December 1

Welcome to the conference!

At this opening session, take the opportunity to learn some invaluable tips and tricks for maximizing your virtual conference experience — from navigating the platform, attending panels and track sessions, chatting with participants, making the most of structured 1:1 and smaller-group meet-ups, and asking your questions to faculty members.

PLUS! Take the opportunity to answer hot button questions anonymously through a quick, user-friendly polling system. A great way to “compare notes” and benchmark with the global community!

9:30 am
First-Timers’ “Ice Breaker”

6:00 pm
Welcome to the Conference

Don’t miss out on forging new connections and catching up with your existing contacts across the global anti-corruption community.

1:1 Networking
Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
Chief Compliance Officer Executive Roundtable
Pre-Conference Workshops

The Most Critical, Unwritten Rules for Vetting, Onboarding and Monitoring 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Parties

At this practical, industry-driven working group, expert speakers will discuss how companies are using a tiered due diligence approach based on the appropriate risk level and type of third party in question. The session will discuss how to re-evaluate your risk ranking approach and manage the costs of a robust program.

With evolving risk factors and compliance obligations, don’t miss this worthwhile opportunity to upgrade your best practices. Discover how your approach to managing high stakes risks compares to your peers, and benefit from important takeaways for your work. Ample time will be left for Q & A, so please bring your questions!

  • How far you need to go in vetting 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th and lower third parties
  • How to incorporate effective front-end vetting and screening protocols based on the type of relationship and interests represented by the third party
  • Developing a model that stratifies your risk based on third parties — and how to Perform due diligence accordingly
  • What you need in a questionnaire for third parties
  • Addressing resistance to follow-up questions after an initial questionnaire
  • Impact of GDPR on third party due diligence
  • How much due diligence is enough: How to know if your approach is truly “risk-based”
  • Unique challenges associated with critical types of third parties for your global business
  • When and how much due diligence to perform for an ongoing, existing third party relationship
  • Understanding the local business environment, customs and practices
  • What to do with information uncovered during the vetting process: How to evaluate red flags
  • Making the decision regarding which parties to use/not use: “On the Ground” obstacles to monitoring third party conduct
  • Special considerations for exercising audit rights
  • When and how much to train third parties
Bill Burtis

Bill Burtis
VP & Chief Compliance Officer
Juniper Networks

Kelsey Froehlich

Kelsey Froehlich
Partner
Mintz Group

Rodrigo Grion

Rodrigo Grion
Executive Director, Compliance
GE Healthcare

Christopher Horne

Christopher Horne
Business Security & Integrity Group Director
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Participants can continue to chat over the break, exchange contact details and engage in 1:1 interaction.

Key Requirements and Elements of an Effective Compliance Program

Expert faculty members will take a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of FCPA compliance toward laying the groundwork for the rest of the conference. Participants will benefit from a solid foundation, smaller-group learning, enhanced Q & A and helpful reference materials for their daily work after the event. Topics will include:

  • Who is covered by the FCPA
    • Foreign Private Issuers (FPI) – who qualifies?
    • Foreign subsidiaries, joint venture partners?
    • What is the extraterritorial reach of the FCPA?
    • What are the implications for employees, executives and board members?
  • Key enforcement agencies, their roles and jurisdictions
  • A close look at new, heightened risks affecting organizations and their employees:
    • Criminal liability
    • Civil liability
    • Regulatory actions and shareholder suits
    • Reputational damage
    • Whistleblower complaints
    • Debarment
    • Who is a “foreign official”?
    • What does “anything of value” mean?
    • Gifts and entertainment
    • Travel
    • Charitable and political contributions
  • What are the exceptions under the FCPA?
    • Facilitating payments: limits on “grease”
    • Reasonable and bona fide expenditures
    • Third party due diligence and monitoring requirements
    • Distributors and subdistributors
    • Agents
    • Consultants
    • Joint venture partners
    • Customs agents and brokers
  • Books and records requirements: What it means to maintain records that “accurately and fairly” reflect transactions
William Devaney

