Day 1 - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

7:45
Registration & Welcome Coffee
8:45
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks and Welcome Networking Ice Breaker
9:45

THE SFO KEYNOTE INTERVIEW – THE COMPLIANCE YEAR IN REVIEW

2018 Noteworthy Regulatory and Enforcement Updates Affecting Global Businesses and their Compliance Efforts
10:45

REGULATORY AND ENFORCEMENT UPDATES

A Focus on the Defence & Aerospace Industry
11:00
Networking and refreshment break
11:15

INDUSTRY LESSONS LEARNED POST-#METOO MOVEMENT

Proactive Policies and Processes Implemented to Prevent, Detect and Address the Wrongdoings
12:00

Think Tank on the Economics of Returning to Work after Maternity Leave

Innovative and Flexible Solutions that Satisfy the Company and the Employee
1:00
Networking During Lunch and Mentor-Mentee Circles* Luncheon
3:00

INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS PANEL

Special Considerations on Culture Differences when Structuring, Scoping and Staffing
4:00
Networking and Refreshments
4:30

WOMEN BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE OECD

How Monitoring Implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Helps Drive Compliance
4:45

FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSION

The Faces of Unconscious Gender Bias: How Organisations are Addressing and Controlling the Risks Posed by Discriminations in the Work Place
5:30
Closing Remarks of the Co-chairs and End of Day 1 of the Conference

Day 2 - Thursday, March 28, 2019

8:00
Registration
8:45

IN CONVERSATION

Co-Chairs’ Recap of Day 1 & Opening Remarks
9:15

Hypothetical Speak Up Scenarios

How to Instil and Maintain an Effective Speak Up Culture
10:15

INTERDEPARTMENTAL COMMUNICATION

Proven Practical Tips to Develop and Maintain Techniques for Fostering Effective Interdepartmental Communication across The Compliance, Legal, Ethics and Audit Team
10:45
Morning Refreshment Break
11:15

Building and Cultivating a Personal Brand

Recognising your Own Leadership Style and How to Make it Work for your Compliance Team and your Organisation
12:15

THE GENDER PAY GAP

Compliance, Enforcement and Lessons Learned
1:00
Networking Luncheon Mentor-Mentee Circles* Luncheon
2:30

AFTERNOON BREAKOUT ROUNDTABLES

Afternoon Breakout Roundtables Section Header
2:31

ROUNDTABLE 1

A Week in a Life of The Compliance Officer within the Company’s Compliance Organisation
2:32

ROUNDTABLE 2

Ethics & Compliance in the Boardroom: Are You Ready to Serve as a Director?
3:30
Co-Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of the Conference

Day 1 - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

7:45
Registration & Welcome Coffee
8:45
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks and Welcome Networking Ice Breaker

Tamara Davies
Head of Compliance and Corporate Secretariat
Vodafone Group Services (UK)

Carol Fuchs
Executive Counsel, International Trade Regulation – Retired
General Electric (USA)

As the conference begins, join this new structured interactive networking session to maximise your opportunity to make connections with your compliance peers from around the globe. Instructions for the exercise will be given on the day..

9:45

THE SFO KEYNOTE INTERVIEW – THE COMPLIANCE YEAR IN REVIEW

2018 Noteworthy Regulatory and Enforcement Updates Affecting Global Businesses and their Compliance Efforts

Camilla de Silva
Joint Head of Bribery and Corruption
UK Serious Fraud Office

10:45

REGULATORY AND ENFORCEMENT UPDATES

A Focus on the Defence & Aerospace Industry

Debbi Smith
Director, Defense, Space & Security (BDS), Global Trade Controls, Office of Internal Governance
The Boeing Company (USA)

11:00
Networking and refreshment break
11:15

INDUSTRY LESSONS LEARNED POST-#METOO MOVEMENT

Proactive Policies and Processes Implemented to Prevent, Detect and Address the Wrongdoings

