Day 1 - Wednesday, April 3, 2019

8:00
Registration and Breakfast
9:00
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
9:10

Keynote & Interview

The Swiss Confederation’s Policy and Action against Corruption
10:00

Compliance Executive Panel

Perspectives on the Evolving Compliance Function, Resource Allocation and The Latest Anti-Corruption Programme Best Practices
11:00
Networking Break
11:30

FINMA KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The Latest Enforcement Priorities and Expectations for Industry
12:15

Audience Participation & Hypothetical Exercises

Real-World Guidance for Addressing “On the Ground” Challenges Affecting Your Compliance Effort
1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00
Special COUNSEL INTERVIEW
2:30

Anti-Corruption

How Industry Has Updated Policies for Data Collection, Transfers and Retention
3:15
Networking Break
3:45

FCPA Enforcement Update

Changes to Extra-Territorial Prosecution and Penalty Risks for Companies and Individuals
4:45

Measuring ROI for AI and Data Analytics

How to Conduct an Accurate Cost-Benefit Analysis for Third Party Monitoring
5:30
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, April 4, 2019

8:00
Registration and Breakfast
9:00
DAY 2 Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
9:10

Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement in Real Life

An Inside Look at the Newest Realities Confronting Industry and Outside Advisors
10:30
Networking Break
11:00

UAE

How Multinationals are Calibrating Their Internal Controls and Compliance Protocols to the Changing Enforcement and Business Climates
11:30

TRADE SANCTIONS

The Most Misunderstood Aspects of Section 228 of Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA)
12:30
Networking Lunch
1:30

China

What Every Multinational Should Know about the Revised Anti-Unfair Competition Law, New National Supervision and Cyber Laws
2:15

Code of Obligations on Whistleblower Protection

What is Now Required for an Effective Internal Reporting System and Complaint Management
3:00
Networking Break
3:30

What’s Missing in Your Internal Investigations Program

The Top 10 Most Critical Decisions from Programme Structure, Budget, Privilege to Corporate Governance
4:30

Indonesia and Singapore

The Most Pivotal Developments Affecting Corporate Liability and Adequate Process
5:15
Co-Chairs’ Closing Remarks and End of Conference

Day 1 - Wednesday, April 3, 2019

8:00
Registration and Breakfast
9:00
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks

Sandra Middel
Group Compliance Officer
Clariant International Ltd

Steve Young
Group Compliance Head of Fraud and Investigations
Banque Lombard Odier & Cie SA Ethics and Compliance Switzerland

9:10

Keynote & Interview

The Swiss Confederation’s Policy and Action against Corruption

Ambassador Stefan Estermann
Head of the Sectoral Foreign Policies Division and Chairman of the Federal Interdepartmental Working Group against Corruption
Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Interview by

Daniel Lucien Bühr
Partner
Lalive

Ambassador Estermann chairs the Swiss Federal Interdepartmental Working Group against Corruption. He will present the Swiss Confederation’s strategy and key initiatives against bribery and respond in the interview following the presentation to questions in the context of important current developments. The interview will be conducted by Daniel Lucien Bühr, Litigation and White Collar Crime Partner at LALIVE in Zurich.

10:00

Compliance Executive Panel

Perspectives on the Evolving Compliance Function, Resource Allocation and The Latest Anti-Corruption Programme Best Practices

Edward Hanover
Chief Compliance Officer
FIFA

Elodie Chalmers
Global Head Anti-Bribery & Corruption
UBS

Christopher Wright
Senior Vice President Compliance
LafargeHolcim

Sandra Middel
Group Compliance Officer
Clariant International Ltd

At this highly anticipated panel, leading compliance executives will discuss how they are managing the most pressing issues coming across their desks, including:

  • Structuring/Re-Structuring a Compliance Department: Successful approaches to reporting, outsourcing, staffing and resource allocation
  • ROI – Quantifying the Compliance Effort: How investing in a global compliance program sparked tangible Cost-Savings
  • The current and future expectation of a compliance offer role and duties
  • Cybersecurity: The New Role of Compliance in Cybersecurity and The Internet of Things: How CCOs can become integral to combatting intensifying security risks
  • What’s NOT Coming Across Your Desk: How to know if you have put out fires and covered all compliance bases
  • Cultural change and how to embed compliance into the organization

11:00
Networking Break
11:30

FINMA KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The Latest Enforcement Priorities and Expectations for Industry

