6 June, The May Fair Hotel, London

Join us at London’s May Fair Hotel for the inaugural European Third Party Risk Management & Compliance Summit, on 6th June 2024.

Companies are under increasing pressure to implement and maintain a strong third-party risk management program while often grappling with limited resources. To help companies keep pace with regulatory developments and evolving best practices driving third-party due diligence, Ethixbase360 is delighted to introduce the European Third Party Risk Management & Compliance Summit, thoughtfully curated by industry thought leaders. Gain actionable insights on optimizing your due diligence program, benchmark with your peers from across the UK, Europe and beyond, and get an update on the latest compliance best practices.

Featuring senior business executives from across industry sectors, this event will provide you with practical guidance and an opportunity to enhance your expertise in third party risk management, compliance, and ethics. While there is no fee to attend, space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early to guarantee your seat.

Speakers will address a broad range of issues around third-party risk management and ESG ecosystems, including:

Structuring your program to address corruption, sanctions, modern slavery and other wider ESG risks
Navigating the global regulatory framework governing human rights compliance and ESG reporting obligations
Assessing third-party risk to optimize your due diligence program and capture non-traditional third-party and vendor relationships
Leveraging automation and AI to drive and scale your third-party risk management program while navigating drawbacks and overreliance issues

The Venue

Conveniently nestled into Stratton Street in London’s prestigious Mayfair district, the iconic May Fair Hotel combines historic style with modern conference facilities. Attentive staff and meticulous attention to detail promise a memorable conference experience for attendees.

Directions

The May Fair Hotel, Stratton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8LT
Nearest tube station: Green Park Tube

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Who should attend?

The European Third-Party Risk Management & Compliance Summit 2024 is the year’s compulsory event for senior business leaders and heads of risk, ethics, legal, ESG, audit and compliance, including:

  • Chief Compliance Officers/compliance head/
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Head of Procurement
  • TPRM Leads
  • Third party management leads
  • General Counsel
  • Ethics Directors
  • Due Diligence Directors
  • Third Party Risk Officer
  • ESG Officers

The event will conclude with a drinks reception providing an unrivalled opportunity to network with like-minded experts.

Who should attend?

European Third-Party Risk Management & Compliance Summit 2024 is the year’s compulsory networking event for senior business leaders and heads of risk, ethics, legal, ESG, audit and compliance including:

  • Chief Compliance Officers/compliance head/
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Head of Procurement
  • TPRM Leads
  • Third party management leads
  • General Counsel
  • Ethics Directors
  • Due Diligence Directors
  • Third Party Risk Officer
  • ESG Officers

The event will conclude with a complimentary drinks reception providing an unrivalled opportunity to network with like-minded experts in the sector.

High-calibre speakers from a range of disciplines and backgrounds will share their experience

Global Thought Leaders

Panels will feature global thought leaders on anti-bribery, ESG and third-party risk management.

In-house Compliance Professionals

Senior compliance executives from both global and mid-sized companies will participate in practical panel discussions.

Industry service providers

The event is supported by Ethixbase360 and other select leaders in TPRM and technology service providers with a focus on anti-bribery, modern slavery and human rights.

Our Speakers:

