• 8:00 a.m. - 08:45 a.m.


Morning Workshops
  • 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Blue Room

WORKSHOP A - Money laundering and terrorist financing prevention program (MLTFPP)

When it comes to money laundering prevention, vast national and international legislations must be examined. In addition, there has been significant change in the Brazilian legislation on the matter, which requires adjustments to corporate programs and policies.


The truth is that, upon the widening of the scope of preventive measures, many companies have still not realized that they currently need a money laundering prevention program. Are you aware of these requirements? Is your company up to date?

  • Santiago Cayol(Regional Manager for Southern Cone - Bureau Van Dijk)

  • Geraldo Magela Siqueira(Former employee of the Central Bank of Brazil)

  • Marcus Vinicius de Carvalho(Head of the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Group at the CVM’s Chief Operating Office)

  • Daniele Macedo(Corporate Compliance Manager na frente de fraud investigations na EY)

  • 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Red Room

WORKSHOP B - Risk Assessment

A compliance program is useless without an accurate risk assessment. Risk assessment is considered one of the primary pillars of an effective compliance program. This assessment must be conducted and revised regularly focusing on risks associated with bribery and corrupt practices and other existing corporate policies, such as conflicts of interest, lobbying, donation, business courtesies, government interaction, etc. This important analysis must consider the ecosystem in which the company operates, its size, and the level of commitment of its partners, third parties, and suppliers.


Learn the best practices and get a structured framework to conduct a risk assessment confidently, including templates and other customizable supporting documents.

  • Jefferson Kiyohara(Head of Risk & Compliance at Protiviti)

  • Bruno Bandarovsky(Partner of Rolim, Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados)

  • Massamitsu Alberto Iko(Senior Manager Global Ethics & Compliance at Bunge South America )

  • Angelo Calori(Vice-presidente do Instituto dos profissionais de prevenção à lavagem de dinheiro e ao financiamento do terrorismo - IPLD)

  • 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Yellow Room

WORKSHOP C - An internal compliance investigation from planning to reporting

As Compliance programs develop and mature at companies, the topic “Internal Investigations” becomes of crucial importance, not only to ensure compliance with anti-corruption laws, but also for their ability to identify relevant issues and avoid costly penalties from national and international control authorities. In this context, proper handling of whistle-blowing and conduct of an internal investigation following international best practices are crucial to achieve relevant results and ensure a successful compliance program.

  • Fernando Fleider(Managing partner of ICTS Holding)

  • Fernanda Bidlovsky(Partner of Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados law firm)

  • Raphael Matos Valentim(Coordinator of the Corporate Compliance team at Zilveti Advogados)

  • Karlis Novickis(Professor at Insper and compliance expert)

  • 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Orange Room

WORKSHOP D - Compliance programs and ISO 37001 Certification

Bribery is one of the serious problems facing humanity today. According to data from the World Bank, over one trillion dollars are spent annually on this, with disastrous consequences, including increase and perpetuation of poverty, decreasing quality of life, increase in the cost of doing business, and decreasing confidence, especially for international trade.

All organizations, regardless of the type, size, and nature of business, can obtain certification in the public and private sectors, whether non-profit or for profit. Not only large organizations, but also small and medium businesses are adopting certification, as long as the fight against bribery is among their values. In a business environment where ethics and transparency are increasingly expected, it is crucial for organizations to treat the concepts of corporate governance and compliance as two sides of the same coin. Governance practices help a company prove its commitment to ethics and protect the interests of its stakeholders, and compliance is an essential tool to strengthen the company’s image of seriousness and commitment in everything it does. This workshop will provide a hands-on approach to best corporate governance practices associated with an effective compliance program.

  • Alessandra Gonsales((Founding Partner of LEC and Compliance Partner of WFaria Advogados)

  • Reynaldo Goto(Compliance Officer at Siemens)

  • Luiz Carlos Boschetti(Business and System Certification Development Manager at ABNT)

  • Rodrigo Carril(Legal and Compliance Officer for Latin America at Softline)

  • 8:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Gray Room

WORKSHOP E - Essential tools for an effective compliance program

The creation of an effective compliance program goes far beyond the creation of policies and manuals. Welcoming whistle-blowing through a proper channel, as well as due diligence tools, especially from third parties, are essential to ensure that the compliance program is agile and functions properly.

Learn the latest on this topic and how to incorporate these solutions into your compliance program, often investing less than you thought. Modern and creative solutions can really enhance the results of your compliance program.