Philipp Luscher
Head Investigations
FINMA

12:15

Audience Participation & Hypothetical Exercises

Real-World Guidance for Addressing “On the Ground” Challenges Affecting Your Compliance Effort

Peter Mühlhäuser
Former General Counsel and Compliance
SERV Swiss Export Risk Insurance

Dennis Birekoven
Chief Compliance Officer
Trans Adriatic Pipeline

Robert Koenig
Lead CO Lawyer Nokia AT & CH / Member of Board of Management
Nokia

This practical session will take you through a series of hypothetical exercises on how to work through the most pressing, complex anticorruption compliance challenges that can arise in practice, including

  • Family Businesses: How to monitor and minimize risks when working with a supplier or distributor who is long established
  • Local Municipalities: Conducting business with local organisations where private sector and government are closely interlinked

1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00
Special COUNSEL INTERVIEW

Andrew Law
Chief Integrity Officer & Deputy General Counsel
ABB

Interviewed by:

Lucius Richard Blattner
Partner
Tethong Blattner (Switzerland)

2:30

Anti-Corruption

How Industry Has Updated Policies for Data Collection, Transfers and Retention

Dr. Marc Christian Bauer
Vice President – Legal, Compliance and Corporate Affairs, International
Tesaro Bio GmbH

Delphine Forma
Global head of Compliance
Lykke

Michael Huneke
Partner
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

  • Expected and unexpected impact of new restrictions on B2B and B2C organisations
  • Determining how much to spend for a comprehensive GDPR programme
  • Special considerations for conducting risk assessments to prevent GDPR failures
  • Unique challenges affecting data collection for pharmaceutical companies and financial institutions

3:15
Networking Break
3:45

FCPA Enforcement Update

Changes to Extra-Territorial Prosecution and Penalty Risks for Companies and Individuals

Matthew Herrington
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

4:45

Measuring ROI for AI and Data Analytics

How to Conduct an Accurate Cost-Benefit Analysis for Third Party Monitoring

Patrick Boscher
Group Head of Compliance Transformation & Innovation
Allianz

  • How to best utilise data analytics to identify potential third-party risks
  • Justifying the cost and value-add to senior management and the Audit Committee
  • Cost Trade-Offs Vs. Value Gain: Evaluating the short and long-term benefits and shortcomings of automation
  • What’s Worked, What Hasn’t? Concrete examples of successes and lessons learned
  • Evaluating ROI: Evaluating the actual process changes that have resulted in measurable progress and growth
  • Best practices for determining where to automate first-and other functions that should remain manual

5:30
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, April 4, 2019

8:00
Registration and Breakfast
9:00
DAY 2 Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
9:10

Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement in Real Life

An Inside Look at the Newest Realities Confronting Industry and Outside Advisors

Cornelis (“Kees”) van Ophem
Global General Counsel & EVP
Fresenius Medical Care

Robert Braun
Head Litigation
Novartis International AG

German Florez – Villegas
Senior Compliance and Risk Specialist AML
UBS

Alex Phillips
Head of Governance & Compliance
UEFA

Moderator:

William P. Barry
Member
Miller & Chevalier Chartered

At this highly anticipated session, experts will discuss what multi-jurisdictional enforcement truly looks like on the ground-and how best to manage increasing, overlapping and uncertain risk factors:

  • The finer points of interacting with regulators across multiple jurisdictions
  • When a resolved or settled case in one jurisdiction could trigger new bribery investigations in other countries
  • The challenges of coordinating with multiple agencies: Best practices for communicating with foreign authorities
  • Managing the uncertain risks posed by the enforcement of a new or amended anti-bribery law
  • How a settlement in one jurisdiction could affect a company’s business operations in other key markets
  • Local laws affecting your internal investigation and ability to cooperate with authorities: Data privacy, State Secret Law, privilege, evidence-gathering procedures and more
  • When a DPA or a press release could “tip off” foreign authorities of bribery in their respective jurisdictions
  • When multi-jurisdictional bribery enforcement could spark investigations of other potential crimes, including fraud, money laundering and privacy violations-and vice versa
  • Impact of multi-jurisdictional enforcement risks on your decision to disclose or cooperate

10:30
Networking Break
11:00

UAE

How Multinationals are Calibrating Their Internal Controls and Compliance Protocols to the Changing Enforcement and Business Climates

