Compliance Agenda 2018
Integrated compliance – risk, governance and technology
For a fifth consecutive year, we are inviting compliance and risk leaders to discuss new trends within compliance. New regulations are adding to the pressure of working consistently and effectively. With this in mind, Compliance 2.0 seems to be the only way forward.
1432 København, Denmark
27 September 2018, 8:00 - 13:00
About Compliance Agenda 2018
Compliance professionals are constantly under pressure to deliver against mounting difficulties: Regulation is piling up, requirements from stakeholders are getting stricter and the pace of change in business models is unprecedented. This is in the form of business ethics, corruption, fraud, AML, GDPR, MiFID, etc. and new ways of coping with these must be deployed before compliance complexity becomes a risk in itself.
This year, Deloitte wants to bring you insights from leading compliance and risk figures that are harnessing the lessons from first generation compliance programmes and the process of adapting in order to make an impact. From low tech to high tech, from compliance-siloed activities to compliant business processes, and from reactive to proactive; we want to present you with strategies and tactics from professionals that have done this before and are keen to try new solutions.
This event is for compliance and risk leaders that want to be inspired and challenged to undertake compliance in a way that creates insight, results and a lasting impact.
Our speakers come from different business sectors – med-tech, services, technology, and finance amongst others, and we will discuss ethical culture, third party due diligence, risk assessment, continuous monitoring and compliant banking.
If you have any questions, please contact: Tommaso Di Carlo, +45 60 62 75 74, firstname.lastname@example.org.
08:30 – 08:50:
Thomas Brun, Managing Partner in Deloitte: Welcome and program
08:50 – 09:20:
Bjørn Raasteen, Group General Counsel, ISS: "The compliance journey at ISS – going from a reactive approach to a proactive approach making compliance a value proposition for ISS and its customer"
09:20 – 09:50:
Casper Venbjerg Hansen, Compliance Officer Emerging Markets & Global Operation, Coloplast
"Data driven risk assessment – Get inspiration on how companies can implement a risk-based compliance program that is anchored and customized globally and nationally"
09:50 – 10:20:
Ole Buhl, Head of ESG & Vice President Investments, ATP Denmark
"Investments – An investor's view on companies' compliance efforts"
10:20 – 10:40:
10:40 – 11:20:
Claus Richter, Head of TxB Solutions, Nordea
"Taking the lead with open banking; Turning legal requirements into new business opportunities with PSD2”
11:20 – 11:50:
Alina Popadyuk, Partner, Deloitte Russia
"Eastern European region: compliance culture, tone at the top and common mistakes of the compliance officer”
11:50 – 12:20
Gareth Greenwood, Director, Deloitte UK (TBC)
“Leveraging Technology to increasing efficiency of the compliance function – The business case for implementing RegTech”
12:20 – 12:30
Thomas Brun, Deloitte: Closing remarks
12:30 – 13:00