LOCAL – Workshop B – Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: How Companies are Upgrading Internal Controls, Policies, Procedures and Third Party Monitoring

Mar 26, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

Speakers

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Roberto Hernandez
Managing Partner
COMAD, S.C.

Angélica Morales Quezada
Corporate Manager of Audit, Risks and Compliance
Hoteles Misión

Special Participation of:

Dante Preisser Rentería
Former Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit
Secretaría de la Función Pública

INTERNATIONAL – Workshop B – Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: How Companies are Upgrading Internal Controls, Policies, Procedures and Third Party Monitoring

Mar 26, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

Speakers

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Roberto Hernandez
Managing Partner
COMAD, S.C.

Angélica Morales Quezada
Corporate Manager of Audit, Risks and Compliance
Hoteles Misión

Special Participation of:

Dante Preisser Rentería
Former Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit
Secretaría de la Función Pública

Day 1 - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

7:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30
Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks
8:45
Keynote Government Interview
9:45
SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH AN ANTI-CORRUPTION PROSECUTOR
10:15
Coffee & Networking Break
10:45

AUDIENCE POLLING

Gifts, Travel & Entertainment: Shifting Sands in Terms of Regulation and Policy in Mexico
11:30

CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY IN MEXICO

How La Responsabilidad Penal de Personas Morales is Increasing Executives’ Risk Exposure: The New Realities Confronting Compliance Officers and Legal Counsel
12:30

AUDIENCE POLLING

The 5 Newest Third Party Due Diligence and Audit Challenges – and How to Overcome Them
1:15
Networking Lunch
2:15
CEO INTERVIEW
3:00

AUDIENCE POLLING – WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF…

Securing Business Licenses and Permits from Municipalities: The Finer Points of Interacting with Local Government Officials
3:45
Coffee & Networking Break
4:00

TECHNOLOGY & DATA ANALYTICS

The Latest Best Practices for Leveraging Technology to Map and Monitor Corruption Risks
4:45

OPEN Q & A PANEL WITH GOVERNMENT ALUMNI

Key Takeaways for Weathering the Transition amid a New Administration
5:30
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, March 28, 2019

7:30

NEW

IN-HOUSE COMPLIANCE ROUNDTABLE
8:00
Continental Breakfast
8:30
Conference Co-Chairs’ Remarks
8:35

SPECIAL INTERVIEW

THE ROLE OF THE BOARD IN COMPLIANCE: What Is the Appropriate Level of Involvement in the Company’s Compliance Efforts? What is the Role of the Board and, Especially, of Independent Members in the Case of Investigations and Crises?
9:30
SPECIAL INTERVIEW with the U.S. Department of Justice – FCPA Enforcement in Mexico and the Region: Updates on Revised Policy, Priorities and Close Collaboration with Regional Prosecutors
10:15
Coffee & Networking Break
10:45

THE NEXUS BETWEEN ANTI-CORRUPTION AND TRADE

Updating Your Internal Controls, Ethics and Compliance Program in Response to Chapter 27 of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA)
11:30

ANTI-CORRUPTION & INTERNATIONAL TRADE

AMLO’s Proposal for Public Bidding and Procurement under the Auspices of Citizens and the United Nations – What to Expect?
12:15
SPECIAL ADDRESS
1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00

JOINT VENTURES

How to Address New Operational Hurdles Affecting Your Anti-Corruption Compliance Efforts with Various Business Partners, Including State-Owned Entities
2:45

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND ANTI-CORRUPTION

How Mexican Industry is Fighting Corruption by Instituting Integrity and Transparency in the Financial Sector: Practical Guidance for Stakeholder
3:45
Networking Break
4:00

AUDIENCE POLLING

High-Stakes M&A Risks and How to Overcome Them: The Unwritten Lessons for Minimizing Risks at the Pre- and Post-Acquisition Stages
4:45
Conference Concludes

Day 1 - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

7:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30
Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Ignacio Gabriel Stepancic
Compliance Director
Grupo Bimbo

8:45
Keynote Government Interview
9:45
SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH AN ANTI-CORRUPTION PROSECUTOR

Maestro Odracir Ricardo Espinoza Valdez
Anti-Corruption Prosecutor for the State of Sonora
President

National Convention of Anti-Corruption Prosecutors

10:15
Coffee & Networking Break
10:45

AUDIENCE POLLING

Gifts, Travel & Entertainment: Shifting Sands in Terms of Regulation and Policy in Mexico

Patricia Rivas Mandujano
Regional Compliance Officer LatAm
Bausch Health Companies Inc.

Ángel de León Zamora
Head of Legal and Compliance, Americas Division
Ontex

Hugo López Coll
Shareholder
Greenberg Traurig LLP

  • Interpreting the GLAR’s explicit prohibition of gifts, travel, entertainment & hospitality versus AMLO’s program to combat corruption (“Ningún funcionario público podrá recibir regalos, cuyo valor exceda los 5 mil pesos”)
  • Status update on enforcement of the policy
  • How does the law apply to public versus private officials?
  • Who determines what is a “reasonable” gift, entertainment or hospitality request? What guidelines can businesses use to adapt their corporate policies to the requirements of the law?
  • How to identify who is involved in the authorization and approval of gifts, hospitality and other requests?
  • Clarifying the policy’s scope of application: Trips to conduct investigations, marketing-related activities, etc.
  • How to handle business interactions with both corporate entities and officials from high risk jurisdictions

11:30

CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY IN MEXICO

How La Responsabilidad Penal de Personas Morales is Increasing Executives’ Risk Exposure: The New Realities Confronting Compliance Officers and Legal Counsel

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Diego Sierra
Partner
Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC (Mexico)

Jose A. Lopez Alonso
Partner
Zinser, Esponda y Gómez Mont Abogados

  • How corporate criminal liability (prosecuted by the attorney general’s office) now intersects with administrative liability (overseen by the Función Pública)
  • What is the respective authority of the Attorney General’s office versus the Función Pública
  • Parallel Investigations: Implications for one investigation if a company resolves the second/parallel investigation via, for example, a DPA (criterio de oportunidad)?
  • How criminal attorneys are focusing more on anti-corruption compliance to mitigate exposure to the biggest risks

12:30

AUDIENCE POLLING

The 5 Newest Third Party Due Diligence and Audit Challenges – and How to Overcome Them

Alberto Orozco
Partner, Forensic Services
PwC LLP

Karla Medina
Compliance Counsel
Sempra Energy (USA)

  • Transparency of Ownership: Understanding the significance of identifying beneficial ownership structures •• Risks Posed by Unavailability of Information: How to overcome data privacy hurdles when conducting due diligence on an existing or new third party
  • Evaluating risk factors for third party vendors, suppliers, contractors, brokers, intermediaries, agents or partners
  • Positioning due diligence within your business objectives
  • How to develop a business partner code of conduct and determine the optimal frequency of reviewing your existing partnerships
  • Tracking payments: How to avoid being caught up in a potential anti-money laundering scheme
  • What’s next? Is due diligence sufficient and the only step required? How to effectively monitor the compliance performance of your intermediaries

1:15
Networking Lunch
2:15
CEO INTERVIEW

Vladimiro de la Mora
President and CEO Mexico
GE

3:00

AUDIENCE POLLING – WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF…

Securing Business Licenses and Permits from Municipalities: The Finer Points of Interacting with Local Government Officials

Wendy Alcala
Vice President Legal and Compliance
Nestle (Mexico)

Marco Antonio Rivas Gonzalez
General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
Bayer de Mexico

Adriana Peralta R.
Compliance Director & Chief Privacy Officer
El Palacio de Hierro

  • How to interpret the legal framework in which municipalities may issue permits and licenses
  • How to identify fabricated requests and improper solicitation of payments
  • Understanding what licenses, permits, or certifications are legally required and how they differ across municipalities
  • Working with local government during the approval process and inspection visits, and guidance for interacting with different government agencies
  • What supporting documentation should you obtain to minimize the risk of anti-corruption violations and how it differs on the local vs. federal levels?
  • How to tailor your controls and procedures to the risks presented by different municipalities within Mexico
  • When to report potential difficulties related to bribery and when to involve the federal government?