Ellen M. Hunt, J.D.
Senior Vice President, Audit, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Office of General Counsel
AARP

Lynn Haaland
SVP, Deputy General Counsel, Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity
PepsiCo

  • What policies and tangible actions companies have put in place to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
  • How organisations have changed or improved internal culture from a “culture of silence” and/or toxicity to a culture of open communication, reporting and accountability
  • Defining and providing training on what is meant by “consent”
  • Training of the investigators to avoid poor investigations
  • How investigations and similar processes for sexual harassment incidents are conducted today to demonstrate the seriousness of the allegations and the diligence of the organisation
  • How cultural and/ or language differences; significant age or gender imbalance – can influence the investigation
  • Processes in place to support and believe complainant as well as reducing the potential negative impact of social media pressure on the respondent
  • Managing the potential backlash of the #MeToo Movement on mentoring a sponsoring from male colleagues
  • Identifying situational risk factors and what to do to mitigate increased risk in relation to these factors

12:00

Think Tank on the Economics of Returning to Work after Maternity Leave

Innovative and Flexible Solutions that Satisfy the Company and the Employee

Elodie Chalmers
Global Head Anti Bribery & Corruption
UBS

Carmen Di Marino
Chief Legal Officer
Dompé farmaceutici S.p.A. (Italy)

  • Common fears, misconceptions and mysteries about the return from maternity leave in the workplace – who loses, who wins?
  • The multiple ways of discrimination during maternity leave and on return to work existing in organisations
  • How to support women returning from maternity leave in the workplace
  • Ways to encourage and retain female talent after maternity leave
  • Industry experiences that work for the employee and the employer
  • What the statistics say about the practices the UK, UK and other Countries

1:00
Networking During Lunch and Mentor-Mentee Circles* Luncheon

(*) Mentor-Mentee Circles and Networking During Lunches

Take part in our highly demanded mentor-mentee luncheons on both days of the conference. The mentor-mentee luncheons pair leaders in compliance, legal, ethic and audit careers with those wishing to further develop in their career. Gain lessons learned from those who have been through the ropes.
 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

 

For mentees: After you registered please indicate two areas you are looking to be mentored on and whether you’d prefer to be paired with someone in a similar role or industry

Mentor areas

  • Climbing the corporate ladder
  • Conquering cultural differences
  • Negotiating pay increase
  • Overcoming unconscious bias and discrimination in the work place
  • Working well with other women
  • Career opportunities within the Compliance industry
  • Other, please name

To apply email: Mentee@c5-online.com
 

For mentors: If you are interested in the role of mentor at the conference, please contact C5 or Yvette Lingom at y.lingom@c5-online.com for further discussion about expectations.

C5 will place participants into the most suitable 121 or groupings to meet their individual needs, where possible.

Attendees will be contacted by C5 prior to the conference to let them know which luncheon tables to attend

The 2019 Mentors’ Panel:

Carol Fuchs
Former Executive Counsel, International Trade Regulation – Retired, General Electric

Tamara Davies
Head of Compliance and Corporate Secretariat, Vodafone Group Services (UK)

Debbi Smith
Director, Defense,Space & Security (BDS), Global Trade Controls, Office of Internal Governance, The Boeing Company (USA)

Ellen M. Hunt, J.D.
Senior Vice President, Audit, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Office of General Counsel, AARP

Lynn Haaland
SVP, Deputy General Counsel – Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer – Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity, PepsiCo (USA)

Isabella Gonzalez
Ethics & Compliance Director, Whirlpool EMEA (Italy)

Anna Romberg
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, VP Ethics and Compliance, Cargotec (Finland)

Elizabeth Wilks-Wood
Compliance Director Europe, AB InBev, Belgium

Angélique Parisot-Potter
Group Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Massy Group of Companies (Trinidad and Tobago)

Kim Yapchai
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Tenneco (USA)

Shara Galvin
EMEA Trade Compliance Manager, Bloomberg L.P. (UK)

