SCCE Conference Slides and Recordings

  1. Best Practices in Third Party Risk Management

    2021 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Patrick Wellens  | April 28, 2021 

    • Key Challenges/opportunities when implementing a third party due diligence system

    • Project (implementation) team

    • Project scope

    • Integration with other systems

    • Escalation and extended risk assessments

    • Supplier questionnaires vs external databases

    • Ownership of third party risk

  2. Anti-Bribery Risk Assessments: Measuring Business Bribery Risk, Updating Procedures

    2021 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Alexandra Wrage, Dan Seltzer  | April 13, 2021 

    • How to scope a global risk assessment and identify your most significant risk areas

    • Developing an effective workplan for conducting risk assessments, mapping risks, and updating procedures to detect new vulnerabilities

    • Executing a plan to mitigate issues identified via risk assessment and updating procedures

  3. Building Governance Frameworks for Better Compliance

    2021 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Alberto Melgoza  | April 08, 2021 

    • What is a governance framework?

    • Understanding the relevance of a governance framework from the perspective of: risk, climate (communication & trust), accountability, ethics (values & decision making) and behavior (conduct)

    • How to develop a governance framework that allows for effective compliance, and in consequence lesser liability

    • Who is accountable for the governance framework? Why?

    • Consequences of not designing and implementing a proper governance framework

    • Examples of liabilities for not having nor complying with the governance framework

  4. Developing Laws and Regulations on Data Processing, Data Sharing, and International Data Transfers

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Robert Bond  | March 26, 2021 

    • Transparency and accountability for processing personal information

    • Privacy impact assessments and data sharing contracts

    • International data transfer rules in not only the European Union, but other jurisdictions

  5. Presence: In Your Job, in Yourself, and in Your Compliance Career

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Mary Shirley, Barbara Boehler  | March 26, 2021 

    • Self-Branding and self-promotion: Most of us find the idea of self-promotion to be awkward and a turn off. We will cover why it’s important despite that and some tips on how to easily work on your professional image and gaining exposure

    • Presentation skills as a compliance officer: Tips for presenting with confidence in compliance training and to senior management with an angle on maximizing impact in a virtual world

    • Presenting yourself as a stand out compliance candidate: We go over the common pitfalls in compliance LinkedIn profiles and resumes to help you put your best foot forward in a competitive environment

  6. Risk Assessment and Management: Strategic Driver of an Effective Ethics & Compliance Program (2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference)

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Debra Sabatini Hennelly  | March 26, 2021 

    • Why (and how) risk assessment/management is a key tool for engaging colleagues across the organization

    • Getting started (hint: you can’t “boil the ocean”... )

    • The leadership and culture aspects of risk assessment

  7. SolarWinds Attack, Cybersecurity, and Compliance

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Matt Kelly, Daniel Ayala, Desarie Green  | March 26, 2021 

    • A review of what happened in the SolarWinds attack and how

    • The cybersecurity imperatives that will arise as a consequence of the attack, and specifically, the heightened attention around the “software supply chain”

    • What compliance officers should anticipate for third-party risk management, breach disclosure, and internal controls to avoid a repeat of such disasters

  8. The Role of Compliance in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Alison Taylor, Rebecca Rehm  | March 26, 2021 

    • Level setting: What is ESG, and how does it relate to sustainability?

    • The convergence of compliance and ESG and the emerging role of compliance

    • Disclosure requirements and frameworks for key ESG topics, including Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  9. Whistleblower Legislation: What's New and What That Means for Organizations

    2021 SCCE Boston Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference  | Presenter(s): Samantha Feinstein, Vigjilenca Abazi  | March 26, 2021 

    • What is new and upcoming whistleblower legislation?

    • What do organizations need to do in reaction to this legislation?

    • How do organizations create a culture that prevents retaliation?

  10. The Growing Importance of Data Analytics & Data Visualization for E&C Professionals

    2021 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Tanja Gromadzki  | March 24, 2021 

    • Data analytics & data visualization: What is the hype all about?

    • How can I incorporate data visualization into my E&C program?

    • Suggestions for using data to continue driving program effectiveness

  11. Antitrust Compliance 2.0: Tackling the Toughest Parts of the DOJ Compliance Program Guidance (2021 Web Conference)

    2021 SCCE Web Conference  | Presenter(s): Pedro de la Torre, Marvin Price, Douglas Tween  | March 18, 2021 

    • Examine in detail the latest U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division compliance guidance

    • Understand the DOJ’s expectations with respect to risk assessments, auditing and monitoring, information exchange, and tracking competitor contacts

    • Learn evolving competition compliance best practices, as well as tips and tools from in-house experts and former enforcers to manage risk

  12. Crisis Management: Practical Tips for the Compliance Professional When it Goes Wrong

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Jonathan Armstrong, Kevin Paterson, Mary Shirley  | March 17, 2021 

    • Learn how companies face more crisis than ever before, in part due to increased public appetite for bad news, increased powers for regulators, and greater shareholder interest in compliance events, and how compliance professionals should be a key part of the response team

    • Listen to three leading experts with experience handling crisis around the world discuss the role of the compliance officer when things go wrong

    • Practical tips to help you when a crisis hits your organization

  13. Crisis or Opportunity for Corporate Culture? Implications for Why and How Ethics and Compliance Should Thrive in This Evolving World

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Sally March, Ruth Steinholtz, Robert W. Smith, Jane Mitchell  | March 17, 2021 

    • Assess culture and use the information to build new paradigms

    • Shift role of functions, including E&C, to more collaborative work focused on corporate purpose

    • Help leaders better communicate in a time when new working practices demand quality leadership

  14. Culture Wars: Ethics and Compliance From Both Sides of the Atlantic

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Ann Sultan, Anna Romberg  | March 17, 2021 

    • How can companies leverage the formal and informal parts of compliance and ethics programs to drive change and compliance throughout their multinational organizations? Lessons learned from in-house and external counsel involved in large FCPA resolutions

    • How are cultural differences and approaches reflected in guidance from enforcement authorities and what does this mean for companies facing or potentially facing enforcement action in multiple jurisdictions?