3:45
Coffee & Networking Break
4:00

TECHNOLOGY & DATA ANALYTICS

The Latest Best Practices for Leveraging Technology to Map and Monitor Corruption Risks

Reyna Torrecillas
Executive Compliance Officer – Latin America
General Electric (Latin America)

Efrén Vásquez
Director, Forensics Technology
PwC

4:45

OPEN Q & A PANEL WITH GOVERNMENT ALUMNI

Key Takeaways for Weathering the Transition amid a New Administration

Dante Preisser Rentería
Former Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit
Secretaría de la Función Pública

José Octavio López Presa
National Chairman
Comité de Participación Ciudadana del Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción

  • What is left of AMLO’s primary presidential campaign priority of tackling corruption?
  • How AMLO expects to tackle corruption: Will corruption be tackled “institutionally” and through a structural transformation of the system?
  • The importance and influence of the public/citizens and the Citizenship Committee: Does its voice count as much as it ought to?
  • What remains to be done: Appointment of the independent special anti-corruption prosecutor
  • Status update on the General Law of Administrative Responsibilities (GLAR):
    • The “integrity policy”
    • Credit for self-disclosure in practice
    • Sanctions for companies and individuals
  • Juxtaposing the GLAR with the USDOJ’s sentencing guidelines

5:30
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, March 28, 2019

7:30

NEW

IN-HOUSE COMPLIANCE ROUNDTABLE

Iris E. Bennett
Member
Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC

This unique “boardroom-style” networking and benchmarking session will gather chief compliance officers and legal executives. Designed as exclusive, smaller-group discussions on highly complex challenges, participants benefit from meaningful opportunities to exchange “war stories” and best practices. All interested parties will be pre-qualified before registering for the session.

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8:00
Continental Breakfast
8:30
Conference Co-Chairs’ Remarks
8:35

SPECIAL INTERVIEW

THE ROLE OF THE BOARD IN COMPLIANCE: What Is the Appropriate Level of Involvement in the Company’s Compliance Efforts? What is the Role of the Board and, Especially, of Independent Members in the Case of Investigations and Crises?

Dr. Octavio F. Pastrana
Board Member and Chair of Strategy and Investment Committee
Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)

Dr. Fernando Ruíz S.
Member of the Board of Directors and of the Audit and/or Corporate Practice Committees
Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, Fresnillo PLC, Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua, Grupo Financiero Santander, Grupo Palacio de Hierro, Grupo Pochteca, Kimberly Clark de México, Rassini

Moderator

Carlos Chávez A.
Partner
Galicia Abogados, S.C.

  • How do board members perceive their responsibility and decision making power regarding compliance efforts?
  • How does compliance fit within the board members’ fiduciary duties?
  • How can board members set the “tone-at-the-top” on anti-corruption and other compliance issues?
  • What is the relationship with management and the control officer? What should be the frequency of reporting?
  • Investigations: board members’ role, relationship with outside counsel and stakeholders
  • Decision making: self-reporting, separation of officers, employees and Board members
  • Dialogue with enforcers/regulators
  • Risk of personal liability

9:30
SPECIAL INTERVIEW with the U.S. Department of Justice – FCPA Enforcement in Mexico and the Region: Updates on Revised Policy, Priorities and Close Collaboration with Regional Prosecutors

Christopher J. Cestaro
Assistant Chief, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, FCPA Unit
U.S. Department of Justice

10:15
Coffee & Networking Break
10:45

THE NEXUS BETWEEN ANTI-CORRUPTION AND TRADE

Updating Your Internal Controls, Ethics and Compliance Program in Response to Chapter 27 of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA)

Marcos Mario Czacki Halkin
Head of Compliance
Daimler Financial Services Mexico

Luis Enríquez De Rivera Morales
General Counsel for Mexico and Latin America
Continental Tire Servicios S.A. de C.V

Luis Dantón Martínez Corres
Partner
Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, S.C.