Amy Conway-Hatcher
Partner, Baker Botts LLP (USA)

3:00

INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS PANEL

Special Considerations on Culture Differences when Structuring, Scoping and Staffing

Jamie L. Boucher
Partner
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Affiliates

Anna Romberg
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, VP Ethics and Compliance
Cargotec (Finland)

Monique Elgin
Head of Group Ethics and Compliance
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (UAE)

  • What you should know before assembling a team and determining the scope of the internal investigation
  • How to engage different departments and ensure that there is independence in the process
  • What should be the role of the compliance officer in an internal investigation?
  • What are the obstructions to the process every woman in compliance should prepare for?
  • How to navigate through cultural differences to ensure that interviews are fairly conducted and that you get the information you are seeking for in the jurisdiction where the facts took place
  • How to deal with inconclusive findings and avoid any perceptions of “an unsatisfactory” investigation
  • When to stop: How to know when to conclude the investigation
  • How to communicate with the local authorities regarding a potential violation — what protections are provided to the company?
  • Determining how much you need to spend and how to control the risk of rising costs
  • Why some internal investigations do not detect the wrong doing?

4:00
Networking and Refreshments
4:30

WOMEN BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE OECD

How Monitoring Implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Helps Drive Compliance

Christine Uriarte
Senior Anti-Corruption Analyst
OECD Anti-Corruption Division

4:45

FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSION

The Faces of Unconscious Gender Bias: How Organisations are Addressing and Controlling the Risks Posed by Discriminations in the Work Place

Elizabeth Wilks-Wood
Compliance Director Europe
AB InBev, Belgium

Laurence Houlbert
Global Compliance
nVent (France)

  • How does unconscious gender bias affect the internal organisation of the company and what are the implications?
  • Realising and accepting the unconscious gender bias that surrounds us to take the next steps in tearing it down
  • Tackling unconscious gender bias from management including women
  • Tracking women through your organisation to see how they are progressing
    • Keeping a record of how it compares to that of men
  • Where are problems and challenges being identified?
  • Understanding what the senior executives look for when shortlisting for promotions
  • How to respond when you are overlooked for a promotion in favour of an objectively less qualified male colleague
    • Steps you can take to challenge discrimination
  •  Tips and techniques to ensure women receive the same respect and reward in the workplace as their male colleagues
  • How to raise awareness of biases and train staff to overcome unintentional gender prejudice

5:30
Closing Remarks of the Co-chairs and End of Day 1 of the Conference

Day 2 - Thursday, March 28, 2019

8:00
Registration
8:45

IN CONVERSATION

Co-Chairs’ Recap of Day 1 & Opening Remarks

Carol Fuchs
Executive Counsel, International Trade Regulation – Retired
General Electric (USA)

Looking Back – Reflecting on my Career As A Woman in Compliance – Lessons Learned – Do’s and Don’ts
for the Next Generation

9:15

Hypothetical Speak Up Scenarios

How to Instil and Maintain an Effective Speak Up Culture

Facilitators:

Kim Yapchai
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Tenneco (USA)

Isabella Bdoian Gonzalez
Whirlpool Director, Ethics & Compliance EMEA
Whirlpool (Italy)

Boon Kim Fam
Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance
Asia Pacific, PVH Corp.(China)

Irasema Garza
Global Compliance Manager and LAR North Commercial
Whirlpool Corporation (Mexico)

Karlis Novickis
Professor
Insper, Brazil

10:15

INTERDEPARTMENTAL COMMUNICATION

Proven Practical Tips to Develop and Maintain Techniques for Fostering Effective Interdepartmental Communication across The Compliance, Legal, Ethics and Audit Team

Beth Ann Johnson
Director International Trade Compliance
Sealand Support Services Limited

10:45
Morning Refreshment Break
11:15

Building and Cultivating a Personal Brand

Recognising your Own Leadership Style and How to Make it Work for your Compliance Team and your Organisation

Stephanie C. Davis
Chief Compliance Officer
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.

