Workshop B (Local-South America Rate) – COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING: Building a Management System to Optimize Efficiency and Effectiveness of an Integrity & Compliance Program: Best Practices and Lessons Learned | Local Rate

May 21, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

Speakers

Alexandre C. Serpa
Regional Compliance Head for Latin America and Canada
Allergan

Karlis Novickis
Leading Professor Compliance Management Program and Legal Risks advisor
Insper / KMN Advogado
(Former Regional Compliance Officer, Whirlpool LATAM)

Patricia Punder
International Compliance Professional & Advisor

Workshop B – COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING: Building a Management System to Optimize Efficiency and Effectiveness of an Integrity & Compliance Program: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

May 21, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

Speakers

Alexandre C. Serpa
Regional Compliance Head for Latin America and Canada
Allergan

Karlis Novickis
Leading Professor Compliance Management Program and Legal Risks advisor
Insper / KMN Advogado
(Former Regional Compliance Officer, Whirlpool LATAM)

Patricia Punder
International Compliance Professional & Advisor

Day 1 - Wednesday, May 22, 2019

7:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45
Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
9:00

GOVERNMENT KEYNOTE

GOVERNMENT KEYNOTE
9:45

THE STATE OF ANTI-CORRUPTION FIVE YEARS AFTER THE CLEAN COMPANY ACT

Defense Counsel Discuss the Past, Present and Future of Risk and Compliance for Industry in Brazil
10:45
Coffee & Networking Break
11:15

IN-HOUSE EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW

How Brazil’s Evolving Enforcement and Business Landscapes Are Changing Day-to-Day Decision-Making: Getting Tough Legal and Compliance Calls Right
12:00

STATUS REPORT ON MONITORSHIPS

How Monitorships Are Evolving in Brazil and the United States: What Defines Success in the Eyes of the Authorities, the Company, and the Monitor
1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00

DATA PRIVACY IN FLUX

The Expected and Unexpected of the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados do Brasil (LGPD) and GDPR: How Industry is Revisiting Internal Investigations and Third Party Due Diligence and Management
2:45

CASE STUDIES: USING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN PRACTICE

What It Takes to Leverage Machine Learning, Data Analytics and AI for Your Compliance Program
3:30
Coffee & Networking Break
4:00

SPECIAL CEO INTERVIEW

The Bigger Picture: A CEO’s Perspective on Anti-Corruption Compliance and How it Fits Into a Multinational’s Broader Business Objectives
4:30
COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING ROUNDTABLES
5:30
End of Day 1

Day 2 - Thursday, May 23, 2019

8:00
Continental Breakfast
9:00
Conference Co-Chairs’ Remarks
9:05

INVESTIGATION SPECIAL COMMITTEES

Special Committees in Real Life: Key Updates on Their Scope of Authority, Functions, and How They Work
10:00

ANTI-CORRUPTION & AML

Will the “Next Lava Jato” be in the AML Space? Priorities of a New Administration and Practical Guidance for Industry Stakeholders
10:45
Coffee & Networking Break
11:15

UPDATES FROM BRAZIL’S ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Enforcement Priorities and Coordination: Leniency Agreements, Who to Contact for What, and the Risk of Multiple Agency, Overlapping Investigations
12:45
Networking Lunch
2:00

U.S. – BRAZIL COORDINATION ON THE GROUND

New Collaboration Between the United States and Brazil: How the Agencies Work Together on Prosecutions of Companies and Individuals
3:00
Networking Break
3:30

SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH ARGENTINA’S ANTI-CORRUPTION OFFICE

Argentina’s Law on Corporate Criminal Responsibility and What It Means for Brazilian Companies and Individuals
4:15

BRAZIL SUMMIT ADVISORY BOARD Q&A

Open Q&A with Brazil Summit Advisory Board Members
5:00
Conference Concludes

Day 1 - Wednesday, May 22, 2019

7:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45
Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
Bruno Ferraz de Camargo

Bruno Ferraz de Camargo
Ethics and Compliance Director LATAM
Head of Global Anti-Corruption

