The Khayelitsha/Mitchells Plain Chapter, in partnership with ENSafrica, invites you to the first session of the Forensic Series.
This session will focus on compliance risks and how these are amplified by the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Introduction and overview
- Business compliance environment
- Various risk scenarios
- Overview of the effect the pandemic had on these risks
- What to look out for
Roy Gillespie is an Executive in ENSafrica's Forensics department. He specialises in the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud, bribery and corruption, as well as other forms of financial crime in the public and private sectors. He has wide-ranging experience in conducting anti-bribery risk assessments, due diligence, compliance reviews, anti-bribery training and remediation work for multinationals.
Roy's qualifications are as follows:
- Master's Degree – Forensic Investigation (University of South Africa)
- BTech Forensic Investigation (University of South Africa)
- National Diploma in Police Administration (Technikon RSA)
- Certificate in Forensic Examination (University of the Western Cape)
- Certificate in Money Laundering Control (University of Johannesburg)
- Certificate in Crime Intelligence (Technikon Pretoria)
- ISO37001 Anti-Bribery Management System – Lead Implementer
- ISO/IEC 27032 Lead Cybersecurity Manager
Adrian Roux is a Consultant in ENSafrica's Forensics department. He specialises in conducting forensic investigations as well as anti-bribery and corruption compliance work. He has acted for listed entities across a variety of industries including the IT and finance industries, as well as offshore entities.
Adrian's qualifications are as follows:
- BCom (cum laude) (University of South Africa)
- LLB (Dean's merit list) (University of Cape Town)
- Admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa
The session will be interactive and questions from participants are encouraged.
Please join us for an invaluable event.
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