Day 1 - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

7:30
Registration Begins
8:30
Co-Chairs Opening Remarks
8:45
Anti-Corruption Compliance Syllabus – Hallmarks of a Robust Anti-Corruption Compliance Program
9:45
Now Can You Identify a Government Official? – Debating U.S. v. Esquenazi
10:30
Networking Coffee/Tea Break
10:45
Case Studies in Third-Party Due Diligence: What Truly Matters When Evaluating and Vetting Brokers, Distributors, Agents, and Other Intermediaries
11:45
Government Roundtable: SEC and DOJ Discuss Current FCPA Violations and International Money Transfer Trends
12:30
Networking Luncheon for Attendees and Speakers
1:30
Keynote Address – Enforcement of Brazil’s Clean Companies Act
1:45
Conducting an Effective Anti-Corruption Risk Assessment: How to Determine Your Risk Profile and Design the Right Internal Controls
2:45
What’s Happening in the LATAM Region? Detecting Recent Corruption Schemes in Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico
3:45
Afternoon Break
4:00
AML Toolkit – Integrating Anti-Money Laundering Protocols in Your Anti-Corruption Compliance Program
4:45
Preventing Gift, Entertainment, and Hospitality Trip Wires: Current Trends and Non-Cash Gifts that Could Put Your Company at Risk
5:30
Miami Mojito Mixer for Attendees and Speakers

Day 2 - Thursday, October 16, 2014

8:45
Co-Chairs Opening Remarks
8:50
Deciphering the FCPA Books and Records Provision – How to Make Sure Your Books and Records Stand Up to Government Scrutiny
9:50
How to Prepare Your Team for an Internal Investigation? How to Thoroughly Scope Your Action Plan to Avoid Common Pitfalls and Costly Mistakes
11:00
Networking Coffee/Tea Break
11:15
Considerations of Making Voluntary Disclosures to the Government – Whether, When, and How Whistleblower Trends May Change the Decision-Making Process
12:15
View from the White Collar Bar: How Directors and Officers Can Be Held Liable for Corruption Violations
1:00
Networking Luncheon for Attendees and Speakers
2:15
How Multilateral Development Banks are Enforcing Anti-Corruption Measures in Latin America: Penalties, Sanctions, and Debarment
3:00
M&A Case Study on Latin Node Inc. Case: Pre-Acquisition Due Diligence – How to Get Your Target Ready
3:45
Afternoon Refreshment Break
4:00
How to Minimize Political Contribution and Sponsorship Risks in LATAM – Do’s and Dont’s
4:45
Interactive Town Hall: Building a Culture of Compliance – How to Increase Employee Engagement and Train Your Employees and Third Parties
5:30
Conference Ends

Day 2 - Thursday, October 16, 2014

8:45
Co-Chairs Opening Remarks

Antonio Caram
Regional Director, Business Practices & Compliance
Johnson & Johnson

Jacqueline Becerra
Shareholder
Greenberg Traurig LLP

8:50
Deciphering the FCPA Books and Records Provision – How to Make Sure Your Books and Records Stand Up to Government Scrutiny
9:50
How to Prepare Your Team for an Internal Investigation? How to Thoroughly Scope Your Action Plan to Avoid Common Pitfalls and Costly Mistakes
11:00
Networking Coffee/Tea Break
11:15
Considerations of Making Voluntary Disclosures to the Government – Whether, When, and How Whistleblower Trends May Change the Decision-Making Process
12:15
View from the White Collar Bar: How Directors and Officers Can Be Held Liable for Corruption Violations
1:00
Networking Luncheon for Attendees and Speakers
2:15
How Multilateral Development Banks are Enforcing Anti-Corruption Measures in Latin America: Penalties, Sanctions, and Debarment

Michael Parini
Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel Chief Litigation Counsel
Pfizer Inc

Catherine Kassenoff
Executive Counsel and Executive Director
Boehringer Ingelheim USA Corp

3:00
M&A Case Study on Latin Node Inc. Case: Pre-Acquisition Due Diligence – How to Get Your Target Ready
3:45
Afternoon Refreshment Break
4:00
How to Minimize Political Contribution and Sponsorship Risks in LATAM – Do’s and Dont’s
4:45
Interactive Town Hall: Building a Culture of Compliance – How to Increase Employee Engagement and Train Your Employees and Third Parties
5:30
Conference Ends