Getinge

Pyter Stradioto

Pyter Stradioto
Senior Director of Compliance
Samsung

9:00

GOVERNMENT KEYNOTE

GOVERNMENT KEYNOTE
9:45

THE STATE OF ANTI-CORRUPTION FIVE YEARS AFTER THE CLEAN COMPANY ACT

Defense Counsel Discuss the Past, Present and Future of Risk and Compliance for Industry in Brazil
Antenor Madruga

Antenor Madruga
Partner
FeldensMadruga

Lucinda Low

Lucinda A. Low
Partner
Steptoe & Johnson LLP (USA)

Laura Perkins

Laura N. Perkins
Partner
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP (USA)

Expert practitioners will discuss what multi-jurisdictional enforcement truly looks like on the ground – and how best to manage increasing, overlapping and uncertain risk factors, including:

  • The risk of “follow-on” cases: When a resolved or settled case in one jurisdiction could trigger new bribery investigations in other countries
  • The challenges of coordinating with multiple agencies: Best practices for communicating with foreign authorities

10:45
Coffee & Networking Break
11:15

IN-HOUSE EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW

How Brazil’s Evolving Enforcement and Business Landscapes Are Changing Day-to-Day Decision-Making: Getting Tough Legal and Compliance Calls Right
Márcio Campanelli Moreira

Márcio Campanelli Moreira
Head of Corporate Governance
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras

Paulo José Alves
Head of Compliance
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras

Charles Duross

Charles E. Duross
Partner
Morrison & Foerster LLP (USA)

This highly anticipated, moderated panel will include practical insights from some of the foremost in-house decision-makers in the anti-corruption compliance field. It will address, among other things:

  • How executives are factoring newly evolving enforcement trends into their decision-making
  • How to know if you’re making the right call
  • Where the compliance team fits into a company’s corporate strategy and overall plan for growth
  • How to mitigate risks that are uncertain
  • Lessons learned for interacting with Brazil’s multiple enforcement authorities

12:00

STATUS REPORT ON MONITORSHIPS

How Monitorships Are Evolving in Brazil and the United States: What Defines Success in the Eyes of the Authorities, the Company, and the Monitor
Carla Verissimo

Carla Veríssimo
Procuradora Regional da República
Ministério Público Federal (MPF)

Everson Zaczuk Bassinello

Everson Zaczuk Bassinello
Chief Audit, Risk & Compliance Officer
Braskem

Otavio Yazbek

Otávio Yazbek
Partner (Compliance Monitor for Odebrecht)
Yazbek Advogados

William Jacobson

William B. Jacobson
Partner (Compliance Monitor for Braskem)
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP (USA)

Monitorships remain top of mind for the anti-corruption community in Brazil. Two years into the monitorships of Braskem and Odebrecht, the real question is whether (and how) the concept has been successful in Brazil. In this panel, a prosecutor and active monitors will explain what, in their respective views, are key indicators for a monitorship’s successes and missteps.

  • Key differences between monitorships in Brazil vs. the US: Expectations, conditions, criteria and selection of monitors, managing the process
  • What a “successful” monitorship looks like from the perspective of each party involved
  • Must-knows when reporting to Brazilian vs. US authorities
  • Nuances between a “traditional” compliance monitor vs. an “independent consultant”: Main differences companies ought to know
  • How to interpret the USDOJ’s memorandum on limiting monitorships to apply them to the most important cases: What can be expected
  • Reasons for some international monitorships, e.g. anti-corruption breaches (Braskem) vs. data issues (VW, Takata)
  • Monitorships in Brazil and the US: What comes next?

