Day 1 - Tuesday, September 20, 2022

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
9:15
The SFO’s Enforcement Priorities: Updates on DPAs, Multi-Jurisdictional Coordination and Recent Trends
9:45
Compliance Think Tank #1-Geopolitics and High Risk Markets New Lessons for Rapidly Aligning Anti-Corruption Compliance Policies to Evolving Geopolitical and Regulatory Realities
10:45
Extended Networking Break
11:00

Anti-Bribery AML and Fraud Risks

The Growing Interplay between Anti-Bribery, AML and Fraud: The Latest Best Practices for Upgrading Internal Controls and Systems for Effective Risk Mitigation
11:45

Reputational Risk

The Unwritten Lessons for Reputational Risk and Crisis Management: Recent Examples of Successes and Missteps-and Hidden Pitfalls to Avoid
12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
The DOJ’s FCPA Enforcement Posture, Priorities and Compliance Expectations
2:45
Compliance Think Tank #2-Anti-Corruption, Economic Sanctions and Export Controls
3:30
Networking Break
3:45
Rethinking Remote and In-Person Internal Investigations and Representation of Clients: Leading Practitioners Weigh in on Expected (and Unexpected) Lessons from the Pandemic
4:45
Conference Adjourns; Drinks Reception

Day 2 - Wednesday, September 21, 2022

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
9:05
Anti-Corruption, ESG and CSR
10:00
DATA ANALYTICS, MACHINE LEARNING AND AI
11:00
Networking Break
11:15

INTERVIEW

11:45
A Closer Look at the Most Recent Compliance Failures, Enforcement and Penalties on Both Sides of the Pond: New Lessons on What Crosses the Line
12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
Risk “Re-Assessments”: Revisiting Your Organisation’s Risk Appetite and Calculus for Operating in High Risk and Emerging Markets
3:00

Employee Behaviour and Training

Innovative New Ways to Foster and Sustain Compliance Awareness and an Ethical Corporate Culture
4:00
Conference Concludes

Day 1 - Tuesday, September 20, 2022

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs

Ben Cooper
Global Head of AB&C
HSBC

Caroline Black
Partner
Dechert LLP

Gaon Hart
Head of Public Policy, Customer Trust, UK
Amazon

9:15
The SFO’s Enforcement Priorities: Updates on DPAs, Multi-Jurisdictional Coordination and Recent Trends

Sara Chouraqui
Joint Head of Fraud, Bribery and Corruption
Serious Fraud Office

Albert B. Stieglitz, Jr.
Partner
Alston & Bird LLP

9:45
Compliance Think Tank #1-Geopolitics and High Risk Markets New Lessons for Rapidly Aligning Anti-Corruption Compliance Policies to Evolving Geopolitical and Regulatory Realities

Kenneth Gazzaway
Global Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption
Corio Generation

Tapan Debnah

Tapan Debnath
Head of Integrity, Regulatory Affairs & Data Privacy - Process Automation
ABB

During this interactive session, compliance decision-makers will share the successes and hurdles to evolving a compliance programme amid new, quickly evolving geopolitical and regulatory developments-and how to implement an effective, rapid response.

Topics will include:

  • Incorporating country-specific differences into your compliance programme
  • Aligning policies to the unique context of each jurisdiction
  • New bribery risks coming to the forefront
  • Best practices for staying ahead of the curve

10:45
Extended Networking Break
11:00

Anti-Bribery AML and Fraud Risks

The Growing Interplay between Anti-Bribery, AML and Fraud: The Latest Best Practices for Upgrading Internal Controls and Systems for Effective Risk Mitigation

Ben Cooper
Global Head of AB&C
HSBC

Mina Feizollahbegi
Global Head of Anti-Bribery and Corruption
Marsh & McLennan

Duncan Smith
Deputy Head, Fraud Investigations
European Investment Bank

  • Ensuring that processes and controls are equipped to detect key risk factors
  • How financial institutions and companies are strengthening transaction monitoring systems
  • Assessing the adequacy of your controls-and if/when to strengthen them
  • Managing the crossover between corruption and fraud: Recent examples amid the pandemic and geopolitical developments

11:45

Reputational Risk

The Unwritten Lessons for Reputational Risk and Crisis Management: Recent Examples of Successes and Missteps-and Hidden Pitfalls to Avoid
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Dylan G. Moses
Partner
K&L Gates LLP

Osmar Jose Benvenuto
Managing Director & Head of Financial Crimes Risk
Morgan Stanley
Former Deputy Chief, Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney’s Offices, U.S. Department of Justice

  • How reputational risks have evolved for financial institutions, corporations and individuals
  • Rethinking reputational risk management amid geopolitical shifts, a rise in shareholder activism, public pressures and enforcement developments
  • The evolving role of legal and compliance in managing reputational risk
  • Managing the reputational aftermath of regulatory disclosures and government investigations
  • Special considerations for addressing reputational risks arising from anti-bribery and FCPA investigations and settlements
  • Implementing Board and Audit Committee priorities, including anti-bribery, ESG and emergency preparedness

12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
The DOJ’s FCPA Enforcement Posture, Priorities and Compliance Expectations

David Last
Chief, FCPA Unit, Fraud Section, Criminal Division
U.S. Department of Justice

Moderator:

Barry Vitou
Partner
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

2:45
Compliance Think Tank #2-Anti-Corruption, Economic Sanctions and Export Controls

Anton Alferov
Senior Counsel, Regional Compliance Counsel
Europe, Eurasia, and Sub-Saharan Africa Region, Global Ethics and Compliance

Halliburton

Artur Nagapetyan
Vice President, Head of Compliance International Markets
Teva Pharmaceuticals

Converging Economic Sanctions, Export Controls and Anti-Corruption Risk Factors: Re-Positioning Your Business and Compliance Programme for the Short, Medium and Long-Term

During this highly anticipated session, participants will gain practical takeaways for compliance and risk management amid a rapidly changing economic sanctions and export controls landscape. 

