CHALLENGES FORCOMPLIANCE & ETHICSIN THE NEW PANDEMIC AGE
Global Online Conference
22-APRIL-2020 | 13:00-17:00 CEST
A G E N D A
VENUE: VIRTUAL CONFERENCE – CONFERENCE LINK WILL BE PROVIDED TO REGISTRED PARTICIPANTS
TIME:22-APRIL-2020 | 13:00-17:00 CEST— CONFERENCE DATE & TIME CONFIRMED!
Please consider your time zone difference, for example the conference time in other times zones is:
Sao Paulo (Brazil): 08:00-12:00
New York (USA): 07:00-11:00
Paris, Berlin, Madrid (EU): 13:00-17:00
New Delhi (India): 16:30-20:30
Bangkok (Thailand): 18:00-22:00
Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore: 19:00-23:00
FORM: MODERATED DISCUSSION FOLLOWED BY Q&A
(ALL TIME ARE IN CEST – CENTRAL EUROPEAN SUMMER TIME)
12:45-13:00 |Login Open for Participants
13:00-13:10 | OPENING REMARKS
13:10-14:20 |A S I A N PANEL (19:10-20:20 BEIJING & SINGAPORE, 18:10-19:20 BANGKOK, 16:40-17:50 NEW DELHI)
> Henry ChenRead moreHenry Chen is a senior partner of Dentons Shanghai Office. Before joining Dentons, Henry was AP Compliance Director of Ford Motor Company responsible for monitoring and managing compliance risks under various jurisdictions, and conducting investigations and compliance reviews on unusual events. Henry used to work in Baker & McKenzie, Herbert Smith Hills and some other domestic Chinese law firms. Henry is able to provide clients with comprehensive and sophisticated international advice on resolving any type of commercial and regulatory issues and stand ready to apply his unique skills and understanding of the Chinese legal and regulatory systems to produce the best and most efficient resolution of the dispute or crisis at hand. Henry is listed by Chambers Asia Pacific 2020 as a recognized lawyer for corporate investigation and anti-corruption. Henry and his team earned his previous law firm the award of PRC Law Firm 2012 – Competition by China Law & Practice and the award of Regulatory Compliance Award of 2014 by Asian Legal Business. Henry is the author of the book of Compliance Risks of Enterprises in Globalization: Outbreak and Control and the book Risk Management on Commercial Bribery in China and the Editor-in-Chief of The Compliance Reviews (www.compliance.reviews). Henry is an expert member of ISO TC309 to draft ISO 19600 Compliance Management System and some other ISO standards. Henry is a co-author of the Hand-book of ISO ISO 37001:2016 Anti-bribery management systems.
Editor-in-Chief of The Compliance Reviews | Partner at Dentons
> Shweta BhartiRead moreBatchelor of Law (LLB), MBA (Marketing & Business Development), MBA (International Trade & Business), MPFSI – Harvard Business School. Shweta is leading the dispute resolution and litigation practice of the Firm and possesses a vast experience of more than a decade in dealing with dispute resolution needs and reliefs of our valued clients. Shweta brings together the perfect blend of litigation strategy & business practices meeting the business needs of our valued clients. Shweta has represented clients in all facets of the corporate litigation and strategy. Shweta as a founder Partner of the firm, Hammurabi & Solomon is engaged in providing high quality strategy and legal advice & services in India through Hammurabi & Solomon (Advocates and Corporate Law Advisors) and India Strategy Group of Hammurabi & Solomon Consulting (Corporate and Strategic Advisory) and the Indian Legal Advisory Network (ILAN) legal support through its offices/associate offices across India.
Partner at Hammurabi & Solomon
> Vincent YambaoRead moreVincent Yambao is the Regional Senior Compliance Manager of Boehringer Ingelheim Singapore for South East Asia and South Korea since Jan 2018. He was previously the Sub-Regional Compliance Officer for South East Asia in Merck KGAA from Jan 2016-December 2017. Vincent is a lawyer by profession, and has served in the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the Philippine government in different capacities. Prior to moving to the private sector, he served as regulator in the water sector.
