Friday, December 2, 2016 • Post-conference Seminar
Global Regulatory & Enforcement Update Seminar | 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. (Registration opens at 8:00 a.m.)
The most critical anti-corruption regulatory and enforcement updates from around the world.


8:00
Registration Opens


8:30
Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks & OECD Keynote


Nicola Bonucci
Director & Accession Coordinator
Directorate for Legal Affairs
OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (Paris)


Kathryn C. Atkinson
Member
Miller & Chevalier Chartered


9:00
BRAZIL: The Anti-Corruption Compliance & Enforcement Landscapes

Adriana Dantas
Partner
BMA- Barbosa, Musnich, Aragão (Brazil)


Luciano Malara
Partner
Carvalho, Machado e Timm Advogados



  • Brazil Clean Company Act guidelines
  • Requirements for anti-corruption compliance programs under the new regulations
  • Key requirements that differ from the FCPA and other jurisdictions
  • The anticipated impact of new requirements for companies operating in-country

10:00
Networking Break

10:15
CHINA: Anti-Bribery, Whistleblower Complaints and Reporting Obligations: Status and Impact of Legislative and Regulatory Changes, and the New Judicial Interpretation

Harry Liu
Partner
King & Wood Mallesons (China)


Kate Yin
Partner
Fangda Partners (China)


  • Key legislative and regulatory changes, and their impact on global anti-corruption compliance and reporting
  • The meaning and aftermath of the new judicial interpretation
  • Practical impact of China’s new consumer protection law on the anti-corruption landscape for multinationals operating in China
  • Recent cases and what they reveal about local government anti-corruption compliance expectations

11:15
SOUTHEAST ASIA: Critical Updates and Risk Factors


Douglas Mancill
Partner
PriceSanond (Thailand)


Orsolya Szotyory-Grove
Mayer Brown JSM (Vietnam)


Nathan Bush
Partner
O’Melveny & Myers LLP (Singapore)


  • The current corruption landscape in Vietnam and Indonesia
  • Revival of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)
  • What the appointment of five new KPK commissioners means for local enforcement
  • Expected changes to current anti-corruption laws and regulations
  • Risk factors that your organization is likely to encounter on the ground

12:15
Networking Luncheon

1:15
SOUTH KOREA: New Requirements for Gifts and Entertainment

  • Key aspects of the Prohibition of Improper Solicitation and Receipt of Money or Goods Act
  • How broadly is “public officials” defined under the new Act?
  • New enforcement activity and risks over the last 12 months
  • The scope of liability for bribe recipients, and for corporations due to bribes paid by employees

Paul Lee
Counsel
Sigong Law PC (South Korea)



1:45
EASTERN EUROPE: Updates on Heightened Corruption Enforcement Activity and the Evolving Regulatory Landscape

Agnieszka Wardak
Partner
Dentons (Poland)


Livia Zamfiropol
Partner
DLA Piper (Romania)


  • The scope of corporate criminal liability risks
  • Increasing fines and government focus on recovering proceeds of crime
  • New and anticipated whistleblower protections
  • General reporting obligations for corruption
  • What is required for “cooperating” with authorities during an investigation

2:45
Networking Break

3:30
ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA & MEXICO: New and Ongoing Legal, Regulatory and Political Changes Affecting Your Local Anti-Corruption Compliance Status


Pedro Serrano Espelta
Partner
Marval, O’Farrel & Mairal (Argentina)


Carlos Fradique Méndez
Partner
Brigard & Urrutia (Colombia)


Roberto Hernández
Managing Director
COMAD, S.C. (Mexico)


  • Mexico:
    • The National Anticorruption System: how and why anti-corruption legislation has recently changed so dramatically
    • How Mexico’s enforcement agencies are empowered by the constitutional reforms, and the new anti-corruption bodies (Federal Administrative Justice Court, FAJC)
    • Anticipated secondary legislation, and additional anti-corruption provisions
  • Colombia:
    • Status update on the Colombian anti-corruption statute and whistleblower legislation
    • Which government agencies have jurisdiction over enforcement of the new laws
    • How the new legislation is being implemented and enforced in practice
  • Argentina:
    • Overview of prohibitions in the Criminal Code, including the prohibition of active and passive bribery of public officials, and foreign public officials
    • Status and impact of proposed new anti-corruption regulations, including corporate liability for corruption, asset recovery, increased government transparency, and incentives for those who cooperate with authorities

4:00
NIGERIA


Babajide Ogundipe
Partner
Sofunde, Osakwe, Ogundipe & Belgore (Nigeria)


  • Update on recent corruption investigations
  • Legal, regulatory and political anti-corruption initiatives in Nigeria
  • How much international co-operation and information sharing is happening between Nigeria, Europe and the United States on corruption matters

4:30
UAE & SAUDI ARABIA: New Anti-Corruption Initiatives and the Increased Regional Focus on Compliance


Sheila Shadmand
Partner
Jones Day (UAE)

  • How the evolving regulatory, anti-corruption compliance and enforcement environments are impacting local culture and business in the region
  • The prevalence of state-owned entities in these countries and the anti-corruption implications
  • The impact of regional instability on anti-corruption efforts
  • How the Islamic Development Bank is enforcing anti-corruption measures

5:15
Co-Chairs’ Closing Remarks and Seminar Concludes