1 GLOBAL ISSUES, LOCAL PERSPECTIVES DELEGATE BENEFITS Hear from leading multinational companies sharing insight on leadership and reputation Listen in as senior executives share their views on governance, ethics and leadership Network with leading local practitioners Find out what s working and what s not with Brazil s Clean Company Act Get practical advice on structuring compliance departments and programs Understand the government s view on the compliance and corruption landscape, and emerging approaches to enforcement WHEN June 17-18, 2015 Starting at 9:00 am WHERE Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Belmond Copacabana Palace
2 JOIN SENIOR EXECUTIVES AND TOP GOVERNANCE PRACTITIONERS AT THE PREMIER LATIN AMERICA ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE EVENT On June 17-18, 2015, the Ethisphere Institute will host the second anual Latin America Ethics Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil offering delegates a local perspective on global issues. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? KEY AGENDA ITEMS INCLUDE: C-Suite Executives and Board Members General Counsels Corporate Compliance & Ethics Officers Government & Regulatory Officials Anticorruption Attorneys and Consultants NGO, Nonprofit Directors, and Academics Clean Company Act and New Decree Cultural Considerations in Ethics & Compliance Doing Business in High Risk Environments Anti-Corruption in Sports and Sports Sponsorship Reputation and Transparency in 2015 Third-Party Trust and Relationships The General Counsel Perspective Business Growth Through Company Integrity PRICING US Dollars Brazilian Real If Registered By Advanced Early Bird $650 USD R$2140 April 30 Early-Bird $800 USD R$2635 May 22 Standard Rate $950 USD R$3130 June 17 2 #LATAMETHICS
3 AGENDA: DAY 1 JUNE 17, :00 am - 9:00 am Day 1 Networking Breakfast 9:00 am Day 1 Welcoming Remarks Ethisphere introduces the 2015 Latin America Ethics Summit 9:10 am - 10:05 am MODERATED KEYNOTE The General Counsel Perspective A discussion with a panel of General Counsel from leading companies as they share their views on the compliance landscape, the compliance team structure, and how their roles have evolved to adapt to increased standards in the business market and new regulation. 10:05 am - 11:00 am SESSION 1 Brazil s Clean Company Act, The New Decree, and the Anticorruption Landscape Now over a year since Brazil s Clean Company Act took effect, it has been at the center of much conversation and debate. But are companies and government officials putting words to action? With Decree No. 8,420 taking effect on March 19, 2015, are the guidelines more helpful or in fact creating more confusion in the market? How does the decree impact the calculation of fines, and how do both the public and private sector need to approach leniency agreements? This session will address the items that still remain unclear in the fight against corruption and how organizations need to refocus their efforts to addressing anticorruption activity. 11:00 am - 11:20 am Day 1 Morning Networking Break 11:20 am - 12:15 am SESSION 2 Effectively (and Efficiently) Structuring Your Compliance Department Whether your company is globally or regionally focused, it is often making business bets in developing markets for new opportunities. And yet the compliance department budget doesn t seem to grow in a corresponding way. When should you hire a compliance person incountry? How can you effectively manage a compliance team as the business continues to expand within and outside the home country? How do you adjust as growth shifts outside of Latin America? What kind of compensation should be expected? Hear from experienced compliance officers how to effectively build and improve your compliance department. 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm Networking Luncheon 1:20 pm - 2:15 pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS Conversation with the Government 2:15 pm - 3:10 pm SESSION 3 Not a Game: Anti-Corruption in Sports and Sports Sponsorship Sports are a global connector, not just of worldwide fans and players, but it connects the interests of both public and private enterprises alike. As a multibillion-dollar industry it is just as exposed to corruption risk as the rest of the business environment. And it can take on many forms from the influence of sports betting to unfair bidding of construction contracts and from money laundering ties to sports sponsorship. If anything stands in the way of celebrating the approach of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, corruption would be a top concern. Hear from an expert panel of representatives from global sports committees and sponsoring corporations that will share their views on the sports corruption landscape in 2015 and beyond. 3:10 pm - 3:30 pm Day 1 Afternoon Networking Break 3:30 pm - 4:25 pm SESSION 4 Cultural Considerations in Latin America Business Ethics & Compliance Latin America presents a unique climate with government activity, company activity, and social concerns all presenting cultural challenges that can have far-reaching impact on the business environment. How does corporate ethics take on different meanings across the Latin America? Are there universal themes that are generally accepted despite cultural barriers or is this still a work in progress? How must companies take cultural attributes into consideration when developing or enhancing their compliance & ethics programs? This session will cover how companies can build a consistent global culture of ethics, and will also discuss challenges companies face from an ethical perspective when working across borders and communities. 4:25 pm - 5:20 pm MODERATED KEYNOTE The C-Suite Conversation A conversation with executive leadership from multinational and industry leading companies as they share their views on preserving ethical practices, organizational culture, threats to company integrity and leading high performing, yet highly ethical, organizations. 5:20 pm Day 1 Closing Remarks Ethisphere closes Day 1 of the 2015 Latin American Ethics Summit 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm LAES Cocktail Reception Enjoy cocktails and hors d oeuvres while mingling with attendees and speakers from the 2015 Latin America Ethics Summit.