14:30-15:40 |E U R O P E A N PANEL (15:30-16:40 MOSCOW, 08:30-09:40 NY, 09:30-10:40 S.P., 20:30-21:40 BEIJING)
> Christian MuehlRead moreChristian Muehl started his career within KPMG in the areas of White-Collar-Crime Investigations, Internal Audit and Compliance. After several international assignments across the globe, he joined the pharmaceutical industry / Bristol Myers-Squibb (BMS) in 2010. During his time with BMS he worked in local, regional as well as global roles. His duties included developing and integrating the Global Anti-Bribery Guideline in all BMS markets as well as establishing and driving the Global Third Party Risk Management Program. He joined Novartis in 2018 and leads the Ethics, Risk and Compliance Function for Germany since February 2020.
Team Ethics, Risk & Compliance at NOVARTIS
> Tom MeiersRead moreSince May 2017, Dr. Thomas Meiers LL.M. (Chicago) heads the “Central Coordination Monitorship” as Senior Vice President at Volkswagen AG. His department coordinates all global activities related to the mandate of Larry D. Thompson as Independent Compliance Monitor and Independent Compliance Auditor. These form part of the settlement agreements with the U.S. Department of Justice. In previous leadership roles within the Volkswagen Group Thomas headed Corporate Strategy at Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A. in Turin, and Compliance at MAN Truck & Bus AG in Munich from 2010 to 2015. Prior to this he held different positions in the legal departments of GE Healthcare (2005 – 2009) and at Freshfields (2001 – 2004).
Chief Coordinator Volkswagen Group Monitorship
> Kyrill FarbmannRead moreDr. Kyrill Farbmann, LL.M. is European Compliance Director at McDonald’s. He is based in Brussels, frequently travelling all over Europe, Northern Africa and CIS. Prior to taking his current role, Kyrill has been working as Compliance and Ethics Manager for International Paper, as well as for international law firms Jones Day and Latham and Watkins in the areas of corporate compliance, FCPA and antitrust. He has significant experience in compliance audits and internal investigations. Kyrill teaches and publishes on corporate compliance matters and is a frequent speaker at conferences on compliance programs, internal investigations, bribery and corruption, as well as export compliance. He is a member of the bar of Düsseldorf, Germany.
> Panel Moderator: 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
15:40-15:50 |SHORT BREAK
15:50-17:00 | A M E R I C A N PANEL (10:50-12:00 SAO PAULO TIME, 09:50-11:00 NEW YORK TIME)
> Scott E. SullivanRead moreScott E. Sullivan is the Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer of Newmont Corporation, the world’s leading gold company. Newmont has approximately 16,000 employees and 15,000 contractors and has 12 operating mines and 2 non-operated JVs in 9 countries. Mr. Sullivan oversees, develops, implements and manages Newmont’s integrity and compliance program including ethics, anti-bribery, corporate investigations, and global trade compliance. Previously, Mr. Sullivan was the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer of a global manufacturer of fluid motion and control products with approximately 17,000 employees operating in 55 countries. Mr. Sullivan has written and contributed numerous articles on compliance programs, anti-bribery/FCPA, export controls, economic sanctions and other ethics and compliance topics to a variety of publications. Mr. Sullivan is also a frequent local, national and international speaker, moderator and conference organizer on compliance, anti-bribery/FCPA, export controls and economic sanctions.
