Whistleblowing in the US: What Market Participants Need to Know

Whistleblowing. It’s a current ‘hot topic’ for organizations globally. At one time it seemed only large, public companies primarily focused on this area of regulation, however in recent years, expectations have changed and now more than ever, companies of all shapes and sizes need to concern themselves with whistleblowing.  

If you’re preparing your company for IPO, for example, do you have a plan for providing whistleblowers with a safe, easy way to report concerns? It’s a requirement defined in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and if overlooked, could impact your stock price, reputation, staff retention, and more. As a private company, you’re held to equally high standards under Section 21F of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934—what does your whistleblowing program look like? 

Join Ana Petrovic, Director of Regulatory Consulting at Kroll, as she provides insight into current US regulation, the pitfalls to avoid, and actionable advice for firming up your whistleblowing programs to support you well into the future.  

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Steve Brown
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Ana Petrovic
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