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Day 1 - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chair
9:15

OPENING KEYNOTE WITH THE SERIOUS FRAUD OFFICE

The UK Bribery Act Year in Review: Enforcement Trends, DPAs, Multi-Jurisdictional Coordination and Priorities Moving Forward
9:45
Anti-Corruption, Human Rights and the Modern Slavery Act: How Industry is Revisiting Country Risk Analyses, Third Party Due Diligence – and Integrating Compliance Resources
10:45
Networking Break
11:15

ANTI-BRIBERY, BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE AND CORPORATE CULTURE

The Latest on What Resonates… and What Doesn’t
12:15

REPUTATIONAL RISK & DAMAGE

The Rise in Corporate and Individual Reputational Risk: The Unwritten Lessons for Crisis Management – and for Legal and Compliance
1:00
Networking Luncheon
2:15
Compare and Contrast: Corporate Compliance Expectations on Each Side of the Pond
3:00

Compliance Brainstorming #1: Smaller-Group Benchmarking

Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Compliance Programme: Actionable Takeaways, Key Metrics and Hidden Lessons
4:00
Networking Break
4:15

FCA Interview

The Most Significant Developments and Priorities: Anti-Bribery, Cyber and Crypto Fraud
4:45
Conference Day 1 Concludes

Networking Cocktail Reception

Day 2 - Wednesday, November 3, 2021

9:15
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chair
9:45

DATA ANALYTICS AND AI

The “How To” Aspects of Leveraging Data Analytics and AI for Effective Compliance and Monitoring: Do’s and Don’ts for Risk Assessments, Metrics, Data Acquisition and Governance
10:45
Networking Break
11:15
Adequate Procedures and SFO Enforcement in Practice: Critical Updates-and Their True Impact on Corporate and Individual Liability Risks
12:15

Interview: Perspectives from the Investment Community

Changes in Corporate Governance and Shareholder Expectations: Key Perspectives on ESG, Anti-Corruption, Ratings Agencies and the Impact on Investment Decision-Making
12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00

COMPLIANCE BRAINSTORMING #2: PANEL DISCUSSION AND SMALLER-GROUP BENCHMARKING

Third Party and Supply Chain Management in High-Risk Markets: Anti-Corruption and Human Rights Due Diligence- and How to Leverage Existing Resources to Support Compliance
3:15
Special Update on Integrity Compliance Expectations: World Bank, Multilateral Bank Perspectives
4:15
Conference Concludes

Day 1 - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

9:00
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chair

Angela Cowie
Vice President, EMEA Anti-Bribery & Corruption Manager, MICA
EMEA Financial Crime Risk Management

Wells Fargo

9:15

OPENING KEYNOTE WITH THE SERIOUS FRAUD OFFICE

The UK Bribery Act Year in Review: Enforcement Trends, DPAs, Multi-Jurisdictional Coordination and Priorities Moving Forward

Lisa Osofsky
Director
Serious Fraud Office

9:45
Anti-Corruption, Human Rights and the Modern Slavery Act: How Industry is Revisiting Country Risk Analyses, Third Party Due Diligence – and Integrating Compliance Resources

Laurence Perrin-Rees
Chief Compliance Officer
CHANEL

Joanna Williams
ABAC Global Risk Manager
GSK

  • Marrying human rights and an-corruption under the compliance umbrella: Incorporating the prevention of modern slavery, ESG and CSR objectives into your compliance program
  • The finer points of conducting a holistic risk assessment 
  • How to identify and address high stakes risks across your supply chain
  • The real-life interplay of Modern Slavery and anti-corruption compliance programmes
  • Dovetailing and updating third party due diligence questionnaire
  • 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
  • Enforcement agencies’ heightened focus on parent liability
  • New takeaways for conducting country-specific risk assessments 

10:45
Networking Break
11:15

ANTI-BRIBERY, BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE AND CORPORATE CULTURE

The Latest on What Resonates… and What Doesn’t

Jo Morgan
Director Ethics
BT

Eugene F. Soltes
Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

Andrew Hayward
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
Subsea

  • 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
  • Incentivizing compliance: What works and what doesn’t?
  • Developing a sustainable strategy to prevent a repeat scenario
  • Leveraging internal controls, policies and processes to manage risk 
  • How to know if your message is being heard and followed
  • Addressing specific cultural nuances when localizing your training
  • Overcoming training “fatigue”

12:15

REPUTATIONAL RISK & DAMAGE

The Rise in Corporate and Individual Reputational Risk: The Unwritten Lessons for Crisis Management – and for Legal and Compliance

Ben Cooper
Global Head of AB&C
HSBC

Sasha Kalb
Vice President Compliance & Risk, APAC, Global Partnership and Alliance
American Express Global Business Travel (Hong Kong)

  • The evolving role of legal and compliance in managing reputational risk
  • Regulatory disclosures and government investigations: How the reputational aftermath and liability risks have evolved for corporations and individuals
  • Rethinking reputational risk management amid a rise in shareholder activism, public scrutiny and enforcement
  • Managing reputational risk arising from anti-bribery and FCPA investigations and settlements: Concrete examples
  • Implementing Board and Audit Committee priorities, including anti-bribery, ESG and emergency preparedness

1:00
Networking Luncheon
2:15
Compare and Contrast: Corporate Compliance Expectations on Each Side of the Pond

Judy Krieg
Head of Division
Serious Fraud Office

Moderator:

