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Agenda

07:00 – 07:50 CET

Continental Breakfast (Exhibit Hall)

                                                                       

07:50 – 08:00 CET

Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

08:00 – 09:00 CET

General Session 1 – Creating value through AI ethics

Moderator: Gerry Zack, CEO, SCCE & HCCA

Panel: 

Anne-Sophie Bricca, Deputy General Counsel, Senior Director Legal Affairs & Compliance EMEA, Terumo BCT Europe N.V.
John Bowman, AI Ethics Client Engagement Lead, Chief Privacy Office, IBM

  • Turning ethical AI concepts into practical use: let’s start by sharing some concrete examples
  • Aligning the approach to AI ethics with issues of corporate responsibility
  • How to build the rules of law for an ethical AI?
  • Gaining buy-in to AI ethics from senior leadership, investors, and customers
  • The notion of human-centered AI
  • Integrating ethics into the AI lifecycle and business governance processes
 

09:00 – 09:15 CET

Break

 

09:15 – 10:30 CET

M101 What Will Your Employees Tell the Government: The Importance of a Cultural Assessment

Louis Perold, Principal, Citadel Compliance, SCCE & HCCA Board Member
Art Weiss, Principal, Strategic Compliance and Ethics Advisors, SCCE & HCCA Board Member

  • What will your employees tell the government during an investigation? Use a cultural assessment to find out before the government arrives, and take corrective action
  • What your employees know about your program and whether management walks the talk
Intermediate
09:15 – 10:30 CET

M102 Europe's Stony Path towards Whistleblower Protection: A Review of the European National Legislations on Whistleblower Protection

Paul Milata, Director, Nemexis GmbH
Karin Holloch, Partner, Holloch Compliance

  • Understanding why whistleblower protection is still difficult in Europe
  • Learning from the experience of successfully implemented whistleblower hotlines throughout Europe
  • Managing the challenges of whistleblower protection in different national legislations in Europe
Intermediate
09:15 – 10:30 CET

M103 Present Complex Ethical Cases of Human Rights, Child Labor, and International Corruption in Large, Globally Operating European Companies 

Carlos Desmet, Visiting Professor, Louvain School of Management
Patricia Werhane, Fellow at the Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society, Gies College of Business, University of Illinois
Gretchen Winter, Clinical Assistant Professor, Gies College of Business and Grainger College of Engineering, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Identify ways to manage and lead ethics and compliance programs and problems in multiple jurisdictions governed by various regulatory agencies
  • Discuss, with professor panel guidance/commentary and active compliance officer conversation, approaches for assessing risk and developing options to manage those challenging issues
Advanced
09:15 – 10:30 CET

MH104 Healthcare Compliance Program Development: Structure and Beyond

Debbie Troklus, Principal, Troklus Consulting, SCCE/HCCA Board Member

  • Discuss the elements of a healthcare compliance program
  • An interactive exercise in the appropriate development of the compliance program’s structure
  • Discuss what comes after the structure is in place
 

10:30 – 10:45 CET

Break  

10:45 – 11:45 CET

M201 Don't Be Bob, or Why Tone at the Top Matters

Russell Barr, Compliance Lead – Europe, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals

  • How Tone at the Top impacts culture: A case study
  • Good people can do bad things
  • How Ethics & Compliance helps retain our best people
Basic

10:45 – 11:45 CET

M202 Coach your organization to champion DEI

Walter Johnson, Assistant Privacy Officer, Inova Health System, SCCE & HCCA President
Jiajia Veronica Xu, Chief Compliance Officer, Saber Healthcare Group, LLC, SCCE & HCCA Board Member
Cedric Bourgeois, Head of Investigations, UNESCO

  • Integrate DEI in the compliance program, from recruitment to performance evaluation
  • Promote diversity in managerial processes to build enterprise-wide success
  • Boost the equity-part of your program to enhance staff performance and customer satisfaction
Intermediate

10:45 – 11:45 CET

M203 But Why Should I Tell You? When Your Conflict-of-Interest Program Is Questioned

Robert Bond, Sr. Counsel, Privacy Partnership Law, SCCE & HCCA President
Keith Read, Group Compliance Director
Laura Ellis, Compliance & ESG Manager, SoftwareONE

