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How to Test What Actually Matters: Third Party Due-Diligence Approaches That Tackles Your Risks with Distributors, Consultants, Agents, Suppliers, Intermediaries and Brokers

ACI's 2nd Anti-Corruption Compliance Event
03.26.15

Gardere Partner Charles E. Meacham has been invited to speak at American Conference Institute's 2nd Annual Mexico Summit on Anti-Corruption and Compliance in Mexico City. Mr. Meacham will be leading the post-conference workshop entitled: "How to Test What Actually Matters: Third Party Due-Diligence Approaches That Tackles Your Risks with Distributors, Consultants, Agents, Suppliers, Intermediaries and Brokers."

ACI's 2nd Mexico Summit on Anti-Corruption and Compliance will bring together leading anti-corruption industry experts and counsel for networking and benchmarking opportunities. The two-day summit will provide targeted sessions and post-conference workshops for a customized training experience.

The conference agenda can be accessed here.

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