Day 1 - Tuesday, November 13, 2018

8:30
Registration
9:00
Chairs’ Opening Remarks
9:15

GOVERNMENT PANEL AND Q&AS SESSION

The Status of Anti-Corruption Regulatory Developments and Enforcement Initiatives
10:30

PANEL SESSION

The dilemma of due diligence
11:30
Refreshment Break
12:00

PANEL SESSION

How to Efficiently Implement a Code of Ethics to Ensure Corporate Transparency
1:00
Lunch
2:15

PANEL SESSION

Integrating a Compliance Programme Into Your Commercial Strategy To Gain a Competitive Advantage
3:30
Refreshment Break
4:00

PANEL SESSION

Comparing and Contrasting Spain and Latin America Anti-Corruption Investigations Processes
5:00

NEW!

Roundtable and Drinks Reception
6:00
Closing Remarks of the Chairman and End of the First Day of the Conference

Day 2 - Wednesday, November 14, 2018

8:30
Registration
9:00
Chairs’ Recap of Day 1 & Opening Remarks
9:15

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Compliance & Governance in the Public Sector: Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Processes
10:15

PANEL SESSION

How to Comply with GDPR Law When Your Whistleblowing System Does Not Allow Anonymity?
11:15
Refreshment Break
11:45

PANEL SESSION

Latin America Post-“Car Wash” (Lava Jato): Practical Lessons in Risk Management and Compliance
12:30
SPECIAL ADDRESS OF A WHISTLEBLOWER:
1:00
Lunch
2:00

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Integrity and Ethics in Development Projects – A Conversation with Multilateral Development Banks
3:00

CASE STUDY

Building a Culture of Integrity in the Engineering and Construction Industry: The Case of Graña y Montero
3:45
Refreshment
4:15

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Future Trends Within the Spanish Anti-Corruption Landscape: Could Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) Be a New Tool to Resolve Corporate Criminal Liability?
5:00
Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference

Day 1 - Tuesday, November 13, 2018

8:30
Registration
9:00
Chairs’ Opening Remarks

Juan Verdú Lázaro
General Counsel, Compliance Officer & Board Secretary
LafargeHolcim Spain

Isabel Salazar
Head of Integrity
Telefónica

9:15

GOVERNMENT PANEL AND Q&AS SESSION

The Status of Anti-Corruption Regulatory Developments and Enforcement Initiatives

Juan Antonio Frago Amada
Economic Crimes Prosecutor
Public Prosecutor’s Office

Carlos Balmisa García-Serrano
Director Departamento Control Interno
Comision Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia

Antonio del Moral
Magistrate of the Second Chamber
Spanish Supreme Court

Moderator

Pedro Montoya
Chief Compliance and Risk Officer
ALEATICA

  • State of investigating compliance wrongdoing and latest enforcement initiatives
  • Lessons learned from money laundering enforcement activities
  • What local and foreign companies should expect from the New Fiscalia Europea
  • How prosecutors gather evidence and decide to prosecute
  • The role of newly created investigative police units in all regions in enforcing the reform of the criminal code

10:30

PANEL SESSION

The dilemma of due diligence

Christian Laveau
Chief Audit – Risk Management – Compliance & Quality Officer
ADP International (ADP Group)

Pedro Bobião
Commercial Director Iberia
Bureau van Dijk

  • The challenges of identifying the ultimate beneficial ownership (KYC) and finding the “truth” in big data (CDD)
  • Can RegTech help companies?
  • Resource efficiency vs reputation vs regulation

11:30
Refreshment Break
12:00

PANEL SESSION

How to Efficiently Implement a Code of Ethics to Ensure Corporate Transparency

José F. Zamarriego Izquierdo
Director Unidad de Supervisión Deontológica
Farmaindustria

Jesus Pindado Delgado
Compliance & Operational Risk Control Director
UBS Securities España S.V, SA

Alberto Ubieta
Head of Legal & Compliance Europe
Maersk

Oscar Morales
Partner responsible for the criminal area of ​​UM in Barcelona, ​​Doctor in Law and Professor of Criminal Law
Uría Menéndez

  • What are the Standards of Conduct, Policies and Procedures required?
  • How to develop and communicate a clearly articulated and visible corporate policy tailored to the company’s culture and corporate identity
  • What does the process of consultation mean in practice and how to satisfy that requirement in accordance with employment law?
  • How to resolve possible disagreements between stakeholders?
  • How detailed the code of conduct should be?
  • What happens when the code of ethics and the compliance programme diverge

