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LUISS Guido Carli


IBA Anti-Corruption Committee Italian Chapter Meeting on International Corruption Issues

30 March 2017 at 2:30 PM
Sala delle Colonne Viale Pola 12, Rome
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An event presented by the IBA International Bar Association Anti-Corruption Committee 


14.30-15.00 Registration

15.00-15.10 Welcome remarks 
Roberta Guaineri Studio Avvocati De Castiglione Guaineri - Milan
Paola Severino di Benedetto Rector LUISS - Rome

15.00-16.10 Session ONE - The evolving fight against corruption in Italy and abroad and reform outlook
The panel will focus on the status of the fight against corruption globally and in Italy, and will discuss planned reforms and what other measures would help to reduce domestic and international corruption
Roberta Guaineri

Nicola Bonucci General Counsel OECD - Paris, Chair International Organizations Subcommittee, IBA Public Law Section
Raffaele Cantone Chairman ANAC - Rome
Francesco Greco Public Prosecutor of Milan - Milan 

16.10-17.00 Session TWO - Current issues: ISO standards, certification, whisteblowing and double jeopardy
This session will discuss some of the current issues and opportunities relating to bribery prevention and enforcement actions. It will also look at prevntative measures such as the certification of compliance programmes and  whisteblowing, as well as the complexities of multi-jurisdictional investigations
Francesca Petronio Paul Hastings - Milan, Chair Double Jeopardy Subcommittee, IBA Anti-Corruption Committee

Hendrik Bourgeois General Counsel Europe, General Electric - Brussels
Virginio Carnevali Chairman Transparency International Italia - Milan
Philippe Montigny Chairman Ethic Intellingence - Paris

17.00-17.15 Coffee/Tea break

17.15-18.15 Session THREE - The BoD's role in identifying, preventing and managing legal and non-compliance risk and in fighting corruption
This panel will discuss what role the Board of Directors of an Italian company should have in preventing bribery and other legal and non-compliace risks, and in reacting to instances in which wrong doing occurred. The panel will refer to recent changes in the Code of Corporate Governance and discuss the expectations of investors and regulators
Bruno Cova Paul Hastings - Milan, Co-Chair IBA Anti-Corruption Committee

Carmine Di Noia Commissioner CONSOB - Rome
Gabriele Galateri di Gonola Chairman of the Board of Directors Generali, Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee - Milan
Stefano Micossi General Manager ASSONIME - Rome

Closing remarks
Bruno Cova 

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