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Zondo Commission: What to do if you, your client or a supplier is implicated

23rd February 2022


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The Zondo Commission has released the first two of three reports and they have already set the hares racing.  With one more report to come, and many more individuals and organisations to be implicated, companies and their representatives from all levels of the supply chain in various industries may be wondering what the implications may be on them. Pinsent Masons has a leading White Collar Crime, Investigation and Compliance team who will unpack various scenarios and share their views on what action, be it proactive or reactive, should be taken to be protect one’s personal and business interests.

The international community has also been watching the Zondo Commission with interest and international regulators and financiers may decide to act on the findings. This action may, too, have far-reaching consequences, and we will also give a view on what we predict may happen and what the consequences may be.

Join Pinsent Masons’ team for an insightful session where panelists will unpack these issues. | 3 March 2022 at 16:00. 

Panel members:

Facilitator:   Andrew Sackey – Partner (London)

Andrew is a tax and white-collar fraud litigation lawyer with significant experience in delivering complex large-scale domestic and international compliance investigations. As part of Pinsent Masons' multi-disciplinary Litigation, Regulatory and Tax practice, he works across each of the firm's key global sectors, providing practical advice to those seeking to bolster internal control processes or defend against allegations of tax fraud, facilitation, bribery, or corruption.

Neil McInnes - Partner (London)

Neil regularly advises clients on global anti-corruption trends, as well as on fraud, money laundering and related cross-border regulatory investigations, frequently involving multiple law enforcement agencies around the world. Neil is frequently engaged to support in-house legal and compliance teams with the conduct of internal company investigations, including cases involving allegations of false accounting, tax evasion, contravention of financial sanctions, cybercrime, data privacy breaches and insider dealing, amongst other regulatory and criminal law issues affecting businesses and their senior management teams.

Edward James - Partner (Johannesburg)

Edward is an investigations lawyer who focuses on corporate investigations and compliance. He has led multidisciplinary teams during investigations into fraud, bribery and corruption, corporate espionage, data breaches, cybercrime, workplace misconduct and other white-collar crime and integrity related issues. In addition to conducting internal investigations for clients, Edward also has extensive experience dealing with the consequences of such investigations, including managing criminal and other risks that may arise from an investigation.

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