1:00
Lunch
2:15

PANEL SESSION

Integrating a Compliance Programme Into Your Commercial Strategy To Gain a Competitive Advantage

Juan Verdú Lázaro
General Counsel, Compliance Officer & Board Secretary
LafargeHolcim Spain

Francesc Casajuana Cuscó
General Counsel Danone Iberia & Cluster Compliance Officer
Danone

Pilar Marchán
Chief Counsel Western Europe
Mondelez

Pedro Montoya
Chief Compliance and Risk Officer
ALEATICA

  • What an effective compliance programme should deliver
  • How to establish and embed clear and flexible compliance guidelines across the key strategic and operational business functions
  • What skill, resources, alliances and indicators the compliance department needs to measure the competitive advantage of the programme
  • How to get the compliance programme to be supported internally by employees at all levels
  • How to communicate the value of the compliance programme to your clients: Defining the messaging

3:30
Refreshment Break
4:00

PANEL SESSION

Comparing and Contrasting Spain and Latin America Anti-Corruption Investigations Processes

Jordi Gimeno Bevia
Doctor en Derecho, Prof. Derecho Procesal UCLM Director Académico de Internacionalización
UCLM

Luis Ceserani
Member
Criminal Chamber of Appels – Argentina

José María Piñeiro
Managing Director, Forensic & Litigation Consulting
FTI Consulting

Willy Sandoval
Executive Director│Enterprise Risk Management & Internal Investigations
Laureate Education, Inc

  • Main concerns while managing multijurisdictional investigations in Latin America
  • The police investigation trends in Spain and American Latin Countries
  • Which authorities have the powers of investigation, prosecution and enforcement in cases of bribery and corruption?

5:00

NEW!

Roundtable and Drinks Reception

Timothy Bowden
Associate
Dechert

1. Pitfalls When Offering or Accepting Gifts, Corporate Hospitality, and Entertainment

Pilar Marchán
Chief Counsel Western Europe
Mondelez

2. Identifying Red Flag Signs and Addressing Compliance Risks

Juan Maggio Mas
Legal Director
Leroy Merlin Spain

3. UNE 19601: What is in It for Businesses and How It Affects Corporate Criminal Defence

Miquel Fortuny
Managing Partner, Fortuny Legal
Profesor asociado de Corporate Compliance en Universitat Pompeu Fabra

4. How to Meet New Compliance Requirements to Prevent Money Laundering under the 4th European Directive

Mario Cobo
Head of Compliance
Natixis

Select the Roundtables to join as you end the day to exchange views, debate questions and share experience around current industry challenges. Each roundtable has a focus topic, a host facilitator and is scheduled to last an hour. 1. Pitfalls When Offering or Accepting Gifts, Corporate Hospitality, and Entertainment Pilar Marchán Chief Counsel Western Europe Mondelez

  • What is the distinction between legitimate and corrupt corporate hospitality?
  • Resolving ethical dilemmas when giving/accepting gifts/hospitality
    • How to stay compliant through sponsorship or marketing initiatives
2. Identifying Red Flag Signs and Addressing Compliance Risks Juan Maggio Mas Legal Director Leroy Merlin Spain
  • Implementing a robust programme that effectively detects and prevents risks
  • Implementing controls to mitigate risk from suspicious behaviour
  • Maintaining policies and procedures that instruct individuals on how to protect and manage the security of sensitive identity information
3. UNE 19601: What is in It for Businesses and How It Affects Corporate Criminal Defence Miquel Fortuny Managing Partner, Fortuny Legal Profesor asociado de Corporate Compliance en Universitat Pompeu Fabra
  • What are the benefits for businesses?
  • What prosecutors think: how will they value the UNE 19601?
  • What are the relations and synergies between UNE 19601 and ISO 37001?
  • Could UNE 19601 standard be used in other countries or in the company business abroad?
4. How to Meet New Compliance Requirements to Prevent Money Laundering under the 4th European Directive Mario Cobo Head of Compliance Natixis
  • What does this mean for Spain?
  • Key elements with a potential impact on AML compliance
  • Establishing appropriate policies, procedures and controls to prevent ML

