It’s time to speak up: Choosing and implementing a whistleblowing system

30 minutes
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Rachel Pinckheard, Fexco
Andrew Breakwell, EQS Group
Andrew Breakwell, EQS Group

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In this 5-part webinar series, we cover multiple topics that effect whistleblowing in your company. In the third webinar of the series, Rachel Pinckheard discusses the process Fintech company, Fexco, went through when choosing and implementing a new whistleblowing system.

To watch the replays of the other webinars in this series, click here:

Part 1: What do you need to do to comply with the EU Whistleblowing Directive?

Part 2: Choosing and implementing a whistleblowing system

This webinar explores:

1

Reasons for reviewing an existing whistleblowing system

2

The process of choosing a new system

3

Tips for effective implementation

4

Measuring success and lessons learned

5

What is currently unclear in terms of requirements?

Speaker

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Rachel Pinckheard

Group Internal Audit Manager – Fexco

Rachel is Group Internal Audit Manager for Fexco having joined the company in 2011. Rachel is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Tax Advisor for 13 years and holds a Diploma in Forensic Accounting. Her role in internal audit includes working with regulated and non-regulated businesses within Fexco in identifying and monitoring fraud risks and developing effective fraud prevention strategies as well as leading fraud investigations.

Host

Andrew Breakwell, EQS Group

Andrew Breakwell

Commercial Director UK – EQS Group

Andrew has been supporting compliance, ethics and risk professionals internationally for over 25 years, with a particular focus on integrated risk management and compliance software solutions and associated consulting and advisory services. Prior to this he was involved in the corporate training and educational publishing sectors.

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