• 08:00 am - 09:00 pm

Accreditation

Morning
  • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

WORKSHOP A - What is new and peculiar in Financial Compliance

• Manager, Director and Officer responsibility for Compliance matters;
• Recent Federal Police operations and Financial Compliance;
• CVM’s new rules to combat money laundering and terrorist financing;
• Third Party and Investee Management under the Money Laundering Law and Anti-Corruption Law

  • Paulo Sérgio Suzart(Partner of Hage, Fonseca, Suzart & Prudêncio Compliance Consultancy)

  • Ricardo Dollinger(Chief Compliance and Financial Crimes Officer, Latin America, Morgan Stanley)

  • Fernando Ribeiro(Chief Compliance and Operational Risk Control Officer at UBS Brazil)

  • Hugo Corga(Brazil Country Manager, Bureau van Dijk)
  • Marcus Vinicius de Carvalho(Head of the Group for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing at the CVM’s Chief Operating Office)
  • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

WORKSHOP B – Compliance risks in health care and the trending topics of 2017

Health care in Brazil faces significant compliance risks, and this workshop will discuss in a practical way related topics commonly encountered by companies operating in the health care sector, including:

• Industry self-regulation, impact and interface with authorities and applicable legal standards;
• Procedure for the review and approval of promotional materials;
• Management and regulation of promotional activities, including giveaways, sponsorships, mini-meetings, etc.;
• Performance of non-promotional activities (e.g., advisory boards): precautions and concerns;
• Medical and scientific communications;
• Relationship with patient associations;
• Consulting services involving HCPs;
• Educational activities, grants, and scientific development;
• Declaration of relationship with HCPs; the Minas Gerais case; Sunshine Act.

  • Benny Spiewak(Partner of Zancaner Costa, Bastos e Spiewak Advogados)

  • Gustavo Swenson Caetano(Senior Associate at ZCBS Advogados)

  • Alexandre Serpa(Compliance Officer at CVS Health - Drogaria Onofre)
  • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

WORKSHOP C – Risk Assessment Workshop

A compliance program is useless without a well-done risk assessment. Risk assessment is considered one of the basic pillars of a compliance program. This assessment should be conducted and reviewed regularly and be based on risks associated with bribery and corruption practices, as well as other existing policies, such as conflict of interest, lobbying, donations, business courtesies, government interaction, etc. By definition, the assessment should cover all the commercial and operational aspects of a business, considering the ecosystem in which it operates, the business size, the level of commitment of partners, third parties, and suppliers, as well as other relevant circumstances. Risk assessment should measure the likelihood and severity of possible violations and should identify mitigation actions, including new policies and procedures. This workshop will take a practical approach to this highly relevant topic and will provide Templates, and other supporting documents, to be customized and integrated into the program.

  • Patricia Punder(Associate Director, Growth Markets Region Compliance - Teva Pharmaceuticals)

  • Geert Aalbers(Senior Partner and head of Control Risks Brasil)

  • Flavio Serebrinic(Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) at Odebrecht Realizações Imobiliárias)

  • Bruno Bandarovsky(Counsel in the Integrity and Tax practices; Chief Compliance Officer, Promon Group)

  • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

WORKSHOP G – Compliance Immersion Workshop

LEC held the first Compliance Immersion on January 14 and 15 and achieved an extremely satisfactory result. We have developed this Compliance Immersion workshop as a way to bring this experience to the Congress participants. Compliance Immersion was originally designed for students in the Online Anti-Corruption Compliance Course and, as the name says, it is a true immersion into the world of Compliance, including practical classes and debates on key compliance topics with several compliance experts from LEC. Participants will also have the opportunity to play some roles that are part of the daily life of a compliance officer, during workshops specifically designed for the event. If you need to implement or improve a compliance program, then this workshop is especially for you.