Shara Galvin
EMEA Trade Compliance Manager
Bloomberg L.P. (UK)

  • How your personal brand is connected to your skills and achievements
  • Identifying the strong skills, you want to project in the office and matching your job performance to meet this goal
  • Finding the qualities of a natural leader, learning how to be – perceived as – a leader and cultivating these qualities
  • Tips to getting recognised as a credible candidate for promotion
  • Finding the right and suitable network for you
  • Effectively using women’s networks and personal networks to help achieve your career aspirations
  • How to promote yourself in a positive and constructive way
  • How do you take the next step from managed to manager and from senior management to the board?

12:15

THE GENDER PAY GAP

Compliance, Enforcement and Lessons Learned

Sarah Keeble
Partner
Mishcon de Reya LLP

  • Gender pay gap in the UK one year on: clarity on the reporting requirements and expectations of the public and the private sector
  • How to support organisations in effectively and accurately reporting: to what extent the compliance and the legal departments are involved in the process
  • What tools employees can utilise to challenge their organisation and drive compliance
  • How to make a case for a pay rise in response to pay inequality instances

1:00
Networking Luncheon Mentor-Mentee Circles* Luncheon

(*) Mentor-Mentee Circles and Networking During Lunches

Take part in our highly demanded mentor-mentee luncheons on both days of the conference. The mentor-mentee luncheons pair leaders in compliance, legal, ethic and audit careers with those wishing to further develop in their career. Gain lessons learned from those who have been through the ropes.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

For mentees: When registering for the conference, please indicate two areas you are looking to be mentored on and whether you’d prefer to be paired with someone in a similar role or industry

For mentors: If you are interested in the role of mentor at the conference, please contact C5 or Yvette Lingom at y.lingom@c5-online.com for further discussion about expectations.

C5 will place participants into the most suitable 121 or groupings to meet their individual needs, where possible.

Attendees will be contacted by C5 prior to the conference to let them know which luncheon tables to attend

The 2019 Mentors’ Panel:

Carol Fuchs
Former Executive Counsel, International Trade Regulation – Retired, General Electric

Tamara Davies
Head of Compliance and Corporate Secretariat, Vodafone Group Services (UK)

Debbi Smith
Director, Defense,Space & Security (BDS), Global Trade Controls, Office of Internal Governance, The Boeing Company (USA)

Ellen M. Hunt, J.D.
Senior Vice President, Audit, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Office of General Counsel, AARP

Lynn Haaland
SVP, Deputy General Counsel – Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer – Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity, PepsiCo (USA)

Isabella Gonzalez
Ethics & Compliance Director, Whirlpool EMEA (Italy)

Anna Romberg
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, VP Ethics and Compliance, Cargotec (Finland)

Elizabeth Wilks-Wood
Compliance Director Europe, AB InBev, Belgium

Angélique Parisot-Potter
Group Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Massy Group of Companies (Trinidad and Tobago)

Kim Yapchai
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Tenneco (USA)

Shara Galvin
EMEA Trade Compliance Manager, Bloomberg L.P. (UK)

Amy Conway-Hatcher
Partner, Baker Botts LLP (USA)

2:30

AFTERNOON BREAKOUT ROUNDTABLES

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2:31

ROUNDTABLE 1

A Week in a Life of The Compliance Officer within the Company’s Compliance Organisation

Anna Romberg
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, VP Ethics and Compliance
Cargotec (Finland)

Julia Romashkina
Chief Compliance Officer
MTS Group (Russia)

2:32

ROUNDTABLE 2

Ethics & Compliance in the Boardroom: Are You Ready to Serve as a Director?

Ellen M. Hunt, J.D.
Senior Vice President, Audit, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Office of General Counsel
AARP

3:30
Co-Chair’s Closing Remarks and End of the Conference