2023 Europe Ethics & Compliance Forum – Registration Now Open6 HOUR(S) | NOVEMBER, 7, 2023 - NOVEMBER 8, 2023 | 2:00 PM-5:00 PM | CET
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NOVEMBER, 7, 2023
2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Get To Know Our Speakers
Senior Culture Analyst
Senior Associate, Berlin
Global Head of Compliance & Data Privacy
Regional Legal Compliance Director, Europe
Vice President Global Compliance & Ethics
Chief Compliance Officer and Deputy General Counsel
Bo van Zeeland
GM, Chief Counsel Compliance, Trade & Litigation Legal Affairs
Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Legal, Governance and Security
Vice President, Corporate Secretary and General Counsel EMEA
Allianz Life Insurance Company
Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Ethics & Compliance Lead, Mobile Networks, TECH & Europe
Global head -Investigations, Healthcare Assurance, Trade Compliance & BCH
Director Legal Compliance EMEA
Dr. Jens Hackl
Chief Privacy and Information GRC Officer
Head of Group Ethics Program
VP, Associate General Counsel, Integrity, Governance, Risk & Compliance
Director, Shared Expertise & Strategic Projects
Europe Ethics & Compliance Forum
The Business of Ethics and Compliance & Its Influence on Company Strategy and Results
Welcome Remarks: 2:00 pm -2:10 pm
Ethics and compliance touch all aspects of a business, and as such they should impact an organization’s goals and initiatives. Ethics and compliance leaders should build relationships across the Board and C-Suite to showcase the value of their function and be a key player in achieving business results. In this session, hear from panelists on how to get a seat at the table for business strategy,creating visibility for ethics and compliance, and how you can position ethics and compliance as a driver for setting business goals.
Combatting Greenwashing: Risk Mitigation, Increasing Enforcement, and Creating Transparency
As ESG rises to the forefront for companies across the globe, the risk of greenwashing rises as well. InMarch 2023, the EU proposed rules to combat greenwashing and misleading environmental claimsthat aim to give consumers clarity and level the playing field for information around environmentalperformance. In this session, panelists will discuss how they address new reporting requirements andincreased enforcement, building ESG into their risk mitigation process, and how to createtransparency around ESG goals without being misleading.
Strengthening Human Rights Due Diligence in the Supply Chain
Governments and organizations across the globe have been working to strengthen human rights and fair labor practices in supply chains. In response, multiple countries have passed new legislation mandating increased supply chain due diligence, including Germany, France, The United Kingdom, and The Netherlands, in an effort to push for a more responsible supply chain. In this session, learn about addressing challenges around complying with varying regulations, how panelist organizations are increasing due diligence efforts for their third-party supply chain partners, and how to address ethical labor issues to mitigate risk.
Closing Remarks Day 1
Networking Day 1
Leadership’s Role in Driving Company Culture & Building Trust
Welcome Remarks Day 2: 2:00 pm-2:10 pm
Culture is an important ingredient in determining the success of an organization. Investors and other stakeholders are asking more about an organization’s culture and ethics in terms of risk mitigation and the ability to capitalize on opportunities. Leaders and managers play a huge role in influencing the culture at an organization and building trust with employees. In this session, hear from panelists on creating a safe and open culture and work environment, strengthening culture through transparency and storytelling, fostering trust with employees, and driving accountability.
The Intersection of Investigations & Data Privacy: Addressing Cross-Border Investigations Challenges
Collecting data and information is critical for conducting investigations. However, this can raise issues when conducting global investigations or investigations in a different region, specifically around data privacy and cross-border data transfers. Some countries have restrictions on the type of data that can be transferred outside the region or may have localization requirements. These can create challenges when conducting global investigations. In this session, panelists will discuss how to address cross-border data transfer issues, protecting data during global investigations, and navigating regional legal requirements.
Where is the Line? Creating Policies and Guidelines for the Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence is a hot button issue for organizations around the globe. With the rise of tools like Chat GPT and the increased use of artificial intelligence across industries, there is a need for guidance on how to utilize artificial intelligence ethically and how to mitigate bias. In this session, learn where to look to determine internal usage guidelines, how to take into account stakeholder views and expectations, and steps to building a policy around the ethical use of artificial intelligence.
Closing Remarks Day 2