INTERNAL CONTROLS AND MONITORING
  • Angelo Calori(Executive Manager of Compliance and Internal Controls at Tokio Marine)

  • Valdinei Donizete Silva(Internal Controls and Compliance at the Bradesco Seguros Group)


THIRD PARTY MANAGEMENT
  • Emerson Siécola de Mello(Compliance lawyer, partner of INTEGRITY BR)

  • Rogéria Gieremek(Chief Compliance Officer at the Latam Airlines Group. Chair of the Standing Committee of Compliance Studies at IASP)

  • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

WORKSHOP I - Compliance in government-owned companies and in the public sector

As a result of the instability that has recently affected investor confidence in Brazil, especially in listed mixed ownership companies, it was necessary to find ways of reducing uncertainty about management, reporting, and relations with private companies. Accordingly, both BM&FBOVESPA - B3, with its voluntary State-Owned Enterprise Governance Highlight Program, and Law 13303/2016 can be considered landmarks of a new management model for Brazilian government-owned and mixed ownership companies. In the context of federal, state, and municipal governments, as well as political parties, there has been a lot of discussion about the implementation of codes of conduct and a compliance program to minimize the possibility of behavioral and ethical deviations. In this panel, renowned professionals will discuss the topic and suggest practical actions to improve and enhance processes for government-owned companies and entities.

  • Matheus Cunha(Assistant Secretary of the Transparency and Anti-Corruption Office of the Government of the State of Mato Grosso)

  • Marcelo Zenkner(Public Prosecutor in the State of Espírito Santo)

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

  • 10:45 am - 11:00 am

Coffee Break

Afternoon
  • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

WORKSHOP D – An internal compliance investigation from planning to reporting

As Compliance programs become stronger and the compliance function matures in companies, the topic “Internal Investigations” becomes of fundamental importance as it can mean not only compliance with the terms of the new anti-corruption law, but can also help avoid costly fines from regulatory bodies, under both local and international anti-corruption laws. In this context, proper handling of whistle-blowing and conduct of an internal investigation following international best practices is fundamental to a successful compliance program.

  • Erica Sarubbi(Founding partner of Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados law firm)

  • Sandra Gonoretske(Director of Compliance, Visa Brazil)

  • Raphael Matos Valentim(Head of Compliance at Zilveti Advogados)

  • Felipe Kietzmann(Regional Compliance Officer at Alcon)

  • Thiago Barbosa(Sales Director, LexisNexis BIS)

  • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

WORKSHOP E – Compliance programs and ISO 37001 Certification

The International Standardization Organization (ISO) created ISO 37001 (Anti-Bribery Management System), a certifiable standard for anti-bribery compliance programs.

The requirements of ISO 37001 are applicable to any organization, regardless of their type, size, and nature of activity, whether public, private, or non-profit. Its main goal is to support organizations in combating bribery through a culture of integrity, transparency, and compliance with the applicable laws and regulations, the requirements defined by ISO 37001 and by the organization itself, including appropriate policies, procedures, and controls to manage risks associated with bribery. This workshop will address the theoretical and practical aspects of this standard.

  • Bruno Maeda(Compliance Partner of Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados law firm)

  • Fernando Cevallos(Managing partner of the F&C Consulting Group and managing partner of LEC Mexico)

  • Jefferson Carvalho(Business Development Manager at RINA certification organization and Vice President of Institutional Relations and Development at ABRAC)

  • Andrea Barroso Melo Monteiro de Queiroz(Head of the INMETRO Accreditation Programs Development Division)

  • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

WORKSHOP F – Workshop on Management of Legal and Compliance Departments

The legal department is playing a growing role in companies due to a number of factors. Firstly, because the business environment is increasingly regulated. Secondly, because compliance is a practice that is here to stay and its implementation in companies relies on the in-house counsel team. Thirdly, because companies are beginning to value the legal department as a business strategy partner.

Understanding the various aspects involved in the effective management of a legal department can have a positive impact on the company’s results, boost professional performance, and create benefits for the entire organization.