6:00
Closing Remarks of the Chairman and End of the First Day of the Conference

Day 2 - Wednesday, November 14, 2018

8:30
Registration
9:00
Chairs’ Recap of Day 1 & Opening Remarks

Juan Verdú Lázaro
General Counsel, Compliance Officer & Board Secretary
LafargeHolcim Spain

Isabel Salazar
Head of Integrity
Telefónica

9:15

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Compliance & Governance in the Public Sector: Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Processes

Marta Campomanes
Head of Corporate Governance and Compliance
AENA

Maria Belen Lopez Donaire
Compliance Specialist, Legal Office
Government Castilla La Mancha

Rafael Merencio
Compliance officer
KBA NotaSys

Lucia Sanchez-Ocaña Leyun
Head of Compliance and Legal
Cabot Financial Spain

  • The legal framework of multilateral transparency initiatives in public procurement today
  • The current role of public audits for transparency
  • What compliance programmes in the public sector look like
  • Synergies between private sector collective actions and public-sector agencies to detect and control corruption in public procurement
  • Whistleblowing in the public sector

10:15

PANEL SESSION

How to Comply with GDPR Law When Your Whistleblowing System Does Not Allow Anonymity?

Pablo Jiménez Lagoa
Compliance Officer
OHL

Berta Balanzategui Vidal
Senior Privacy Counsel
GE Corporate

Juan Montero Rodil
Director of the competition, regulatory law and privacy units
Telefónica

John Wilson
Chief Executive
Expolink

  • How to encourage a culture of reporting within your company?
  • How to protect the whistleblower and respond to claims?
  • What are the interactions between compliance officer and data protection officer?
  • How companies manage information leaks?

11:15
Refreshment Break
11:45

PANEL SESSION

Latin America Post-“Car Wash” (Lava Jato): Practical Lessons in Risk Management and Compliance

Fernando Dyer
Group Chief Risk and Compliance Officer
Graña y Montero Group

Isabel Salazar
Head of Integrity
Telefónica

  • Implementing processes to detect, assess and address risks
  • Revisiting and strengthening the effectiveness of the risk and compliance management structure from the Boardroom down
  • Due diligence measures and their applications across the business and its operations
  • Setting up a risk and compliance strategy, and reinforcing training programmes

12:30
SPECIAL ADDRESS OF A WHISTLEBLOWER:

Ana Garrido Ramos
Whistleblower and Anti-Corruption Activist
(Winner of TI’s 2018 Anti-Corruption Award)

1:00
Lunch
2:00

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Integrity and Ethics in Development Projects – A Conversation with Multilateral Development Banks

Giuliana Dunham Irving
Executive Secretary (Secretariat Manager)
Sanctions Board, World Bank Group

Eugenia A. Pyntikova
Counsel
The World Bank Group Sanctions Board

Juan Ronderos
Sanctions Officer
Inter-American Development Bank Group

Huishu Ji
Risk Officer
International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group

Representatives from the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank Group will discuss institutional anti-corruption strategies, with a focus on their administrative sanctions systems and what it means for companies doing business in the development and infrastructure sectors.

  • Review and comparison of anti-corruption strategies at WBG and IDB.
  • Corruption risks in development projects.
  • How could your company find itself interacting directly with a multilateral development bank?
  • Best practices for engaging with WBG and IDB (and how you can be a partner in fighting corruption).

3:00

CASE STUDY

Building a Culture of Integrity in the Engineering and Construction Industry: The Case of Graña y Montero

Fernando Dyer
Group Chief Risk and Compliance Officer
Graña y Montero Group

  • Encouraging ethical business conduct by and for the company
  • Aligning the compliance programme with the business of the company to improve its overall performance
  • Raising awareness of the risks the company runs in the event of non-compliance
  • Making sure that the monitoring of programme is in place to measure efficiency and to identify potential risk factors

3:45
Refreshment
4:15

NEW! PANEL SESSION

Future Trends Within the Spanish Anti-Corruption Landscape: Could Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) Be a New Tool to Resolve Corporate Criminal Liability?

Alfredo Domínguez Ruiz-Huerta
Partner
Cuatrecasas

Jordi Gimeno Bevia
Doctor en Derecho, Prof. Derecho Procesal UCLM Director Académico de Internacionalización
UCLM

  • The key advantages and disadvantages of a DPA Scheme
  • What will be the role of the judges?
  • What is the defence for companies involved in multi-jurisdictional investigations?
  • What impact might DPAs have on white collar crime enforcement in Spain

5:00
Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference