The Annual Meeting Place for the Global Anti-Corruption Community

We have re-imagined this flagship conference for the global anti-corruption community toward keeping everyone safe- and reaching even more professionals worldwide. With a new virtual format come new possibilities—you can expect an experience that offers new opportunities to connect, benchmark and expanded your global network. This virtual format makes distance irrelevant!

Government Speaking Faculty
Brian C. Rabbitt

Brian C. Rabbitt

Acting Assistant Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice

Stephanie Avakian

Stephanie Avakian

Co-Director, Division of Enforcement
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Daniel Kahn

Daniel Kahn

Acting Chief
Fraud Section, Criminal Division

U.S. Department of Justice

Charles E. Cain

Charles E. Cain

Chief, FCPA Unit, Division of Enforcement
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Tracy Price

Deputy Chief, FCPA Unit, Division of Enforcement
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Lisa Osofsky

Lisa Osofsky

Serious Fraud Office (UK)

Joshua W. DeLay

Special Agent, Program Manager
Department of Justice Liaison
Illicit Finance & Proceeds of Crime Unit

Homeland Security Investigations

Harry Chavis

Harry Chavis

Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Crimes Unit
Criminal Investigations

Internal Revenue Service

Hui Chen

Hui Chen

Chief Integrity Adviser
Hawaii Department of the Attorney General

Advantages of a Virtual Conference

Immerse yourself in live presentations, panel discussions, specialized breakout sessions and networking opportunities

Engage in meaningful dialogue with attendees and speakers in an interactive format

Meet 1-on-1 with other attendees and exchange contact information for lasting connections and true engagement

Expand your network globally

Visit solution providers and learn about the latest technologies, services and products

Eliminate the costs and stress of travel

Reduce waste and carbon footprint through this environmentally friendly platform

2020 Co-Chairs

Matt Galvin

Global Vice President,
Ethics & Compliance

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Sam Pailca

Associate General Counsel
Office of Legal Compliance


Robert Luskin

Paul Hastings LLP

Welcome from the 2020 Co-Chairs
2020 Virtual Conference Schedule


Virtual Conference Orientation | Workshops | Chief Compliance Officer Roundtable

U.S. Eastern Standard Time 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00
Networking Virtual Conference Orientation 1:1
First Timers’
“Ice Breaker”
Co-Chairs’ Welcome

Virtual Conference Orientation
Exhibit Hall Grand Opening

1:1 Networking
Event Chief Compliance Officer Roundtable
Workshops A: Third Party & Supply Chain Management Handbook B: FCPA Boot Camp

Main Conference Day One

U.S. Eastern
Standard Time
9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00
Networking Exhibit Hall

1:1 Networking
1:1 Networking 1:1
1:1 Networking 1:1 & Smaller-Group Meet-Ups
Sessions DOJ, SEC:
FCPA Year in Review
Global Risk Think Tank I General Counsel Interview Global Risk Think Tank II SFO Keynote Breakout Sessions A, B, C
Concurrent Session CHINA: Your Most Burning Questions Answered

Main Conference Day Two

U.S. Eastern
Standard Time
8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Networking Exhibit Hall

1:1 Networking
1:1 Networking 1:1 Networking 1:1 Networking
Sessions DOJ Keynote Global Risk Think Tank III Interactive Benchmarking – Who’s Doing What Breakout Sessions D DAG Alumni Interview Behind the Scenes of a Crisis Townhall with DOJ, SEC, FBI, HSI and IR
Concurrent Sessions Brazil: Your Most Burning Questions Answered “SIG” – Life Sciences Faculty-Attendee Roundtables


2nd National Forum on FARA

National Forum on FARA

As the only comprehensive, practical event of its kind, gain critical updates for managing new legal, compliance, political and reputational risk factors.

Topics will include:

  • The scope of the Lawyer’s, LDA and Commercial Exemptions
  • PR, Media, Tech and SEO Firms Under the Microscope
  • FARA Compliance Program Pitfalls
  • Legislative Reform Post-Election
New 2020 Networking & Benchmarking Opportunities

Global Risk Think Tank

New for 2020, you will benefit from a series of sessions on the unwritten lessons and “war stories” from the global pandemic, settlements and geopolitical developments-and practical guidance for what is coming down the pipeline.

Who’s Doing What?

With so much at stake, hear what others are doing to update their global compliance action plans, investigations and internal controls, and ensure effective third-party management with limited resources. Save your seat for the benchmarking opportunity of the year!

Special Industry Groups (SIGs) 2.0

Newly revamped for 2020, connect in a smaller-group setting with like-minded individuals from your industry. Expand your industry-specific network and gain best practices tailored to the realities of your business.

Open Q & A Breakout Sessions

Want more time to ask your most burning questions? New for this year, ask experts your follow-up questions at special Open Q & A breakout sessions.

Faculty-Attendee Roundtables

A unique opportunity to connect with expert faculty members in a more intimate, informal setting to chat and expand your “brain trust.”


A unique chance to delve into the current landscape of technology solutions. Hear from industry decision-makers on how they are selecting and leveraging analytics, AI and machine learning for effective compliance and third-party management.

Country Risk & Compliance Exchanges

Based on popular demand, we are pleased to announce a new opportunity to meet up with leading practitioners from Brazil and China. Ask questions and gain important takeaways for managing evolving risk factors “on the ground”.

Seating will be limited toward ensuring a smaller-group interaction.

Flag of Brazil Flag of China

Exclusive Boardroom Series

Designed as an intimate, boardroom-style session, participants will convene with experts who have worked on some of the most historic cases to date. The “closed-door” and smaller-group format will allow for candid, “off the record” discussion on sensitive, hot button issues.

Anonymous Audience Polling

With a user-friendly digital polling system, participants will respond to panel questions confidentially. Allowing for candid insights, take advantage of the chance to compare your compliance and investigations practices to your peers across the globe.

Be the First to Know


Each year, the opening panel has been the highly anticipated “Year In Review”. Senior officials from the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission have provided key updates and have addressed audience questions.


Participants have benefited from an enhanced opportunity to engage in Q & A with senior officials from the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the highly anticipated closing session of the main conference.

Further details regarding the 2020 Town Hall will follow soon.

Chief Compliance Officer Executive Roundtable
CCO Roundtable

Taking place the day before the main conference, this unique program is designed as a series of smaller-group, “closed door” discussions on critical issues, including ERM, cybersecurity, behavioral compliance, corporate governance, data privacy, and approaches to high stakes decision-making.

As in past years, all participants will be pre-qualified to ensure an optimal networking and benchmarking experience. Attendees will only consist of CCOs (and others with the same level of job responsibilities).

Practical, In-Depth Workshops

Laying the groundwork for the main conference discussions, you and your colleagues will benefit from a deep dive into key FCPA requirements, core elements of a compliance program and an updated toolbox for third-party management:

Third Party & Supply Chain Management Handbook
FCPA Boot Camp