The Essential Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Event for Global Corporations Seeking to Remain Compliant with the Ever Changing International Anti-Corruption & Anti-Bribery Landscape.
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Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Michael Diamant, Partner
Bass, Berry & Sims
John Kelly, Managing Partner
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Keith Darcy, Senior Advisor
Julie Moriarty, General Manager, Training and Communications Strategy
Steven Fox, Chief Executive Officer
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
Benjamin Gruenstein, Partner
Therese Lee, Global Ethics and Compliance Counsel
U.S. Department of Justice
Jeffrey H. Knox, Chief Fraud Section, Criminal Division
NBCUniversal Media LLC
Lisa Stewart Hughes, Vice President & Deputy Chief Compliance Officer
Bruno Grandguillotte, VP, Chief Compliance Officer
Fox Networks Group
Brian R. Michael, Vice President & Deputy General Counsel,Group Chief Compliance Officer
Stuart Pierson, Counsel
Eunice Lee, Vice President, Global Anti-Corruption
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Kelly Austin, Partner
Winston & Strawn
Justin McClelland, Partner
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
Thad McBride, Partner
Miller & Chevalier
David Resnicoff, Partner
Eddie Cogan, CEO and founder
European Investment Bank
Luigi LaMarca, Policy Advisor/Inspectorate General
Greg Dickinson, Chief Executive Officer
Steven G. Gyeszly, Senior Counsel and Global Program Director
Nathaniel Edmonds, Partner
TRACE International, Inc.
Eileen Radford, Director, Advisory Services
William B. Jacobson, Senior VP, Co-General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer
Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal
Pedro Serrano Espelta, Partner
Baker & McKenzie LLP
Reagan Demas, Partner
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
John D. Buretta, Partner
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Michele Cross, Principal
The World Bank
Pascale Helene Dubois, Suspension and Debarment Officer
U.S. Department of Justice
Mythili Raman, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division
Inter-American Development Bank
Juan Ronderos, Sanctions Case Officer
Gwen Romack, Ethics, Anti-Corruption & U.S. PS Compliance Director, Ethics & Compliance Office, Office of the General Counsel
“By the end of the fiscal year, the agency obtained total penalties and disgorgements of $3.4 billion, an increase from the $3.1 billion awarded the year before.” Securities and Exchange Commission, 2013 Agency Financial Report
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The recommended subject areas for this program are: Business Law, Business Law Management, Behavioral Ethics, Communications and Regulatory Ethics. Recommended CPE credits: 11. There are no prerequisites for this course and advance preparation is not required. The program level for this event is overview. This program is a Group/Live Offering.
Momentum is proud to announce the addition of a brand new “spotlight” session at the 2nd Annual Global Anti-Corruption Congress taking place on March 20-21 in Washington, DC entitled, “The Iraqi Reconstruction Experience – Firsthand Insights on Battling Corruption in a High Risk Jurisdiction” presented by Mr. Stuart Bowen, Senior Advisor at the Center of Strategic and International Studies and Former Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (January 2004-October 2013).
During this special address hear from Mr. Bowen as he shares a behind the scenes look at corruption in Iraq and provides an on-the-ground account of what lessons the anti-corruption community can learn for stemming bribery and promoting compliance in an evolving, high risk market.
Prior to serving as the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, Mr. Bowen worked at the White House as Deputy Assistant to the President and Special Assistant to the President and Associate Counsel from 2001-2003.
In addition, join leading compliance officers and anti-corruption experts as they share best-in-class strategies for tightening your existing controls and ensuring your operations and procedures are prepared for increased government scrutiny. Explore the viable action plans top companies have launched to ensure compliance both in the US and overseas and uncover invaluable tools and resources for strengthening your current anti-corruption practices to exceed DoJ and SEC expectations.
Experience what so many of your peers have already found to be the most valuable, interactive and richest learning event focused specifically on addressing FCPA compliance issues as you benefit from increased one-on-one networking during new interactive working group and roundtable discussions on:
- Next Level Anti-Corruption Compliance and Bribery Prevention Strategies for Multi-National Companies
- Expert Strategies and Practical Tips for Designing and Testing a Successful Global Compliance Program
- Effectively Communicating with your Board: Perspectives from the Board and General Counsel for Improving Relations and Strengthening Compliance Practices
- Testing Your Corporate Gifts, Entertainment and Hospitality IQ
- Real Life Lessons Learned for Overcoming Key Third Party Challenges in High Risk Jurisdictions
- Advanced Compliance Strategies for Keeping Pace with New and Emerging Corruption and Bribery Legislation in Asia, Africa and South America
New to the Program and by popular demand – take part in a 90 minute mock scenario—FCPA Compliance Health Check and brainstorm with your in-house peers as you sit around the table and explore how to effectively issue spot potential points for FCPA enforcement exposure in your company’s current compliance program.
Sit side by side with those who are shaping the next level of anti-corruption compliance best practices as you hear from senior legal counsel and compliance officers from such industry-leading companies as HP, NBC Universal Media, Fox Networks Group, Ingram Micro, American Express, Weatherford, Pfizer, FedEx, Academi, Marathon Oil, AECOM and many others.
Reserve your space and be a part of the one anti-corruption compliance event where every attendee has the opportunity to speak one-on-one with your fellow peers and gain best practices for how to ensure your company remains one step ahead of becoming the next big enforcement headline.
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