  • Marcus Cairrão(Sócio da IAUDIT Consultoria Empresarial)

  • Sandra Guida(Compliance Superintendent at a Financial Institution)

  • Marilia Loosli(Gerente de Compliance do Grupo Pão de Açúcar)

  • Camila von Ancken(Regional Compliance Counsel do Google para a América Latina)

  • 10:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

Coffee Break

Afternoon Workshops
  • 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.


  • 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
  • Red Room

WORKSHOP F - How to prepare a code of ethics and conduct

To be effective, a Code of Ethics and Conduct must be built considering the organization’s core values, since its main objective is to guide employees and third parties on how the company conducts its business. That is, the Code must help resolve ethical dilemmas and explain what behaviors are acceptable or unacceptable to the company at all the different levels of relationship. This workshop will provide a hands-on approach to preparing a code of ethics and conduct.

  • Patrícia Punder(Compliance and Sox Director - Grupo ABC - OMNICOM GROUP)

  • Manuela Loeser(Risk & Compliance Manager at TOTVS)

  • 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
  • Gray Room

WORKSHOP G – How to align compliance and labor laws?

On the one hand, maintaining compliance with the regulations governing labor relations, and on the other hand, the typical activities of a compliance program. At the intersection, how to align these sensitive topics routinely and healthily, so that investigations can be conducted with effective results, for example, without breaching the limits of labor and constitutional protections. In this workshop, you will learn more about how to reconcile these issues, including the limits of punitive measures, when and how to apply them, and employee privacy matters under national and international legislations.

  • Leonardo Mazzillo(Senior Partner of WFaria Advogados)

  • Regina Duarte(Federal Labor Judge)

  • 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
  • Orange Room

WORKSHOP H - Management of firms and other external partners

Learn how to identify the best partners, strengthen relationships, and derive excellent results. Come debate with peers on best practices in hiring and managing law firms, consultancies, and solution providers, which can significantly contribute to the success or failure of your legal or compliance department. It is not a matter of luck. There are techniques and good practices that can improve your relationship with those companies and lead to long-term ‘win-win’ partnerships.

  • Amira Chammas(Legal Director of the Formitex Group)

  • Gustavo Biagioli(Legal and Compliance Officer of JLLL)

  • Gianfranco Cinelli(Legal Director of Yara for Brazil and Latin America)

  • Roberta Codignoto(Head of Legal & Compliance Latam at Staples)

  • 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
  • Yellow Room

WORKSHOP I - Corporate Governance and Compliance

In an increasingly ethical and transparent business environment, it is essential for organizations to treat the fundamentals of corporate governance and compliance as two sides of the same coin.

Good governance practices can substantially help companies prove their commitment to ethics and compliance and protect the interests of their stakeholders, thus strengthening their image and ensuring business continuity.

  • Emerson Siécola(Partner of Integrity Brasil - Soluções em Compliance e Governança)

  • Rodrigo de Pinho Bertoccelli(President of IBDEE - Instituto Brasileiro de Direito e Ética Empresarial. Partner of Felsberg Advogados.)

  • Luis Gustavo Miranda(Partner of Rolim Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados)

  • 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
  • Blue Room

WORKSHOP J - Compliance in tenders - Do’s and don’ts

In a corporate environment involving tenders, that is, companies where government contracts represent a significant portion of revenue, lawyers need a deeper understanding of compliance, and compliance professionals need to master at least the basics of administrative law.

Promoting dialogue among expert lawyers and compliance professionals is imperative to establish best practices and practices that should be avoided or prohibited during a tender process, so that they reflect these compliance commandments, codes, and policies.

  • Matheus Cunha(Partner of T4 Compliance consultancy)

  • Leonardo Ruiz Machado(Diretor de Compliance e Relações Institucionais do Grupo Construcap)

  • 3:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Coffee Break

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Red Room

WORKSHOP K - Conflict of interest

Why are people considered essentially ethical able to make unethical decisions putting their personal interests ahead of those of the company? Assessing and managing conflicts of interest that people often face when making decisions is critical for an effective compliance program, so that preventive and corrective actions may be implemented promptly. Family relationships between employees, the possibility of employee’s involvement in other business activities and relationship with competing companies are some topics that deserve attention.

  • Renata Fonseca de Andrade(CCO - Chief Compliance Officer for Brazil - Willis Towers Watson and Chair Anticorruption & Compliance, OAB/SP Pinheiros)

  • Élcio Cordeiro Benevides(CEO - GRCompliance)

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Gray Room

WORKSHOP L - Third party management

Should I submit my Code of Ethics and Conduct to the third parties with which my company does business, conduct a due diligence on all of them, and train them regularly about aspects of my compliance program? Managing third parties can be a great challenge, especially when it represents a significant operational risk, whether due to the large number of related companies, the volume of business and exposure, or just because of the inherent risks of the industry. Learn the best practices and how to treat these third parties confidently.