    • US and European approaches to ethics and compliance often differ in key ways. How can multinational companies take into account these differences in their global compliance programs?

  15. Small Business Compliance and the Ethics of Third-Party Due Diligence

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Balazrs Kis  | March 17, 2021 

    • Understand how small businesses face the need for a compliance program through corporate customers

    • Become aware that corporate customers impose requirements that small teams lack resources to address

    • Learn about challenges and opportunities of creating compliance programs in small businesses

  16. Driving Shared Responsibility and Accountability Through an Ethics Elephant Programme

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Rozlyn Spinks  | March 17, 2021 

    • Engage your workforce using psychological behaviour lessons with employee modeling of good practice

    • Find balance in the speak-up process to manage reporter and stakeholder risk

    • Embrace challenges from the COVID-19 environment: Lessons learned and positive response measures

  17. How the New ISO 37301 Will Help Compliance Officers: Compliance by Design, Not by Disaster

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Prof. Hernan Huwyler  | March 17, 2021 

    • Uses and implications for the new ISO 37301 on compliance management systems

    • Practical tips for preparing to meet the new requirements to certify compliance programs

    • Examples to demonstrate compliance with the standard

  18. How to Influence Culture and Behavior as an Ethics and Compliance Officer

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Geert Vermeulen, Susanne Hafkamp, Marlene Jans  | March 17, 2021 

    • Why is it important that ethics and compliance officers help management influence culture and behavior?

    • How can we do that? Presentation of a toolbox containing 45 tools to influence culture and behavior

    • Practice with one or two tools

  19. How to Survive a Monitor in a Time of Economic Crisis: Tips from Around the World

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Maria Lancri, Peter Skinner, Eric Feldman  | March 17, 2021 

    • Identify significance of the changes contained in DOJs June 2020 revisions to the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs guidance

    • Explore regulator expectations for modifying your E&C program to reflect changing risks during the global pandemic

    • Learn why now is the optimal time to obtain an independent assessment of your E&C program

  20. Speak Plainly and Carry a Big Stick: Investigations, Discipline, and the Evolution of Your Compliance Program

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Krista Muszak, Louis Perold, Art Weiss  | March 17, 2021 

    • Investigations: Discuss struggles and strategies of investigations. How do you adjust your risk assessments due to investigation outcomes?

    • Discipline: Brainstorm forms of discipline and how to use these cases to communicate the “lessons learned.” What do you do when there is pressure to not discipline?

    • Evolution: Responding, reporting, and remediation. How do you use your investigation reports and discipline outcome to inform and evolve your program?

  21. The Road to Eldorado: Supercharge Third-Party Due Diligence with Financial Statements

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Paul Zietsman, Gerry Zack  | March 17, 2021 

    • Learn how audited financial statements play a vital role by providing a sneak preview of the inner workings of a third party, even before it is onboarded

    • Discover the anti-bribery path through the maze of financial statements and learn the fine art of making the financial statements do the talking when assessing third-party risks

    • Discover a cost-efficient way to combine financial statement analysis with analytical tools that will give you superpowered reports that can be presented to your board, as well as to the authorities

  22. What is the Future of Cybercompliance When the World Has Fragmented into Different Data Jurisdictions?

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): James Owen, Stina Connor  | March 17, 2021 

    • Understand how digital connectivity is accelerating disruptive attacks on critical infrastructure

    • Manage the implications of more protectionism in the creation and trade of software and hardware

    • Examine the impact of diverging regulatory approaches to data privacy and data security

  23. Conducting Cross-Border Internal Investigations

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Melina Llodra, Mariana Idrogo  | March 17, 2021 

  24. Boeing's 737 MAX: A Trifecta of Ethics and Compliance Failures

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Michael Fricke  | March 17, 2021 

    • How Boeing's organizational culture stifled concerns about safety and ethical behavior

    • How regulatory and compliance failures turned a surmountable challenge into a global disaster

    • How ethical leaders use moral imagination to take ownership of challenges

  25. Proactive Management of International Third-Party Integrity and Corruption Risks

    9th Annual Virtual European Compliance & Ethics Institute  | Presenter(s): Steven Pegg, Mimi Kind, Thad Coackley  | March 17, 2021 

    • Explore the integrity and corruption risks posed by third parties and show that history has a habit of repeating itself with resultant impacts to organisations’ reputations and financial/criminal sanctions

    • Show how a proactive compliance approach combining due diligence monitoring with annual values-based ethics and anti-corruption training of third parties globally can significantly reduce the integrity and corruption risk

    • Through audience participation, identify the legal, cultural, and geographic challenges of managing multiple third parties globally as well as approaches used to address this