DAY 1 - Thurs. 27 OCTOBER

Day 1
27/10/2022 08:45

Welcome message

Plenary - Julia

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Day 1
27/10/2022 09:00

Plenary - Opening Keynote: Corporate intelligence in support of third-party assessments, challenges, risks, and opportunities

Corporate intelligence is a key tool for understanding the risks and opportunities attached to third parties, but it is also a complex process which requires its users to have a comprehensive understanding of when, where, and how to bring it to bear. By giving insights based on real case studies, the speakers will help the audience to understand how to seek added value in corporate intelligence services, how to can gain value from these services, and how to distinguish “what I need to know” from “what I want to know”.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 09:55

Russia and China Sanctions – What European Businesses Should Know

Russia sanctions and legal/jurisdictional implications for European business; Common “pressure points” in business activity as a result of Russia sanctions; China sanctions and legal/jurisdictional impact on European business, Potential commercial consequences of China sanctions

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Day 1
27/10/2022 11:25

BREAK - time for coffee and network

Day 1
27/10/2022 11:40

Workshop: Key Challenges when implementing a third party due diligence framework

What are common challenges to be adressed in a robust third party due diligence framework and possible strategies how to adress them - input and group discussion

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Day 1
27/10/2022 11:40

How the sports industry tackles the challenges of third-party risks

The sports industry is not only famous for high performance, entertainment and ecstatic emotions but also for a series of bribery, fraud and money laundering scandals. However, even though the industry is not regulated the pressure from society and its stakeholders support the cultural change to a more ethical way of conducting business. In this session, you will get insights on how FIFA and Infront (an international sport service agency) tackle the challenges of third party risks by sharing real case examples from the global sports industry.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 12:25

LUNCH

Day 1
27/10/2022 13:40

Former prosecutor and defense lawyer give insight into the Petrobras/Odebrecht proceedings from their point of view.

Some of the biggest corruption proceedings also using third parties. Insights from the prosecution and defense perspective on how these are uncovered and prosecuted and the consequences for the company. Unique opportunity to ask questions and discuss with both sides.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 14:55

BREAK - time for coffee and network

Day 1
27/10/2022 15:25

IT Security risks, How to manage third party risks.

Cybersecurity risk is one of the biggest risks for companies. Data privacy and IT security laws require companies and their business partners to have the necessary technical and organizational measures in place to avoid (personal) data being lost, modified, sold or erased. How do you know whether you have an IT trustworthy partner? The Speaker(s) will share a questionnaire/methodology - based on US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity framework. How can a third party hurt you? Listen to a person who experienced it.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 15:25

Emerging regulatory changes on business and human rights: how companies can prepare for mandatory due diligence

New laws are coming into effect in many jurisdictions requiring large companies to carry out human rights due diligence. What policies and processes, governance structures, and reporting need to be in place, as well as acted and reported upon, to demonstrate compliance? Some new laws or proposals also open the door to civil liability and Board-level responsibility. What training is needed within companies, and at what level, to ensure compliance in this rapidly emerging field?

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Day 1
27/10/2022 16:25

Building a risk model for your due diligence process and what to consider

What elements to consider related to a third party risk model, which third parties to cover, how to categorize them or also what risk criteria to apply in a risk model. A practical example is shared followed by a discussion on possible strategies how to approach it, tips, watch out and learning.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 16:25

Latest Development in TPRM & how does it tie together with ESG - Environment, Social Governance

In this session, current trends related to third party risk management will be discussed, including most recent enforcement actions. Among others, focus of the session will be the audit process around third parties, as this is a recurring hot topic for the compliance community. As a rising star around TPRM, we will link the topic around ESG into the picture and spotlight how to efficiently reduce your business risks.

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Day 1
27/10/2022 17:10

When standard KYC is not enough: effective due diligence in emerging markets

In this session the following topics will be covered a) Standard due diligence practices can often produce incomplete and/or unreliable outcomes in certain parts of the world b) Common challenges include linguistic, legal and cultural differences and c) how to leverage internal resources and external providers to address these challenges

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Day 1
27/10/2022 17:40

Debrief and closing of Day 1

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Day 1
27/10/2022 18:00

Apero

DAY 2 - Fri. 28 OCTOBER

Day 2
28/10/2022 09:00

Plenary - The role and challenges of research data to drive your TPRM program

In this session following topics will be handled a) Screening and research data points across different risk themes b) Regional Challenges in accessing data c) Ultimate Beneficial Ownership d) ESG data requirements.

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Day 2
28/10/2022 09:50

Plenary - Discussion among Compliance monitors and General Counsel

Third parties and the risk they represent to companies, how do monitors look at third party risk and how do companies deal with those challenges

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Day 2
28/10/2022 11:20

BREAK - time for coffee and network

Day 2
28/10/2022 11:35

Automation in TPRM – reducing the cost of risk assurance

The journey of Novartis to build an effective and efficient third party risk management process by balancing competing stakeholder interests while reducing cost of risk assurance through automation.

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Day 2
28/10/2022 11:35

SMEs: How to manage third-party corruption risks with limited resources?

Short presentation of Transparency Switzerland’s new practical guidebook, inputs from the field and group discussions on third-party corruption risk management in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). What are the biggest current challenges for SMEs and how can they be tackled?

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Day 2
28/10/2022 12:20

LUNCH

Day 2
28/10/2022 13:30

Managing data privacy risks when engaging with third parties

The engagement of third parties to perform tasks involving the processing of personal data must meet certain requirements under data protection law. The customer remains primarily responsible for compliance with data protection regulations and must therefore ensure that the third party meets all requirements before outsourcing. In this session, participants will explore the legal requirements for outsourcing data processing, the associated risks, and the measures to be taken prior to outsourcing to third parties in Switzerland and abroad, and discuss how due diligence, contractual requirements and monitoring can be integrated into the overall outsourcing process.

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Day 2
28/10/2022 13:30

Value-based Compliance as opportunity to support Human Rights – What does good chocolate have to do with Human Rights?

The session will provide an overview of applicable and upcoming regulations as well as relevant international standards regarding Human Rights and will be dedicated to a value-based approach using existing Compliance Management Systems. Their practical implementation will be illustrated by means of process steps using a company from the food industry as a practical example.

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Day 2
28/10/2022 14:15

BREAK - time for coffee and network

Day 2
28/10/2022 14:30

German Supply Chain Act/EU Due Diligence- an implementation approach

All new or just another facet to established structures? The session will give an introduction to the provisions of the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz, LkSG) as well as an outlook on the draft European Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive. The difficulties companies are facing in the interpretation of the law as well as in the practical implementation will be discussed.

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Day 2
28/10/2022 14:30

Heads of Compliance- Q&A session moderated

Day 2
28/10/2022 15:15

Closing Remarks

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