  • Thiago Barbosa(Commercial Director, LexisNexis BIS)

  • Perisson Andrade(Sócio-fundador da Perisson Andrade, Massaro e Salvaterra Advogados)

  • Luís Fernando Radulov Queiroz(VP Jurídico e de Integridade para o Grupo ABB na América do Sul)

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Orange Room

WORKSHOP M - Crisis management - A case study from a legal and compliance perspective

Corporate crisis management is increasingly present in the routine of companies and law firms. Understanding the concept of crisis, its effects, characteristics, and methodologies for overcoming is a current necessity. Not least important are the dilemmas, challenges, and conflicts (professional and personal) experienced by managers in this process.

Learn more about the limits of civil and criminal liability in these cases and the role of each department, such as compliance, legal, and communication, in overcoming these multidisciplinary challenges, based on case studies and analysis of real corporate crisis situations.

  • Carlos Frederico Andrade(Chief Legal Officer of Zigpayy)

  • Luciano Malara(Partner of PCMM Advogados law firm and CEO of Instituto Compliance Brasil)

  • Luciana Nunes Freire(Chief Legal Officer of Federação das Indústrias do Estado de São Paulo - FIESP)

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Yellow Room

WORKSHOP N - Soft Skills - Behavioral skills and success

The objective of the workshop is to provide a hands-on approach to the Soft Skills of professionals handling typical compliance activities, whether in companies, law firms, or consultancies, focusing on professional success, career transition, or just personal development.

After conducting an in-depth study, coach Luciana Rocha identified 5 behavioral skills found in most successful compliance officers and developed tools to encourage their development.

Come discover what they are and work on these 5 skills to (substantially) increase your chances of success in getting a promotion or transitioning into a compliance career.

  • Luciana Rocha(Business & Executive Coach)

  • Rogéria Gieremek (Chief Compliance Officer at the LATAM Airlines Group)

  • 4:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
  • Blue Room

WORKSHOP O - Competition compliance

Competition questions, formerly addressed from a legal perspective only, are now of very high relevance for compliance. That is why the topic is now part of Compliance Trends, an event organized by LEC to discuss exclusively trending compliance topics.

In early 2016, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) issued important guidelines on the structure and benefits of adopting competition compliance programs in its “Guide to Compliance Programs”, basically focused on the adoption of measures to prevent, identify, and remedy violations of Law 12529/2011 (Antitrust Law – LDC). Learn how it works in practice and the countless benefits that may derive from the adoption of these programs.

  • Patricia Agra Araujo(Partner of L.O. Baptista)

  • Adriana Laporta Cardinali Straube(Regional General Counsel of Votorantim Cimentos S/A in Latin America)

  • 7:45 a.m. - 08:30 a.m.


  • 8:30 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
  • Purple Room

Opening of the Event

  • 8:45 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
  • Purple Room

Fight against corruption

Anti-corruption initiatives by the Ministry of Transparency and Comptroller General of Brazil.

  • Wagner Rosário(Deputy Minister of Transparency and Comptroller General of Brazil - CGU)

  • 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
  • Purple Room


When faced with choices in life, we need to choose values to guide our actions and reactions to dilemmas in everyday life and work. Values, however, are complex and often contradictory. How to resolve the complexity of choices? That is what we want to explore in this liberating talk.

  • Clóvis de Barros Filho(Professor and lecturer at the University of São Paulo; Speaker and consultant at Espaço Ética)

  • 10:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

Coffee break

  • 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m
  • Purple Room

The FIFA Case and Operation Car Wash from the perspective of international cooperation among authorities

By the end of 2017, Brazil had received 139 requests for collaboration from 31 countries, which was a record for a single case. Learn how international collaboration has helped uncover two major recent corruption scandals.

  • Deltan Dallagnol(Federal Prosecutor)

  • Jamil Chade(Correspondent for the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo in Europe and columnist for Radio Estadão)

  • Ricardo Andrade Saadi(Superintendente Regional da Polícia Federal no estado do Rio de Janeiro)

  • 12:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: Challenges and Opportunities for Compliance

The Blockchain technology will transform a number of business models and certainly affect the economy on a global scale. Cryptocurrencies, one of the uses of this technology, open up debate on the lack of control and possibility of money laundering. Meanwhile, experts are developing new applications for the Blockchain, including for compliance purposes. This panel aims to contextualize the topic, understand what authorities think, and hear real experiences from companies that are already exploring these new resources.