Richard Gibbon
Squire Patton Boggs

Jessica Kaplan
Head of Global Legal & Compliance
Deugro Group

  • The prevalence of state-owned entities and the anti-corruption implications
  • How gifts, hospitality and facilitation payments are now treated under the UAE’s anti-corruption framework
  • Recent developments, including the aftermath of amendments to the UAE Penal Code

11:30

TRADE SANCTIONS

The Most Misunderstood Aspects of Section 228 of Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA)

Brian J. Fleming
Member
Miller & Chevalier Chartered

Rafael Merencio
Compliance Manager
KBA-NotaSys SA

  • Understand the distinction between primary and secondary U.S. sanctions and how that affects non-U.S. companies.
  • Understand the different approaches being taken by corporate organisations to address sanctions risk with respect to U.S. enforcers and financial institutions.
  • Discover the types of transactions that give rise to U.S. secondary sanctions risks and the enforcement priorities of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
  • Look ahead to the long-term impact of U.S. secondary sanctions on Iran, Russia, and, potentially, other countries.

12:30
Networking Lunch
1:30

China

What Every Multinational Should Know about the Revised Anti-Unfair Competition Law, New National Supervision and Cyber Laws

Shaun Wu
Partner
Kobre & Kim

  • Overview of China’s anti-corruption campaign, and impact on multinationals doing business in China
  • How the data governance regulation affects your anti-bribery compliance strategy
  • Key amendments to PRC Anti-Unfair Competition Law
  • Implications of the AUCL on enforcement Actions
  • Expanded scope of bribery-related violations
    • Clarified basis for vicarious liability;
    • emphasis on actions of employees
    • Procedural emphasis and change
  • National Supervision Commission and the crackdown on official corruption
  • Jurisdiction of NSC and potential impact on
    • foreign companies
    • Government agency consolidation,
    • including new State Administration for
    • Market Regulation
  • Key Chinese legal issues in investigations and practical concerns: Employment law, State secrecy, data privacy and cybersecurity issues

2:15

Code of Obligations on Whistleblower Protection

What is Now Required for an Effective Internal Reporting System and Complaint Management

Steve Young
Group Compliance Head of Fraud and Investigations
Banque Lombard Odier & Cie SA Ethics and Compliance Switzerland

Eileen Cronin
Joint Inspection Unit
United Nations System

Maria Dardai
Senior Compliance Officer
MSC Cruises

  • Status and impact of the new proposal for the amendment to the Code of Obligations on Whistle-blower Protection
  • How industry is updating policies and procedures amid an evolving landscape
  • Concrete examples of how to implement an effective internal reporting and compliant management system
  • How to encourage employees to first report issues internally
  • What to do first: Which steps to take
    • immediately once a claim has been made
    • How to question your employees
    • How to investigate and respond to whistleblower claims vs. “anonymous” reports

3:00
Networking Break
3:30

What’s Missing in Your Internal Investigations Program

The Top 10 Most Critical Decisions from Programme Structure, Budget, Privilege to Corporate Governance

Simone Nadelhofer
Partner
Lalive

Vanessa Nigro
Global Director for Internal Audit, Investigations & Enterprise Risk Management
Dufry Group

Daniel Weber
Attorney at Law
UBS Group Investigations

  • Creating standards, manuals, policies, operating procedures for the team
  • Budget: How much you need to spend and mitigating the risk of spiralling costs
  • Delivering effective training to team members
  • When to involve outside counsel
  • Right-sizing internal investigations: Lessons from recent cross-border investigations, enforcement actions and settlements
  • When and when not to investigate new or peripheral red flags
  • When to stop: How to know when to conclude the investigation
  • Governance issues: What types of matters to report to your Audit Committee and the Board

4:30

Indonesia and Singapore

The Most Pivotal Developments Affecting Corporate Liability and Adequate Process

Yuet Ming Tham
Global Co-Head White Collar, Litigation & Investigations
Sidley Austin

Jennifer Zerm
VP Chief Compliance Officer
Fortive Corporation

  • Enforcement updates and new risk areas arising from doing business in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and India
  • How to build local compliance programmes that can withstand scrutiny by local governments and US regulators
  • Implications of the 2018 Malaysia elections on the compliance and enforcement climate
  • Malaysia’s new corporate liability law and its practical impact

5:15
Co-Chairs’ Closing Remarks and End of Conference