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Compliance and Risk Forum 2016

Boston
September 13, 2016

Westin Copley Place Hotel

10 Huntington Ave
Staffordshire Ballroom, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02116
617-262-9600
http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1035

 

8:00 am – Networking Breakfast and Registration

 

8:45 am – Welcome and Introduction

 

9:00 am – Preparing Your Employees To Be The Compliance Front Line

Maintaining a culture of compliance requires far more than strong compliance programs and processes. As the front line in compliance, the business has a leading role to play to ensure that compliance is in the DNA of the organization. During this session we will discuss how to ensure that your employees, at all levels, are engaged around ethical and compliant behavior via robust training, code of conduct, managing conflicts, cases, escalations and more.

Panelists:
Matt Kelly, Editor & CEO, Radical Compliance
Daniel Nathan, Partner, Morvillo LLP
Peter Kohler, Pre-Sales Director, Thomson Reuters
Eileen T. Krouse, Program Manager Ethics & Compliance, Staples, Inc.

9:50 am – Networking Break

 

10:10 am – Choosing And Monitoring Your Third Parties And Gatekeepers

Reports indicate that 90 percent of the U.S. Department of Justice enforcements involve third parties. As many relationships were vetted years ago when standards of diligence were less prudent, businesses must institute a process for reevaluating third party engagements as well as for bringing on new partners and agents. For businesses that are looking to determine the level of risk they are willing to bear, they must consider a range of questions and during this session our panel will explore considerations including:

  • What are the criteria to screen against?
  • How has this changed and evolved over recent months?
  • Are you reviewing established relationships?
  • When and how often do you undertake enhanced due diligence?

Panelists:
Kara Brown, Counsel, Sidley
Brad Mirkin, Vice President, Regulatory Compliance, Global Investment Advisor
Julie DiMauro, Regulatory Intelligence and Compliance Learning Specialist, Thomson Reuters
Tanya Kerrigan, General Counsel/CCO, Boston Advisors

11:00 am – Evolving Compliance: Trends And Technology That Are Changing The Profession

The outlook for the compliance profession continues to evolve. Although the pace of regulatory change continues at an alarming rate, most compliance departments are seeing the historical year over year rise in available budgets abate, and the availability of highly skilled professionals is at an increasing premium. During this session our panel will look at how the changing environment and the introduction of new technology are impacting the business of compliance. Topics will include:

  • Addressing challenges such as increased UBO requirements and personal liability
  • Using technology to free up resources and remove barriers to entry
  • Merging the critical human element with technology

Panelist:
Bill Fearnley Jr., Compliance, Fraud & Risk Analytics - Research Director, IDC Financial Insights
Reetu Khosla, Senior Director/Global Head: Client Lifecycle Management, Onboarding & KYC, Pegasystems
Randall Mikkelsen, Managing Editor, Compliance and Regulatory Risk, Thomson Reuters
Tina Petruzziello, Founder and Compliance Principal, Boston Compliance Associates

11:55 am – Closing Remarks

 

12:00 pm – Networking Lunch

 

Event information

Boston:
Tuesday, September 13
 
San Francisco:
Wednesday, October 19

Chicago:
Monday, October 24
 
Atlanta:
Wednesday, October 26
 
Houston:

Thursday, November 17
Cost

Complimentary