ACI 37th International Conference on the FCPA

ACI 37th International Conference on the FCPA

Speaking Engagement

This flagship conference for the global anti-corruption community will take place in an interactive, virtual format that offers new opportunities to connect, benchmark and expanded your global network. Along with a faculty of senior government officials from the US Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and Internal Revenue Service, as well as the UK Serious Fraud Office, WilmerHale Partners Ronald Machen and Kimberly Parker will participate in a breakout session and a DOJ keynote interview, respectfully. 

On December 2 at 4:20 p.m. ET, Ronald Machen will participate in the panel, "Self-Disclosure Decision Making: How Practitioners are Making the Tough Call on How Much to Disclose and To Whom," which will cover the following topics: 

  • Practical impact of U.S. disclosures on foreign corruption investigations and vice versa:
    • When a U.S. disclosure can now be used against you by a foreign government
  • Understanding the finer points determining if, when, and how much to disclose
  • Initial considerations regarding the benefits and risks of self-disclosure
  • The dynamics of whether self-disclosure will be considered “voluntary”
  • Getting the sequencing and the substance right:
    • Identifying in which order to disclose, how much to say, and to whom
  • The DOJ Corporate Enforcement Policy and your disclosure calculus: Are companies benefitting?
  • Drafting the disclosure:
    • The late best practices

During the DOJ keynote on December 3 at 8:45 a.m. ET, Kimberly Parker will interview Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt. 

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