William Devaney
Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP

Marianne Ibrahim

Marianne Ibrahim
Director of Global Compliance
Baker Hughes

Jeffrey Proulx

Jeffrey Proulx
Director Counsel
Target

Michelle J. Shapiro

Michelle J. Shapiro
Partner
Arent Fox LLP

Webinar

A Conversation About Ethics, Integrity and Compliance and Strategic Approaches for a Successful Monitorship

December 2 | Main Conference – Day 1
Virtual Lobby & Exhibit Hall Open
1:1 Networking
Anonymous Audience Polling
Scavenger Hunt
Matt Galvin

Matt Galvin
Global Vice President
Ethics & Compliance

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Sam Pailca

Sam Pailca
Associate General Counsel
Office of Legal Compliance

Microsoft

Robert D. Luskin

Robert D. Luskin
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

  • USDOJ and SEC Unit Chiefs will discuss key developments over the last twelve months, priorities for the next year and the changing enforcement landscape.
  • Corporate Enforcement and Individual Enforcement:
    • Cases, statistics and important takeaways
    • Voluntary disclosure
    • Timely and appropriate remediation
    • Calculating penalties and disgorgement
    • Voluntary disclosure
    • Monitors vs. self-reporting
  • Government Investigations:
    • Investigations in the Covid-19 era, including expectations of companies and external counsel
    • Federal law enforcement partners, new and old
    • International cooperation and complications
  • OECD Phase 4 Review
  • Policy Updates and Additional Guidance
    • Second Edition of the FCPA Resource Guide
      • Conspiracy and agency in the wake of Hoskins
      • Corrections to statute of limitations and mens rea
      • Discussion of Accounting Provisions
      • Hallmarks of Effective Compliance Programs
    • Update of Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs
      • Expectations regarding artificial intelligence, big data
      • “Lessons learned”
      • Integrating acquisitions
    • Privilege, Data Privacy and Other Complicated Issues
  • Predictions for the Next Year
Charles E. Cain

Charles E. Cain
Chief, FCPA Unit
Division of Enforcement

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Christopher J. Cestaro

Christopher J. Cestaro
Chief, FCPA Unit
Fraud Section, Criminal Division

U.S. Department of Justice

Moderator:

Charles E. Duross

Charles E. Duross
Partner
Morrison & Foerster LLP

Part I: Interactive Benchmarking – Who’s Doing What?
Your Compliance Action Plan Post-Airbus: Unwritten Lessons from the Global Pandemic, Election, Settlements and Geopolitical Developments

During this new, highly anticipated session, participants will benefit from real-world guidance on the nuances and lesser known takeaways from the Airbus settlement and other significant cases over the last 12 months. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Reexamining your anti-corruption policies and procedures post-Airbus
    • Taking stock of the payment mechanisms employed in Airbus determined to be “corrupt conduct”
    • Using the agreement to identify external and internal warnings of corruption
  • Evaluating your compliance plan in view of the Criminal Division’s updates to the Department’s Guidance – Best practices for:
    • Detecting and mitigating your own specific risks
    • Continuously identifying risk factors
    • Implementing consistent application of organizational justice
  • Adapting to the “new normal” of working remotely and associated compliance risks
  • Analyzing the evolution of ethics and compliance during COVID-19
    • Reviewing USDOJ and SEC enforcement priorities and the impact of COVID-19 on enforcement
      • Novartis/Alcon
      • Eni SpA
      • Alexion
  • Influencing behavior amid geopolitical tensions in the business and workforce
    • Lessons learned from responding the urgency created by unique compliance risks
John D. Buretta

John D. Buretta
Partner
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

Lynn Haaland

Lynn Haaland
Deputy General Counsel, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer
Zoom Video Communications

David N. Kelley

David N. Kelley
Partner
Dechert LLP

Moderator:

Lucinda A. Low

Lucinda A. Low
Partner
Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt

New for this year, hear directly from a panel of general counsel from leading multinationals as they offer perspectives on:

  • Risk and exposure in the wake of COVID-19, economic and geopolitical developments
  • Aligning legal departmental activities with the strategic goals of the business
  • Identifying effective messaging for conveying value to the C-Suite
  • “Big Picture” lessons learned from the global pandemic
  • Implementing big picture cost-containment strategies
Damien Atkins

Damien Atkins
Senior VP, General Counsel and Secretary
The Hershey Company

Michael C. Bailey

Michael C. Bailey
General Counsel
Bechtel Group

Norman M. Brothers, Jr.

