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2016 Compliance & Ethics Institute

September 25 - 28, 2016 | Sheraton Grand Chicago | Chicago, IL

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MONDAY

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SESSION

SPEAKER

GENERAL SESSIONS

(8:30 – 9:30 am)

Sidetracked: Why Our Decisions Get Derailed, and How We Can Stick to the Plan 

  • What biases most affect your decisions and get us off track?
  • Specific situations or decisions that were influenced by systematic errors.
  • How to be a better decision maker in the future.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Francesca Gino, Professor, Harvard Business School; Author of Sidetracked: Why Our Decisions Get Derailed, and How We Can Stick to the Plan

(9:30 – 10:30 am)

Investigative Interviewing: What Researchers Have Found Works and Doesn’t Work 

  • Learn from a former U.S. Department of Justice attorney how to avoid common investigative interviewing techniques whose validity has been questioned by researchers and some courts.
  • Learn how to use newer, scientifically validated interviewing techniques proven to obtain more information from witnesses.
  • Learn advanced interviewing techniques proven to make it easier to differentiate between truth-tellers and those who are deceptive.

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Michael W. Johnson, CEO Clear Law Institute


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

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Risk back to top

101: From FCPA Prosecutors to Company Protectors: Lessons from Former DOJ FCPA Unit Prosecutors on How to Best Protect Your Company from the Risks of Corruption

  • Overview of 2016 developments defining the risks, challenges, and enforcement trends in global hot spots around the world from Asia to Africa and the Americas.
  • Discussion of how to interpret new DOJ and SEC policies and past FCPA enforcement actions to improve your anti-corruption policies, internal audit program and investigative responses.
  • Engage in real-world exercises and scenarios that take a deep dive into global anti-corruption program design, risk identification and assessment, and effective investigative strategies.

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Maria Gonzalez Calvet, Executive Counsel, GE Energy Management and GE Latin America

Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP, Former Assistant Chief (FCPA Unit), Criminal Division, Fraud Section, US DOJ, Washington, D.C.

 Ethics back to top

102: Organizational Ethics: Who Needs It?

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Marjorie W. Doyle, Marjorie Doyle & Associates

Art Weiss, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, TAMKO Building Products, Inc.

 Case Studies back to top

103: A Conversation with The Priceline Group, Inc.: Driving a High Touch International E&C Program Strategy

  • Ethics Ambassador Program: building momentum for trust and growth through enthusiastic champions, owning & driving key messages deep into regional offices.
  • Scaling multi-generational education & communication needs through high touch experiential, animation & interactive polling strategies. Balancing the integration white hot issues such as Data Security, Data Privacy, and Social Media.
  • Learn how to thread purpose with impact by connecting headlines to situational dilemmas, with a consistent pulse on audience engagement.

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Eduardo Andrade, SVP, Global Compliance & Ethics Officer, The Priceline Group, Inc.

Nita Drakatos, Compliance Manager, The Priceline Group, Inc.

Marsha H. Ershaghi Hames, Senior Leader Education Advisory Services, LRN

  Multinational/ International back to top

104: Big Data, Big Issues: Global Challenges and Effective Solutions

  • Technology has a huge impact on compliance including investigations & prevention. Global rules have local impact & the law is changing especially in Europe.
  • How can multinational businesses cope with the pace of change?
  • How can multinational businesses use big data to minimize third party risk?

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Jonathan P. Armstrong, Partner, Cordery

James Lin, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Regulatory DataCorp

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

105: Compliance For Subsidiaries, JVs and Other Affiliates

  • How should a parent company assess compliance risks for subsidiaries, JVs and other affiliates?
  • What are best practices approaches for overseeing compliance training, auditing, investigations and other program functions by an affiliate?
  • How can a parent company avoid creating liability based on too much involvement in an affiliate’s compliance program?

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Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Partner, Kaplan & Walker LLP

 IT Compliance back to top

106: Information Security and the Compliance Officer

  • How to handle IT professionals at work.
  • Discuss the role of the compliance officer in an IT department.
  • How to get results from your IT professionals.