  • How to implement a Conflict-of-Interest process or tool when the business is asking why
  • How to utilize your network to get help
  • How to approach personal data privacy concerns delicately
Basic

10:45 – 11:45 CET

MH204 Developing an Auditing and Monitoring Plan That Is Scalable to the Organization’s Resources in Healthcare

Sheryl Vacca, SVP/Chief Risk Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health, SCCE & HCCA Board Member

  • Key points for consideration in developing a compliance auditing and monitoring plan
  • Methods for auditing that can be leveraged when resources are limited
  • Different techniques for conducting auditing
Basic

11:45 – 12:00 CET

Break  

12:00 – 13:00 CET

M301 The Importance of a Predictive Control System

Francesca Capra, Group Compliance Operations, Risk Governance & Reporting, Assicurazioni Generali SPA
Lara Bonora, Group Compliance Operations, Risk Governance & Reporting, Assicurazioni Generali SPA

  • How to assess the compliance control system through Key Compliance Indicators (KCI)
  • How to structure an effective Tableau de Bord to enhance steering mechanisms and control plans
  • Focus on Data Analytics to speed up data analysis and data quality reaching predictive models
Intermediate
12:00 – 13:00 CET

M302 The Battle for Risk Assessment: E&C, ERM and ESG (or How Best to Coordinate Risk Assessment

David Heller, VP Risk Management & General Auditor, Edison International
Jonathan Chibafa, Director, Squire Patton Boggs

  • Coordinate and leverage ERM and E&C periodic risk assessments while better utilizing resources
  • Provide better more comprehensive results with a less burdensome process that resonates with Boards
  • Stay up to date and relevant by adding ESG materiality and risk assessments to your risk assessment
Intermediate
12:00 – 13:00 CET

M303 Balancing the E, S & G in ESG

Casper Hansen, Chief Risk & Privacy Officer, Ambu

  • Developing a program that covers the entire value chain and ensure increased focus on S & G in ESG 
  • Recent cases of greenwashing have demonstrated the need for integrity and compliance in ESG
  • Preparing the organization for the future EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence directive
Intermediate
12:00 – 13:00 CET

MH304 Interactive Approach to Risk Assessments in Healthcare

Debbie Troklus, Principal, Troklus Consulting, SCCE & HCCA Board Member
Sheryl Vacca, SVP/Chief Risk Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health, SCCE & HCCA Board Member

  • Identifying risk
  • Prioritizing risk
  • Reporting and communicating risk
Basic

13:00 – 14:00 CET

Lunch (provided)

 

14:00 – 15:15 CET

M401 (Repeat T303) The New European Anti-Corruption Standards: Ever Increasing Expectations of a Global Enforcement World

Daniel von Wild, Head of Ethics & Compliance, Commercial and Operations, Airbus
Jan Knop, Head of Compliance, Airbus
Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP

  • How companies transform anti-corruption programs before (or in the midst of) a global investigation
  • Practical tips to manage data and focus limited compliance resources
  • Insights into global enforcement expectations and how to integrate those findings into your program
Intermediate

14:00 – 15:15 CET

M402 (Repeat T302) The New EU Whistleblowing Directive: Quo Vadis? A Practitioners Guide to the Current Status of Whistleblowers Protection across the EU

Stefan Wochinz, Legal Counsel and Compliance Officer, Vaillant Group Austria GmbH
Dejan Jasnic, Founder, Trusty AG, GmbH

  • Address the current implementation status of the new EU Directive
  • Examine major deviations from the EU Directive in selected jurisdictions
  • Receive practical guidance on how a whistleblowing system can be designed to be fully compliant
Intermediate

14:00 – 15:15 CET

M403 (Repeat T301) How Do You Know Your Program Works? The Right KPI's to Monitor the Effectiveness of a Compliance Program

Maria Lancri, Attorney, Squair
Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkle, General Manager, COMPLIANCE FOR GOOD
Susan DuBecker, Director, Risk & Resiliency, Microsoft Systems

  • Convergence: answering fragmentation of multiple programs
  • Aligning KRIs/KPIs to the business priorities: Use KPI in the discussion to help 'sell' the program
  • People and tools: Practical Examples and the role of compliance
Advanced