Norman M. Brothers, Jr.
Senior VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
UPS

Karen P. Seymour

Karen P. Seymour
Executive VP, General Counsel
Goldman Sachs

Moderator:

William Jacobson

William Jacobson
Partner
Allen & Overy LLP

Part II: Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement and Coordination:
Unwritten Takeaways on Risk Mitigation and Investigations – and What to Flag Now Before the New Year

This past year, the anti-corruption community saw US authorities cooperate with, and leverage the resources of foreign governments, as revealed by the resolutions with MTS, TFMC and SHI. With authorities giving every indication that this trend will continue, audience members will benefit from in-house and outside counsel perspectives, concrete examples of successes and lessons learned for resolving pressing issues amid GDPR, foreign labor laws, privilege, governance issues and budgetary constraints. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Navigating the web of local and multinational laws that can govern the conduct of an investigation
    • Data privacy limitations on data collection and review
    • Labor law limitations on data collection and review, employee interviews, and employee discipline
    • State secrets law
  • Determining whether or not to self-disclose findings from an investigation
  • Evaluating and coordinating, in cross-border investigations, to which enforcement authorities, when, and how such disclosure should be made
  • Protecting the attorney-client privilege in multiple jurisdictions
  • Utilizing technology to investigate more efficiently and effectively, including spotting issues early and the pros and cons of virtual interviews versus on the ground ones
  • Adapting to the unexpected, including best practices for conducting investigations in the COVID-19 era
Greg D. Andres

Greg D. Andres
Partner
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

Lisa LeCointe-Cephas

Lisa LeCointe-Cephas
Executive Director, Head of Global Investigations
Merck

Mark F. Mendelsohn

Mark F. Mendelsohn
Partner
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Sandra Moser

Sandra Moser
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Moderator:

Michael Kendall

Michael Kendall
Partner
White & Case LLP

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt
Lisa Osofsky

Lisa Osofsky
Director
Serious Fraud Office (UK)

Strengthening an Ethical Culture in Good Times–and in Bad: Real-Life Examples of Wins and Misses on Messaging, Training and Monitoring

During this highly anticipated session, executives will share their experiences and lessons learned for fostering an ethical corporate culture in the midst of challenging circumstances, including the global pandemic, geopolitical shifts, an enforcement action and more:

  • Understanding how industry is revisiting employee hotlines, messaging and training
    • Opening multiple channels for internal reporting
  • Thwarting the risk of bribery, corruption, and noncompliance during periods of business disruption and heightened corruption risks
  • Best practices for employee training, complaint response and more
  • Practical ways to foster a “speak up” culture and how to update your messaging
  • Influencing behavior to develop a strong culture of compliance
    • Important takeaways on what has worked and what has proven ineffective
Hollie Foust

Hollie Foust
SVP, Legal & Compliance
Cardinal Health

Nancy McCready Higgins

Nancy McCready Higgins
VP & Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
Bechtel Group

Justin Olson

Justin Olson
Chief Compliance Officer
McDermott International, Inc.

Moderator:

Neil T. Smith

Neil T. Smith
Partner
K&L Gates LLP

Internal Investigations, In-Person and Remote: 3 Big Questions Many Forget – and How to Address Them

  • Reviewing the impact of recent USDOJ enforcement actions and settlements
    • Right-sizing internal investigations
  • Managing the scope of foreign regulations on the scope of internal investigations
  • Pitfalls to avoid when identifying confidentiality and privilege red flags
  • Best practices for investigations with former employees
  • Lessons learned from remote document collection
  • Considerations for recording interviews
    • Identifying risks to preserving privilege
  • Conducting remote investigations and remote interviews
    • Interaction with law enforcement and cross border data transfer challenges
Glenn Pomerantz