  • Luciano Malara(Partner of CMT Advogados law firm)

  • Gianfranco Cinelli(General Counsel for Brazil and Latin America at Yara)

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

  • Carlos Frederico Andrade(Chief Legal Officer of Zigpay)

  • Gustavo Biagioli(Legal and Compliance Officer of JLL)

  • Luciana Nunes Freire(Executive Legal Director at FIESP)

  • Amira Chammas(Legal Director at Formitex Group)

  • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

WORKSHOP H - – Compliance Immersion Workshop

LEC held the first Compliance Immersion on January 14 and 15 and achieved an extremely satisfactory result. We have developed this Compliance Immersion workshop as a way to bring this experience to the Congress participants. Compliance Immersion was originally designed for students in the Online Anti-Corruption Compliance Course and, as the name says, it is a true immersion into the world of Compliance, including practical classes and debates on key compliance topics with several compliance experts from LEC. Participants will also have the opportunity to play some roles that are part of the daily life of a compliance officer, during workshops specifically designed for the event. If you need to implement or improve a compliance program, then this workshop is especially for you.


• CRISIS AND BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT
  • Renato Lima(Head of Risk, Business Continuity and Crisis at the Pão de Açúcar Group)

  • Cristina Schachtitz(Executive Vice President at Edelman Significa)

  • Fábio Risério(Founding Partner of Além das Palavras Negócios Éticos e Sustentáveis)


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

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

  • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

WORKSHOP J - Compliance in the infrastructure sector

Brazil is currently stunned watching the revelations in the media about the investigations of the so-called Operation Car Wash. In addition to the political core, a vast majority of the companies allegedly involved in the scandal are engineering, construction, infrastructure, or are in some way related to the value chain or the infrastructure sector. Various countries, including the United States, with the Foreign Corruption Practice Act, and the United Kingdom, with the British Bribery Act, have already strict legislation specifically aimed at corruption. In Brazil, Law 12846 of 2013, as well as the concept of plea bargain, have the potential to revolutionize the entire construction and infrastructure sector and even the country. In this workshop, renowned professionals will discuss best practices for the sector and how companies can be better prepared to face challenges with the public sector.

  • Rodrigo de Pinho Bertoccelli(President of IBDEE. Legal and Compliance Head at GS Inima Brasil)

  • Edgard Hermelino Leite Junior(Senior Partner of Edgard Leite Advogados Associados)

  • Augusto Neves Dal Pozzo(Partner of Dal Pozzo Advogados and professor of Administrative Law at PUC-SP)

  • 3:45 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break

  • 7:45 am - 8:45 pm

Accreditation

  • 8:45 am - 9:00 pm

Opening of the event

  • 9:00 am - 9:45 am

Ethics is precisely the actively of choosing the best among all the possible paths.

In the world of work and in life, we are constantly confronted with the need to choose. A successful life depends on the right choice of principles and values to follow. Ethics is precisely the actively of choosing the best among all the possible paths.

  • Clóvis de Barros Filho(Researcher and Lecturer at Espaço Ética)

  • 9:45 am - 11:00 am

The fight against corruption goes cross border. How does international cooperation among government agencies and nations work?

The year 2016 can be considered a milestone in the fight against corruption and enforcement in Brazil. We have seen major developments, especially in the prosecution of individual executives investigated for corruption, in other countries as well.

  • Torquato Jardim(Minister of Transparency, Supervision and Control of Brazil)

  • Vladimir Aras(Federal Prosecutor)

  • Leah Moushey(Associate | Miller & Chevalier Chartered)

  • 11:00 am - 11:15 am

Coffee break

  • 11:15 am - 12:00 am

The evolution of the fight against corruption in the world and in Brazil.

  • Patrick Moulette(Head of the Anti-Corruption Division in the OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs)

  • 12:00 am - 1:00 pm

The media’s balance in fighting corruption.

Between society’s pressure and due process of law, the media plays a key role in filtering information and reporting facts based not only on the desire for punishment, but also understanding due process of law.