Alfredo Hernandez
Partner, Forensic Services
PwC Mexico

  • How Chapter 27 addresses the fight against corruption and what can realistically be expected
  • Impact of Chapter 27 on the national anti-corruption policies of Mexico, the United States and Canada
  • Which industries (e.g., energy, life sciences) are most likely to be affected by Chapter 27 and how
  • What new anti-corruption obligations companies now face, and how to adapt to new rules and guidelines
  • Will the USMCA lead to closer cooperation, coordination and exchange of information among national and international enforcement agencies?
  • How Chapter 27 defines a “public” official

11:30

ANTI-CORRUPTION & INTERNATIONAL TRADE

AMLO’s Proposal for Public Bidding and Procurement under the Auspices of Citizens and the United Nations – What to Expect?

Dr. Max Kaiser
Former Director de Anticorrupción
Instituto Mexicano para la Competividad (IMCO)

Antonino De Leo
Representative of the Liaison and Partnership Office in Mexico
United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC)

Luis Armando López Linaldi
Partner
Solorzano, Carvajal, Gonzalez y Perez-Correa, S.C.

  • AMLO’s announced review of public contracts awarded during Peña-Nieto’s tenure: How does it help the fight against corruption?
  • The implications for combating bribery by instituting public tenders and consolidated purchases to replace direct awarding of public works contracts
  • Involving citizens and UN observers in public tenders. How will it further the fight against corruption?
  • How to implement a guide for public bidding that teaches your employees to take account of corruption risks
    • How best to respond to specific questions
    • What questions to ask
    • When to stop negotiating
    • When to alert the appropriate authorities

12:15
SPECIAL ADDRESS

Claudio X. González Guajardo
President
Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad, MCCI

1:00
Networking Lunch
2:00

JOINT VENTURES

How to Address New Operational Hurdles Affecting Your Anti-Corruption Compliance Efforts with Various Business Partners, Including State-Owned Entities

Salvador Beltran Del-Rio
External and Government Affairs
Sierra Oil and Gas

Deborah Huston
Vice President and Deputy General Counsel
Talos Energy LLC

Homero C. González
Managing Counsel
BHP México

Rogelio López Velarde
Partner
Lopez Velarde Heftye y Soria

The “ramp-up” phase of Mexico’s landmark energy reform is over. As the “operational” phase begins, multinationals are re-examining their safeguards against the biggest corruption risks involved in a joint venture, the most common business partnership arrangement in Mexico’s energy sector. This panel will shed light on the greatest pitfalls and missteps by way of practical, real-life examples and hypotheticals.

 

  • The “new” PEMEX and CFE (Comisión Federal de Electricidad): Priorities of the new government
  • Dealing with joint operating agreements and multiple JV partners with different understandings of compliance and cultures
  • Do compliance responsibilities and requirements vary between operating and non-operating partners?
  • What to make of AMLO’s announcement to audit the process of awarding concessions

2:45

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND ANTI-CORRUPTION

How Mexican Industry is Fighting Corruption by Instituting Integrity and Transparency in the Financial Sector: Practical Guidance for Stakeholder

Luis Urrutia Corral
General Counsel
Banco de México

Juan Salvador Nito Irigoyen
Legal and Compliance Senior Manager
Vanguard

Eduardo Ápaez Davila
Counsel
Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C

This panel with experts from the financial sector will provide practical, real life illustrations of the intersection of money laundering and corruption. Concretely, it will describe:

 

  • How money is flowing through the financial system
  • How funds are being transferred illegally
  • The use of on- and offshore shell corporations and other moneylaundering fronts
  • Typologies of corruption and embezzlement
  • Measures to improve AML mechanisms to mitigate bribery

3:45
Networking Break
4:00

AUDIENCE POLLING

High-Stakes M&A Risks and How to Overcome Them: The Unwritten Lessons for Minimizing Risks at the Pre- and Post-Acquisition Stages

Carlos Landazabal Angeli
General Counsel Andean, Central America & Caribbean
GE (Peru)

Ignacio Gabriel Stepancic
Compliance Director
Grupo Bimbo

Sergio Eduardo Huacuja Betancourt
Founder and Partner-in-Charge Huacuja Betancourt and Haw Mayer Abogados (Mexico)
(Coordinator of the Anti-Corruption Commission, Mexican Bar Association)

  • How to review programs and address gaps, training, audit process, speak-up culture and whistleblowing, etc.
  • How to analyze the impact of the deal on FCPA risks for both parties
  • Determining yours and your client’s risk tolerance at the due diligence stage: Deciding how far to go in conducting due diligence during the pre-transaction stage
  • Pre- vs. post-transaction due diligence