Glenn Pomerantz
Partner, Global Forensics Practice Leader
BDO International

Thomas Stimson

Thomas Stimson
Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
The AES Corporation

Jerome Tomas

Jerome Tomas
Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP

Moderator:

Giovanni Paolo Falcetta

Giovanni Paolo Falcetta
Partner
TozziniFreire Advogados (Brazil)

Anti-Corruption and Latin America: New, Critical Geopolitical, Enforcement and Legal Developments Affecting Your Risk Profile Across the Region

  • Levelling the playing field where economies are 70% underground
  • How to walk the anti-corruption enforcement learning curve
  • Fitting the cultural and anti-corruption maturity gap
  • When politics drive anti-corruption legal developments
  • Comparing anti-corruption enforcement across Latin America
  • Corporate criminal liability, asset recovery and whistleblowing
  • Legislation vs. enforcement in the region: The record to date, what to expect going forward, enforcement “competition” between countries and agencies
Fernando Dyer

Fernando Dyer
Group Chief Risk and Compliance Officer
Grupo Graña y Montero (Peru)

Reynaldo Goto

Reynaldo Goto
Chief Compliance Officer
BRF SA (Brazil)

Moderator:

Maximiliano D’Auro

Maximiliano D’Auro
Partner
Beccar Varela (Argentina)

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt

Interactive Benchmarking – Who’s Doing What? Compliance Brainstorming: Leveraging Your Anti-Corruption Program Resources to Support Other Global Compliance Needs

  • Concrete examples of creating efficiencies and stronger compliance systems through cross-departmental synergy
  • Identifying strategies for risk assessments covering specific operations
  • Leveraging other departmental resources in addition to anti-corruption compliance
  • Identifying overlaps to increase efficiencies across AML, sanctions and anti-bribery programs
  • Reconciling where different compliance programs require different policies and protocols
  • Proven strategies for leveraging teams and skillsets for broader compliance
    • How leveraging resources can inspire tangible cost-savings for a company
Sergio V. Leal

Sergio V. Leal
Head of Compliance, Americas & Europe
Ericsson

Scott Schools

Scott Schools
Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer
Uber Technologies Inc.

Moderator:

Tiffany R. Moseley

Tiffany R. Moseley
Partner
Loeb & Loeb LLP

Self-Disclosure Decision Making: How Practitioners are Making the Tough Call on How Much to Disclose and To Whom

  • Practical impact of U.S. disclosures on foreign corruption investigations and vice versa:
    • When a U.S. disclosure can now be used against you by a foreign government
  • Understanding the finer points determining if, when, and how much to disclose
  • Initial considerations regarding the benefits and risks of self-disclosure
  • The dynamics of whether self-disclosure will be considered “voluntary”
  • Getting the sequencing and the substance right:
    • Identifying in which order to disclose, how much to say, and to whom
  • The DOJ Corporate Enforcement Policy and your disclosure calculus: Are companies benefitting?
  • Drafting the disclosure:
    • The late best practices
Brian Baldrate

Brian Baldrate
VP & General Counsel
Global Legal Affairs & Government Relations

Raytheon Technologies

Maria Gonzalez Calvet

Maria Gonzalez Calvet
Partner
Ropes & Gray LLP

Steven E. Fagell

Steven E. Fagell
Partner
Covington & Burling LLP

Ronald C. Machen

Ronald C. Machen
Partner
WilmerHale

Moderator:

Brian M. Heberlig

Brian M. Heberlig
Partner
Steptoe & Johnson LLP

CHINA STRATEGY SESSION: An Inside Look at Hidden, Emerging Compliance, Third Party and Supply Chain Risk Factors: Practical Guidance on Evolving Your Program

  • Analyzing the impact of U.S.-China tensions on investigations in China
  • Identifying the practical implications of China’s blocking statute and other restrictions on data transfers
  • Reviewing the status of DOJ’s China Initiative and effect on China-related FCPA enforcement
  • Outlining trends in commercial bribery enforcement in China
  • Contrasting enforcement risks for local vs. multinational companies
  • Interacting with government officials: How the key local agencies communicate with companies, and approach regulatory
Hillary Rosenberg

