Ekaterina Lysova, Anti-Corruption Compliance & Investigations Specialist at CIPE
Prior to joining CIPE, Ekaterina specialized on corporate integrity compliance and fraud & corruption investigations while working as a lawyer for TRACE International and the World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency (INT). Lysova received her Ph.D. in law at Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok, Russia, and holds a Master’s degree from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with a focus on international development. Lysova is a native Russian speaker, fluent in English, and proficient in German.
On April 22, AmCham Ethics & Compliance Club members met within a webinar to discuss the best corporate practices in regards to the internal investigation policy.
The presentation was delivered by Ekaterina Lysova, Program Officer for Europe & Eurasia at Center for International Private Enterprise.
Participants were informed about the materials that shall serve as a basis for initiating an investigation, the staff of companies which can conduct internal investigations, the main stages of an investigation procedure, and examples of investigation policies that can be adopted by companies.
AmCham thanks the Center for International Private Enterprise for the expertise and information shared.
This initiative was supported by Center for International Private Enterprise.
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