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

  • Gabriel Baldocchi(Assistant editor at IstoÉ Dinheiro)

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

  • Carmela Borst(Vice President of Marketing, Oracle Latin America)

  • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Lunch

  • 2:00 am - 3:15 pm

Compliance Certifications and the challenge of proving the effectiveness of a compliance program.

Who would not like to have their work recognized? And when recognition involves such a sensitive and current topic in Brazil as ethics and the fight against corruption, it adds an even higher value. This panel will discuss the Pro-Ethics Seal, existing compliance certifications, and challenges of proving the effectiveness of a compliance program.

  • Caio Magri((Chief Executive Officer of Instituto Ethos)

  • Fernando Cevallos(Managing partner of the F&C Consulting Group and managing partner of LEC Mexico)

  • Wagner Giovanini(Partner of Compliance Total)

  • Alexandre Serpa(Compliance Officer at CVS Health - Drogaria Onofre)

  • Felipe Dantas(Anti-corruption/FCPA Compliance Officer at Walmart Brazil)

  • 3:15 pm- 4:30 pm

The current economic and political situation in Latin America and the challenge of managing a single compliance program at the regional level.

Corruption in Latin America is facilitated by reduced accountability, by scarce control mechanisms on governments and members of parliament, by the presence of neo-populist leaders, and by ineffective election financing rules. In this scenario, the panel will address the prospects for companies managing a single compliance program by 2020 and the search of alternatives to maintain business integrity.

  • Luís Fernando Radulov Queiroz((Legal and Integrity Vice President for South America, ABB Group)

  • Yoab Bitran(Head of LRN Latin America)

  • Gabriel Cecchini(Associate, Integrity & Reputation, Governance Latam)

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

  • 4:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Coffee break

  • 4:45 pm - 6:00 pm

Compliance Due Diligence in M&A Transactions

To discuss challenges, considerations, and risks encountered in Compliance Due Diligence in M&A transactions. The panel will discuss practical tips to conduct compliance due diligence testing, as well as ways to value those assets and mitigate associated risks. Best practices of effective integration of the target company’s compliance program and ethical matters.

  • Carlos Ayres(Compliance Partner of Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi Advogados law firm)

  • Rodrigo Cunha(Global Compliance Anheuser-Busch InBev)

  • Giovanni Falcetta(Compliance Partner of TozziniFreire Advogados law firm)

  • Luís Arthur Terra Alves(Senior Lawyer at Pinheiro Neto Advogados)

  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

How companies are developing reasonable metrics to measure the effectiveness of their compliance program

This panel will focus on discussing how government compliance expectations and FCPA enforcement actions have affected the metrics that have proven useful in the context of measuring compliance upgrades and culture changes. The effectiveness and shortfalls of certain metrics, such as communications, leadership, HR, innovation, job performance, accountability, mission, values, turnover, compliance spending, and representation of compliance staff in the C-Suite. How companies are using technologies, social media, and big data for measuring compliance and culture, measuring the ROI of their global anti-corruption compliance program and ethical culture.

  • Fernando Palma(Partner of Compliance Total)

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

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

  • 7:45 am - 8:45 pm

Accreditation

  • 8:45 am - 9:00 am

Opening of the event

  • 9:00 am - 10:15 am

Tone at The Top - The first ingredient in a compliance program

The Tone at the top sets an organization’s guiding values and ethical climate. Properly fed and nurtured, it is the foundation upon which the culture of an enterprise is built. Ultimately, it is the glue that holds an organization together. In this panel, you will have the opportunity to learn different ways how top management incorporates the culture of transparency and integrity into business operation.

  • Luiza Helena Trajano(Chair of the Board of Directors of Magazine Luiza)

  • Chieko Aoki(President of Blue Tree Hotels)

  • Carlos Santa Cruz(President of Bemis for Latin America)

  • Marcio Grossmann(Chief Executive Officer for South America, PPG)

  • 10:15 am - 10:30 am

Coffee break

  • 10:30 am - 11:45 am

External x Internal Audit x Compliance - How does this equation work?

