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SUNDAY | Pre-Conference



P1: Compliance 101

  • Understand the infrastructure requirements for an effective compliance program
  • Discussion of practical application in implementing the elements of a compliance program
  • Have the opportunity to practice concepts discussed during the sessions
Debbie Troklus, Managing Director, Aegis Compliance & Ethics Center LLP

Sheryl Vacca, SVP/Chief Compliance & Audit Officer, University of California

P2: What Would You Do? A Comparative Cultural Analysis of Common Compliance Scenarios

  • An interactive conversation of ten difficult scenarios commonly encountered by compliance officers.
  • Recommended resolutions previously solicited from peers in both the US and Europe will be discussed and compared.
  • Scenarios will be broadly inclusive with situations and topics familiar to those new to a position as well as those who have extensive experience.

Samantha Kelen, Lead Ethics Analyst, Duke Energy

Andrijana Bergant, Director, Business Compliance and Integrity Advisory, INETICO

P3: Corporate Responsibility and Liability: A Global Perspective; U.S., UK and EU

  • Responsibility and liability for global organizations in the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.
  • Cooperation with government investigations; what it means and where.
  • Government enforcement and oversight and employee rights and obligations in global organizations.

Gabriel L. Imperato, Managing Partner, Broad and Cassel 



15:00 – 15:15

P4: Organisational Ethics: Making the Intangible Tangible

  • This session will focus on ethics and culture, recognizing the difference between ethics and compliance.  Standards for compliance programs acknowledge the importance of an ethical culture, but what is it?
  • This will be an interactive session covering values-based leadership, ethical decision-making, and practical tips for joining the dots to assess culture in your organization. How do we create and nurture an ethical culture?
  • What are the factors that drive the way we do things here?  And how do we know if we have an ethical culture?

Sally March, Director, Drummond March & Co.

Jane L. Mitchell, Director, JL&M

P5: What Will Your Employees Say?: The Importance of Cultural Assessments

  • Why a Cultural Assessment? One of the first things government agencies do after targeting an organization is to survey its employees. You need to know what your employees will tell the government before it happens.
  • How are they used? Government agents and lawyers will interview your employees to get an idea of your culture. Does senior management really practice what it preaches? Do they have integrity? Do they behave ethically?
  • How can you use your assessment to take corrective action. Is it too late? Are your employees going to help or hurt you?
Art Weiss, Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, TAMKO Building Products

P6: How to Keep Your Ethics Program Fresh

  • Share best practices for turning real-life investigations into engaging training and communication for your workforce.
  • Learn how to utilize your workforce (wherever they might be in the world) to develop relevant and accessible materials.
  • We'll also cover the logistics - i.e., how to find new ideas, when to refresh, and who to involve.
Rielle Miller Gabriel, Ethics Officer & Manager, International Ethics Operations, Lockheed Martin

Steven Pegg, Senior Ethics Officer, Lockheed Martin Intl – Europe, Middle East & Africa