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Conflicts of Interest / Employee Engagement

Maturing Your Conflicts of Interest and Gifts & Entertainment Disclosures Through Continuous Improvement

Conflict of interest and gifts, meals, and entertainment disclosures can take many forms. Conflicts of interest might be disclosed during the hiring process, annually, throughout the year on a rolling basis, or not at all. Gifts, meals, and entertainment are disclosed and dealt with as the need arises. Inconsistent, manual, or outdated processes and procedures can create difficulties for employees and ethics and compliance teams alike. In this session, panelists discuss best practices for creating a disclosure program, challenges they have faced in new working environments, and where they see the disclosure process going at their organizations. 


  • Jillian Stillman, Associate General Counsel, Litigation & Compliance, Genpact
  • Steph Vogel, Deputy Chief Compliance Officer & Assistant General Counsel, NBA
  • Kate Keller, Supervising Counsel, Ethics Office, Cigna
  • Brian Beeghly, Executive Vice President, Insights & Solutions, Ethisphere

The 2022 Global Ethics Summit was Ethisphere’s flagship event and the premier place for companies and delegates to learn, develop, and share ideas that elevate the field of business ethics and compliance. This year’s Summit showcased more companies and featured additional points of view while bringing together a larger community of leaders. This Summit also provided attendees, faculty, and sponsors with close to 50 different sessions, inclusive of plenary, breakout, and select company showcases.

This resource is part of the selected multimedia collection of on-demand resources that was made available to the public this year. If you are a Summit attendee, you may login here to access all sessions from the summit. Didn’t attend? Register here for access. All sessions will be available on-demand until July 2022.

  • On-Demand Webcasts