CEO meets Andean Government Officials to Discuss Anti-Corruption In South America

Senior Decision-Makers from industry, finance and law join high-level regulators to discuss the future of compliance and Risk Management in South America. The acclaimed inaugural Andean Summit on Anti-Corruption and Compliance conference organized by the American Conference Institute, will bring together the Secretary of Transparency from the Office of the Colombian President to deliver a Keynote address as well as the director of the Criminal Division of the Colombian Attorney General’s Office and the Senior Deputy Chief for Litigation at the Fraud Section US-Department of Justice. Joining the regulators will be a cross-industry faculty of experts from the Andean region who will be sharing experiences of cutting edge risk mitigation strategies and innovations in compliance programs. Registered delegates are particularly looking forward to the special address by the CEO of GE.   Delegates also agree that recent anti-corruption activity in South America makes this conference highly relevant and timely.  

“Great Opportunity to Meet Leading Experts and Share Lessons and Best Practices.”-Microsoft

Considered to be the “premier anti-corruption compliance event in the region” anticipation is building among registered delegates to hear distinguished industry leaders speak and share their practical experiences on how to adapt the compliance programs to the evolving enforcement landscape in Latin America. 2015 program speakers include:  
  • Camilo Gonzalez, General Counsel, CEMEX (Colombia)
  • Pablo Javier Miranda, Chief Compliance Officer Austral- Andina, Siemens (Colombia)
  • Jorge Ropero, Ethics and Compliance Director, Ecopetrol (Colombia)
  • Martin Espinosa, Senior Counsel, Phillip Morris International (Ecuador)   
  • Luis Miguel Arce, Legal Affairs Director, Hubday Minerals (Peru)
  • Donald Dillman, Director of Ehtics and Compliance for Latin America, Diebold (Panama)
  While Brazil has been front-and-center in the news with the sprawling Petrobras investigation which is affecting many of the infrastructure projects in the Andean region, new regulations and recent OECD bid in Colombia and Peru, enforcement activity in Chile and uncertain regulatory environment in Venezuela and Ecuador make the country-specific updates from local counsel a critical component of the event.   About ACI: American Conference Institute is devoted to providing the business intelligence that senior decision-makers need to respond to challenges around the world. Staffed by industry specialists, lawyers and other professionals, American Conference Institute operates as a think tank, monitoring trends and developments in all major industry sectors, the law, and public policy, with a view to providing information on the leading edge. Don’t miss this great opportunity. This conference sells fast! To register please visit the website at: