Day 1 - Wednesday, June 21, 2017

8:30
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
8:45
FCPA ENFORCEMENT UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
INTERVIEW WITH THE DOJ and SEC
Status Report on the Yates Memo, Cooperation Credit and the Weight Given to ISO 37001 Certification
9:45
The Ripple Effects of Lava Jato “Operation Car Wash” and Other High Profile Investigations:
Re-Evaluating Your Exposure in Brazil and the Collateral Risks across Latin America
10:45
Networking Break
11:00
When an Investigation Can Lead to Terminating Your Vendor: What to Do Upon Suspecting that a Third Party is Implicated in Lava Jato and Other Recent Scandals
12:00
Networking Luncheon
1:15
Real-World Case Studies on U.S. and Latin America: Dissecting The Most Recent Complex, Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement Actions and Lessons for Investigations, Compliance and Third Party Management
2:15
Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: Program Implementation Best Practices
3:45
Networking Break
4:00
Anti-Bribery Enforcement in the UK: Key SFO Developments and Trends Affecting Industry Compliance and Penalty Risks Moving Forward
4:45
Roundtable Discussion: Anti-Corruption, AML and Asset Tracing One Year Post-“Panama Papers”
5:45
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, June 22, 2017

8:30
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
8:35
Data Analytics and Metrics in Practice: How to Leverage “Big Data” to Strengthen Your Global Compliance and Third Party Management Program
9:45
HYPOTHETICAL EXERCISES – WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF…
Third Party Anti-Corruption Audit “War Stories”:
Industry Experts Reveal How They Have Detected “Red Flags”, Analyzed Risk and Dealt with a Lack of Cooperation
10:45
Networking Break
11:00
Mexico: Status and Impact of El Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción: How Companies are Preparing and Updating Their Business and Compliance Practices
11:45
Transaction Testing for Compliance Sensitive Areas: Proven Best Practices for Detecting Weaknesses, and Strengthening Approvals Processes, Upfront and Back-End Controls
12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
Expanding Your Business in Latin America: Tailoring Your Operations, Business Development, Sales, Accounting and Anti-Corruption Compliance Practices to the Unique Jurisdictional Contexts
3:00
Cross-Departmental Cooperation and Employee Training: Minimizing AC Risks at the Corporate and Field Levels – Concrete Examples of Legal, Compliance and Audit Department Cooperation and Training Initiatives
4:00
Conference Concludes

Day 1 - Wednesday, June 21, 2017

8:30
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs

Co-Chairs

Rob Sacasa
SVP & Chief Compliance Officer
General Cable

Alison Tanchyk
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

8:45
FCPA ENFORCEMENT UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION
INTERVIEW WITH THE DOJ and SEC
Status Report on the Yates Memo, Cooperation Credit and the Weight Given to ISO 37001 Certification

Glenn Gordon
Associate Regional Director
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Agenda

At this opening session, benefit from an opportunity to hear first-hand government updates on FCPA enforcement and cooperation. Get up-to-speed on key developments and priorities moving forward. Audience members are also encouraged to bring their questions.

9:45
The Ripple Effects of Lava Jato “Operation Car Wash” and Other High Profile Investigations:
Re-Evaluating Your Exposure in Brazil and the Collateral Risks across Latin America

Rob Sacasa
SVP & Chief Compliance Officer
General Cable

Carlos Ayres

Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados (Brazil)

Joan Meyer
Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP

  • The most critical risk factors keeping industry up at night
  • Lessons learned from the investigations to date and
  • How to leverage recent lessons and settlements to better evaluate and mitigate risk moving forward
  • The impact of Lava Jato outside of Brazil
  • Key anti-corruption efforts by other governments in the region

10:45
Networking Break
11:00
When an Investigation Can Lead to Terminating Your Vendor: What to Do Upon Suspecting that a Third Party is Implicated in Lava Jato and Other Recent Scandals

Adam Falkowitz
Deputy General Counsel
Olympus Corporation of the Americas

Jose Martin
Of Counsel
Squire Patton Boggs

Veronique Lanthier
Senior Counsel
Marriott International

Alison Tanchyk
Partner
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

  • What to do if an agent, intermediary or distributor is under investigation by a Brazilian and/or non-Brazilian enforcement authority or has been named by a cooperating witness
  • When you should terminate the relationship and/or turn to law enforcement
  • Strengthening your due diligence and monitoring processes
  • Lessons on how to better detect “red flags” before and during the relationship

12:00
Networking Luncheon
1:15
Real-World Case Studies on U.S. and Latin America: Dissecting The Most Recent Complex, Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement Actions and Lessons for Investigations, Compliance and Third Party Management

Vanessa Salinas Beckstrom
Forensic Services Director
PwC

Matthew Feeley
Shareholder
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney

Jacqueline Becerra
Shareholder
Greenberg Traurig LLP

At this practical session, expert faculty members will delve into the complexities of key enforcement matters toward imparting real-life lessons for industry moving forward. Gain helpful insights on the ins and outs of significant cases, and how to leverage the lessons learned to better enhance your compliance status moving forward.

2:15
Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking: Program Implementation Best Practices

Steve List
General Counsel, Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer
APR Energy

Julia Mold
VP Regional Senior Compliance Officer, Global Financial Institutions Compliance & Risk
Wells Fargo Bank

Aleksandra Cuprys
Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, Compliance
Univision Communications Inc.

Sandra Parrado
Partner
PwC

Andrés Cedron
Senior Legal Counsel and Senior Director of Compliance
Stryker

Agenda

The US DOJ’s Fraud Section released the new “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” document. Based on the core elements for compliance outlined therein, this practical session will allow participants to benchmark the compliance practices that are currently under the microscope. Topics will include:

  • Incorporating your compliance program into your organization’s overall business strategy
  • Key compliance program elements under the microscope and how to strengthen your program
  • Requirements and expectations for:
    • the compliance function
    • empowerment
    •  independence
    •  a seat at the table
    •  line-of-sight
    •  resources
    • reporting
    • involvement of senior management
    • compliance subject-matter expertise

3:45
Networking Break
4:00
Anti-Bribery Enforcement in the UK: Key SFO Developments and Trends Affecting Industry Compliance and Penalty Risks Moving Forward

Stephen Gentle
Partner
Simmons & Simmons (London, UK)

  • The top 3 biggest risk factors to watch out for moving forward
  • Recent enforcement matters and their significance for industry in and out of the UK
  • Key developments impacting SFO investigations and priorities
  • How multinationals are updating their programs to mitigate UK-specific risk factors

4:45
Roundtable Discussion: Anti-Corruption, AML and Asset Tracing One Year Post-“Panama Papers”

Fernando Herrera
Vice President & Senior Manager – Specialized Compliance
HSBC Bank USA, N.A.

Fernando Herrera
VP & Senior Manager – Specialized Compliance
HSBC Bank USA

Michael D. Padula
Of Counsel
Carlton Fields

At this closing, first day session, gain valuable perspectives on the how to manage the intersection of ABAC, AML and asset tracing in the wake of “Panama Papers”. Designed as an interactive discussion, the expert speakers will provide strategic insights and concrete examples of how to dovetail critical subject-matter areas and strengthen their overall risk management

5:45
Conference Adjourns

Day 2 - Thursday, June 22, 2017

8:30
Opening Remarks from the Co-Chairs
8:35
Data Analytics and Metrics in Practice: How to Leverage “Big Data” to Strengthen Your Global Compliance and Third Party Management Program

Christian Perez Font
Chief Compliance Officer
OPKO Health

Justin Offen
Principal – Forensic Technology
PwC

The U.S. Department of Justice’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” has put the spotlight on the importance of data analytics and metrics to measure the effectiveness of your compliance program. This session will provide real-life industry perspectives on how to leverage data analytics for effective decision-making on resource allocation and compliance improvements.

  • Automated controls that companies are putting in place to flag suspicious payments
  • What a “dashboard” looks like in practice
  • When to still use a manual review and approval process
  • How to define the scope of data, key interest areas and tests needed for your specific corruption risk
  • How to ensure your data mining and collection procedures continuously evolve to best fit your analytical needs

9:45
HYPOTHETICAL EXERCISES – WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF…
Third Party Anti-Corruption Audit “War Stories”:
Industry Experts Reveal How They Have Detected “Red Flags”, Analyzed Risk and Dealt with a Lack of Cooperation

Sarah Foley
Global Program Manager, Global Ethics & Compliance
The Hershey Company

Felipe Maldonado Garcia
Compliance & Ethics Director
Oracle

At this interactive session, industry experts with extensive third party audit experience will discuss the biggest lessons learned when preparing for and conducting a third party audit. Through anecdotal insights, they will focus on the real-life challenges and how they addressed them. This session is specifically designed to foster audience participation, so please bring your questions!

10:45
Networking Break
11:00
Mexico: Status and Impact of El Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción: How Companies are Preparing and Updating Their Business and Compliance Practices

Diego Sierra
Partner
Von Wobeser y Sierra (Mexico)

  • Update on the implementation of the seven pillars of the new anti-corruption system
  • How the new law will be enforced (Fiscalía Anticorrupción)
  • Status of the implementation of the Plataforma Digital Nacional?
  • The role and authority of the Fiscalía General de la Nación
  • Enforcement from government officials to bribe payers under the Ley General de Responsabilidades Administrativas

11:45
Transaction Testing for Compliance Sensitive Areas: Proven Best Practices for Detecting Weaknesses, and Strengthening Approvals Processes, Upfront and Back-End Controls

Gloria Salcedo Padula
Regional (Local) Compliance Officer – Americas
LafargeHolcim

Michael Garcia
Michael Garcia Partner
White & Case LLP

  • How to better detect compliance weak spots and strengthen internal controls
  • Identifying red flags and systematic patterns of bribery in your books and records
  • Investigating and tracking complex, multijurisdictional corruption schemes, and whether or not your internal controls adequately address risk

12:45
Networking Luncheon
2:00
Expanding Your Business in Latin America: Tailoring Your Operations, Business Development, Sales, Accounting and Anti-Corruption Compliance Practices to the Unique Jurisdictional Contexts

Sonia Zeledon
Regional Counsel – Americas ECI
Nokia

Felipe Maldonado Garcia
Compliance & Ethics Director
Oracle

Joseph J. Mamounas
Partner
Holland & Knight LLP

With a myriad of high profile developments and challenging compliance realities on the ground, benefit from practical insights on how to mitigate the evolving risks of expanding and operating effectively in key markets. The speakers will focus on best practices for dovetailing all aspects of your business toward sustaining a culture of compliance.

3:00
Cross-Departmental Cooperation and Employee Training: Minimizing AC Risks at the Corporate and Field Levels – Concrete Examples of Legal, Compliance and Audit Department Cooperation and Training Initiatives

Steve List
General Counsel, Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer
APR Energy

Sarah Foley
Global Program Manager, Global Ethics & Compliance
The Hershey Company

Rob Sacasa
SVP & Chief Compliance Officer
General Cable

Led by the Conference Co-Chairs, faculty members will discuss how to overcome the challenges to implementing meaningful, successful training initiatives. Speakers will discuss concrete examples of do’s and don’ts to consider as you update your corporate and filed-level training across departments. Topics will include:

  • The pros and cons of online vs. in-person training
  • Overcoming translation challenges, language and cultural differences
  • How to measure the effectiveness of a training program and monitor employee engagement

4:00
Conference Concludes