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Webcast forum

Annual Conference Highlights 2018

July 26, 2018, 9:30am EDT

CPE Credit(s): 6

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Did you miss Compliance Week 2018? This Webcast forum will showcase highlights from the conference including best practices around building a compliance, risk, or audit function that adds strategic value to your company.

 

9:30am – 10:30am ET  Justice Department Views on Corporate Accountability (Plenary Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit | In this keynote presentation, hear from the Deputy Attorney General on the views of the U.S. Department of Justice on corporate and individual accountability, importance of corporate compliance programs, and cooperation with government investigations.

Speaker: Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General - U.S. Department of Justice

Moderator: Steve Cohen, Former Associate Director, Division of Enforcement - U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

 

10:45am – 11:45am ET  Volkswagen: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward (Plenary Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit | The Volkswagen Group is in the midst of the biggest transformation in its history, driven by the changes shaping the future of mobility and its response to the company's diesel emissions crisis. In this intimate conversation a board-level executive will share how Volkswagen is strengthening accountability and transparency to support its future success, as well as implementing new programs to create a speak-up culture inside an organization with more than 600,000 employees worldwide.

Speaker: Hiltrud Werner, Member of the Board of Management for Integrity and Legal Affairs - Volkswagen Group

 

12pm – 1pm ET  How Connected Data is Transforming Risk Management (Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit | The breadth of internal and external data available to inform risk decision making can be overwhelming. The rapid evolution of technology in the areas of machine learning and deep analytics holds tremendous promise, but are companies ready to manage the massive amounts of data and information that are created? In this session, the speakers will explore the challenges – and possibilities – of monitoring critical and emerging risks through technology and data analysis.

Speakers: Jennifer Gilhool, Senior Director, Compliance and Ethics - ON Semiconductor Corporation

Gwendolyn Hassan, Managing Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics - CNH Industrial

Eric Parker, Director - KPMG

Moderator: Russell Stohr, Director Market Development - Thomson Reuters

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1:15pm – 2:15pm ET  The Compliance Data Machine (Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit | Many compliance officers analyze data from their programs (including helpline reports and training platforms) to create predictive analytics and dashboards. This big data analysis not only helps compliance leaders make better decisions, but can also provide value to business leaders for mergers and acquisitions, expansion, and risk decisions. This session will explore how compliance teams can move from just having data to processing, synthesizing, and leveraging it across the enterprise to mitigate risk and demonstrate compliance’s value proposition.

Speakers: Christopher Annand, Director, Global Ethics & Compliance - Cargill

Susan Castaneda, Compliance Officer, Enterprise Compliance Programs - The Hartford

Ilona Niemi, VP, Compliance Officer - Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Canadian Branch)

Moderator: Neha Gupta, Chief Executive - True Office Learning

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2:30pm – 3:30pm ET  Managing Conflicts Through Disclosure (Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit | Every organization has to manage real or potential conflicts of interest, including personal relationships between employees, business with relatives, and outside interests. In this session we’ll look at how both technology and clear processes can enable greater visibility into potential conflicts, raise awareness across the organization, and allow for standardization of responses. Discussion will also include conflicts that have higher potential for risk including those involving senior leadership and key functions such as procurement and sales.

Speakers: Fernanda Beraldi, Senior Director, Ethics & Compliance, Cummins Inc.

David Bunker, Compliance Officer, Vulcan Inc

Moderators: Katie Smith, EVP, Chief Compliance Officer - Convercent

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3:45pm – 4:45pm ET  Ethics & Compliance and the Board of Directors (Plenary Session Rebroadcast)

Earn 1 CPE Credit |  Major corporate scandals inevitably raise questions of whether the board of directors might have been lax in their fiduciary and oversight responsibilities. But the board depends on advisors – including the ethics and compliance team – to raise potential issues before they escalate. Hear from directors on how compliance officers can clearly and effectively communicate the issues that keep them up at night, the difference between effective and non-effective board communications, and the role of compliance in raising awareness of potential ethical and legal risks.

Speakers: Jewell D. Hoover, Member, Board of Directors - AARP

Michael Pocalyko, CEO - SI

Jacqueline Rice, Member, Board of Directors - ADTRAN

Moderator: Carmen Middleton, Founder & President - Common Table Consulting