EuCham organizes Business Integrity Forum CEE

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The European Chamber in Hungary (EuCham) and Transparency International (TI) are co-organizing an event entitled Business Integrity Forum CEE on March 23, EuCham said in a press release today.

“The event will focus on the importance of compliance and integrity to achieve business success, whistleblowing issues and data protection” EuCham said. The organizers said they expect top representatives from KPMG, Mercedes-Benz, Raiffeisen Bank, Shell, Telenor and the embassies of Australia and Slovakia to share their expertise at the forum.

“An innovative side activity, Integrity Window, will run from 5pm to 6pm. A one-to-one brief advisory comprising experts from KPMG, TRACE, CNS Risk and Transparency International will provide attendees with an informal opportunity to share ideas, report confidentiality, whistleblowing issues and minor consultations” the press release added.

Further information can be obtained at the chamber’s website. Participation at the event is free of charge and applications can be filed here.

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