  • Camilla Jimene(Partner of Opice Blum, Bruno, Abrusio e Vainzof Advogados Associados law firm)

  • Rony Vainzof(Partner of Opice Blum, Bruno, Abrusio e Vainzof Advogados Associados law firm)

  • Carlos Henrique Duarte(Blockchain Leader for Latin America in the area of IBM Systems)

  • Fábio Lacerda Carneiro(Chefe Adjunto do Departamento de Supervisão Bancária (Desup) do Banco Central)

  • Luciano Flores de Lima(Delegado da Polícia Federal)

  • Green Room

Criminal Compliance

  • Salim Saud Neto(Partner of Saud Advogados law firm)

  • David Rechulski(Founding partner of David Rechulski Advogados law firm)

  • 1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.


  • 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Panel of journalists - Impacts of corruption on society and journalistic responsibility in addressing the topic

  • Milton Jung(Journalist, broadcaster and speaker)

  • Heródoto Barbeiro(Speaker, journalist, anchorman of Jornal da Record News and R7)

  • André Lahóz(Diretor editorial do grupo EXAME)

  • André Guilherme Delgado Vieira(Repórter de Política no Jornal Valor Econômico)

  • Green Room

Execution of Deferred Prosecution Agreements, from the negotiation stage to management of agreed commitments

Collaboration instruments/agreements have been used by the state to reinforce corporations’ commitments to fulfill laws and regulations they previously violated. Drafting these instruments and implementing their requirements is not only based on the applicable laws, but also on corporations’ actual ability to meet these commitments. In order to understand corporations’ view on these topics, research was conducted from November 2017 to March 2018, which demonstrates the importance of proper formatting of agreements among corporations, lawyers, and the state and an adequate process of internal management of these commitments by corporations. This panel will discuss the research results in order to raise the stakeholders’ awareness of the importance of the execution and proper performance of these instruments.

  • Camila Araujo(Risk Advisory Partner of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu)

  • Gustavo Lucena(Leading Regulatory Risk and Healthcare Industry Partner)

  • Giuseppe Giamundo Neto(Vice President of IBDEE - Instituto Brasileiro de Direito e Ética Empresarial)

  • 3:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Coffee break

  • 3:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Latin America Anticorruption Framework

The advancement of anti-corruption legislations in Latin American countries has caused a great impact on multinational companies. Learn what the key challenges are and how companies are structuring their compliance programs.

  • José Quiñones (Founding Partner and currently a Managing Partner at QIL+4 Abogados)

  • Heloisa Barroso Uelze(Partner at Trench Rossi Watanabe)

  • Eduardo Herrera Velarde (Director of Escudo Azul S.A.)

  • Patricio Véliz Moller (Chief Compliance Officer at Metro de Santiago)

  • Maria Lorena Schiariti (Partner of Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal)

  • Alma Rocio Balcazar (Consultant Government, Risk and Compliance, Governance and Anti-corruption)

  • Rogéria Gieremek (Chief Compliance Officer at the LATAM Airlines Group)

  • Jonathan Edward Adams (Partner of Baker McKenzie's in Mexico)

  • Green Room

Compliance Trends

  • Alexandre Serpa(Compliance Head for Latin America and Canada at Allergan)

  • Fernando Palma(Partner of Total Compliance)

  • Daniel Sibille(Compliance Director LATAM at Oracle)

  • Carlos Ayres(Founding Partner at Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados)

  • 5:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Compliance Metrics

If you do not know whether your compliance initiatives are functioning, then it will be difficult for you to defend or improve your program. Learn how large companies are building robust programs based on metrics and using technology.

  • Thomas Fox(The Compliance Evangelist; Advanced Compliance Solutions)

  • Claudia Taya(Secretary of Transparency and Corruption Prevention)

  • Michel Sancovski(Anti-corruption & Compliance Partner in the São Paulo office of Tauil & Chequer Advogados)

  • Yoab Bitran(Head of LRN Latin America)

  • Green Room

Espetáculo teatral "Corrupção não, cidadão!" - Toque de Areia

Principais temas abordados:
• Lei anticorrupção 12.846 – Conceito e Aplicabilidade
• Decreto 8.420
• Compliance, Ética e Integridade Corporativa
• O que leva uma pessoa a ser corrupta?
• Fraudes em licitações públicas
• Mau uso de cartão corporativo
• Consequências de atos de corrupção dentro das empresas
• Atenuantes de multas
• A importância dos Treinamentos

  • 6:45 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Happy Hour

  • 7:45 a.m. - 08:45 a.m.


