Many organisations put in effort and resources to implement and maintain whistleblowing and ethical hotlines. In general, they could be in-house or outsourced but it is often observed that the phone traffic to the hotlines is low or sometimes non-existent. In this plenary, you will hear from our speaker on the reasons to explain the low usage of the hotlines and also what can be done to strengthen the program.
Watch the following video on “Why Didn’t Anyone Call the Whistleblowing and Ethical Hotline?” by Mr. Owen Hawkes, Partner, KPMG Forensic, Dispute Advisory Services, KPMG in Singapore, extracted from IIA Singapore's Public Sector Internal Audit (PSIA) 2018 Conference and answer the following questions.
1. 1 CPE hour will be earned upon completion of the quiz between the period of 1 Jan 2019 and 31 Dec 2019.
2. A CPE certificate will automatically be sent to the email address provided by you below upon obtaining the passing grade of at least 80%. You are also able to keep or print a copy of the certificate.
3. No limit to the number of times in attempting the quiz.
Partner, KPMG Forensic, Dispute Advisory Services, KPMG in Singapore
Owen is a Partner in KPMG’s Forensic practice with nearly 20 years of investigation and regulatory litigation experience. Prior to joining KPMG, Owen practised as a barrister for 8 years, including at the British Government’s Serious Fraud Office, where he was an investigating lawyer. Owen joined KPMG Forensic in 2007 and specialises in disputes, regulatory investigations and regulatory risk management engagements assisting clients with assessing and upgrading their organisational readiness and risk controls.