14:00 – 15:15 CET

MH404 Ethics in the Workplace

Ryan Mead, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

  • Examine the connection between business ethics and compliance programs
  • Explore approaches to cultivating character in the workforce
  • Discuss how leadership models impact ethics imitation within the company
Intermediate

15:15 – 15:30 CET

Break  

15:30 – 16:30 CET

M501 How to Become Your Board's Invaluable Compliance Resource

Ty Francis, Chief Advisory Officer, LRN Corporation

  • What are some effective strategies for communicating to the Board of Directors about E & C?
  • What does the Board have to know about compliance and what is the Board's duty to oversee E & C?
  • What E & C data information should we share with the board, and what should a report look like?
Intermediate

15:30 – 16:30 CET

M502 Demonstrating Ethical Leadership: Why Do So Many Leaders Get It Wrong When They Are Usually Held to a Higher Level of Accountability?

Steven Pegg, Senior Ethics Officer, Lockheed Martin Intl-Europe, Middle East & Africa

  • Avoiding common pitfalls and using leadership skills to be an ethical leader
  • Encouraging a speak up mindset in a culturally diverse and hybrid workforce
  • Responding to reports of misconduct: Techniques for leaders to use illustrated through case studies
Intermediate

15:30 – 16:30 CET

M503 ESG, Greenwashing and Supply Chain Risk: When Good Goes Bad

Jonathan Armstrong, Partner, Cordery
Mary Shirley, Head of Culture of Integrity and Compliance Education, Fresenius Medical Care
Kevin Paterson, EMEA Associate General Counsel and DPO, Insight Direct (UK) Ltd

  • How should compliance pros look at ESG, green energy & carbon neutrality?
  • How can you fact check the ESG claims you're making?
  • How can you make sure your supply chain doesn't kill your compliance good work?
Intermediate

16:30 – 16:45 CET

Break  

16:45 – 17:45 CET

GS2 – Organisational Culture and Social Engineering (how corporate culture contributes to social engineering attacks)

Jenny Radcliff, Founder & Director of Social Engineering, The People Hacker

Company culture is key to getting staff on board with the security message and is the key to an empowered and secure workforce. The talk is motivational and prompts the audience to question their approach to their staff, their security and their culture in new and challenging ways.

 
17:45 – 19:00 CET

Networking Reception (Exhibit Hall)

 

07:00 – 08:00 CET

Continental Breakfast (Exhibit Hall)

                                                                       

08:00 – 09:00 CET

T101 Weaponizing Compliance

Jad Sprafke, Head of Compliance, MELA
Jad Mhanna, Senior Compliance Officer, Ericsson

  • Understanding Compliance Weaponizing on both macro and corporate level
  • Discussing the reasons behind and the negative effects it has
  • Discussing the various tried mitigation measures
Intermediate
08:00 – 09:00 CET

T102 A Debate on the Merits of US-Style Monitorships for European-Based Companies

Vanessa Liem, Lawyer, Partner, VanDoorne
Alison Howell, Head of Allegation Management & Assurance, Ericsson
Daniel Wendt, Member, Miller & Chevalier

  • Discuss how and why European companies dominate top 10 lists for FCPA resolutions
  • Review the positives and downsides for US-style monitorships in Europe, in debate-style discussion
  • Address hurdles that can be avoided or reduced for such monitorships

Advanced
08:00 – 09:00 CET

T103 Ethical Labor Audits: Lessons Learned & Best Practices

Yvonne Hilst, Senior Vice President Compliance, BW Offshore

  • What is an ethical labor audit
  • How to prepare for an ethical labor audit
  • Tips for conducting the audit
Intermediate

09:00 – 09:15 CET

Break  

09:15 – 10:30 CET

T201 Crossing the Borders with Your Risk Assessment & Profiles: Integrating U.S. to International Risk Profiles and Vice Versa

Sheryl Vacca, SVP/Chief Risk Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health, SCCE & HCCA Board Member
David Lane, Chief Compliance Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health

  • Discuss how to adjust/change/adapt risk assessment when your organization moves to a new geography
  • Learn approaches for mitigating risks that come from foreign regulations
  • Apply global risk assessment processes to your own geography
Intermediate
09:15 – 10:30 CET

