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Compliance in focus: duties, challenges and competencies of the Management Board and Supervisory Board

By on March 15, 2024
Posted In Compliance, ESG

The webinar with our partner Renate Prinz focuses on the latest compliance challenges for executives and supervisory boards. It delves into essential topics that are highly relevant today, both for C-level executives and non-executives on governing bodies. We begin with a thorough introduction to current compliance requirements and the organization of compliance within the company.

Explore key themes, including whistleblowing, anti-money laundering, the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, and ESG. A central focus of the Passion for People webinar is understanding the specific responsibilities that board members and supervisory boards bear in this context, as well as effective ways to fulfill them.

Of particular relevance is the question of what competencies need to be developed within the organization and at the first and second management levels to meet the increasing demands. We will provide practical insights and concrete recommendations to ensure that your company has the necessary resources and capabilities to successfully navigate the complex compliance landscape.

Key topics include: Compliance requirements and organizational structure

  • Whistleblowing, anti-money laundering, Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, and ESG
  • Duties and challenges faced by board members and supervisory boards
  • Building essential competencies within the first and second management levels.

You can view a recording of the session below (German language):

Renate Prinz
Renate Prinz focusses her practice on corporate law, national and international mergers, and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate reorganizations. She also advises at the interface with financial regulatory aspects, especially in connection with corporate transactions and/or licensing issues. Renate is experienced in advising national and foreign investment companies, credit, and financial services institutions on all aspects of German and European financial supervisory law. She furthermore has extensive experience in acting for clients in the industrial, retail, and public sectors. Furthermore, Renate publishes in corporate and financial supervisory law on a regular basis.