1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00

DATA PRIVACY IN FLUX

The Expected and Unexpected of the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados do Brasil (LGPD) and GDPR: How Industry is Revisiting Internal Investigations and Third Party Due Diligence and Management
Dr. Thomas Schuerrle

Dr. Thomas Schürrle
Partner
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP (Germany)

Renato Opice Blum

Renato Opice Blum
Partner
Opice Blum, Bruno, Abrusio e Vainzof Advogados Associados

Ricardo D’Ottaviano
Legal Director Brazil, South Cone and Andean Countries, Privacy & Cybersecurity LATAM Lead
Dell EMC

Renata F. Andrade
Compliance Officer
Willis Towers Watson
CAC OAB/SP Pinheiros

  • How does the LGPD affect reporting and hotline management? What are new requirements that companies need to fulfil (e.g. hire a privacy counsel)?
  • Overcoming the biggest data privacy hurdles when conducting an internal investigation
  • How to design a thorough third party due diligence process in light of the most important data privacy regulations (LGPD, GDPR, etc.)
  • What protections does the company need to put in place in order to collect, process and use data?
  • Are political proposals for data interception and decryption of messages sent through services such as WhatsApp likely to become reality? What does it mean for compliance?
  • How to handle data from customers and clients versus that of employees
  • How the LGPD could impact communication between companies conducting an internal investigation and enforcement agencies whom they report to
  • What companies should expect for enforcement of the LGPD: Prospects for the creation of a Brazilian privacy watchdog

2:45

CASE STUDIES: USING TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN PRACTICE

What It Takes to Leverage Machine Learning, Data Analytics and AI for Your Compliance Program
Taissa Licatti

Taissa Macaferri Licatti
Compliance Manager
Ambev

Jairo Tcherniakovsky

Jairo Tcherniakovsky
Head of Compliance
99 Tecnologia Ltda.

  • Best practices for applying technology in a novel approach toward mitigating compliance risks
  • Determining which data mining and collection will fit your company’s needs
  • How much to spend on the right solution – and how much is too much? Conducting a cost-benefit analysis of available solutions
  • Using technology to monitor employee awareness and compliance
  • How technology can aid attorneys in the process of conducting an investigation
  • Lessons on the prominence of data in the Lava Jato investigations and how technology is aiding the uncovering of corrupt conduct

3:30
Coffee & Networking Break
4:00

SPECIAL CEO INTERVIEW

The Bigger Picture: A CEO’s Perspective on Anti-Corruption Compliance and How it Fits Into a Multinational’s Broader Business Objectives
Pedro Parente

Pedro Parente
Global Chief Executive Officer
BRF SA

This special session will offer a look into the mind of a leading CEO and how anti-corruption compliance is viewed at the C-suite level.

4:30
COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING ROUNDTABLES

1. How to Demonstrate That Your Compliance Program is Efficient and Effective

Fabiana Leschziner

Fabiana Leschziner
Executive Vice President General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Embraer

Marisa Peres

Marisa Peres
Head of Ethics & Compliance South LatAm
Avon

2. Collective Actions and Initiatives on Anti-Corruption: How Companies and Civil Society are Teaming Up

Reynaldo Goto

Reynaldo Goto
Chief Compliance Officer
BRF SA

3. Asset Recovery: Tracing and Recouping Embezzled Assets Following an Internal Investigation and Proposed Changes to Brazil’s Civil Code

Martin De Luca

Martin De Luca
Principal
Kobre & Kim

4. Spotlight on Anti-Trust: The Biggest Lessons on Negotiating with Competition Authorities

Bruno Ferraz de Camargo

Bruno Ferraz de Camargo
Ethics and Compliance Director LATAM
Head of Global Anti-Corruption

Getinge

5. Foreign Investment in Brazil: Interactive Discussion on The Evolving Landscape and New Risks for Local Industry

Lisa Alfaro

Lisa A. Alfaro
Partner
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Join a roundtable at day’s end to exchange views, debate questions and share experiences on current industry challenges. Each roundtable has a focus topic, a host facilitator, and is scheduled to last one hour.