Mick Gallagher

Chief Investigator,
UK Serious Fraud Office

David Fuhr

Chief, FCPA Unit
U.S Department of Justice

Vanessa Hans

Head of Private Sector,
Basel Institute on Governance

Peter Sweetbaum

Chief Executive Officer,
Ethixbase360

Stuart Neely

Partner,
Norton Rose Fulbright

Janos Kuhn

Global Head of Customer and Third Party Compliance,
Ericsson

Celeste Lampiere

Head of Anti-Corruption & AML Compliance Program Design,
ENI

Anton Alferov

Regional Counsel for Europe,
Halliburton

Anne Vogdt

Head of Compliance & Data Protection,
FREENOW

Charles Duross

Partner,
Morrison & Foerster

Dominik Waszczynski

Head of Global Compliance,
Hellman Worldwide Logistics

Jonathan Fox

Group Head of Ethics & Compliance Programmes,
Entain

Kristy Renee Shires

Group Compliance Director,
Spectris

Sharon McGarrity

Legal Projects Manager,
Howden Group

Michelle de Kluyver

Partner,
Addleshaw Goddard

Rachel Lewis

Compliance Program Manager,
Seadrill UK

Simone Honig

Senior Associate,
NautaDutilh

Steven Frank

Director, Trust & Safety,
SiriusXM Pandora

Agenda

Time

Session

8:00 – 9:15 Continental Breakfast and Registration
9:15 – 9:20 Welcoming Remarks
Peter Sweetbaum, Chief Executive Officer, Ethixbase360
9:20 – 10:00 Keynote Address: UK Financial Crime Enforcement: The Changing Landscape and How Corporate Crime is Investigated and Prosecuted
Michael Gallagher, Chief Investigator, UK Serious Fraud Office
Michelle de Kluyver, Partner, Addleshaw Goddard – Moderator
10:00 – 11:00 Third-Party Due Diligence for Ethics and Compliance: How to Structure Your Program to Address Corruption, Sanctions, Modern Slavery and other Wider ESG Risks
Anton Alferov, Regional Counsel for Europe, Halliburton
Janos Kuhn, Global Head of Customer and Third Party Compliance, Ericsson
Celeste Lampiere, Head of Anti-Corruption & AML Compliance Program Design, ENI
Stuart Neely, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright – Moderator
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee and Networking Break
11:30 – 12:30 Leveraging Automation and AI to Drive and Scale Your Third-Party Risk Management Program While Navigating Drawbacks
Ted Datta, Senior Director, Head of Financial Crime Practice Group, Moody’s
Michael Gillett, Partner Technology Strategy Manager, Microsoft
Chris O’Brien, Product and Services Director, Advania UK
Anne Vogdt, Head of Compliance & Data Protection, FREENOW
Tristan Atkins, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Ethixbase360 – Moderator
12:30 – 13:00 CSRD Compliance in Practice: What You Need to Know
SPEAKER TBD, HSBC
Dominik Waszczynski, Head of Global Compliance, Hellman Worldwide Logistics
Simone Honig, Senior Associate, NautaDutilh – Moderator
13:00 – 14:00 Networking Luncheon
14:00 – 14:45 The U.S. DOJ and SEC on Enforcement of the FCPA and Expectations for Third Party Risk Management
Charles Cain, Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission
David Fuhr, Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Department of Justice
Charles Duross, Partner, Morrison & Foerster – Moderator
14:45 – 15:15 Strategies for Effective Corporate Climate Governance
Yves Hayaux-du-Tilly L., Partner, Nader, Hayaux & Goebel
Member, Governing Board, The Climate Governance Initiative
15:15 – 15:45 Coffee and Networking Break
15:45 – 16:30 Assessing Third-Party Risk to Optimize Your Due Diligence Program and Capture Non-Traditional Third-Party Vendor Relationships
Jonathan Fox, Group Head of Ethics & Compliance Programmes, Entain
Steven Frank, Director, Trust & Safety, SiriusXM Pandora
Ashley Kopacki, Vice President, Global Banking – ESG Solutions, HSBC
Martin Devenish, Board Director, S-RM – Moderator
16:30 – 17:15 Collective Action: Elevating Due Diligence Standards and Third-Party Compliance with a Collaborative Approach
Rachel Lewis, Compliance Program Manager, Seadrill UK
Sharon McGarrity, Legal Projects Manager, Howden Group
Kristy Renee Shires, Group Compliance Director, Spectris
Vanessa Hans, Head of Private Sector, Basel Institute on Governance – Moderator
17:15 Closing Remarks
17:15 – 18:30  Networking Reception, Drinks & Canapes
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