NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dow Jones has added three new keynote speakers to its Global Compliance Symposium (http://gcs.dowjones.com) conference program: Lorin Reisner, deputy director of enforcement at the Securities & Exchange Commission; Commissioner Dabney Friedrich from the U.S. Sentencing Commission; and Jerry Seib, Washington, D.C., bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal.
The Dow Jones Global Compliance Symposium joins compliance officers, general counsels, ethics officials and outside legal professionals from around the world to share their experiences and insights into key trends and issues in governance, risk and compliance. The conference will take place March 31-April 1, 2011, at the Park Hyatt in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Reisner will discuss the SEC's enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, while Ms. Friedrich will share her unique insight into how new and evolving corporate and anticorruption regulations are being enforced. Mr. Seib will discuss whether the current U.S. political environment will affect businesses in the coming year. The three experts join other featured keynote speakers including Vivian Robinson, general counsel from the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office; Georg Kell, executive director, UN Global Compact; Stephen Reynolds, general counsel, Alcatel-Lucent; Arlen Specter, former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania; and keynote panelists Sharon Zealey, chief ethics and compliance officer, Coca-Cola; Neville Tiffen, global head of compliance, Rio Tinto; and Donna Grier, chief compliance officer, DuPont.
The Global Compliance Symposium is guided by editors and reporters from Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal. The two-day conference will also feature discussions with executives from companies including Intel, Deutsche Bank, UPS, Google, BP America, General Electric, Novartis Biociencias S.A., Siemens AG and others.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is a platinum sponsor of the event, and gold sponsors include Ethics Metrics, Kroll, Hogan Lovells, Nardello & Co. and DLA Piper.
To register, learn more and get information about Global Compliance Symposium, visit http://gcs.dowjones.com, call 212-416-2951, or email email@example.com. Full-time journalists and members of the traditional media can request a press pass by contacting Shannon Sullivan at (609) 627-2312 or Shannon.Sullivan@dowjones.com.
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