  1. How to Demonstrate That Your Compliance Program is Efficient and Effective
  2. Fabiana Leschziner
    Fabiana Leschziner
    Executive Vice President General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
    Embraer

    Marisa Peres
    Marisa Peres
    Head of Ethics & Compliance South LatAm
    Avon

    Benefit from smaller-group benchmarking on how to elevate a compliance program to version 3.0 via, with focus on best practices for multinationals under both Brazilian and international anti corruption regulations and legislation. The focus will be on how to enhance your compliance process’s efficiency (speed, minimum interruption to business agenda, having the right KPIs) and effectiveness (minimization of risk, detection and pro-active prevention of pitfalls, risk-ranking).

  3. Collective Actions and Initiatives on Anti-Corruption: How Companies and Civil Society are Teaming Up
  4. Reynaldo Goto
    Reynaldo Goto
    Chief Compliance Officer
    BRF SA

    Participants will share practical examples of how large companies with a commitment to compliance are partnering with multiple stakeholders across the private and public spheres – in furtherance of enhancing the ties between business and civil society. The session will discuss initiatives involving the United Nations Global Compact and Transparency International, among others.

  5. Asset Recovery: Tracing and Recouping Embezzled Assets Following an Internal Investigation and Proposed Changes to Brazil’s Civil Code
  6. Martin De Luca
    Martin De Luca
    Principal
    Kobre & Kim

    A new enforcement focus on the tracing, seizure and repatriation of assets for both sovereigns and defrauded companies has come to the forefront. Roundtable participants will discuss what companies can do to go after stolen assets and proposed changes to Brazil’s renewed push for asset forfeiture.

  7. Spotlight on Anti-Trust: The Biggest Lessons on Negotiating with Competition Authorities
  8. Bruno Ferraz de Camargo
    Bruno Ferraz de Camargo
    Ethics and Compliance Director LATAM
    Head of Global Anti-Corruption

    Getinge

    Anti-trust infringements are a major source of risk for companies and individuals. That is why, during this session, participants will be able to share their experiences with dawn raids, cease & desist agreements, internal investigations, leniency filings and infringement prevention, while discussing effective measures to address the subject within their ethics & compliance programs.

  9. Foreign Investment in Brazil: Interactive Discussion on The Evolving Landscape and New Risks for Local Industry
  10. Lisa A. Alfaro
    Lisa A. Alfaro
    Partner
    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

    Amid a new political landscape and the country’s anti-corruption drive over previous years, do local businesses and multinationals feel reassured and confident in Brazil’s fight against corruption? Have they regained confidence in its institutions? Can business be done that is not considered “high-risk”? Do your potential Brazilian business partners invest enough in their compliance program, and how can you know? When do you walk away from a deal? Get your questions answered here!

5:30
End of Day 1

Day 2 - Thursday, May 23, 2019

8:00
Continental Breakfast
9:00
Conference Co-Chairs’ Remarks
9:05

INVESTIGATION SPECIAL COMMITTEES

Special Committees in Real Life: Key Updates on Their Scope of Authority, Functions, and How They Work
Andreas Pohlmann

Dr. Andreas Pohlmann
Partner (Member of Investigation Special Committee, Petrobras)
Pohlmann & Company (Germany)

Julio Sergio Cardozo

Julio Sergio Cardozo
Coordenador de Comitê de Auditoria Estatutário
Cia. Paulista de Trens Metropolitano
Member of Audit Committee
Santander Financial Conglomerate

Carlos Ayres

Carlos Ayres
Partner
Maeda, Ayres e Sarubbi Advogados

Fernanda Barroso

Fernanda Barroso
Managing Director and Brazil Office Head
Kroll

  • Investigation special committees in Brazil: The most important lessons from leading cases
  • When and under what circumstances should a special investigation committee be instituted?
  • How to define the special committee’s level of authority
  • How to select its members and define their duties
  • To whom does a special committee report and what is the nature of interaction between the special committee and the company it oversees?
  • How to manage the delicate relationship between in-house counsel, outside counsel and the special committee with regard to sensitive matters such as the preservation of attorney-client privilege

10:00

ANTI-CORRUPTION & AML

Will the “Next Lava Jato” be in the AML Space? Priorities of a New Administration and Practical Guidance for Industry Stakeholders
Isabela Rebello

