"At Boeing, we believe that strong ethics and compliance programs contribute to the long-term growth and sustainability of a company." -Sir Roger Bone, President, Boeing UK
London (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
Boeing and Ethisphere will further their global partnership this month by inviting ethics and compliance officers from leading multinational companies to come together and share best practices in enabling values-based business performance.
Following successful activities in Latin America earlier this year which helped connect some of the brightest in the fields of ethics and compliance from across the region, the two organizations will host a forum in London for leaders from across Europe to discuss practical strategies for driving ethical and compliant business performance. The forum provides an opportunity for these leaders to learn from one another and explore new ways to leverage workplace cultures and compliance in order to improve business performance. The leaders attending the forum are from companies that collectively represent nearly a trillion dollars in total revenue, and do business in more than 200 countries.
“We are very excited to further expand our successful partnership with Boeing, which has helped create valuable opportunities for some of the most well-respected ethics, governance and compliance leaders, representing some of the largest companies around the world, to come together to share ideas and learn from one another,” Timothy Erblich, CEO of Ethisphere, said. “Boeing’s leadership has played an important role in driving the conversation around enhancing values-driven practices globally, and we are pleased to continue our partnership with them in Europe.”
Boeing will also play a key role at the inaugural Europe Ethics Summit, a two-day event taking place in London at 8 Northumberland Avenue on September 24 and 25, in which CEOs, general counsel, compliance and ethics officers and other thought leaders from around the world will participate in a robust discussion on the business ethics environment and challenges facing Europe today. The Summit provides an opportunity for these leaders to address industry issues, learn from one another, and network alongside individuals representing best-in-class companies.
“At Boeing, we believe that strong ethics and compliance programs contribute to the long-term growth and sustainability of a company,” said Sir Roger Bone, president, Boeing UK. “We look forward to being part of this week’s dialogue, where a network of international corporations from all industries can share their own approaches to enhancing business performance through effective business integrity initiatives.”
Sir Roger will participate on day two of the Europe Ethics Summit, taking part in a keynote discussion titled Leaders on Ethics. He will share insight into Boeing’s approach for creating and sustaining a companywide global culture, as well as his thoughts on what companies doing business in the UK can expect from the region in terms of challenges and opportunities when driving an ethical and compliant business environment.
For more information on the Europe Ethics Summit, please visit http://www.europeethicssummit.com.
The Ethisphere® Institute is an independent center of research, best practices and thought leadership that promotes best practices in corporate ethics and compliance and enables organizations to improve governance, mitigate risk, and enhance relationships with employees, business partners, investors and the broad regulatory community. Ethisphere evaluates and benchmarks compliance and governance programs, honors superior achievement through its World’s Most Ethical Companies’™ recognition program, and publishes Ethisphere Magazine. Ethisphere is also the leading provider of independent verification of corporate ethics and compliance programs that include: Ethics Inside® Certification, Compliance Leader Verification™ and Anti-Corruption Program Verification™. Learn more at http://ethisphere.com.
About The Boeing Company
Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined. Additionally, Boeing designs and manufactures rotorcraft, electronic and defense systems, missiles, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems. As a major service provider to NASA, Boeing is the prime contractor for the International Space Station. The company also provides numerous military and commercial airline support services. Boeing provides products and support services to customers in 150 countries and is one of the largest U.S. exporters in terms of sales. Headquartered in Chicago, Boeing employs more than 169,000 people in more than 65 countries. Total company revenues for 2013 were $86.6 billion. Learn more about Boeing globally at http://www.boeing.com or for Boeing in the UK at http://www.boeing.co.uk.