Speakers will delve into the latest know-how for staying up-to-speed on rapid changes -and preparing for the medium and long-term aftermath for business and compliance operations.

3:30
Networking Break
3:45
Rethinking Remote and In-Person Internal Investigations and Representation of Clients: Leading Practitioners Weigh in on Expected (and Unexpected) Lessons from the Pandemic

Caroline Black
Partner
Dechert LLP

Stephen Pollard
Partner
WilmerHale

Camilla de Silva
Partner
Simmons & Simmons LLP
Former Co-Head of Fraud and Corruption, Serious Fraud Office

4:45
Conference Adjourns; Drinks Reception

Day 2 - Wednesday, September 21, 2022

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs

Ben Cooper
Global Head of AB&C
HSBC

Caroline Black
Partner
Dechert LLP

Gaon Hart
Head of Public Policy, Customer Trust, UK
Amazon

9:05
Anti-Corruption, ESG and CSR

Gonzalo Guzman
Chief Counsel, Ethics & Compliance
Unilever

Aditi Wanchoo
Senior Manager, Human Rights
Novartis

Leas Bachatene
Chief Executive Officer
ethiXbase

Integrating Human Rights, Modern Slavery Act and Anti-Corruption Compliance Resources: Special Considerations for Country Risk Analyses, Supply Chain and Third-Party Management

  • Incorporating the prevention of modern slavery, ESG and CSR objectivesinto your compliance program
  • Bringing human rights and anti-corruption under the compliance umbrella
  • How to identify and address high stakes risks across your supply chain
  • The real-life interplay of Modern Slavery and anti-corruption complianceprogrammes
  • Dovetailing and updating third party due diligence questionnaires
  • How industry is using the Home Office’s modern slavery statement registry
  • Status and impact of EU Human Rights Directive, as well as mandatory due diligence requirements in France and The Netherlands
  • New takeaways for conducting country-specific risk assessments

10:00
DATA ANALYTICS, MACHINE LEARNING AND AI

Ash Aggarwal
Senior Director, Compliance Excellence & Transformation
Astellas Pharmaceuticals

Karl Hennessee
Senior Vice President, Litigation, Investigations & Regulatory Affairs
Airbus

Data-Driven Compliance and Monitoring: The Newest Takeaways for Updating Your Metrics, Data Acquisition and Governance Action Plan

  • DOJ and SFO expectations in relation to the use of data and analytics as part of an ethics & compliance program
  • Developing and implementing an ethics & compliance analytics strategy
  • Tips on assembling the right cross-functional team
  • Managing related privacy, security and execution risks
  • Updating data acquisition and governance practices
  • Leveraging data and analytics to increase ethics & compliance program effectiveness

11:00
Networking Break
11:15

INTERVIEW

Judy Krieg
Head of Division
Serious Fraud Office

Moderator:

Daniel S. Kahn
Partner
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

11:45
A Closer Look at the Most Recent Compliance Failures, Enforcement and Penalties on Both Sides of the Pond: New Lessons on What Crosses the Line

Chris Cestaro
Former Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Department of Justice; Partner
WilmerHale

Michael Ruck
Partner
K&L Gates LLP

  • What has triggered suspicion and investigations
  • What criteria the DOJ and SFO may now use to select cases
  • The weight given to self-disclosures by the agencies
  • Update on what crosses the “Adequate Procedures” threshold
  • The lengths and limits of the SFO’s cross-border investigative powers
  • How recent cases affects multinationals’ day-to-day compliance efforts
  • To what extent corporate and individual criminal liability risks are changing

12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
Risk “Re-Assessments”: Revisiting Your Organisation’s Risk Appetite and Calculus for Operating in High Risk and Emerging Markets

Melda Tanyeri
Global Business Group Senior Compliance Lead
Nokia

Candy Lawson
Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Deputy General Counsel
Comcast

Greg Andres
Partner
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

Pallav Shukla
Partner
Trilegal

During this highly anticipated session, faculty members will share how recent geopolitical, regulatory and enforcement shifts have changed the face of risk assessments and organisations’ risk tolerance. As you revisit the landscape of anti-corruption and related risk factors, gain practical takeaways for adapting your calculus to a host of new legal, compliance and business realities.
Topics will include:

  • Calibrating third party and supply chain risk assessments
  • Understanding local business environments, customs and practices

3:00

Employee Behaviour and Training

Innovative New Ways to Foster and Sustain Compliance Awareness and an Ethical Corporate Culture

Bérengère Parmly
Head of Ethics & Compliance - UK and EMEA
WSP

Micky Khurana
Head of Regional Ethics & Compliance – EMEA
Meta

  • What it now takes to influence behaviour, compliance awareness and good corporate citizenship: Updates on the latest research findings
  • The newest lessons for strengthening employee training, internal messaging and compliance awareness at home and in the field
  • Developing a sustainable strategy to prevent a repeat scenario
  • How to know if your message is being heard and followed
  • Addressing specific cultural nuances when localizing your training
  • Overcoming training “fatigue”

4:00
Conference Concludes