4 AGENDA: DAY 2 JUNE 18, :00 am - 9:00 am Day 2 Networking Breakfast 9:00 am Day 2 Opening Remarks Ethisphere opens Day 2 of the 2015 Latin America Ethics Summit 9:05 am - 10:00 am SESSION 1 Doing Business in High Risk Environments Whether you are engaging in business practices within the Latin American market, expanding into new countries overseas or partnering with foreign governments and businesses, regionand country-specific risks threaten to disrupt the stability and reputation of your company. Hear from this diverse panel of local and multinational companies that will shed light on the well-publicized and the lesser-known risks within the region and around the globe. This session will help identify where compliance and ethics need to make adjustments to account for these exceptional concerns. 10:00 am - 10:55 am SESSION 2 Reputation and Transparency in 2015: The Perception of Company Behavior Company reputation is on the line every day. No matter the size of the company or how vast its global operations, the company and its leadership are exposed to an increasing number of threats that can dismantle even the most reputable companies, which can take years and substantial resources to rebuild. The traditional threats like bribery and corruption are now joined with growing concerns from data breaches, whistleblowing and social irresponsibility. Mainstream media coverage and widespread social media on these issues put company reputation in the spotlight, making any company misstep hard to ignore and often impossible to forget. Careful management and proactive controls to monitor threats is key and response during times of potential crisis will often make or break the company. This panel will share insights on sustaining reputation and steps companies can take to preserve integrity during even the most challenging times. 10:55 am - 11:15 am Day 2 Morning Networking Break 11:15 am - 12:10 pm SESSION 3 Developing Trust and Responsible Relationships Across the Third Parties As the business grows, so do the necessary relationships with suppliers, vendors, and partners. How do organizations ensure that compliance and ethical standards are in alignment with each third party, and how does that get communicated. How can due diligence processes be enhanced to better identify the risks from third parties? How can trust be the glue that binds all parties together effectively and ethically? And how critical to these efforts are the functions of CSR and sustainability? This expert panel will share best practices around relationship management, risk assessment, sustainability, and building trust throughout a vast network. 12:10 pm - 1:05 pm CLOSING KEYNOTE Fueling Business Growth through Company Integrity This diverse panel of leaders will discuss how ethics can play a competitive advantage in the market, foster investment opportunities and position the company for growth as it mitigates risk and enhances support through public and private channels. 1:05 pm - 1:10 pm Summit Closing Remarks 4
