No organisation can allow itself to underestimate the importance of conducting an extensive compliance risk assessment, establishing an effective compliance programme, training employees, and always keeping a high level of monitoring. Regulators and prosecutors worldwide including Scandinavia are very eager to ensure that compliance is maintained and are ready to crack down on any potential violations or suspicions of violations.
Now in its 2nd successful year, the 2015 agenda offers best practices in managing complex bribery risks, benchmarking opportunities on how to respond effectively when problems are identified, how to monitor the implementation effective compliance programme, whilst remaining competitive in domestic and overseas markets.
Topics to cover, include:
Keynote address by the UK Serious Fraud office on the current bribery and anti-corruption landscape
The Scandinavian enforcement agencies roundtable discussion on enforcement priorities
Monitoring your third party relationships for corruption risks whilst operating in high risk markets
Responding to tangible and practical gift and hospitality pitfalls
Supervisory Special Agent and Acting Unit Chief, International Corruption Unit Federal Bureau of Investigation (USA), Jonathan Middup Partner Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services EY (UK), Philippe OBIANG, (CAMS®) Head of Compliance Ecobank (Cameroon), Stephanos Orestis Legal Counsel and International Development and Production Compliance Officer Statoil ASA (Norway), Camilla Orko Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Nokia (Finland), Joachim Pikwer Deputy General Counsel NCC Construction Sverige AB (Sweden), Anna Romberg Group Anti-Corruption Program Lead – Region Eurasia Ethics and Compliance Officer TeliaSonera (Sweden), Hanne Sønderland Integrity Due Diligence Manager – QRC Dept Aibel AS (Norway)
Time: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm