SCCE Conference Slides and Recordings

  1. Shifting the Conversation with the Board post-COVID

    2020 Europe Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Sally March, Jane Mitchell  | October 02, 2020 

    • Focus on outcomes, including one of the most important outcomes – psychological safety

    • Collaborate to get a broader view of culture and quality and agility of decision-making

    • Shift the conversation to one that puts culture at the heart of business success

  2. The Practical Value and Limits for Compliance of the Three Lines of Defense Model

    2020 Europe Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Gabe Shawn Varges  | October 02, 2020 

    • Understand how organizational approach can affect compliance impact

    • Learn how to extract value out of and go beyond the Three Lines of Defense model, including by leveraging the relationship with other functions

    • Explore how these issues are playing out during COVID-19

  3. Business vs. Private Ethics: Does Such a Distinction Exist or Even Make Sense?

    2020 Europe Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Hugh Penri-Williams  | October 02, 2020 

    • Understand the arguments put forth by some that a distinction can and does exist between an individual’s ethical approach to matters in their business when compared with their private spheres

    • Learn why such arguments are not credible and could even be used to justify certain kinds of organisational (mis)behaviour

    • Identify practical implications resulting from this diagnosis for compliance and ethics professionals

  4. Compliance Effectiveness: What is Our New Scope Having Come Through the Pandemic? Is it Now Data Analytics, Metrics, Business Intelligence, Ethics, or All of the Above?

    2020 Europe Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Susan Du Becker  | October 02, 2020 

    • How to realign your focus and ensure the Compliance path you take adds real value

    • What is effectiveness? Examples and stories about moving from the old to the new that show growth

    • What does effectiveness mean to me? How to overlay ethical concerns with actual data

    • How does one build on the business? Demonstrating thought leadership with real-time delivery

  5. Compliance Issues from the Pandemic: Work from Home, Return to Work and Hybrid Working

    2020 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Jonathan Armstrong, Andre Bywater  | September 30, 2020 

    • GDPR, Data Protection and Privacy (including the challenges of health checks and data on employee wellbeing)

    • The increase in bribery and corruption cases and what you can do to reduce risk

    • The need to manage new third-party risks and the impact on modern slavery and supply chain issues

  6. Mutual Moral Deferment: "Law & Economics" Changes the Role of Law in Organizational Ethics

    2020 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Riaz Tejani  | September 23, 2020 

    • An overview of three recent corporate ethics cases and the role lawyers played in their unfolding

    • A brief history of the Law and Economics movement in the United States and its current state of the art

    • An explanation of the changes Law and Economics have wrought in the landscape for business law and ethics today

  7. Compliance in Russia: Enforcement Trends and Best Practices in the Challenging Post-Soviet Environment

    2020 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Hannes Lubitzsch  | September 21, 2020 

    • Lessons learned from recent Russian anti-bribery enforcement, including new liability risks for foreign companies

    • Best practices for compliance programs in Russian organizations, taking into account legislative developments

    • What are the main pitfalls when conducting corporate investigations in the Russian environment?

  8. Bringing Effective Ethics and Compliance Training to a Multi-Generational Workforce

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Lea Williams  | September 16, 2020 

    • How to share a consistent message with a diverse multi-generational workforce. Adult learners require training that is tailored to the adult learner

    • Why utilizing multiple training platforms is more effective than trying to shoehorn your workforce into a one size fits all training. Different generations require an approach that reaches out to them

    • Learn from my mistakes and successes. There is no perfect solution but follow along and avoid reinventing the wheel

  9. Coming into a Crisis Situation: Surviving, Transforming, and Finding the Opportunities

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Martha Cummings  | September 16, 2020 

    • Evaluating the crisis: Root causes, current impacts, potential further impacts. Is there anything good here?

    • Getting buy-in and changing people or changing (out) people

    • Moving forward (and on the to the next crisis!)

  10. What Compliance Professionals Need to Know about Privacy & Cybersecurity Law

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Elliott Siebers, Laurel Burke, Leona Lewis  | September 16, 2020 

    • Provide a general overview of the various privacy and cybersecurity laws that may impact ethics and compliance

    • Discuss how to interact with internal personnel to address the ethics and compliance risks that may arise under various laws

    • Provide guidance on managing security incidents and interacting with regulatory agencies that enforce privacy and cybersecurity laws

  11. Conducting Thorough Corporate Investigations: Don't Get Lost in the Data

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Brian Mich  | September 16, 2020 

    • What does a strategic investigative framework look like? We'll discuss key considerations for establishing a strong investigation and right-sizing your response to maximize effort and resources

    • How to focus your resources on what matters most: Navigating privacy considerations, preserving evidence and accounting for regional nuance

    • Leverage data analytics to help focus and streamline your investigation - eliminate irrelevant documents and false positives while clustering and visualizing evidence of interest

  12. Crisis and Compliance: Maintaining Oversight and Corporate Culture During the Pandemic

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Eric Feldman  | September 16, 2020 

    • Identify current challenges and practical responses to help organizations maintain the effectiveness of their ethics and compliance programs during the current pandemic crisis

    • Explore the challenges and risks facing companies as they try to maintain a strong corporate culture in a remote working environment

    • Discover some of the key compliance program elements described in the revised DOJ program evaluation guidance that require additional attention as we navigate through "the new normal"

  13. Crystal Gazer, Magical Man: Tell the Future of Compliance, If You Can

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Louis Perold, Paul Zietsman, Denis Jacob  | September 16, 2020 

    • Compliance by Design: Utilizing strategic thinking to position compliance as an integral part of the business from the very beginning or conception phase of projects/products/services, instead of an afterthought

    • Technology: Understanding the different emerging technologies (e.g. block chain, machine learning) and how it can be applied to avoid the trap of mere incremental improvements

    • Positioning: Where and how should the compliance function be positioned in the future? What’s the profile of the compliance professional for those future needs?

  14. ERM and Compliance: A Preview of Soon-to-be Released Guidance from SCCE and COSO

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Daniel Roach, Urton Anderson  | September 16, 2020 

    • Apply the COSO Enterprise Risk Management framework to the management of compliance risk

    • Map the elements of an effective compliance and ethics program to ERM

    • Understand how to apply the soon-to-be-published guidance from COSO authored by SCCE

  15. Effective E&C Risk Management Practice: Program Essentials and Core Practice Considerations

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Greg Triguba, Virginia MacSuibhne  | September 16, 2020 

    • Gain a deeper understanding of the basic roles, resources, and fundamentals necessary to facilitate and manage an effective ethics and compliance risk management program

    • Explore the challenges planning considerations and strategic solutions for implementing and leading effective ethics and compliance risk assessment processes

    • Consider outcomes derived from basic risk assessment findings and explore opportunities to use this valuable information to prioritize and build strategic plans for effective management and mitigation

  16. Effective Partnership Strategies with Your Board of Directors

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): John Fons, Michael Volkov  | September 16, 2020 

    • Chief Compliance Officers must develop an effective working relationship with its Board of Directors to ensure that the company's compliance program has adequate authority, resources and independence

    • Recent court decisions -- Marchand v. Barnhill and Clovis Oncology, Inc. Derivative Litigation -- have increased risks for individual Board member liability; as a result, CCOs must train board members on proper oversight and monitoring functions

    • Given this new environment, this session will identify positive strategies to increase board engagement, ensure effective reporting, and increase overall board support of the compliance function

  17. Expanding into the Federal Marketplace: Compliance Issues to Consider When Doing Business with the Government

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Robert Wagman, Matthew Nielsen  | September 16, 2020 

    • Through this session, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the compliance requirements for doing business with the government, including the mandatory disclosure obligations in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)

    • We will discuss the unique risks that primarily commercial companies face -- and the best ways those risks can be addressed -- when doing business with the government while expanding into the federal marketplace

    • The session will also cover recent developments, best practices and practical steps for structuring and maintaining an effective compliance program that complies with the FAR

  18. Polishing Your Investigation Skills, Part I

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Albert Gagne  | September 16, 2020 

    • Discuss common investigation scenarios you are likely to encounter and how to respond correctly

    • Sharpen some important investigation skills that are key to your success as an investigator

    • Learn how to avoid some pitfalls that can jeopardize your success

    • Focus your investigations on business insights, as well as misconduct, to contribute to the success of your organization

  19. From Paper to Practice: Best Practices for Compliance Professionals to Collaborate with Tech Teams and Monitor Data Regulatory Compliance

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Martha Lackritz-Peltier, Whittney Tom  | September 16, 2020 

    • As the compliance/legal focal point responsible for monitoring your company's data regulatory compliance, learn best practices when working with your tech team on data management. Come away with a foundational glossary of terms for you to use

    • Recent legal cases studies in the U.S., as well as outside the U.S., in countries with new and emerging data privacy laws, and lessons learned

    • Peer-to-peer knowledge sharing on how companies work to comply with ever-evolving privacy and data security regulations. Come ready to participate in small group discussions and activities!

  20. How to Promote and Reinforce Your Company's Values Through an Ambassador Program

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): James Shotwell, Michael Chinn, Toni-Lynne Langeveld  | September 16, 2020 

    • Want to start an ambassador program at your company, but don't know where to start? In this session, learn how to garner leadership support for your program, select the right ambassadors, and engage them through meaningful dialogue, tools and resources

    • How can you promote an ethical and compliant culture? Start an ambassador program! In this session, learn what it takes to start a program from the ground up and sustain it with the right people to reinforce behaviors you want your employees to embody

    • Want to reinvent your ambassador program to promote a values-based culture? Learn how SCE transformed its Ethics Ambassador Program to its current Values Ambassador Program and the impact its ambassadors have had on fostering a positive work environment

  21. How to Reach Your Global Workforce

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Suzan McGinnis, Rachel Batykefer  | September 16, 2020 

    • Hear from practitioners at global corporations about their challenges and solutions

    • Learn how and when to develop a single messaging solution - and when to differentiate

    • See examples of creativity that reach workforces around the globe

  22. Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Joel-lyn McCormick  | September 16, 2020 

    • A discussion of what prosecutors review and consider when determining whether to charge a corporate entity. The presentation will discuss the federal principles of prosecution of business organizations and corporate management

    • Application of sentencing guidelines will focus on what features within a compliance program are most favorable to the corporation under the advisory sentencing guidelines

    • Building a prosecution-proof Compliance Program: This part of the presentation will provide an interactive exercise for participants to outline and develop a model compliance program

  23. Large-Scale Investigations in Multinational Companies

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Katarzyna Golonka, Jannica Houben  | September 16, 2020 

    • Discuss various aspects of internal investigations; from planning through assembling the investigative team and designing investigative steps to interviews, reporting and discipline

    • A comprehensive analysis of the investigation process, offering the perspectives of both a lawyer/compliance officer and an external forensic expert/fraud investigator

    • Practical examples and mini case studies, including for areas such as interviews, data capture and analysis and the investigative team

  24. Managing Investigations Before They Start: Organizing an Effective Investigation Process through Thoughtful Preparation

    2020 Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI)  | Presenter(s): Michael Ortwein, Marianne Ibrahim, Danield Wendt  | September 16, 2020 

    • Key investments to make when starting or revamping an investigation process for multinational companies

    • Improving investigation policies and procedures during quiet times, including guidelines for preparing reports, reviewing findings across functions, and deciding on remediation and discipline

    • Managing external counsel, forensic accountants, ediscovery vendors, and other providers across multiple jurisdictions before issues arise