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Ralph Villanueva, Senior IT Compliance Analyst, Las Vegas Sands Corporation

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

107: Key Insights in Managing Third-Party Compliance and Ethics Risks

  • Compliance’s current process for managing third-party risk focuses on setting and enforcing standards for third-party behavior, which places a heavy operational burden on the business.
  • Best-in-class programs account for the time and cost considerations that drive business stakeholders’ behavior.
  • The best companies make third-party compliance costs transparent, reduce the drag associated with due diligence, and harness the self-interest of third parties to their advantage.

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Brian K. Lee, Practice Leader, CEB Compliance & Legal Practice

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

108: Compliance Is Ruff: A Dog’s Approach

  • Techniques used in the service dog training industry to gain compliance and correct unwanted behaviors.
  • Methods utilized in the service dog training industry to work through challenging or difficult situations.
  • How to apply these techniques and methods to enhance the effectiveness of a compliance program.

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Kimberly A. Lansford, Chief Compliance Officer, Shriners Hospitals for Children

Carol Lansford, Service Dog Trainer

Gabe II, Service Dog, Warrior Canine Connection

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD1: Take a Swim in the Compliance Fish Tank

  • The audience will vote and select hot compliance topics for discussion.
  • The audience will be divided into two groups, those inside the compliance fish tank and those outside the compliance fish tank.
  • The group inside the compliance fish tank discusses the hot compliance topic for ten minutes followed by five minutes of questions by those outside the fish tank; the groups will then reverse roles and continually repeat the exercise until the session is completed.

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

John Falcetano, Managing Director, Action Compliance Services, LLC

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD2: Big Picture E&C Program Challenges: A Day in the Life of the Successful Compliance Officer

  • Survey and explore some major challenges and frustrations that E&C leaders can face in day-to-day practice.
  • Navigate through a real-world scenario that illustrates systemic challenges and its impact to ethics and compliance program effectiveness.
  • Collaborate and discuss practical strategies and solutions for addressing big picture challenges and leading successful change in the organization.

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Greg Triguba, Senior Practice Leader, Ethics, Compliance and Risk, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.


Networking Lunch

12:00 - 1:00 PM

 

Networking Break

1:00 - 1:30 PM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

1:30 - 2:30 PM


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 Risk back to top

201: Conflicts of Interest: Exploring Risks, Harms and Controls

  • Explore the ways in which conflicts of interest harm organizations.
  • Explore best practices in conflicts of interest controls: policies, training, pre-approvals, ethics walls and other controls.
  • Explore global perspectives and challenges in the field, and the importance of culture to conflicts management.

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Rebecca Walker, Partner, Kaplan & Walker LLP

Lewis Segall, Senior Counsel, Ethics and Compliance, Google Inc.

 Ethics back to top

202: Finding Common Ethical Ground in Your Multicultural Organization

  • Today’s businesses are comprised of multicultural stakeholders. How does this complicate your ethics program?
  • Explore how personal values impact ethical performance in your organization.
  • Identify the organization’s responsibilities to its stakeholders to create, implement, and enforce an organizational code of ethics and values-based culture that goes beyond legal compliance.

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Courtney A. Sander, Senior Regulatory Compliance Analyst, Petco Animal Supplies, Inc.

 Case Studies back to top

203: Seven Deadly Sins of Government Officials & Employees: Why Integrity Matters

  • Explore and discuss the seven prevalent breaches that lead government officials and employees to violate the public trust in administration of public sector programs and services.
  • Discuss how accountability and organizational structure of government affects the viability, effectiveness and implementation of compliance and ethics programs.
  • Learn the essential fundamentals of conducting internal investigations involving government employees.

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Jeffrey B. Norman, Chief Compliance Officer, City of Atlanta

Jabu M. Sengova, Associate Ethics Officer, City of Atlanta

 Multinational/ International back to top

204: Best Practices and Advice: Your Up-to-Date Guide to Human Rights Law, the Modern Slavery Act, and Your Company’s Obligations in Transparency and Compliance

  • Get up-to-the-minute information on the most pressing supply chain and human rights transparency disclosure requirements in the US and UK.
  • Ensure you’re meeting your company’s obligations under the new UK Modern Slavery Act, California Transparency in Supply Chain Act and US Federal Contracting laws.
  • Gather best practices to streamline your supply chain due diligence and audits with your FCPA/anti-corruption program for maximum effectiveness with minimal duplication.

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Kristy Grant-Hart, Founder and Managing Director, Spark Compliance Consulting; Author, How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer

Sarah Powell, Global Compliance Manager, Pearson

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

205: Form I-9 - Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategies

  • Form I-9 employment eligibility verification within the context of risk assessment.
  • Strategies to identify, remedy and prevent exposure to risks.
  • Ideas for structuring compliant Form I-9 processes.

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Alessandra Bortolotti, Compliance Client Services Manager, Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

 IT Compliance back to top

206: You Already Have Zero Privacy – Get Over It!

  • Does employer drug testing and reviewing social media sights promote gamesmanship?
  • Do citizens have a right to be forgotten?
  • How phishing and pretexting can lead to identity theft?

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Paul E. Fiorelli, Professor of Legal Studies and Co-Director, Cintas Institute for Business Ethics, Xavier University

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

207: Building a Culture of Compliance – A View from Capitol Hill

  • Outreach/building relationships. Discuss no cost ways to create buy in at all levels. Discuss how the Senate structure has influenced the Committee’s approach to this.
  • Making it relevant. Discuss how to make ethics/compliance relevant and engaging to different audiences within your organization.
  • Using the worst case scenarios to your advantage. Discuss how to use violations/missteps in a constructive way without having a chilling effect on engagement with your audience/community.

No Presentation Available

Deborah S. Mayer, Chief Counsel & Staff Director, Select Committee on Ethics – US Senate

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

208: If CNBC Called Today, Would You Be Ready?

  • As the media continues to take a closer look at the compliance department within any company, especially around news stories of fines and other infractions - it’s becoming increasingly important that the compliance team be media-ready.
  • Journalists are always looking for new sources when it comes to the topic of compliance, are you equipped with the tools and techniques you need to serve as a thought leader in the space?
  • In this interactive ‘Media 101’ session, we will discuss (and role-play) common media interview pitfalls and ways to avoid them as well as some key tips on how to handle typical media inquiries.

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Grace Keith, Director PR & Content, Caliber Corporate Advisers

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD3: Retaliation, Real or Imagined – What You Can Do to Address Employee Concerns

  • Why employees fear retaliation.
  • Forms of retaliation.
  • The compliance officer’s and management’s role in identifying and mitigating employee concerns and how to best communicate zero tolerance for any form of retaliation in the workplace.

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Al Gagne, Former Director, Ethics & Compliance, Textron Systems Corporation (retired)

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD4: Metrics: Advanced Techniques for Evaluating Your Compliance & Ethics Program

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Marjorie W. Doyle, Marjorie Doyle & Associates


Networking Break

2:30 - 3:00 PM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

3:00 – 4:00 PM


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 Risk back to top

301: Global Privacy and Data Protection Risks: Protecting Corporate Digital Assets

  • Building and running a risk based cyber security program.
  • Understanding the essentials of privacy law in the U.S.
  • Cyber security and privacy update with a focus on the U.S. and the EU.

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David J. Heller, Enterprise Risk Management and General Auditor, Edison International

Jeremy Batterman, Associate Director, Information Security and Incident Response, Navigant Consulting, Inc.

 Ethics back to top

302: Ethics Ambassadors: Your Diplomatic Corps for Ethics & Compliance - The Key to a Values-Driven Approach

  • What are ethics ambassadors and why are they effective in achieving a strong ethical culture and improved compliance?
  • The business case for your diplomatic corps: How to get the executive team to buy into the concept.
  • How do you create and sustain an ethics ambassador corps in a global organisation.

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Ruth N. Steinholtz, Values Based Business Ethics Advisor, AretéWork LLP

 Case Studies back to top

303: Gift & Entertainment, Conflicts and Corruption: An Interplay of Risks and Best Practices to Address Them

  • Discussion of interplay among several compliance risk areas - Gifts & Entertainment, Conflicts of Interest and Anti-Corruption.
  • Examination of BHP Billiton and other key cases involving these risk areas, their resolution and what we can learn from them.
  • Best Practices For Effectively Addressing These Risks.