Jonathan Pickworth
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

During this highly anticipated session, hear first-hand insights from the U.S. Department of Justice and Serious Fraud Office on their compliance expectations, including insights on:

  • Evidencing the effectiveness of a corporate compliance program
  • Third party management
  • Data-Driven Compliance: Leveraging data analytics amid cost constraints
  • Employee training
  • Monitoring payments

3:00

Compliance Brainstorming #1: Smaller-Group Benchmarking

Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Compliance Programme: Actionable Takeaways, Key Metrics and Hidden Lessons

Imogen Haddon
Deputy Chief Compliance Officer
News Corp

Angela Cowie
Vice President, EMEA Anti-Bribery & Corruption Manager, MICA
EMEA Financial Crime Risk Management

Wells Fargo

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

During this interactive session, audience members will break out into smaller-group benchmarking roundtables- each led by industry experts.  Each roundtable will share experiences and identify two actionable takeaways that they can then share with the whole group thereafter. 

During the closing segment, the speakers will lend additional thoughts, insights and best practices.

4:00
Networking Break
4:15

FCA Interview

The Most Significant Developments and Priorities: Anti-Bribery, Cyber and Crypto Fraud

Mark Francis
Director, Wholesale and Unauthorised
Business Investigations, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

4:45
Conference Day 1 Concludes

Networking Cocktail Reception

Day 2 - Wednesday, November 3, 2021

9:15
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chair
9:45

DATA ANALYTICS AND AI

The “How To” Aspects of Leveraging Data Analytics and AI for Effective Compliance and Monitoring: Do’s and Don’ts for Risk Assessments, Metrics, Data Acquisition and Governance

Ash Aggarwal
Senior Director, Compliance Excellence & Transformation
Astellas Europe

Scott Johnstone
Director, Assurance Analytics & Monitoring
AstraZeneca (Manchester, UK)

  • What are regulator’s expectations in relation to data-driven compliance officer access to, and use, of data analytics?
  • Conducting risk assessments and determining metrics: Configuring risk parameters to facilitate data integrity and effective corporate policies
  • Assembling the right cross-functional team: Best practices for creating synergy and efficiencies
  • Leveraging artificial intelligence and data analytics to support an ethics & compliance program:
    • Reputational monitoring of third parties
    • Payments monitoring
    • Distributor pricing monitoring
    • Travel & Expense monitoring
    • Tracking employee engagement
  • Overcoming the practical and technical challenges to developing and implementing an ethics & compliance analytics strategy
  • Examples of how to manage associated GDPR, integrity and security risks

10:45
Networking Break
11:15
Adequate Procedures and SFO Enforcement in Practice: Critical Updates-and Their True Impact on Corporate and Individual Liability Risks

Joanna Dimmock
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

  • Taking stock of the UK’s New Corruption Sanctions Regime
  • Update on what crosses the “Adequate Procedures” threshold
  • Perspectives on SFO enforcement trends and recent developments
  • The lengths and limits of the SFO’s cross-border investigative powers post-R (on the application of KBR, Inc) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office [2021] UKSC 2
  • What criteria the SFO may now use to select cases 
  • How recent cases affects multinationals’ day-to-day compliance efforts
  • To what extent corporate and individual criminal liability risks are changing
  • What recourse companies have in the event of suspected prosecutorial overreach

12:15

Interview: Perspectives from the Investment Community

Changes in Corporate Governance and Shareholder Expectations: Key Perspectives on ESG, Anti-Corruption, Ratings Agencies and the Impact on Investment Decision-Making

Mark Howard
Chief Compliance Officer International Markets
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. Partners LLP

12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00

COMPLIANCE BRAINSTORMING #2: PANEL DISCUSSION AND SMALLER-GROUP BENCHMARKING

Third Party and Supply Chain Management in High-Risk Markets: Anti-Corruption and Human Rights Due Diligence- and How to Leverage Existing Resources to Support Compliance

Anton Alferov
Sr Counsel, Regional Compliance Counsel (RCC) Europe, Eurasia and Sub-Saharan Africa Region Global Ethics and Compliance
Halliburton

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Karie Jo Barwind
Office of Compliance & Integrity, Regional Counsel EMEA
Google

Tapan Debnah

Tapan Debnath
Senior Compliance and Corporate Investigations Counsel
Nokia

Ian Hargreaves
Partner
Covington & Burling LLP

During this interactive session, speakers will open up the session with perspectives, best practices and emerging risk factors.

Audience members will break out into smaller-group benchmarking roundtables- each led by industry experts.  Each roundtable will share experiences and identify two actionable takeaways that they can then share with the whole group thereafter. 

During the closing segment, the speakers will lend additional thoughts, insights and best practices.

  • How far you need to go in vetting 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and lower third parties
  • Developing a model that stratifies your risk based on third parties —and how to Perform due diligence accordingly
  • What you need in a questionnaire for third parties, and addressing resistance to follow-up questions 
  • When and how much due diligence to perform for an existing third party relationship
  • Understanding the local business environment, customs and practices
  • What to do with information uncovered during the vetting process: How to evaluate red flags
  • Special considerations for exercising third party audit rights

3:15
Special Update on Integrity Compliance Expectations: World Bank, Multilateral Bank Perspectives

Chiawen Kiew
Associate Director, Investigations
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Collin Swan
Senior Counsel, Office of Suspension and Debarment
The World Bank

Duncan Smith
Deputy Head of Fraud Investigations
The European Investment Bank (EIB)

4:15
Conference Concludes