November 12-13, 2020 | Virtual Event

AGENDA

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

45mins

Government Enforcement Roundtable: Priorities, Trends and Considerations for Building a Best In Class Compliance Program for 2021 and Beyond

  • Adam Butschek, Compliance Specialist, Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance, U.S. Department of State
  • Lorinda Laryea, Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Department of Justice.
  • Daniel Dodds, Enforcement Officer, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • Robert I. Dodge, Assistant Director, FCPA Unit, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
David Stuart, Partner, Cravath

Join key Government agencies representing the range of anti-corruption/anti-bribery, export controls, international trade and sanctions regulation and enforcement. Take note as the panel shares insights on current enforcement targets and priorities, discusses common compliance loopholes and shares perspectives on how companies can achieve best in class compliance.

45mins

Third Party Due Diligence Checklist: The Chief Compliance Officers’ Guide for Establishing Effective Vetting and Screening Processes and Procedures

  • Randi Roberts, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Compliance, PVH
In Conversation With:
  • Pia Vining, Senior Director, Due Diligence, Trace International
  Join Chief Compliance Officers as they participate in a practical and engaging discussion on best practices for evaluating potential third parties and partners. Including tips and tricks for successfully:
  • Identifying specific risk exposure presented by various types and levels of third parties
  • Managing unique vetting and screening challenges presented by specific jurisdictions
  • Discerning red and green flags when conducting background checks
  • Updating your vetting and screening process based on the growing and changing needs of your business
  • Vetting and screening state-owned entities
  • Establishing a process to verify third party compliance with your corporate compliance program

45mins

Lunch Break

45mins

CFIUS 2020: Navigating the New Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) Regulations to Implement the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA)

  • Alicia Novak, Vice President, Compliance and Risk, F-Prime Capital Partners
  • Scott Baucum, Vice President, U.S. Special Compliance & Asset Protection, Bayer
  • Michael Stransky, Senior Manager for Foreign Affairs, Government Affairs and Policy Officer, General Electric
The final CFIUS regulations are anticipated to go into effect by February 2020. Join panelists as they explore:
  • An overview of the new proposed regulations
  • Broadened jurisdiction- who falls within the scope of the new regulations?
  • Part 800- covered control transactions and covered investments
  • Part 802- covered real estate transactions
  • Key considerations for U.S. businesses and foreign investors

45mins

Data Driven Risk Assessments- Empowering Compliance with Analytics

  • Julia P. Sorrentino, Senior Counsel & Director, Corporate Global Trade, Raytheon Technologies
Is your compliance program effectively and strategically taking advantage of data? Listen and learn as panelists share the ways in which data and analytics is transforming organizations’ risk profiles, including discussion on:
  • How data- driven risk assessments are working to reduce corporate liability
  • Using predictive and behavioral analytics to spot non-compliance and fraud
  • Emerging technology and the growing role of Artificial Intelligence
  • Satisfying Government compliance expectations with data analytics

45mins

End of Day 1

45mins

Chair’s Opening Remarks

45mins

The CCO’s Top 5: Unboxing the Year’s Most Significant Global Anti-Corruption Developments

Focus On Global Anti- Corruption

  • Michael Kostiw, Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, DXC Technology M
  • Natalia Shehadeh, Senior VP and Chief Compliance Officer, Technip
Moderator:
  • Ryan Rohlfsen, Partner, Ropes & Gray
Join panelists for a lively discussion as they walk through the 5 most significant global anti-corruption developments of the past year. Including discussion on international enforcement actions, emerging regulations and legislation, trends and anti-corruption priorities worldwide.

45mins

Addressing Anti-Corruption Compliance Challenges in Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions

Focus On Global Anti- Corruption

  • Rebecca Rohr, Vice President, Anti-Corruption and Global Trade, Ethics & Compliance Office, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Frank Mirkow, Vice President, International Corporate Counsel and Compliance, Feld Entertainment

45mins

Lunch Break

45mins

The Uptick of Consent Agreements- What Recent Export Penalties and Violations Mean for your Business and Industry

Focus on International Trade
Conversation With:

  • Jen Maki, Director, Global Trade Compliance, Corporate Legal, Micron
  • Alan T. Levesque, Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Raytheon Company
  • Waqas Shahid, Managing Director, Ankura

Between February 2019 and February 2020 twice as many Consent Agreements were entered into with DDTC than 2017 and 2018 combined. Lean in and listen as Waqas Shahid and Alan T. Levesque partake in an engaging exploration of the defense industry’s latest agreements and what they mean for exporters. Featuring first hand insight and shared best practices for successfully navigating penalties, including discussion on voluntary disclosures and risk mitigation.

45mins

Practical Scenarios: Classification and Licensing in Action

Focus on International Trade

  • Stephanie Hart, Global Trade Controls, Cognizant
  • Joshua Richter, Sr. Director, Trade Compliance, Leonardo DRS
  • Julia Mason, Former Director, International Trade Operations, Vista Outdoor

During this interactive exercise benefit from the opportunity to troubleshoot and discuss in real-time the classification and licensing of various types of commodities under current trade regulations. Utilizing a real-life scenario to explore different types of products and technologies learn what the appropriate classification for each product/technology would be and why based on current industry best practice, Government guidance and the current state of regulation.

The session leaders will also share insights for handling items, products and technology where a conflict exists in classification determinations and definitions.

45mins

ITAR, Export Controls & The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC): The Cybersecurity Bar is Rising

Focus on International Trade  

During this presentation, listen and learn as presenters discuss the increasing enterprise risks and obligations introduced by the 2020 Department of Defense Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and its relationship to the ITAR/EAR. In-House Counsel and Compliance Officers will better understand the evolving legal, regulatory, and cybersecurity landscape and how to reduce their compliance and contracting risks to maintain current commercial and government contracts, and strategies to win more business leveraging cybersecurity as a competitive advantage.

  • Jerry Leishman, VP & National Practice Director, CORTAC Group
  • Christos Linardakis, Managing Partner, Strategic Aerospace & Defense Advisors
 

45mins

Chair’s Closing Remarks, See You in 2021!

45mins

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