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Lisa S. Hughes, Vice President, Deputy Chief Compliance Officer, NBCUniversal

Randi J. Roberts, Vice President, Compliance, NBCUniversal

 Multinational/ International back to top

304: Creating, Implementing and Managing Effective Global Communication and Training Programs on a Budget

  • No budget? No problem! Learn how to be creative with minimal resources.
  • Overcoming US-centric and Local Biases - Know how to tailor your communications and training programs to take advantage of local cultural norms.
  • Leveraging other teams - how to engage business teams to support Compliance’s work.

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Renata Moreti, Director, North America Compliance, Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Johan Thorell, Director, EMEA Compliance, Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Vivian Zhou, China Compliance Manager, Carlson Wagonlit Travel

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

305: The Personal Liability of Corporate Officers for Foreign Corrupt Practices

  • Personal consequences and individual sanctions that corporate officers can face if their company is involved in a case of overseas fraud and corruption and the triggers of personal liability.
  • The global jurisdictional frameworks for personal liability that the Multilateral Development Banks use to address fraud and corruption and public debar individual corporate officers and their companies in the context of development.
  • Compliance programs and other options that are available to individuals to mitigate their personal liability risks both as a preventative measure and if fraud or corruption have occurred on their watch.

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David G. Hawkes, Head of Special Litigations, World Bank Group Integrity Vice Presidency

Paul Haynes, Lead Investigator, World Bank Group Integrity Vice Presidency

 IT Compliance back to top

306: Compromising Merchants: A Live Hack Demo

  • Learn why merchants are continually under attack from hackers, and why they don’t know where they are vulnerable.
  • Identify through the Live Hack Demo how easily unprotected credit card data can be stolen.
  • Discuss past compromises, hacking methodology, live hacking examples, and how the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard protects merchant data.

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Presentation (3 slides/page)

John Bartholomew, Senior Vice President of Sales, Security Metrics

  General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

307: Ready, Set, Go: Your Next Career Move

  • Ready: Understand what employers are looking for in mid-career ethics and compliance professionals: 2016 skills, specializations, and experience. Explore ideas for building those skills and specializations while still in your current role.
  • Set: Learn how to find and tap into compliance-friendly peer and networking groups in your community, see how to build your online presence specifically towards an ethics and compliance focus.
  • Go: Understand how retained search services work, and how they find strong candidates for compliance directors and executives. Hear the latest on job search sites (e.g. SCCE Board) and places to spot compliance openings.

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

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Handout 2
Handout 3

Adelle Elia, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, US Investigations Services

Paige Shannon, Federal Services Counsel & Compliance Officer, Kforce Inc

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

308: Compliance 3.0: Leveraging Social Media to Drive a Culture of Compliance

  • Leveraging innovative social media tools to further compliance.
  • Social Media-the key to a two-way conversation with compliance.
  • Social Media as a tool to engage business leaders and train employees.

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Louis A. Sapirman, VP, Associate Gen Counsel & CCO, Dun & Bradstreet

Thomas R. Fox, Principal, Advanced Compliance, TOMFOXLAW.COM

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD5: Suppliers and Other Third Party Engagement

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Eric R. Feldman, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD6: The Yate’s Memo’s Impact on Internal Investigations

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Michael Volkov, CEO, Volkov Law Group LLC


Networking Break

4:00 - 4:30 PM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

4:30 – 5:30 PM


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 Risk back to top

401: Export Controls Risk: Challenges, Strategies, and Effective Management

  • Overview of global export compliance risks, challenges, and enforcement trends.
  • Explore and share best practices in assessing global export risk and discuss strategies for effective management.
  • Share real-world scenarios related to export control compliance challenges and practical solutions that made a difference.

Presentation (2 slides/page)
Presentation (3 slides/page)

Brian Warshawsky, Systemwide Manager of Export Control Compliance and Empowered Official, University of California Office of the President

Luanna Putney, Associate Chancellor and Senior Advisor to the Chancellor, University of California Merced

 Ethics back to top

402: From Villains to Heroes: Fostering Ethical Behavior in Organizations

  • Why unethical behavior occurs in organizations and the importance of the ethical culture inside the company.
  • The good, the bad and the misguided employee: how managers inadvertently encourage deviant behavior.
  • Suggestions for creating and maintaining an ethically-oriented culture: how to get employees to want act ethically.

