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Pre-Conference Workshops – March 30, 2020
9:00 – 12:30

A Deep-Dive Into the Most Significant Third Party Risks in Mexico: Special Considerations for Screening, Onboarding and Monitoring 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Parties

13:30 – 17:00

Technology and Compliance Benchmarking Exchange: The Essential Industry Roadmap to Vendor Selection, Securing Buy-In, and the True Benefits and Costs of Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Conference Day 1 – March 31, 2020
7:45

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks

8:45

OPENING KEYNOTE & MODERATED AUDIENCE DISCUSSION
How and Why Mexico’s Proactive Financial Intelligence Unit is Leading Anti-Corruption Enforcement

9:30

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A TOP CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER TODAY
Compliance and Risk Assessment in a Time of Transition in Mexico: How to Tackle the Key Anti-Corruption Challenges Companies are Now Facing

10:30

Coffee & Networking Break

11:00

THE HEIGHTENED RISKS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND COMPANIES OF MEXICO’S NEW ASSET FORFEITURE LAW
The Need to Take Action Before it is Too Late: How Multinationals’ Compliance Programs Must Address the Ley Nacional de Extinción de Dominio

12:00

HSBC CASE STUDY: ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING & ANTI-CORRUPTION
Where We Were and Where We are Going: Inside the Compliance Lessons and Upgrades Following a Breach – Practical Guidance for Stakeholders

12:45

Networking Lunch

2:00

U.S. CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER FOCUS GROUP – “WHAT I WISH I KNEW THEN THAT I KNOW NOW”
Important Lessons for Multinationals in Mexico: U.S. CCO Perspectives on How to Detect Warning Signs and Compliance Missteps Before It’s Too Late

2:45

SPECIAL ADDRESS BY COFECE
Priorities of Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission

3:30 Coffee & Networking Break
3:45

INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS, PRIVILEGE AND DATA ACCESS
The Newest, Unwritten Rules for Internal Investigations: How Multinationals are Weathering the Uncertain Impact of New Attorney-Client Privilege Legislation and Data Access Restrictions

4:30

ROUNDTABLE WITH LEADERS OF CIVIL SOCIETY AND INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS
Investigative Reporting on Multinationals Post Pemex: The Latest and Greatest in Bribery Schemes and Compliance Lessons in an Era of Hyper-Transparency

5:15 End of Day One
Conference Day 2 – April 1, 2020
7:45 – 8:45

IN-HOUSE COMPLIANCE ROUNDTABLE

8:00

Continental Breakfast

8:40

Conference Co-Chairs’ Remarks

8:45

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE FUNCIÓN PÚBLICA
The Anti-Corruption Actions Taken by the New Administration

9:45

PUBLIC TENDERS, BIDDING & PROCUREMENT
New Corruption Risks at the Award Stage: Cross-Industry Lessons from the Experiences of the Energy and Pharmaceutical Sectors

10:45

Coffee & Networking Break

11:15

SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH the USDOJ, SEC AND FBI
FCPA Enforcement & Investigations in Mexico: Evaluation of Compliance Programs, Instant Messaging, and Coordination with Local and Regional Prosecutors

12:15

Q&A WITH MEXICAN ENFORCERS
Key Challenges for the Relationship Between Prosecutors and the Private Sector, and How the Tax Criminal Law Reform Will Impact Industry’s Compliance Efforts

1:00

COMPLIANCE PROGRAM ROUNDTABLE: IMPRESSING THE ENFORCER
Defending Your Compliance Program Before the Agencies: How to Prepare and Meet Heightened Compliance Expectations

1:45

Networking Lunch

2:45

NEW LABOR REGULATIONS AND WHISTLEBLOWER PLATFORM: WHAT IF COMPANIES DO NOT COMPLY?
How to Solidify and Sustain a Corporate Speak-Up Culture Across Your Organization

3:30

INDIVIDUAL CRIMINAL LIABILITY
Criminal Liability of Compliance Officers, Financial Gatekeepers and Legal Counsel: Revisiting Your Individual Risk Profile Amid Increasing Exposure

4:15

LOOKING AHEAD TO THE CHALLENGES FOR DOING BUSINESS IN MEXICO
What Mexico’s Private Sector Can Do to Advance an Anti-Corruption and Corporate Governance Agenda

5:00

Conference Concludes