Chief Integriy & Compliance Officer at Newmont Corporation
> Rogeria Gieremek Read moreRogeria P. B. R. GIEREMEK, has 33 years of experience in the legal field, with the last 9 years working exclusively to the Compliance area. She graduated in law in 1987, at the Sao Bernardo do Campo Law School and achieved a PHD in Administrative Law in 2001 at PUC / Sao Paulo. Rogeria worked as a lawyer at Banespa S / A in the Contract area and chaired the Bid Committee for 4 periods. Rogeria served for 14 years at Serasa S / A, and until Oct / 2014 was responsible for compliance in Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela), having structured the area in the region. Before that, Rogeria served as Legal Executive Manager in the same company, gaining experience in M & A, IPO and JV projects, including their submission to CADE, as well as guidance and overseeing of all relevant papers to the drafting of contracts, operational and non-operational and the issuance of legal opinions on the various branches of law. Rogeria was also responsible for the risk management process until May / 2012. In Oct / 2014, Rogeria became Global Consultant of the Compliance Program, assisting directly the Experian Global Compliance Vice-President in implementing the Global Program of Compliance, with special focus on Latin America, the United Kingdom / Ireland and Europe / Middle East and Africa, a position that she hold until Aug / 2015. In Aug / 2015, she started working at LATAM Airlines Group, as Global Chief Compliance Officer, globally responsible for the implementation of policies and procedures, internal investigations, training, opinions and due diligence, among other matters, worth highlighting the process for hiring TPIs (Third Party Intermediaries), globally. She introduced the Compliance Program based on the 7 Elements of Compliance, created and implemented the Compliance Ambassadors Program, participates in various Committees, including Compliance, Management of the Code of Conduct, IT, Contingencies and Risk Management. Rogeria was responsible for all Compliance matters during the DOJ Monitoring from 2016 up to 2019. She reports directly to the LATAM Global Board and to the Global Vice President of Legal Affairs and Compliance. Rogeria is fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish and had instrumental course of French at PUC / SP. She chairs the Compliance Committee of OAB / SP (Sao Paulo Bar Association), nominated in 2019, and also chairs the Compliance Committee of IASP, since 2013, having received the title of CCEP – Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professional by SCCE, in 2011. She is one of the founders of Legal Skirts, a member of the Alliance for Integrity Advisory Board and a Compliance Women Committee Ambassador, having recently completed the 6th Advanced Compliance Workshop at the New York State BAR Association – International Section. Rogeria is also one of the most admired Compliance Professionals in Brazil in 2018 and 2019.
Global Chief Compliance Officer at Grupo Latam Airlines
> Reynaldo GotoRead moreMechatronic Engineer with pos graduation in Finance and Marketing. Executive MBA from ESMT/Berlin. More than 20 years working for Siemens in different roles as Engineer, Corporate Strategy, Regulatory Affairs and Regional Compliance Officer. CEO from IRIEL, one affiliate company from Siemens. Chief Compliance Officer from BRF since August 2018. Member of UNGC Anticorruption Task Force. Advisory Member from FGV-Ethics. Invited professor from FGV, Insper, IACA, FIA-USP. Institutional Director from FNQ (Brazilian National Quality Fundation)..
Chief Compliance Officer from BRF
> Panel Moderator: Richard BistrongRead moreRichard Bistrong is the CEO of Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, and spent much of his career as an international sales executive and currently consults and speaks on foreign bribery, ethics and compliance issues from that front-line perspective. In 2018, Richard was named by Thomson Reuters as one of the top 50 social influencers in risk and compliance. In 2017, he was named by Compliance Week as a Top Mind in the field of Governance, Risk and Compliance, and in 2016 he was named one of Ethisphere’s 100 Most Influential in Business Ethics. Richard is a Contributing Editor of the FCPA Blog. Richard presents to diverse groups such as the World Bank, the International Anti-Corruption Academy, as well as to multinationals and conferences on a global basis. Richard can be reached via his Website at www.richardbistrong.com email at RichardTbistrong@gmail.com and he often tweets at @richardbistrong.
CEO Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC
17:00-17:05 | CLOSING REMARKS
> 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.
Viadrina Compliance Center | European-University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) | GERMANY
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