4:45
Conference Concludes

INTERNATIONAL – Workshop A – A Complete Refresher on the Biggest Anti-Corruption Cases Affecting Industry in Mexico: Key Takeaways to Optimize Your Global Compliance Program

Mar 26, 2019 9:00am - 12:30pm

$600

Speakers

Guillermo Larrea
Of Counsel
Jones Day (Mexico)

Camila von Ancken
Regional Compliance Counsel (LATAM)
Google

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 8:30)

 

Led by senior in-house experts in the anti-corruption compliance and investigations fields, this highly practical working group offers a unique opportunity for you and your team to ensure that you are fully up-tospeed on the most significant (local and international) corruption cases and compliance lessons learned for your operations in Mexico. Take advantage of this unique, smaller-group setting to have your specific questions answered and benchmark with peers. Topics will include:

 

  • With a new president taking office in December, will Mexico’s National Anti-Corruption System finally begin to bite?
  • Recent international cases impacting the future of enforcement and settlements, including Petrobras, SQM, LATAM, Oceanografia, Graña y Montero, Braskem
  • The “anatomy” of a bribe: What has triggered suspicion and a government investigation in various jurisdictions
  • What the conduct at issue in these cases reveal about common corruption risks in the region
  • Compliance lessons to draw from the resolutions
  • The relevance of new anti-corruption compliance standards that Latin American governments are promulgating
  • US v. Hoskins — Will the reach of US enforcers to pursue foreign individuals be affected, perhaps even curbed?
  • A deep dive into key investigations and settlements, and what they reveal about the expectations of different national enforcement agencies (incl. USDOJ and SEC)
  • Trends in settlements, including penalty structures and remediation requirements
  • Industries that are increasingly under the microscope in recent memory
  • A review of the first examples of the DOJ’s avoidance of “piling on” (Ensco, ING) and the impact on your anti-corruption compliance strategy
  • Which circumstances have led to declinations, DPAs and NPAs
  • Insights on USDOJ and SEC coordination with foreign enforcement agencies
  • Lessons learned for mitigating enforcement risks and interfacing with the agencies
  • A close look at current investigations and emerging enforcement trends •• Argentina’s “notebook case” — a new Lava Jato? How do new bribery laws in Peru and Argentina alter existing risks?
  • In the present era characterized by a “new openness” and #MeToo (and a recent, $54 million SEC whistleblower award), how can companies best handle increased reporting and foster more collaboration across departments?

INTERNATIONAL – Workshop B – Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: How Companies are Upgrading Internal Controls, Policies, Procedures and Third Party Monitoring

Mar 26, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

$600

Speakers

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Roberto Hernandez
Managing Partner
COMAD, S.C.

Angélica Morales Quezada
Corporate Manager of Audit, Risks and Compliance
Hoteles Misión

Special Participation of:

Dante Preisser Rentería
Former Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit
Secretaría de la Función Pública

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 13:00)

 

Benefit from a unique opportunity for enhanced, smaller group networking and benchmarking on high stakes compliance challenges. The workshop facilitators will lead a “closed-door,” candid conversation in an informal and
highly practical format toward sharing best practices including:

 

  • The evolving compliance function and individual liability risks: Crossindustry perspectives on the roles, responsibilities and requirements for success on the job
  • Resource allocation & your budget: How to implement a “defendable,” right-sized anti-corruption compliance program
  • Third party audit and monitoring pitfalls: The latest approaches to addressing “on the ground” obstacles
  • Unique considerations for high risk jurisdictions: Tailoring each component of your global anti-corruption compliance program to the realities of different markets
  • Hypothetical scenarios – Gifts, travel, entertainment & hospitality: What to do when local customs conflict with legislative anti-corruption compliance requirements
  • Data privacy and anti-corruption compliance: Managing the impact of foreign privacy laws on program implementation and third party screening
  • Corporate culture and compliance awareness: What is now required for effective training and communications
  • Global compliance reviews: How to do a complete “scrub” of your anticorruption compliance program to identify weak spots before it is too late

