Whistleblowing 2.0

Redesigning policy and process for enhanced transparency and compliance with new laws

Whistleblowing is often seen as a risk for boards, committees, directors and the organisation's reputation. But with a sound whistleblowing infrastructure in place, whistleblowing brings an opportunity to better understand and manage culture, allowing to solve ‎ irregularities internally, before they become uncontrollable externally.

While ASIC and APRA are focussing on organisational culture in their assessment of conduct risk, customers and employees alike are taking to social media to air their complaints. In this climate of enhanced scrutiny and viral news, identifying and managing conduct risk across the business is a priority for companies and their directors. An evidence-based, technology-powered whistleblowing management process, from policy to investigation and remediation, is essential.

Whistleblowing PackagesIn anticipation of the upcoming changes to whistleblower legislation in Australia, Norton Rose Fulbright experts have designed high-value packages to assist companies in updating their existing policy or in implementing a compliant policy and whistleblowing process.

Our packages include user-friendly and cyber-secure technology supported by our investigation and regulatory expertise. Most importantly, all legal advice and reporting is covered by legal professional privilege, minimising risk to organisations and their directors.

To know more about our packages, inclusions, service and technology, request a copy of our brochure.

To obtain a non-binding quote on our packages, please fill in this form and you will be directed to our whistleblowing packages calculator. We only need the number of employees, countries and languages the program will need to cover for your company.


Contacts

Martin Osborne

Martin Osborne

Brisbane
David Cross

David Cross

Sydney
Helene Lee

Helene Lee

Melbourne
Sarah Ralph

Sarah Ralph

Melbourne Canberra