings of the survey and our view of the implications for business, including from a UK and financial services perspective.


EY - Whistleblowing – silence is not golden

Whistleblowing – silence is not golden

Corporate scandals have had devastating consequences across organisations in both public and private sectors. In many cases, an effective whistleblowing framework could have either prevented the wrongdoing, or given the organisation time to limit the harm to its reputation. This webinar discusses the importance of a robust whistleblowing framework, and the impact of an organisation’s culture on its effectiveness.


EY - Why Corporate Integrity and Compliance should be your priority

Why Corporate Integrity and Compliance should be your priority

Building a reputation for integrity takes years, but can be lost in an instant. Stakeholders now have much higher expectations of their employer's and suppliers' integrity, and regulators have also raised the stakes. This webinar discusses what a culture of Corporate Integrity means for businesses, and how to achieve and measure it.


EY - Cybercrime – no longer a question of ‘if’ or ‘when’

Cybercrime – no longer a question of ‘if’ or ‘when’

There are two types of company – those who know they have been a victim of cybercrime, and those who don’t. The question is no longer one of ‘if’ your company will be breached, or even ‘when’ – It has already happened. The real questions are: are you aware of it, and how well are you protected for the future? Our webinar discusses the impact of cybercrime on industry, people and government; who is behind the threats, why you are being hacked; and steps to take to mitigate the threat.