MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Economic sanctions, anti-bribery compliance, data privacy, anti-corruption compliance, and internal investigations are just of few of the hot topics to be addressed at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) European Compliance & Ethics Institute. The SCCE 2015 European Compliance and Ethics Institute (ECEI) will be held 29 March – 1 April 2015, Hilton on Park Lane, London, UK. SCCE's European Compliance and Ethics Institute is a multi-industry and multi-topic conference offering the latest practices for effectively addressing the wide range of challenges facing the European compliance and ethics community.
"Last year attendees felt the ECEI gathering was becoming their 'professional home.' Compliance professionals felt great benefit from sharing, learning, commiserating, and connecting with their peers. The European Compliance and Ethics Institute is a rare opportunity to get the latest insights on a host of compliance concerns from a wide range of industries," said SCCE Chief Executive Officer Roy Snell.
ECEI hot topics
The hot topic sessions, lead by noted leaders in ethics and compliance to address ECEI, include:
-Data Privacy for Multinationals: How to Build and Implement a Compliance Plan
Speakers: Augusta Speiser, European Compliance Manager, DENTSPLY International and Janine Regan, Solicitor, Charles Russell Speechlys;
-Economic Sanctions Panel – Moderator: Adam Turteltaub, CHC, CCEP, Vice President, SCCE
-Maryann Clifford, Group Ethics & Compliance Officer, BP International Ltd.
-Bruno Jackson, Director Customs & International Trade, BT PLC
-Sheryl Vacca, CCEP, CCEP-I, CHC-F, CHRC, CHPC, Senior Vice President/Chief Compliance & Audit Officer, University of California;
-International Investigation Panel Discussion- Moderator: Gabriel Imperato, Managing Partner, Broad and Cassel
Odell Guyton, JD, CCEP, CCEP-I, SCCE Advisory Board Co-Chair Vice President, Head of Global Compliance, Jabil Circuit, Inc. and Dr. Kyrill Farbmann, EMEA, Compliance and Ethics Manager, International Paper;
-Is an International Anti-bribery Management System Truly Achievable?
Speaker: Judith Irwin, Senior Ethics Officer, Network Rail;
-Emerging Market Risk: It's Not Just Corruption
Speaker: Gareth Tipton, Director of Compliance and COO, BT Group-Legal, Governance & Compliance;
-Anti-bribery Compliance: What's in Store for the Future
Speakers: Alexandra Wrage, President, TRACE International, Inc. and Carolyn Lindsey, Senior International Compliance Counsel, NBCUniversal;
-Conflicting Compliance: When Foreign Laws Are at Odds with Anti-Corruption Compliance under the FCPA and UK Bribery Act
Speakers: Winston Chan, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Lauren Reynolds, Regional Compliance Attorney for Europe, Microsoft, and Thomas Firestone, Senior Counsel, Baker & McKenzie.
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More about the European Compliance & Ethics Institute and SCCE
The ECEI provides conference goers with the opportunity to learn directly from experienced compliance and ethics professionals through both formal presentations and informal networking events.
This conference includes several of SCCE's highly interactive Advanced Discussion Group sessions. Designed to foster a professional exchange of ideas and increase communication among participants, these sessions are structured conversations among no more than 50 participants and feature no formal presentation.
The Minneapolis, Minn., USA-based Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, a non-profit association that serves more than 4,500 compliance and ethics professionals globally, provides resources and training to compliance professionals and champions ethical practices and compliance standards. Visit www.corporatecompliance.org.
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