  • 8:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
  • Purple Room

Opening of the Event

  • 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
  • Purple Room

Leniency Agreements

Leniency agreements entered into by Latin American companies from the perspective of the United States.

  • Matteson Ellis(Member at Miller & Chevalier law firm)

  • 9:45 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
  • Purple Room

Tone at the top

What CEOs expect from a compliance executive and how the topic is addressed in corporations.

  • Chieko Aoki(President of Blue Tree Hotels)

  • Marcos Ambrosano(President of Makro Atacadista S.A.)

  • Teresa Vernaglia(CEO, BRK Ambiental)

  • Wilson Ferreira Junior(President of Eletrobras)

  • Alessandra Gonsales(Founding Partner of LEC and Compliance Partner of WFaria Advogados)

  • 11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Coffee break

  • 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Sports Compliance

In recent years, the sports, entertainment, and advertising market has been repeatedly questioned as to its often non-transparent relationships and many peculiarities. This panel will discuss advertising contract clauses, sources of revenue, codes of conduct of sports organizations, as well as difficulties in implementing a compliance program in this industry.

  • Magic Paula(President of Atletas pelo Brasil and Instituto Passe de Mágica)

  • Flávio Franco(Chief Legal Officer of Nextel)

  • Roberto Soares Armelin(Founding member Instituto Brasileiro de Direito e Ética Empresarial - IBDEE)

  • Caio Magri(Chief Executive Officer of Instituto Ethos)

  • Green Room

Transparency in corporate reporting: The top 100 Brazilian companies and top 10 banks

Transparency International will present a corporate transparency ranking of Brazilian companies only. So, the Brazilian market will have, for the first time, the opportunity to compare the practices of major Brazilian companies to global industry standards. The research is part of the series ‘Transparency in Corporate Reporting – TRAC’, one of the most influential global publications on corporate transparency.

  • Guilherme Donega(Transparency International Consultant in Brazil)

  • Luis Gustavo Miranda(Partner of Rolim Viotti & Leite Campos Advogados)

  • Mariana Cardoso(Global Chief Compliance Officer of BTG Pactual)

  • 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.


  • 1:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Diversity is the present - Companies need diversity and compliance needs to pay attention to it

Looking at changes in society, the corporate world has paid much more attention to the issue of corporate diversity. More than socially desirable, it is a strategic decision for the future of business. However, having a hiring policy is only the most easily visible tip of the process. Introducing diversity as a strategic pillar is much more complex and requires serious reflections and cultural changes in companies. This panel will discuss the challenges of this topic to compliance.

  • Auani Cusma de Paula(Managing partner of Cusman Editora Especializada and editor of LEC magazine)

  • Aline Cintra(Regional HR Lead - Monsanto Company)

  • Felipe Faria(Senior Compliance Officer for America Latina of Statkraft)

  • Renata Sigilião(Gerente de Recursos Humanos e Diversidade na L´Oréal Brasil)

  • Raul Cury Neto(Managing Partner of Vittore Partners)

  • 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Financial Compliance

Resolution 4595/2017 of the Central Bank of Brazil regulated the compliance policy applicable to financial institutions. Also new is Law 13506 of November 13, 2017, governing the administrative disciplinary procedure in the scope of the Central Bank of Brazil and the Brazilian Securities Commission and the possibility of entering into leniency agreements. This panel will discuss how financial institutions have been addressing these topics and the impact on their current compliance programs.

  • Jose Leonelio de Souza(Senior Compliance and Risk Consultant at Thomson Reuters)

  • Fausto De Sanctis(Federal Appeals Judge of the TRF)

  • José Angelo Mazzillo Junior(MSc in Finance, Production Engineer and Lawyer)

  • Fernando Merino(Managing Director, International Regulation & Compliance at Steptoe & Johnson LLP)

  • 4:15 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Purple Room

Turning the page

The new scenario of Brazilian companies necessarily entails the creation of a value chain. This panel will discuss how large companies have turned the page and found ways to affect their local suppliers, distributors, and partners and encourage them to create their own mechanisms with third parties.

  • Marcio Campanelli Moreira(Compliance Executive Manager at Petrobras)

  • Gisele Lorenzetti(General Director of LVBA Comunicação))

  • Rodrigo Pironti(Partner of Pironti Advogados)

  • Renato Tastardi Portella(Partner of Mattos Filho)

* Panels and timetables subject to change