BEST PRACTICES IN CORPORATE COMPLIANCE

the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society (MVCT)

Hotel President Lobby room at the ground floor
Budapest, V. Hold u. 3-5.

The aim of the conference is to give a snapshot of developments affecting corporate compliance in 2017 and, through a workshop, also to provide practical guidance on how to address certain compliance issues. This year's conference focuses on conflict of interests

WE INVITE

you and your colleagues to the following event jointly hosted by the Joint Venture Association and

the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society (MVCT)

BEST PRACTICES IN CORPORATE COMPLIANCE

 

The aim of the conference is to give a snapshot of developments affecting corporate compliance in 2017 and, through a workshop, also to provide practical guidance on how to address certain compliance issues.

This year's conference focuses on conflict of interests.

 

Date and time:                     26 May 2017 (Friday) 10.00 – 13.50 (registration starts at 9.30)

Event venue:                      Hotel President - Lobby room at the ground floor  (Budapest, District V, Hold u. 3-5.)

 

Conference agenda

 

9.30 – 10.00         Event registration and welcome

10.00 – 10.05      Opening address

Zoltán Hegymegi-Barakonyi, Head of Anti-Corruption Committee at the Joint Venture Association

10.05 – 10.30      Hiring and promotion of relatives in absence of merit: A corporate compliance challenge
Presentation on the effect of the relevant FCPA enforcement activity. Trending topic in corporate compliance: the relevance of family relations and emotional affairs in internal corporate controls.

János Puskás, President of the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society, Senior Associate at Baker McKenzie

 

10.30 – 11.15      Conflict of interest in the internal and external contexts: Employees, suppliers, vendors
Round table discussion with corporate compliance professionals.
moderated by: Tamás Kaibinger, Head of Legal and Compliance, LIDL Hungary

participants:

  • Krisztina Vattay, Compliance Officer, Hungarian State Asset Management Inc.
  • Orsolya Pájer, Danube Region Compliance Officer, Siemens
  • Péter Paál, Managing Director Hungary, Vaillant Group
  • Zsolt Nagygyörgy, Compliance Director, Hungarian Development Bank
     

11.15 – 11.50      New tools in combatting corruption: Machine learning and deep learning
                             Presentation on how the Digital Age makes it easier for compliance professionals, corporate counsels and business leaders to detect and resolve compliance                              issues.
                             István Soós, senior software engineer, Agilord Machine Intelligence

11.50 – 12.20      Sandwich lunch, networking

12.20 – 13.50      The compliance officer's perspective: Detecting and resolving conflicts of interest and fraud
                              Interactive workshop on best practices to resolve daily challenges in corporate compliance.
                              Péter Sükösd, Head of Legal and Compliance Hungary, METRO

 

The language of the event is Hungarian and translation will not be provided.  

 

Attendance fee:
Regular: HUF 18.000 + VAT /person

Discounted: HUF 14.000 + VAT /person  (for JVSZ members and those invited by MVCT or Baker McKenzie)

 

You may contact JVSZ concerning the event registration or register online at this web page.

 

For more information about the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society, please visit the following web page: https://www.compliancetarsasag.hu/en/