T202 What Should You Do?  Common Investigations Scenarios and How to Handle Them Effectively

Meric Bloch, Global Head of Investigations, Booking Holdings, Inc., SCCE & HCCA Board Member

  • Discuss common investigation challenges and how to resolve them real-time when they occur
  • Learn the thinking behind the appropriate responses so you understand your options
  • Scenario-based presentation so we can compare and contrast different views to maximize your results
Intermediate
09:15 – 10:30 CET

T203 Interactive Policies: Using Technology to Enhance Decision-Making

Jannica Houben, Vice President, Global Legal Transformation, TD SYNNEX
Travis Waugh, Director, Training, Policy & Communication, TD SYNNEX

  • Create automated tools that offer custom policy guidance based on specific details of a situation
  • Go beyond guidance by building interactive approval forms and triggering automated actions
  • Use data to measure the impact of tools and improve the overall quality of your compliance program
Intermediate

09:15 – 10:30 CET

T301 (Repeat M403) How Do You Know Your Program Works? The Right KPI's to Monitor the Effectiveness of a Compliance Program

Maria Lancri, Attorney, Partner, Squair
Cecelia Fellouse-Gunkel, General Manager, COMPLIANCE FOR GOOD
Susan DuBecker, Director, Risk & Resiliency, Microsoft

  • Convergence: answering fragmentation of multiple programs
  • Aligning KRIs/KPIs to the business priorities: Use KPI in the discussion to help 'sell' the program
  • People and tools: Practical Examples and the role of compliance
Advanced

10:30 CET – 10:45 CET

Break  

10:45 – 12:00 CET

T302 (Repeat M402) The New EU Whistleblowing Directive: Quo Vadis? A Practitioners Guide to the Current Status of Whistleblowers Protection across the EU

Dejan Jasnic, Founder, Trusty AG, GmbH
Stefan Wochinz, Legal Counsel and Compliance Officer, Vaillant

  • Address the current implementation status of the new EU Directive
  • Examine major deviations from the EU Directive in selected jurisdictions
  • Receive practical guidance on how a whistleblowing system can be designed to be fully compliant
Intermediate
10:45 – 12:00 CET

T303 (Repeat M401) The New European Anti-corruption Standards: Ever Increasing Expectations of a Global Enforcement World

Daniel von Wild, HO Ethics & Compliance, Commercial and Operations, Airbus
Jan Knop, Head of Compliance, Airbus
Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner, Paul Hastings LLP

  • How companies transform anti-corruption programs before (or in the midst of) a global investigation
  • Practical tips to manage data and focus limited compliance resources
  • Insights into global enforcement expectations and how to integrate those findings into your program
Intermediate

12:00 – 13:00 CET

Lunch (provided)

 

13:00 – 14:00 CET

GS3 – The Future for Codes of Conducts and Certification Seals in the EU and Elsewhere

Robert Bond, Industry Commissioner, Data & Marketing Commission, Immediate Past President of SCCE
Juliette Van Balen, Attorney at Law, IP Advocaten
Nerea Peris Brines, 
Legal Officer, European Data Protection Board
Chris Combemale, Chief Executive Officer, Data & Marketing Association

The General Data Protection Regulation allows Codes of Conduct and Seals to be used to demonstrate accountability and compliance. These are in their infancy but could be vital tools to build trust in the data economy given that processing and sharing of personal data is so important to growth and innovation. How do we see them developing and how will they work? The expert panel will discuss the choices and the benefits.

