Go beyond your standard training presentation and join leading compliance officers and senior legal counsel as they provide insight and practical guidance for maximizing training efficacy. Dive-in to today’s most persistent challenges for ensuring a corporate culture that acknowledges the importance of training as well as valuable tools, techniques and practices for delivering successful training that resonates from the top-down. Featuring 30-minute “flash sessions” that will allow you to roll-up your sleeves, engage and share best practices in a small-group atmosphere.
Building Your Training Program
Chief Compliance Officer Paragon Offshore
Kartapurkh S. Khalsa
Senior Counsel & Director, Customs Compliance National Oilwell Varco
Sergio V. Leal
Chief Compliance Officer Layne Christensen
Senior Counsel Shell
Chief Compliance Officer and Assistant General Counsel McDermott International Inc.
Deputy Compliance Officer Hess Corporation
Setting the Tone: Creating a Corporate Culture that Embraces Anti-Corruption Training
Navigating Cultural and Language Barriers- Deploying Successful Anti-Corruption Compliance Training Abroad
Trends in Training- What New Technology, Strategies and Platforms to Embrace and What to Leave Behind
Executing and Maintaining Your Training Program
Training Fatigue- Best Practices for Avoiding Burn Out
Training on a Shoestring- Accessible and Effective Tools and Strategies for Any Size Budget
Testing your Program- Measuring the Effectiveness of your Program and Acting on the Results
Co-Chair’s Opening Address and Icebreaker
Senior Counsel Shell
Assistant General Counsel Halliburton
Oil and Gas Anti-Corruption Enforcement – An Interactive Dialogue with the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Current and Future Priorities
Chief- Strategy, Policy and Training Unit, Fraud Section, Criminal Division U.S. Department of Justice
Regional Director, Fort Worth Regional Office U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Fort Worth Regional Office
Principal Deloitte Advisory
The extractive industries remain the focus of enforcement activity throughout the world. Join representatives from the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission as they shed light into the various factors that lead to increased scrutiny as well as top priorities for the rest of 2016 and beyond, including the latest developments in whistleblower claims.
Audience members are welcomed to submit anonymous questions both onsite and in advance of the exchange.
Debunking Best-in-Class Compliance: Insider Views from theUnited States Attorney’s Office Southern District of Texas
Chief, Criminal Division U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas
What does an ideal anti-corruption compliance program look like? What internal policies and safeguards should be in place? Step into the shoes of a United States Attorney and hear first hand what the Southern District of Texas expects from a compliance program, including discussion on common best practices, pet peeves, pitfalls and red flags.
Keynote Address: State of the Industry- Prioritizing Anti-Corruption Compliance Amid Industry Turmoil
Chief Compliance Officer National Oilwell Varco
Lessons Learned: What Recent Oil and Gas Enforcement Can Teach Us
Group General Counsel Technip
Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Total Petrochemicals and Refining USA, Inc.
Associate General Counsel GE Oil and Gas
Join industry leaders as they engage in an interactive dialogue on the year’s most high profile investigations and share insights into common red flags that trigger Government enforcement. At the conclusion of the panel, attendees will be provided with an overview of lessons learned from these investigations as well as best practices and practical compliance tips for mitigating exposure to downstream liability and ensuring your company does not become the subject of an enforcement action.