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TUESDAY

SESSION

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Common Session: Fight Against Corruption: Comply or Settle the French Way 

(9:00 – 10:00)

  • First implementation phase of the Sapin II Law
  • French anticorruption agency issues guidelines 
  • French National Financial Prosecutor issues first DPA

Eric Russo, First deputy Prosecutor at the Parquet National Financier, PNF

Maria Lancri, Avocat à la Cour, GGV Avocats à la Cour - Rechtsanwälte

Common Session: TBD

(10:00 – 11:00)


 
 

Networking Break

11:00 - 11:30

 

501: Best Practices for Multinational Companies Conducting Cross-Border Investigations and Due Diligence

  • What if subsidiaries don't get along? Structuring compliance departments in an international company for maximum efficiency.
  • When borders unite: Increasing expectations on companies from governments that are working together.
  • When borders divide: Navigating employee and third party interviews and background checks, the movement of data, and language and cultural differences.

Ann Sultan, Attorney, Miller & Chevalier

Geza Nagy, Compliance Officer, VEON Ltd.    

 


502: Compliance in Emerging Markets: Disrupting the Single Story

  • Doing business in emerging markets can be challenging for companies and their compliance officers.
  • The speakers have experience working in various emerging markets across different industries, and the presentation will provide a different take on compliance in emerging markets.
  • This session is designed to assist compliance professionals in understanding risks in emerging markets but also to share best practices based on their experience in a number of those countries.

Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel, CEO, Compliance for Good

Caroline Hailey, Compliance and Ethics Practitioner

 

AD503Compliance and Ethics: Essential Components in Every Manager's Toolkit

  • Discuss how you can use middle manager training to drive a change in how compliance is perceived - from dull annual training to an essential part of a manager's skillset.
  • Focus compliance training to facilitate middle managers' learning and how they can incorporate strong ethical and compliance values day to day.
  • Share simple training tips to help middle managers become better role models and highlight the business value of compliance and ethics to capture manager focus - and thereby spread the load for compliance officers everywhere.

ADVANCED DISCUSSION: Attendance limited to 50 participants on a first‑come, first‑served basis.

Sorcha Diver, Senior Manager, Risk and Compliance, Allstate Northern Ireland





 

Networking Lunch

12:30 - 13:30

 
 

601: Coordination between Ethics &Compliance, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management: Practical Tips on How to Leverage Risk Assessment and More

  • Learn how to use, share and leverage technology.
  • Hear practical examples that lead to more complete Risk Assessment.
  • Can't handle a large diverse company spread throughout the world; Divide and Conquer.

David J. Heller, VP Risk Management & General Auditor, Edison International

Heinz Wustmann, Partner, Risk Advisory, Deloitte GmbH

602: Mergers & Acquisitions: Managing Corporate Compliance Through Integration and Organizational Change

  • Compliance's Role during Due Diligence
  • Integrating the Compliance Program
  • Change Management

Jacqueline Cheslow, Avis Budget Group

Kimberly Chainey, Associate General Counsel, Global M, Avis Budget Group

AD603: Managing Third-Party Supply Chain Risk: How Much is Enough, and When is it Too Much?

    • This lively and interactive advanced discussion session will help you to benchmark your third-party program and provide best practices from people facing the same challenges that you are.
    • Discuss what’s happening in the new modern slavery and human trafficking landscape: What are you doing next?  What challenges are you facing?
    • Explore solutions to common third-party risks: data privacy, anti-bribery/corruption, and reputational risk around misconduct that could be attributed to you.

ADVANCED DISCUSSION: Attendance limited to 50 participants on a first‑come, first‑served basis.

Kristy Grant-Hart, Owner, Spark Compliance Consulting

 
Networking Break

14:30 - 14:45

 

701: Beyond Policies and Procedures – Obtaining Long Term Results Through Scenario Planning and Behavior Management

  • How to identify and manage longer term compliance risks through scenario planning.
  • How to identify compliance KPIs as the behaviors that will make or break your compliance program.
  • How to use behavior management tools to optimize the behaviors that will let your compliance program excel.

Paul Zietsman, Global Compliance Officer, SAP MENA



702: Millennial is a Dangerous Word: Gen Y, Gen Ni-Ni, Gen Maybe, or Gen Serious: How to Address Bias and Stereotypes in Relation to Compliance & Ethics 

  • Bias and Culture: You hate millennials, they hate Millennials, we all hate millennials!
  • Aligning this to Compliance and Ethics: What does this have to do with me?
  • What's Next?

Susan Du Becker, Global Compliance Enablement, Cisco Systems BV

Laura M. Ellis, Global Compliance Enablement, Cisco International Limited




AD703: TBD

ADVANCED DISCUSSION: Attendance limited to 50 participants on a first‑come, first‑served basis.