Post Conference Compliance Workshop — A Closer Look at U.S. and Brazilian Compliance Requirements and Expectations: Critical Lessons on How to Address Complex Dilemmas from Start to Finish

May 23, 2024 2:30pm – 05:00 PM

Renato Machado de Souza
Former Director of Private Sector Compliance and Former Director of Leniency Agreements

Sergio Pinto
Senior Director Compliance
Johnson & Johnson

Salim Saud Neto
Saud Advogados

The DOJ and Brazilian enforcement agencies have been updating corporate compliance program guidance, corporate criminal enforcement policies, and have increased enforcement resources to address compliance requirements and expectations. These updates to the Guidance and resource surges send a clear message that the US and Brazil continue to raise the bar on corporate compliance program standards.

Be sure to join us as our Workshop faculty takes a step-by-step, in-depth look at critical compliance components. There will be highly interactive Q & A, and participants will develop real-world takeaways to address complex issues. Key topics of discussion include:

  • Developing your risk profile for assessments and identifying compliance weak spots
  • Customizing your program by developing an understanding of the current state of affairs; finding out what risks already exist; and documenting the key company processes, systems, and transactions that need to be monitored
  • Mapping out the potential risk contact points that exist throughout the company
  • Best practices for periodically updating risk assessment priorities
  • How to continuously test the effectiveness of the compliance program, to show that it is improving, adapting and sustainable