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Handout - 2018 - Regional - Western Balkans - October 4

SESSION

SPEAKER

Ongoing Monitoring of Risk

  • A framework for compliance monitoring
  • Effective use of data analytics
  • Third party monitoring

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Gerry Zack, Incoming CEO, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics

 


Think globally, act locally: how to implement a due diligence program in Western Balkans?

  • The structure of an effective due diligence program
  • The local specific risks in 3rd party interaction
  • The challenges of implementation (highlighting a few interesting anonymized cases)
  • What pitfalls do compliance officers face?

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Milos Stopic, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Middle East & Eastern Europe, Louis Berger International

 


Codes of Conduct – constitutional chains or a living breathing document?

  • How do you know if your Code of Conduct is fit-for-purpose? Is it principles based/ rules based/ or both?
  • Is it sending the right message? Is it tied to your corporate values and business strategy?
  • Is your senior management assisting in continuous communication?
  • How are lessons learnt from “ethical failures” captured in your ethics program?
  • How are suspected “ethical” failures reported? Is your whistleblower protection program robust

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Bandini Chhichhia, Principal, Policy and Ethics, Office of the Chief Compliance Officer, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development


The Risks in Assessing Risk

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Adam Turteltaub CHC, CCEP, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives & International Programs, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association

 


Information security: how to effectively protect your information and achieve compliance

  • Discussion of modern data privacy, security and compliance challenges (e.g. GDPR)
  • What is data classification and why it is important? Why every organization needs to think about its data classification strategy?
  • How to control the entire content lifecycle and ensure effective content protection, discovery, use, retire and compliance?

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Mirad Maglic, Microsoft

 


Compliance, Ethics and Irrational People (All of US)

  • We tend to think that people are basically rational, but what if we aren’t?
  • This presentation reviews data on how people think and don’t, especially when it comes to right and wrong
  • Provides insights into how to improve human behavior based on how we approach ethical decisions

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Adam Turteltaub CHC, CCEP, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives & International Programs, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association


Fighting Corruption to Boost Economic Growth

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina has enormous economic potential, but unleashing that potential will require combatting corruption, improving rule of law, and creating a better business climate.
  • Strong, consistent, and predictable rule of law provides the kind of business environment where companies can trade and invest confidently.
  • Business and government leaders need to model international standards for ethics and compliance in order to promote rule of law and improve the business climate.

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Maureen Cormack, US Ambassador, Bosnia and Herzegovina