 
14:00 – 14:15 CET Break  

14:15 – 15:15 CET

T401 A Pragmatic Global Approach to ESG: Thinking like a Compliance Officer

Laura Ellis, Compliance & ESG Manager, SofwareONE

  • Building an ESG Program from scratch (sort of)
  • Bringing your experience in Compliance and Ethics to the table
  • Building ambitions with purpose, not pipe dreams
Basic
14:15 – 15:15 CET

T402 Compliance Leadership for Turbulent Times: Mapping and Analysing Competencies Exhibited by High-Performing Professionals in Today's Volatile Business Environment

Amy Tubbs, Co-Founder, Integrity Matters
Paula Davis, Director, Waypoint GRC

  • Identifying key performance criteria for embedding an ethical organisational culture
  • Reflecting on the skills, attitudes, and behaviours of top compliance professionals
  • The inner journey and personal development planning to become a force for good
Intermediate
14:15 – 15:15 CET

T403 Tackling Compliance Issues in the Due Diligence Process: Real World Issues and Solutions

Sergev Shani, Chief Compliance & Regulatory Officer, Neopharm Ltd

  • Successfully completing a compliance due diligence is critical for closing a deal
  • Establishing trust and assuring transparency are the basis for information disclosure
  • List the risk areas and controls implemented to address these risks
Intermediate

15:15 – 15:30 CET

Break  

15:30 – 16:30 CET

T501 Who’s “Bud?” He Works for You and You Will Need to Find Him before It’s Too Late!

Richard Lewis, Chief Constable, Dyfed Powys Police

  • Lessons from an Air Force tragedy
  • Early identification of your “Bud”
  • Facilitating supervisors to supervise 
Intermediate
15:30 – 16:30 CET

T502 The Challenges of Being a Data Protection Officer and How to Manage Them

Robert Bond, Senior Counsel, Privacy Partnership Law, SCCE & HCCA Immediate Past President
Anne van der Hagen, Data Privacy Consultant, Privacy Partnership
Simon Blanchard, Partner, Data Protection Network Associates Limited

  • Understand the duties and responsibilities of managing data protection compliance
  • Recognise the challenges of engaging with the management and other key stakeholders 
  • Apply global risk assessment processes to your own geography: Learn how to effectively lead and inspire for the benefit of both the business and its customers
Intermediate
15:30 – 16:30 CET

T503 Modernize Your Compliance Training

Dasa Bereczova, Sr. Advisor Ethics & Compliance, Dell
Petra Kropacek, Sr. Advisor Ethics & Compliance, Dell

  • Make your compliance training appealing to your audience to maximize their learning experience
  • Deliver training just in time to the necessary team members at the time when they need it
  • Provide flexibility to team members to complete their training on-the-go from their phones
Intermediate

16:30 – 16:45 CET

Break  

16:45 – 17:45 CET

T601 The Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and Data Analytics

Geert Vermeulen, CEO, Ethics & Compliance Management & Consulting
Tatiana Caldas-Löttiger, Legal Counsel, IWIB Group

  • What are the benefits of AI and what are the challenges?
  • Guidance on the ethical use of AI: Some common principles
  • How should compliance get involved?
Intermediate
16:45 – 17:45 CET

T602 Investigations in Time of Crisis

Amy Kovalan, VP & Chief Compliance Officer, McDonald's Corporation
Christine Braamskamp, Partner, Jenner & Block
Wade Thomson, Partner, Jenner & Block-London LLP

  • This will be in interactive discussion covering hot topics in investigations in the post-pandemic world.
  • This session will include insights from the chief compliance officer for one of world’s largest companies, and a leading white collar crime lawyer.
  • Topics to be covered include workplace culture and #MeToo investigations, sanctions compliance investigations, cross-border investigations, and remote interviews.
Intermediate
16:45 – 17:45 CET

T603 Get on the frontline! External advocacy as an element of an effective compliance programme

Gonzalo Guzman, Chief Counsel Ethics & Compliance, Unilever
Marijke Wolfs, Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce, Netherlands

  • Learn why some companies value so much external advocacy in areas like anti-corruption and business ethics and why they make it an integral part of their compliance programme
  • Understand the different steps that small, medium and large organisations can take to make their voice heard and the topics that are worth advocating for today.
  • Familiarise with an upcoming major global toolkit that will help businesses become better advocates and learn how you can participate in their drafting.
Intermediate

08:00 – 09:00 CET

Continental Breakfast

                                                                       

09:00 – 10:15 CET

W101 Managing Compliance Rsks in Ukraine amid the War, Sanctions, and Influx of Foreign Aid

Katya Lysova, Senior Program Officer, Eurasia, CIPE
Pavlo Verkhniatsky, Director, Managing Partner, COSA LLC

  • Identify key compliance risks that have emerged in war-affected Ukraine
  • List main strategies to sanctions compliance and due diligence in Ukraine
  • Differentiate between war/post-war due diligence of Ukraine's SOEs, SMEs, and large companies
Basic
09:00 – 10:15 CET

W102 Compliance Monitorships: How to Make the Best Out of It?