Hillary Rosenberg
Global Head, Anti-Bribery and Corruption
Standard Chartered Bank

Daniel A. Solomon

Daniel A. Solomon
Member
Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC

Moderator:

Alex Young K. Oh

Alex Young K. Oh
Partner
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Cross-Border Privilege: The Newest Hurdles to Preserving Privilege: The Lesser Known Pitfalls that Can Derail Your Case Across Jurisdictions

  • Outlining the initiatives and functions of the newly launched DOJ Privilege Review Team (PRT)
  • Cross-border strategies to limited waiver of privilege
  • What happens to other privileged material when some reaches the public domain?
  • How can you rely upon the defense of legal counsel without losing privilege immediately or thereafter
  • Identifying differences in scope of privilege
    • Common pitfalls to avoid when sending legal advice across borders
  • How a company’s disclosures while seeking cooperation credit can “accidently” trigger a waiver of the attorney-client and work product privilege
  • When to waive privilege, and steps to take toward avoiding inadvertent waivers
  • Maintaining privilege for compliance
    • Special considerations for audits:
      • How much to document in audits
      • Distributing the audit report/findings
Lorinda Laryea

Lorinda Laryea
Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit
Fraud Section, Criminal Division

U.S. Department of Justice

Todd Braunstein

Todd Braunstein
General Counsel & Head of Global Investigations
Willis Towers Watson

Peter Burrell

Peter Burrell
Partner
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Moderator:

Robert D. Luskin

Robert D. Luskin
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

New Fraud and Corruption Schemes That Should Be on Your Radar Screen: The Newest, Most Complex and Savvy Schemes – and How they Were Uncovered

Amid the global pandemic, fraudsters have found new, increasingly sophisticated schemes. At this must-attend sessions, experts will flag the new indicators of fraud and corruption-and how they were discovered. Topics will include:

  • Schemes arising out of emergency efforts to obtain PPE
  • Evaluating coronavirus and PPP fraud
    • Who is being investigated?
  • Gifts and charitable donations: Pointers on strengthening your due diligence
  • Analyzing new initiatives from USDOJ Criminal Division’s Fraud Section litigating units:
    • Health Care Fraud Unit
    • Market Integrity and Major Frauds Unit
    • FCPA Unit
  • How monies disbursed into the EU Recovery fund and the CARES Act have been used by outside actors for fraud and corruption
  • Recent investigations of pandemic-related fraud-and what’s on the horizon
Joe Beemsterboer

Joe Beemsterboer
Acting Principal Deputy Chief
Fraud Section, Criminal Division

U.S. Department of Justice

Greg Esslinger

Greg Esslinger
Partner
Control Risks

Louis Freeh

Louis Freeh
Managing Director
AlixPatners

Pei Li Wong

Pei Li Wong
Managing Director
BDO

Moderator:

Sozi Pedro Tulante

Sozi Pedro Tulante
Partner
Dechert LLP

CHINA: Your Most Burning Questions Answered

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.

*By Invitation Only

Eric Carlson

Eric Carlson
Partner
Covington & Burling LLP (China)

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
The “Big Reveal” of Day 1
Anonymous Polling Results
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions

Smaller-Group Roundtables:

6:15–7:15
WilmerHale Women’s Event By Invitation Only

6:30–7:00
Compliance War Stories: Virtual Happy Hour on Compliance Technology

December 3 | Main Conference – Day 2
Virtual Lobby & Exhibit Hall Open
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt

8:40 am
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs

Brian C. Rabbitt

Brian C. Rabbitt
Acting Assistant Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice

Interviewed By:

Kimberly A. Parker

Kimberly A. Parker
Partner
WilmerHale

Part III: The New Realities of Third-Party Due Diligence with Limited Resources:
The Top Five Newest, Most Effective Strategies for Vetting Your Business Partners, Their Partners and More

Test your third-party management know-how with a series of rapid fire, anonymous polling questions on the most sensitive, complex dilemmas. Discover how your approach to managing high stakes risks under budgetary pressures compares to your peers, and benefit from a practical discussion of the polling results and key takeaways for your work.