5 PAST DELEGATE COMPANIES INCLUDE: 3M Compliance Total Investimento S.A. Pöyry Tecnologia Ltda. Abbott Concremat INVISTA Procter & Gamble ABDALLA E LANDULFO SOCIEDADE Control Risks Itaú Unibanco Procuradoria Geral da República Accenture do Brasil Ltda. Corporation Johnson & Johnson Procuradoria Geral de Justiça Acesa Energia CORREA MEYER E NASTROMAGARIO Jones Lang LaSalle Qualcomm adidas do Brasil Ltda Corregedoria Geral da AdministraÌ Ì o Kellogg Company Raìzen Administrare Capital CREATE.org Koch tecnologia Quimica Ltda. Rayes & Fagundes ADVOGADOS ASSOCIADOS Cushman & Wakefield KPMG Renault-Nissan Brasil AECOM AES Brasil AGCO do Brasil LTDA. Airbus Group Brasil Ajinomoto Albuquerque Pinto Soares Advogados Allen & Overy ALOISE E ALOISE ADVOCACIA Alstom ALVIM COELHO SOCIEDADE ARRIS Arterial Life Associados Assurant Solutions Brazil Atlas Copco Brasil Banco Bradesco BBI S.A. Banco do Brasil S.A. Banco Itaú Chile Banco Itaú Unibanco Banco Original Banco Safra SA BKBG BM&F Bovespa BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM BR Partners Banco de Bradesco Brazilian Management Institute Bridgestone do Brasil Ind. e Com. Ltda. CalsonicKansei do Brazil CAPGEMINI Carlson Wagonlit Travel Catalent Pharma Solutions LLC Caterpillar Brasil Ltda. Cementos Progreso (Guatemala) CH2M Hill Chediak Advogados CME Group - Chicago CVS Caremark DATASYST SOLUTIONS DE ADVOGADOS Dell Deloitte DHL DO BRASIL Dupont Brasil DuPont do Brasil S.A. E BASTOS SOCIEDADES DE Ecolab Edelman Elektro Eletricidade e Serviços S.A Embraer ESCRITORIO AUGUSTO PROLIK ETCO EY FEA/USP Febraban Felsberg Associados FGV Projetos Fonseca Andrade Avocacia Gama! Traduções e Interpretações GEC Risk Advisory General Electric General Mills Gerdau Google Grand Brasil GRUPO BIMBO S.A.B. DE C.V. Health Care Compliance Association & Society of Corporate Compliance Ethics Hitachi Data Systems Hornbeck Offshore Iberdrola IBM Chile illycaffe Instituto Ethos International Paper do Brasil Ltda. Kroll LATAM Lima Junior Domene Advogados Lipscomb University MARCELO LEONARDO Mattos Muriel Kestener Advogados McDermott International Mercantile Exchange Microsoft MK Consultoria Monsanto Moody s America Latina Morrison & Foerster Mosaic Fertilizantes do Brasil Ltda Multigrain Neoenergia NERY ADVOCACIA RS NETO,VICTORIA SOCIEDADE Newpark Drilling Fluids do Brasil Noble Brasil S.A. NYK Group America, Inc. NYK Nippon Odebrecht Agroindustrial Office of Office of the Comptroller General (CGU) Oracle Paul Hastings PayPal Paypay Pearson Pedroso Advogados Associados Pepsico Pfizer Inc Philip Morris Brasil Philips Pinheiro Neto Pld Consultoria Polícia Federalem São Paulo Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games Organising Comittee ROCKWELL AUTOMATION Rockwell Brasil Rolls-Royce Brasil Ltda RP1 Comunicação RPM/Viapol SABIC - Saudi Basic Industries SERASA EXPERIAN SETTE CAMARA CORREA Siemens Skanska SNC-Lavalin Softway SA Souza Barros Corretora Cambio e Swiss Re Symantec TE Teradata Ternium Siderar The Boeing Company Thomson Reuters Thomson Reuters Novaprolink Timken do Brasil Com Imp Ltda. Titulos S.A. TozziniFreire Advogados Tratamento de Fluidos Ltda. Trench, Rossi e Watanabe Advogados TYCO Electronics Universidade de São Paulo Usiminas Vale Veirano Advogados WalMart White Martins #LATAMETHICS 5
6 VENUE Belmond Copacabana Palace Avenida Atlântica 1702, Rio de Janeiro CEP , Brazil Telephone: belmond.com SPONSORS Premier Sponsors Participating Sponsors Academia Sponsor Supporting Partners 6 #LATAMETHICS
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