LOCAL – Workshop A – A Complete Refresher on the Biggest Anti-Corruption Cases Affecting Industry in Mexico: Key Takeaways to Optimize Your Global Compliance Program

Mar 26, 2019 9:00am - 12:30pm

$400

Speakers

Guillermo Larrea
Of Counsel
Jones Day (Mexico)

Camila von Ancken
Regional Compliance Counsel (LATAM)
Google

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 8:30)

 

Led by senior in-house experts in the anti-corruption compliance and investigations fields, this highly practical working group offers a unique opportunity for you and your team to ensure that you are fully up-tospeed on the most significant (local and international) corruption cases and compliance lessons learned for your operations in Mexico. Take advantage of this unique, smaller-group setting to have your specific questions answered and benchmark with peers. Topics will include:

 

  • With a new president taking office in December, will Mexico’s National Anti-Corruption System finally begin to bite?
  • Recent international cases impacting the future of enforcement and settlements, including Petrobras, SQM, LATAM, Oceanografia, Graña y Montero, Braskem
  • The “anatomy” of a bribe: What has triggered suspicion and a government investigation in various jurisdictions
  • What the conduct at issue in these cases reveal about common corruption risks in the region
  • Compliance lessons to draw from the resolutions
  • The relevance of new anti-corruption compliance standards that Latin American governments are promulgating
  • US v. Hoskins — Will the reach of US enforcers to pursue foreign individuals be affected, perhaps even curbed?
  • A deep dive into key investigations and settlements, and what they reveal about the expectations of different national enforcement agencies (incl. USDOJ and SEC)
  • Trends in settlements, including penalty structures and remediation requirements
  • Industries that are increasingly under the microscope in recent memory
  • A review of the first examples of the DOJ’s avoidance of “piling on” (Ensco, ING) and the impact on your anti-corruption compliance strategy
  • Which circumstances have led to declinations, DPAs and NPAs
  • Insights on USDOJ and SEC coordination with foreign enforcement agencies
  • Lessons learned for mitigating enforcement risks and interfacing with the agencies
  • A close look at current investigations and emerging enforcement trends •• Argentina’s “notebook case” — a new Lava Jato? How do new bribery laws in Peru and Argentina alter existing risks?
  • In the present era characterized by a “new openness” and #MeToo (and a recent, $54 million SEC whistleblower award), how can companies best handle increased reporting and foster more collaboration across departments?

LOCAL – Workshop B – Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: How Companies are Upgrading Internal Controls, Policies, Procedures and Third Party Monitoring

Mar 26, 2019 1:30pm - 5:00pm

$400

Speakers

Tania Decanini
General Counsel and Compliance Officer
Tresalia Capital S.A. de C.V.

Roberto Hernandez
Managing Partner
COMAD, S.C.

Angélica Morales Quezada
Corporate Manager of Audit, Risks and Compliance
Hoteles Misión

Special Participation of:

Dante Preisser Rentería
Former Head of the Anti-Corruption Unit
Secretaría de la Función Pública

What is it about?

(Registration begins at 13:00)

 

Benefit from a unique opportunity for enhanced, smaller group networking and benchmarking on high stakes compliance challenges. The workshop facilitators will lead a “closed-door,” candid conversation in an informal and
highly practical format toward sharing best practices including:

 

  • The evolving compliance function and individual liability risks: Crossindustry perspectives on the roles, responsibilities and requirements for success on the job
  • Resource allocation & your budget: How to implement a “defendable,” right-sized anti-corruption compliance program
  • Third party audit and monitoring pitfalls: The latest approaches to addressing “on the ground” obstacles
  • Unique considerations for high risk jurisdictions: Tailoring each component of your global anti-corruption compliance program to the realities of different markets
  • Hypothetical scenarios – Gifts, travel, entertainment & hospitality: What to do when local customs conflict with legislative anti-corruption compliance requirements
  • Data privacy and anti-corruption compliance: Managing the impact of foreign privacy laws on program implementation and third party screening
  • Corporate culture and compliance awareness: What is now required for effective training and communications
  • Global compliance reviews: How to do a complete “scrub” of your anticorruption compliance program to identify weak spots before it is too late