  • Strategies for updating third-party due diligence in alignment with the organization’s priorities
    • Reviewing commercial rationales and terms
  • Factoring in geographical risks to due diligence methodologies
  • Devising strategies for engaging in due diligence by implementing adaptable due diligence checklists
  • Reaching the right balance between diligence and ongoing monitoring
  • Implementing tiered due diligence approaches based on appropriate level of risk and classification of third party
  • Designing comprehensive due diligence processes and procedures without sufficient resources
    • Using data to re-evaluate priorities and resource allocations
  • Onboarding and classifying third party intermediaries and monitoring their activities
    • Identifying the appropriate level of diligence fourth party due diligence
      • How much diligence is required on subcontractors to vendors
Stephanie C. Davis

Stephanie C. Davis
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Volkswagen Group of America

David Flavell

David Flavell
SVP, Deputy General Counsel
Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer

PepsiCo

Amy Schuh

Amy Schuh
SVP, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Cognizant

William D. Semins

William D. Semins
Partner
K&L Gates LLP

Moderator:

Martin J. Weinstein

Martin J. Weinstein
Partner
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP

Designed as smaller-group interaction, participants will convene with experts. The “closed-door”, intimate format will allow for candid, “off the record” discussion.

*By Invitation Only

Salim Jorge Saud Neto

Salim Jorge Saud Neto
Partner
Saud Advogados (BRA)

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt

The world has reached an inflection point in which digital technology is being used as both a powerful tool and formidable weapon. Brad will discuss new approaches to manage this era and the steps that companies of all sizes can take to accept greater responsibility and partner with governments to shape the future.

Brad Smith

Brad Smith
President
Microsoft

Interviewed By:

Sam Pailca

Sam Pailca
Associate General Counsel
Office of Legal Compliance

Microsoft

  • Takeaways from the implementation of the DOJ’s revised policy
  • What is now expected for retention of business records and correspondence
    • How is industry overcoming the inherent hurdles to implementation?
  • How industry is addressing high stakes cybersecurity and data privacy dilemmas
  • How to archive in the cloud
    • How long does data need to be stored?
  • The impact of the global pandemic on corporate use of messaging platforms
    • How has the increased usage impacted investigations and compliance?
  • Implementing internal investigations practices for data localization, collection and review
David Last

David Last
Principal Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit
Fraud Section, Criminal Division

U.S. Department of Justice

Kirk Foster

Kirk Foster
Director of Compliance, Senior Counsel
Huntington Ingalls Industries

Ryan Rohlfsen

Ryan Rohlfsen
Partner
Ropes & Gray LLP

Moderator:

Laura Perkins

Laura Perkins
Partner
Hughes, Hubbard & Reed

Connect in a smaller-group setting with like-minded individuals from your industry. Expand your network and gain best practices tailored to the realities of your business.

*By Invitation Only

Jennifer H. Saperstein

Jennifer H. Saperstein
Partner
Covington & Burling LLP

Ilana Shulman

Ilana Shulman
Chief Compliance Officer
Hill-Rom

Monitorship Milestones: Companies Share Their Biggest Compliance Lessons – for the Short and Long-Term

  • Behind the scenes of a monitorship – and the challenges faced by both the company and monitor
  • Taking stock of successes and missteps across the life cycle of the monitorship
  • How to conduct an effective compliance review and leverage the findings to revise your policies and procedures
  • Implementing compliance upgrades and improved training programs
  • Working with the monitor to address “on the ground” hurdles to remediation
  • Considering whether data analytics is a value add to the overall health of your organization
  • Adaptability, resilience and perseverance as key components of any successful program
    • How to pivot when risk changes and crisis ensues
Angela Main

Angela Main
VP, Global Chief Compliance Officer & Associate General Counsel
Zimmer Biomet

Moderator:

Anne Murray

Anne Murray
Partner
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

FCPA Tech Interactive Benchmarking – Who’s Using What? Data Analytics, AI and Machine Learning in Practice: Industry Discusses How They Select, Invest and Utilize Innovation Amid Budgetary Pressures

