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Thursday, November 17, 2016 (13:30 ~ 17:10) Registration starts at 12:30
Toranomon Hills Forum 5F Main Hall
China’s State Secrets Law
Plea bargaining in Japan
Toranomon Hills Mori Tower 5th Floor, 1-23-3 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-6305 Tel: 03-6406-6226
In a Dangerous World The future of global compliance November 17, 2016 13：30 ~ 17：10 Toranomon Hills Forum 5F Main Hall
Large surcharges on litigation hold Operação Lava Jato IS Terrorist attack
Iran sanctions lifted
Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
CEO, COO & CFO level executives, Risk Management Officers
Free of charge
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Cross –border M&A
Class action – defective products
Corporate G20/B20 governance code Yates Memo/Pursuance of individual responsibilities
Representative action-failed leniency Tokyo International Conference on
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African Development (TICAD) Bribery & Corruption Major accounting fraud at overseas subsidiaries
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Sanctions by DOJ and other regulators
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Panama Papers/Misuse of offshore jurisdictions
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BREXIT Amendment of Companies Act enhancement of group companies
In a Dangerous World
The future of global compliance
Possible misuse of offshore jurisdictions, global corruption scandals, and changes in government leadership and policies, including Brexit, result in an uncertain and challenging business environment. International law enforcement agencies are increasingly cooperating to take action against corruption and fraud. At the same time, in Japan, the amendment of the Companies Act, the introduction of the Corporate Governance Code, significant losses from misconduct at overseas subsidiaries, increasing cost of regulatory actions and litigation from product defects and false labeling, intensified cyber-attacks, and other factors, have resulted in an environment which requires significant strengthening of global compliance programs. At this event, ten of our senior EY FIDS executives with diverse backgrounds, including those with experience at US government agencies, will gather in Tokyo for the first time to share their insights into key global trends. Together with you, we will discuss the future direction of global compliance in an uncertain world, by touching on the latest risk trends in emerging markets and evolving enforcement priorities. (Simultaneous interpretation will be available at the event)
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Koichi Tsuji, Chairman, Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC
David Stulb, FIDS Global Leader
Panel discussion 1 A dangerous world - compliance risk trends and their impact
Ken Arahari, Chris Fordham, Bill Henderson, Brian Loughman, and Chris Costa (Moderator)
We will discuss the most recent fraud, bribery and corruption risk trends, regulatory agency actions, and their impact on global compliance for Japanese companies. We will discuss key considerations in compliance practices including monitoring through forensic data analytics, and information governance as a means to reduce costs related to cyber-attacks and litigation.
Panel discussion 2 Key considerations in compliance practices based on our experience
Jim McCurry, David Remnitz, Arpinder Singh, Ichiro Sugiyama, and Ken Arahari (Moderator)
Koichi Tanaka former Representative Director and CCO of Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
Hitoshi Matsuoka, Vice Chairman, Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC
Panelists & Moderators
Americas Leader FIDS New York
EMEIA & UKI Leader FIDS London Jim leads the FIDS team for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa, and UK & Ireland. Jim has led forensic investigations, anticorruption and accounting advisory practices for over 15 years.
Bill Henderson Partner FIDS New York
A service line specializing in fraud investigations and compliance services in over 70 countries with more than 4,500 professionals
India Leader FIDS Mumbai
Arpinder leads the FIDS team for India, and is based in Mumbai. Arpinder has led fraud investigations, FCPA compliance and fraud risk management engagements throughout India.
Chris leads the FIDS team for Greater China, Korea, South East Asia, and the Oceania region, and is based in Hong Kong. Chris has served clients throughout the Asia Pacific Region for over 18 years.
Brian leads the FIDS team for the USA, Mexico, Central and South America, and Israel. He has presented findings to regulators including the U.S. SEC and DOJ, Federal Reserve, CFTC and NYDFS.
Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
Asia Pacific Leader FIDS Hong Kong
Koichi has been invited to share his various experiences and to speak on the topic of “Global compliance as the platform for management”.
Koichi Tanaka currently serves as an external director of AIG Japan Holdings KK and an external auditor of Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. Prior to his current roles, he served as a Representative Director and CCO of Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
Bill leads the anti-corruption team for FIDS in the USA. He has led a number of global compliance improvement programs related to the US DOJ anti-bribery matters. Bill is a former prosecutor in the US DOJ.
EY FIDS Global Ichiro Sugiyama
Japan FTDS Leader FIDS Tokyo Ichiro leads the forensic technology team (eDiscovery, Cyber Forensics, Forensic Data Analytics) in Japan. He has developed professional forensics training programs for law enforcement agencies.
Ken Arahari Japan Leader FIDS Tokyo
Ken leads the FIDS team for Japan. Ken has led accounting fraud investigations and compliance program improvements for companies undergoing DPA with the DOJ. He has served as a panelist at the IBA and as a speaker for UNAFEI.
David Stulb Global Leader FIDS London
David leads the FIDS practice globally, and under his leadership, the FIDS Global practice has grown to 4,500 professionals in more than 70 countries. He has been voted one of the 100 most influential people in business ethics by Ethisphere Magazine.
Chris Costa Global COO FIDS New York
Chris is the FIDS Global COO, and plays a prominent role in the area of anti-bribery and corruption to support governmental and non-governmental organizations, including Transparency International, OECD, and G20/B20.
Global FTDS Leader FIDS New York David leads the forensic technology team in FIDS which provides eDiscovery, Cyber Forensics, and Forensic Data Analytics services. He plays a prominent role in investigations, compliance assessments and data management strategy and services.