Isabela Rebello
Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Corruption Compliance
BTG Pactual

Andre Ferraz

André Ferraz
CEO and Founder
In Loco

Antonio Carlos Vasconcellos Nóbrega
Counselor, The Council for Financial Activities (COAF)
Compliance Professor, IBMEC Rio and Brasília
Former Head of the Federal Secretary of Internal Affairs (CGU)

  • Key takeaways from recent cases involving money laundering and corruption, including insights from Lava Jato prosecutions and convictions
  • What are the AML priorities of enforcement agencies?
  • The newest AML risks for companies and individuals, and how to mitigate them
  • Defining what constitutes a “valuable asset” (> 2,000 reais)
  • How the financial industry is addressing the biggest transactional risks

10:45
Coffee & Networking Break
11:15

UPDATES FROM BRAZIL’S ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Enforcement Priorities and Coordination: Leniency Agreements, Who to Contact for What, and the Risk of Multiple Agency, Overlapping Investigations
Wagner de Campos Rosario

Ministro Wagner de Campos Rosário
Ministro da Transparência e Controladoria-Geral da União (CGU)

Benjamin Zymler

Ministro Benjamin Zymler
Tribunal de Contas da União (TCU)

Andre Luiz de Almeida Mendonca

Ministro André Luiz de Almeida Mendonça
Advogado Geral
Advocacia-Geral da União (AGU)

Luis Adams

Luís Inácio Lucena Adams
Partner
Tauil & Chequer Advogados

  • How Brazil’s enforcement agencies interpret their respective mandates when it comes to anti-corruption: Which agency is responsible for what under the Clean Company Act?
  • Clarifying enforcement responsibilities and the respective agencies’ duty to negotiate leniency agreements
  • The extent of coordination across the agencies, the impact on settlements and penalties, and the risk of “double-jeopardy” (multiple fines for the same anti-corruption violation)
  • How Brazilian authorities approach investigations and settlements when a given company has already reached a settlement with a different Brazilian agency
  • How Brazil’s agencies plan to encourage companies to self-report and disclose corrupt conduct (in exchange for leniency)
  • Lei das Empresas Estatais:
    • Anti-corruption program requirements for state-owned entities (and for companies bidding for public contracts)
    • Impact on the compliance efforts of private companies doing business with state-owned entities

12:45
Networking Lunch
2:00

U.S. – BRAZIL COORDINATION ON THE GROUND

New Collaboration Between the United States and Brazil: How the Agencies Work Together on Prosecutions of Companies and Individuals
Paulo Roberto Galvão de Carvalho

Paulo Roberto Galvão de Carvalho
Procurador da República
Ministério Público Federal (MPF)

Daniel Fridman

Daniel Fridman
Partner
White & Case LLP (USA)

Salim Saud Neto

Salim Saud Neto
Partner
Saud Advogados, in cooperation with Hughes, Hubbard & Reed LLP

Guy Singer

Guy Singer
Partner
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP (USA)

During this moderated panel, prosecutors from the US and Brazil will engage in an exchange on their respective anti-corruption enforcement priorities and cross-border cooperation. Delegates will walk away with first-hand insight into enforcement priorities and cross-border information sharing.

3:00
Networking Break
3:30

SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH ARGENTINA’S ANTI-CORRUPTION OFFICE

Argentina’s Law on Corporate Criminal Responsibility and What It Means for Brazilian Companies and Individuals
Laura Alonso

Laura Alonso
Secretary for Public Ethics, Transparency and Anti- Corruption
Argentine Anti-Corruption Office

Roberto Bauzá

Roberto P. Bauzá
Partner
Rattagan Macchiavello Arocena & Peña Robirosa Abogados (Argentina)

