It’s time to speak up: EU Whistleblowing Directive – Why UK companies should care?

30 minutes
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Jens Gräßler, EQS Group
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. The first of the 5 webinars, Law and Regulation part 1, looks at how the EU Whistleblowing Directive could affect UK companies.

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

Part 2: What do you need to do to comply with the EU Whistleblowing Directive?

Part 3: Choosing and implementing a whistleblowing system

This webinar explores:

1

What is the legal landscape around Whistleblowing?

2

The UK is not in the EU (anymore), so why does the EU Whistleblowing Directive affect you at all?

3

What is the status or transposition of the directive in the member countries?

Speaker

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Jens Gräßler

Compliance COCKPIT Management – EQS Group

Jens Gräßler is heading all Business Development activities within the Management Team of the Compliance COCKPIT, which is EQS Group’s integrated platform for Corporate Compliance. He has been holding different positions in the Compliance space for the past 14 years and beside this has many years of experience from different Management and Sales positions in international companies. Within EQS Group, Jens is the central point of contact around the EU Whistleblowing Directive and its transposition into legislation within the single member states. Jens is working out of EQS Group’s Berlin office.

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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