> Marcelo ZenknerRead moreMarcelo Zenkner is a Petrobras’s Chief Governance and Compliance. Ex-Public Prosecutor and Ex-Secretary of State for Control and Transparency of the State of Espírito Santo. Master in Fundamental Constitutional Rights and Guarantees from the School of Law of Vitória (FDV) and PhD in Public Law, from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FDUNL). Professor at the Law Faculty of Vitória (FDV) and professor of postgraduate courses at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), PUC and IBMEC, among others. Author of the book “Governmental and Business Integrity”, published by Editora Fórum (2019).
Chief Governance and Compliance Executive Officer at Petrobras
> Anatoly YakorevRead moreAnatoly Yakorev, Director, Center for Business Ethics & Compliance (CBEC) and as a strategic partner for Global Ethics Solutions (GES) (USA) to promote ethics training to further enhance compliance programs. Anatoly spent 25 years in the Russian energy sector (Amoco, BP) and his last project in 2016 was aimed at developing a compliance function at Russian oil companies. In 2010 he launched first ever in Russia Collective Action “Russian Energy Compliance Alliance” (RECA) that brought together multinational and Russian companies in the energy area to promote transparency in their supply chain. In 2012 he launched another Collective Action “World without Corruption” (for Russian NGO Committee for Fighting Corruption). As Steering Committee member he led the development of the Anti-corruption Charter for Russian business as the Russian Chamber of Commerce compliance expert (2014-2016). He served as Board member (2014-2016) at Russia’s RGS bank which was one of the top 20 banks on the credit card market. In 2015 as the Council of Europe expert on good governance he produced recommendations for Russia’s Business Ombudsman. He published his case study and research on compliance in Business Compliance magazines in EU. He was mentioned by Forbes as one of the leaders on ethics Oct. 14, 2019. Since March 2020, he was appointed Director of Institute of International Cooperation, Compliance and Business Protection in Russia to ensure holistic protection of investors in Russia and compliance with applicable international and Russian anti-corruption provisions.
Director at Center for Business Ethics & Compliance
> Dhruv GoyalRead moreDhruv Goyal (*17.12.1988) is a Lawyer by education and is experienced in managing end-to-end corporate compliance programs across several countries in the Asia-Pacific region for a few publicly traded US healthcare companies. He is currently Compliance & Ethics Lead – South Asia at Bio-Rad Laboratories. He earlier worked with Edwards Lifesciences and Boston Scientific Corporation.
Compliance & Ethics Lead – South Asia at Bio-Rad Laboratories
> Marsha (Xuexing) MaRead moreMarsha Ma is a Chinese licensed attorney with 16-year experience in the field of civil and commercial and has over 10-year experience in compliance management system. She is now serving as ISO/TC309 Consulting expert of Shenzhen Institute of Standards and Technology to promote the localization and certification of compliance management system. Marsha is now working for Baoneng Motor Co., Ltd. as Vice General Manager of Legal Department and Chief Compliance Officer. Before joining Baoneng Motor, Marsha worked for Shenzhen DENZA New Energy Automotive Co., Ltd., joint venture of Daimler Group as Chief Compliance Officer and Legal Director. Before joining DENZA, Marsha worked for ZTE Corporation in over 8 countries as Legal Director for ZTE US & Canada and was responsible for compliance and legal matters in these markets.
Chief Compliance Officer at Baoneng Motor Co., Ltd.
> Julie Methven Read moreJulie Methven’s passion for improving the working fabric of society has been the driving force in the development of her career. In the late 1980s Julie identified a need in the construction industry for a full-service outsourced resource, ranging from human resources, project management to the regulatory/statutory requirements. Working with Methven Projects she contracted extensively to the industry until 1999. In 1999 she was the first person to be employed by the Compliance Institute Southern Africa growing it from a zero base to over 3000 members and expanding into Africa. Julie’s responsibilities included all aspects of developing and running the Institute from membership, conferences, human resources, operations, IT, strategy, professional and industry development. Her experience in Project Management held her in good stead as her main focus was to identify and manage projects that would grow the Institute and enhance the profession. She also obtained her MBA during this time. Her input was at such a level, that the members had no hesitation in appointing her the CEO, where she remained until she felt it was time for her to explore her passion for education management and professional development. In 2017, Julie resigned from the Institute to focus on promoting best practice through ISO standards and concentrating on small and medium sized companies outside the financial services sector all over Africa. She also provides an independent review service to companies on their compliance, anti-bribery, OHS, cybersecurity, risk and environmental management systems. Julie has experience in all these areas and using this vast knowledge consults to SMMEs on best practice in all aspects of operations.
Chief Executive Officer at The Compliance Academy (Pty) Ltd
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> Professor Bartosz Makowicz Read moreBartosz is university professor at the Faculty of Law, European-University Viadrina in Frankfurt (O.), Germany. He is founder and director of the Viadrina Compliance Center, which is an interdisciplinary research center and a think-tank for Governance, Risk and Compliance. He is a member of Academic Advisory Councils of many associations and journals like the Professional Association of Compliance Manager. He has been advisor on Compliance to several companies and governments among them the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Germany. He has been the Head of Delegation of Germany to the ISO Project Committees on ISO 19600 Compliance Management Systems and ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems. He has been recently nominated for the same function to the ISO Technical Committee 309 on ISO “Organizational Governance”. Furthermore, Bartosz is author of over 100 publications on compliance and editor in chief of the German journal “COMPLY.” He gave more than 100 presentations on various compliance issues at national and international conferences and congresses. He was visiting professor at numerous foreign universities among them the Institute for State and Law in Moscow, Thammasat University Bangkok, University of Porto Alegre, University of Warsaw, University of Grand Canaria and many more.
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