  • The nuts and bolts of the law on criminal responsibility: No retroactive application
  • Comparing and contrasting Argentina’s approach to prosecutions with Brazilian agencies
  • Extent of cooperation between Argentinian and Brazilian authorities: The potential for new cases and expansion of existing investigations and scandals
  • Public works contracts in Argentina awarded to Brazilian companies are under re-review for potential bribery: What this means for Brazilian multinationals
  • Plea bargains in Argentina: How effective are they?
  • Argentina’s asset recovery bill, and how it aides prosecutors investigating bribery
  • Anti-Trust: The most common price-fixing/bid-rigging schemes and how to mitigate the biggest risks
  • Class Actions against companies and individuals: When Argentinian companies’ shares on US stock markets are subject to FCPA
  • Civil Actions: Must-knows for companies
  • Jurisdiction of Argentina’s provincial vs. federal authorities: Who does what

4:15

BRAZIL SUMMIT ADVISORY BOARD Q&A

Open Q&A with Brazil Summit Advisory Board Members
Fabiana Leschziner

Fabiana Leschziner
Executive Vice President General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Embraer

Charles Duross

Charles E. Duross
Partner
Morrison & Foerster LLP (USA)

Sergio Pinto

Sergio Pinto
Senior Director, Regional Sector Lead – Health Care Compliance & Privacy – Medical Devices, LatAm
Johnson & Johnson

Luis Adams

Luís Inácio Lucena Adams
Partner
Tauil & Chequer Advogados

Carlos Ayres

Carlos Ayres
Partner
Maeda, Ayres e Sarubbi Advogados

Shin Jae Kim

Shin Jae Kim
Partner
TozziniFreire Advogados

Roberta Pegas

Roberta Pegas
Chief Compliance Officer
Telefônica Brasil

This special session is your opportunity to have your most pressing questions answered by a select group of in-house and private anticorruption experts with specific knowledge of the Brazilian enforcement and compliance landscape.

5:00
Conference Concludes

Workshop A – A Deep Dive into the Most Significant Anti-Corruption and FCPA Cases Impacting Brazilian Multinationals: Essential Legal and Compliance Takeaways for Your Program and Business

May 21, 2019 9:00am - 12:30pm

$600

Speakers

Taissa Macaferri Licatti
Compliance Manager
Ambev

Julissa Reynoso
Partner
Winston & Strawn LLP (USA)

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 8:30)

This workshop offers a practical review of the major FCPA and international anti-corruption cases involving Brazil and Latin America, and a discussion of what we can learn from them. Perhaps more than any other region in the world, Brazil and its neighbors have been a center for blockbuster global anti-corruption actions in recent years – from Petrobras to Braskem, Oceanagrafia to LATAM, and multiple others. Investigations have been conducted not only by U.S. enforcement authorities, but by regional authorities as well. As a result, anticorruption practitioners, companies and their compliance personnel can draw helpful lessons from these matters.

  • Part I: Update on the major anti-corruption legislation and FCPA cases affecting how Brazilian industry thinks about compliance
  • Part II: Hypotheticals – How the same issue can play out differently across jurisdictions
    • The various forms of misconduct that have been investigated
    • What the conduct at issue in these cases reveal about common
      corruption risks in the region
    • Compliance lessons to draw from the resolutions
    • How authorities in the region are cooperating with one another to
      bring cases
    • An exploration of how new anti-corruption laws in the region are
      affecting enforcement trends
    • The relevance of new anti-corruption compliance standards that Latin
      American governments are promulgating
    • The different ways that various industries are affected
    • What we can learn about investigative strategies as a result of these cases
    • Predictions for future enforcement trends

Workshop A (Local-South America Rate) – A Deep Dive into the Most Significant Anti-Corruption and FCPA Cases Impacting Brazilian Multinationals: Essential Legal and Compliance Takeaways for Your Program and Business | Local Rate

May 21, 2019 9:00am - 12:30pm

$400

Speakers

Taissa Macaferri Licatti
Compliance Manager
Ambev

Julissa Reynoso
Partner
Winston & Strawn LLP (USA)

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 8:30)

This workshop offers a practical review of the major FCPA and international anti-corruption cases involving Brazil and Latin America, and a discussion of what we can learn from them. Perhaps more than any other region in the world, Brazil and its neighbors have been a center for blockbuster global anti-corruption actions in recent years – from Petrobras to Braskem, Oceanagrafia to LATAM, and multiple others. Investigations have been conducted not only by U.S. enforcement authorities, but by regional authorities as well. As a result, anticorruption practitioners, companies and their compliance personnel can draw helpful lessons from these matters.