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Presentation (3 slides/page)

Patricia Colombo, General Manager of Legal, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, FUJIFILM Brasil

 Case Studies back to top

403: How an Organization Created the Model Compliance Committee

  • Move the Compliance Committee from becoming just another “meeting” to one that is an effective work group in dealing with Compliance issues.
  • Understanding and managing the life cycle of planning a Compliance Committee meeting that avoids wasted time and promotes action oriented discussions and decision making.
  • How to design and manage an agenda that makes the best use of a Compliance Committee’s meeting time while prompting effective interaction among the committee members.

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Walter E. Johnson, Director of Compliance & Ethics, Kforce Government Solutions

Frank Ruelas, Facility Compliance Professional, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health

 Multinational/ International back to top

404: Conducting Effective Third Party Due Diligence In China

  • A review of existing third party information available to risk professionals, demonstrating how it can be utilized to support due diligence processes.
  • Common frustrations and misconceptions relating to conducting due diligence in China.
  • Review of legal, regulatory and economic challenges pertaining to conducting third party due diligence in China.

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Allan Matheson, Managing Director, Blue Umbrella

 

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

405: Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege and Attorney Work Product Protection in Internal and Government Investigations

  • Asserting and preserving the attorney-client privilege and attorney work product protection in the context of an internal investigation: legal, ethical and practical considerations.
  • What to do with the feds come knocking: additional factors to consider regarding the privilege and work product protection in the midst of a government investigation.
  • Collateral implications: treatment of the privilege and work product protection in collateral litigation concerning an investigation.

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Eric J. Gorman, Partner, Skadden Arps

Lawrence Oliver, II, Chief Counsel, Investigations, The Boeing Company

 IT Compliance back to top

406: Top Tips for Managing Global Data Privacy Compliance

  • Current hot topics in data privacy and cyber security.
  • Making data privacy compliance a core ethical and compliance issue for the Board.
  • What the future holds for data protection and how to prepare for it.

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Robert J. Bond, Head of DataProtection and Cyber Security Law, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

407: Return on Investment (ROI) for Compliance Programs: Challenges and Options

  • Explore various approaches to “Return on Investment” (ROI) for compliance programs
  • Documenting indicators for ROI on compliance programs takes different tools and method than traditional models of ROI.
  • Discussions will highlight challenges for defining ROI for compliance programs – detailing and explaining possible options and alternatives.

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Sheryl Vacca, Senior Vice President/Chief Compliance & Audit Officer, University of California

David S. Lane, Deputy Compliance Officer, University of California - Office of the President

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

408: Keeping Compliance Simple Without Dumbing it Down

  • What the government practically expects of your training and communications.
  • Why you need to make things simple without dumbing it down and how to do it.
  • How to check if your training and communications are working.

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Ricardo Pellafone, Creative Director, Broadcat

John Partridge, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD7: Compliance as a Unique Sales Differentiator

  • Can your compliance program actually help your company sell more business?
  • Having a strong, well-supported compliance program can not only enhance your company’s reputation, but can help you make the cut when bidding for new business.
  • Marketing your Compliance Program (internally and externally) as a Competitive Advantage.

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Janet K. Himmelreich, Head, Client Compliance Services CoE, BT Global Services

Sally March, Director, Drummond March & Co

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD8: From Bangkok to Bogotá and Boston to Brussels, Global ABC and FCPA Benchmarks, Best Practices and Bootcamps – One Size Does Not Fit All

  • How do companies choose to communicate their antibribery values to their global workforce?
  • If your compliance program is starting at 0, how to resist the urge to go straight to 60mph? How to ease yourself out onto the anti-bribery and anti-corruption road.
  • What are specific FCPA/Global Compliance risks that keep you challenged?

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Jay Rosen, Vice President, Legal & Corporate Language Solutions, Merrill Brink International