In this special five-part podcast series, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Global Affairs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we discuss various aspects of monitorships, including why independence matters, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Guidelines on Monitors, Gordon’s professorial career at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, cultural differences between international and US domestic monitorships and the continuing evolution in monitorships. In this Part 3, we consider how Gordon’s teaching compliance and investigations at the International Anti-Corruption Academy inform her view of wide-ranging cultural differences in monitorships. Highlights include:
· What is the International Anti-Corruption Academy?
· Who attends? Cultural Differences must be an interesting aspect of the Academy.
· What do you do at the Academy?
· How do the cultural differences come into consideration when teaching compliance at the Academy?
· Is the subject of data/technology having an impact in building and operating entity-wide compliance programs?