Frances McLeod, Founding Partner, Forensic Risk Alliance
Arnaud Collombet, Director, Forensic Risk Alliance

  • Monitorship at a glance: mandate, timeline, notable areas
  • Main challenges usually faced and best ways to overcome them
  • Outlook on monitorships: latest trends and how can companies anticipate
Intermediate
09:00 – 10:15 CET

W103 Increased Compliance Challenges When Doing Business in Latin America

Roan Lamp, Partner, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
Evelien Pol, Head of Speak Up and Investigations, Prosus
Daniel Maldonado, Partner, Sanchez Devanny Eseverri, S.C.

  • Identify new compliance risks that have recently evolved in Latin America
  • Identify internal areas that have been recently impacted by evolved compliance risks in the region
  • Explore practical recommendations to deal with new challenges
Intermediate

10:15 – 10:30 CET

Break  
10:30 – 11:15 CET

W201 Culture of Compliance: our competitive advantage!

Nadège Rochel, International Healthcare Compliance Professional

  • Use creativity and soft skills to tickle interest on Compliance: compliance does not need to be boring!
  • Change the vision of the Compliance team: Be a business team member and become invited in!
  • Enhance the Compliance Culture: doing the right thing because it is the right thing to do!
Intermediate
10:30 – 11:15 CET

Compliance in the Middle East: How to navigate a high-risk region

 

Sofia El Mansouri, Founder, Compliantly, LLC

  • Risks, challenges and evolution of cultures of compliance in the Middle East
  • Lessons to be learned from recent enforcement actions.
  • Tools and tips to drive cultures of ethics and compliance: Approaches that work in the region
Intermediate
10:30 – 11:15 CET

W203 Internal Audit and Greenwashing Risks

Elena Durante, ESG Risk Audit Manager, ING Corporate Audit Services, Risk & Finance

  • Learn how greenwashing risks affect organizations (recent cases)
  • Understand current regulations addressing greenwashing risks
  • Understand how Internal Audit can add value to the organization by covering greenwashing risks in audits
Intermediate

11:30 – 11:45 CET

Break  

11:45 – 12:45 CET

W301 We need to speak up about Speak Up - Why it too rarely works and what we can do about it

 

Erica Wikman, Vice President Compliance & Corporate Integrity, Autoliv
Chris Campbell, Director, CampbellBarr Limited
David Barr, Director, CampbellBarr Limited

  • Hear why Autoliv, one of the world’s leading safety companies, has broaden its definition of speaking up
  • Discuss; if well intended Speak Up systems failed at the likes of Boeing, VW, KPMG, do we keep doing more of the same, or look to a new approach
  • See how Autoliv is working to reduce the perceive challenge to speaking up and enhancing the ability of leaders to actively listen  
Intermediate
11:45 – 12:45 CET W302 Session TBA  
11:45 – 12:45 CET W303 Session TBA  

13:45 – 14:15 CET

Exam Check-In: Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional–International (CCEP-I)® (Optional)

 

14:15 – 16:45 CET

On-Site Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional–International (CCEP-I)® Exam (Optional)  

All breakout sessions have a knowledge level associated with them, these levels are just guidelines and you are free to attend sessions of any level.

Basic: Program knowledge level most beneficial to Compliance Professionals new to a skill or an attribute. These individuals are often at the staff or entry level in organizations, although such programs may also benefit a seasoned professional with limited exposure to the area.

Intermediate: Program knowledge level that builds on a basic program, most appropriate for Compliance Professionals with detailed knowledge in an area. Such persons are often at a mid-level within the organization, with operational or supervisory responsibilities, or both.

Advanced: This level focuses on the development of in-depth knowledge, a variety of skills, or a broader range of applications. Advanced level programs are often appropriate for seasoned professionals within organizations, and professionals with specialized knowledge in a subject area.

Agenda subject to change.