  • What are regulator’s expectations in relation to compliance officer access to, and use, of data analytics?
  • In what scenarios can artificial intelligence/data analytics being used to support an ethics & compliance program?
    • Reputational monitoring of third parties
    • Payments monitoring
    • Distributor pricing monitoring
    • Travel & Expense monitoring
    • Tracking employee engagement
      • Use of code/policies
    • Proxies for measuring ethical health
      • investigations, discipline, compliance with controls
  • What are the practical and technical challenges in designing an ethics & compliance analytics strategy?
  • How do you manage associated data privacy, integrity and security risks?
Parth Chanda

Parth Chanda
Founder & CEO
Lextegrity

Therese Lee

Therese Lee
Director, Legal
Google Inc.

Andrew McBride

Andrew McBride
Chief Compliance Officer
Albemarle Corporation

Catherine Razzano

Catherine Razzano
VP and Chief Compliance Officer
Panasonic Avionics Corporation

Special Industry Groups (SIGs)

Connect in a smaller-group setting with like-minded individuals from your industry. Expand your network and gain best practices tailored to the realities of your business.

*By invitation only

Tech & Telecom
Jeffrey Eglash

Jeffrey Eglash
Vice President Ethics & Compliance
Nokia

Kristopher Rossfeld

Kristopher Rossfeld
Data Protection Officer
Senior Director and Assistant General Counsel of Anti-Corruption and Antitrust

Western Digital

Defense & Aerospace
Jannette Hasan

Jannette Hasan
Assistant General Counsel, Corp. Director – Global Compliance Program
Northrop Grumman Corporation

Kenneth Wainstein

Kenneth Wainstein
Partner
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

Exhibit Hall Meet-Ups
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
Scavenger Hunt
Rod J. Rosenstein

Rod J. Rosenstein
Partner
King & Spalding LLP
Former United States Deputy Attorney General

Interviewed By:

F. Joseph Warin

F. Joseph Warin
Partner
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Sam Pailca

Sam Pailca
Associate General Counsel
Office of Legal Compliance

Microsoft

Iris E. Bennett

Iris E. Bennett
Member
Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC

Guy Singer

Guy Singer
Partner
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Alison Tanchyk

Alison Tanchyk
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Moderator:

Tara Lee

Tara Lee
Partner
White & Case LLP

New for this year, connect with expert in-house faculty in a smaller group setting to ask your outstanding questions and expand your “brain trust.”

*By invitation only

Stephanie C. Davis

Stephanie C. Davis
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Volkswagen Group of America

Amy Schuh

Amy Schuh
SVP, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Cognizant

Virtual Lobby & Exhibit Hall Open
1:1 Networking
“Compliance Warrior”
Booth Submissions
BIG REVEAL
of Scavenger Hunt Winner

Part I: Open Q&A with DOJ and SEC Decision Makers: FCPA and Beyond

Participants will gain further insights on cross-agency coordination and compliance expectations, along with an unparalleled opportunity ask questions to a panel of enforcement officials. We invite you to join us once again for what will be another productive exchange with key U.S. Government Officials!

Stephanie Avakian

Stephanie Avakian
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

Moderator:

Kwame J. Manley

Kwame J. Manley
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

Part II

Participants will gain further insights on cross-agency coordination and compliance expectations, along with an unparalleled opportunity ask questions to a panel of enforcement officials. We invite you to join us once again for what will be another productive exchange with key U.S. Government Officials!

Harry T. Chavis Jr.

Harry T. Chavis Jr.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
Washington DC Field Office

IRS Criminal Investigation

Joshua W. DeLay

Joshua W. DeLay
Special Agent, Program Manager
Department of Justice Liaison
Illicit Finance & Proceeds of Crime Unit

Homeland Security Investigations

David M. Fuhr

David M. Fuhr
Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit
Criminal Division, Fraud Section

U.S. Department of Justice

Michael Lewandowski

Michael Lewandowski
Supervisory Special Agent, International Corruption Program
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Moderator:

Kwame J. Manley

Kwame J. Manley
Partner
Paul Hastings LLP

4:30 pm
Main Conference Concludes