Last week, IACA delivered a two-day compliance technology seminar for anti-corruption compliance and collective action professionals at its Laxenburg campus. The seminar focused on how emerging technologies will drive changes in anti-corruption compliance systems.
Topics covered included, among others, regulatory technology and the disruption of anti-corruption compliance, the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on anti-corruption regulatory frameworks, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrencies. The programme also featured panel discussions on the crossroads of AI and compliance, as well as blockchain and the future of anti-corruption compliance in disruptive markets.
This was the first in a series of seminars on new technologies and their impact on regulatory and anti-corruption compliance. Details of the next seminar will be published soon.