  • Part I: Update on the major anti-corruption legislation and FCPA cases affecting how Brazilian industry thinks about compliance
  • Part II: Hypotheticals – How the same issue can play out differently across jurisdictions
    • The various forms of misconduct that have been investigated
    • What the conduct at issue in these cases reveal about common
      corruption risks in the region
    • Compliance lessons to draw from the resolutions
    • How authorities in the region are cooperating with one another to
      bring cases
    • An exploration of how new anti-corruption laws in the region are
      affecting enforcement trends
    • The relevance of new anti-corruption compliance standards that Latin
      American governments are promulgating
    • The different ways that various industries are affected
    • What we can learn about investigative strategies as a result of these cases
    • Predictions for future enforcement trends

Workshop B – COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING: Building a Management System to Optimize Efficiency and Effectiveness of an Integrity & Compliance Program: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

May 21, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

$600

Speakers

Alexandre C. Serpa
Regional Compliance Head for Latin America and Canada
Allergan

Karlis Novickis
Leading Professor Compliance Management Program and Legal Risks advisor
Insper / KMN Advogado
(Former Regional Compliance Officer, Whirlpool LATAM)

Patricia Punder
International Compliance Professional & Advisor

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 13:00)

Workshop leaders will, via interactive exercises, offer practical guidance on how to develop a simple and results driven management system for a compliance program already in place. The conversation will revolve around the most useful management mindset and tools to increase and monitor efficiency and effectiveness. Practical exercises and best practices sharing will underline their respective importance. Among other topics, the workshop will cover the following:

  • An analysis of various management systems that render a compliance program sustainable
  • Why it is important to have a clear and effective management system
  • Assessing effectiveness and efficiency of your compliance program via a system of S.M.A.R.T. KPIs and tangible outcomes (OKR’s)
  • How to measure efficiency and effectiveness of a compliance program
  • Culture and integrity: Two key pillars of any anti-corruption compliance program
  • Developing compliance manuals and written procedures: it is not about quantity, but quality and cultural alignment
  • In the present era characterized by a “new openness” and #MeToo, how can companies best handle increased reporting and foster more collaboration across departments?

Workshop B (Local-South America Rate) – COMPLIANCE BENCHMARKING: Building a Management System to Optimize Efficiency and Effectiveness of an Integrity & Compliance Program: Best Practices and Lessons Learned | Local Rate

May 21, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

$400

Speakers

Alexandre C. Serpa
Regional Compliance Head for Latin America and Canada
Allergan

Karlis Novickis
Leading Professor Compliance Management Program and Legal Risks advisor
Insper / KMN Advogado
(Former Regional Compliance Officer, Whirlpool LATAM)

Patricia Punder
International Compliance Professional & Advisor

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 13:00)

Workshop leaders will, via interactive exercises, offer practical guidance on how to develop a simple and results driven management system for a compliance program already in place. The conversation will revolve around the most useful management mindset and tools to increase and monitor efficiency and effectiveness. Practical exercises and best practices sharing will underline their respective importance. Among other topics, the workshop will cover the following:

  • An analysis of various management systems that render a compliance program sustainable
  • Why it is important to have a clear and effective management system
  • Assessing effectiveness and efficiency of your compliance program via a system of S.M.A.R.T. KPIs and tangible outcomes (OKR’s)
  • How to measure efficiency and effectiveness of a compliance program
  • Culture and integrity: Two key pillars of any anti-corruption compliance program
  • Developing compliance manuals and written procedures: it is not about quantity, but quality and cultural alignment
  • In the present era characterized by a “new openness” and #MeToo, how can companies best handle increased reporting and foster more collaboration across departments?