How should the compliance department communicate and interact with external and internal auditors? What is the role of each in whistle-blowing, risk, fraud, and corruption? When should an internal investigation be referred to an external auditor? These and other matters will be addressed in this panel.

  • Idésio da Silva Coelho Júnior(President of Ibracon – Brazilian Independent Auditors Institute)

  • Lucia Casasanta(Compliance Officer at Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A. – Eletrobras)

  • Paula Oliveira Moreira(Internal Audit and SOX Compliance Officer, AES Brasil)

  • Viviane Ricci(Head of Risk Management, Ethical and Frauds Investigation Compliance and Internal Audit at Europ Assistance Brasil)

  • 11:45 am - 1:00 pm

Compliance investigations in Brazil’s new political environment.

There has been a dramatic increase in the need to conduct internal investigations, a trend driven mainly by the implementation of the New Brazilian Anti-Corruption Law, but also by the change in culture and awareness within large corporations. This panel will discuss, based on a case study, the challenges faced in handling compliance investigations aligned with Brazil’s new political environment.

  • Renato Tastardi Portella(Partner of Mattos Filho law firm)

  • Alessandra Gonsales(Founding Partner of LEC and Compliance Partner of W. Faria Advogados)

  • Reynaldo Goto(Compliance Officer at Siemens)

  • Michel Sancovski(Partner of Trench, Rossi e Watanabe Advogados law firm)

  • 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Lunch

  • 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Compliance in the World of Investment. How have the economic crises in recent years affected the relationship between investors and market players from the perspective of internal controls?

In an industry that has coped with internal control requirements since the 1929 crisis, what advances have been achieved over the past few decades? How did regulators react to the 2008 crisis, and how does that reaction affect the current situation? Money laundering rules, suitability, international requirements (Dodd Frank and AIFMD), and realistic controls have become part of the routine of market players. Compliance costs associated with those requirements have been a subject of debate, and the panel will raise relevant questions about the suitability of financial compliance programs to this new global reality.

  • Julia Duarte(Head of Regulatory and Legal Compliance at XP Investimentos)

  • Eduardo Pavia(Compliance Head and Legal Co-Head at Verde Asset)

  • Daniel Maeda((Institutional Investor Relations Officer at CVM)

  • Guilherme Cooke(Partner of Velloza & Girotto Advogados)

  • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

How to align compliance and labor laws?

This panel will discuss the following and other topics:
• In what circumstances is a company required to retain an employee, despite his conduct, and how to manage the associated risks?
• To address the limitations of foreign and Brazilian privacy laws about their ability to collaborate with the Government.
• Working with foreign agencies to deal with conflicts of laws.
• Compliance with labor laws (foreign and Brazilian) when deciding to terminate an employee.

  • Paula Czarnobai Cappello(Senior Legal Manager for Latin America at Sherwin Williams)

  • Cleber Izzo(Labor Relations Manager at Jaguar Land Rover Latin America and Caribbean)

  • Abhishek Bharti(International Civil Servant, IACA (UNODC, EU and OLAF ini))

  • Leonardo Mazzillo(Senior Partner of WFaria Advogados)

  • 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Coffee break

  • 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm

The impact of Compliance on individual criminal liability of corporate officers

The main topic of the panel is the impact that compliance and corporate governance rules may have on criminal liability of corporate officers for both acts committed by them and omission to prevent crimes related to the company’s business. Therefore, it will address not only direct liability of those players, but also liability arising from delegation, in which the compliance officer can fit.

  • Ilene Patrícia de Noronha Najjarian(Federal Attorney at the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission – CVM)

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

  • Disney Rosseti(Federal Police Commissioner)

  • Roberto Livianu(Public Prosecutor in São Paulo and President of Instituto Não Aceito Corrupção)


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