15 December 2017: Hans Van Bavel moderates at TI-Belgium's workshop on minimizing compliance risks

15 December 2017: Hans Van Bavel moderates at TI-Belgium's workshop on minimizing compliance risks

16.11.2017 BE law

On 15 December 2017, Transparency International Belgium organises a workshop in partnership with AB InBev and Stibbe.

​The workshop will focus on what Belgian export-driven SME's can do in practice to make sure they meet both current and future compliance procedures and standards. Hans Van Bavel will moderate a session based on actual compliance cases that have shaped our approach to ethical and legal dilemmas.

The workshop will be held in Brussels and is free of charge. For more info, please click here.

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