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ABOUT THE COMPLIANCE TRAINING PROGRAMME

We provide during 5 small-scale high-level courses a practical approach, with the aim of raising the skills of professionals involved in managing compliance issues like business ethics, personal data management and trade compliance.
THE UNIQUE FEATURE OF THE TRAINING?
A helicopter view with all the most relevant compliance topics, not only one, to provide the professional with more depth for risk analysis, efficiency for key compliance activities and a higher value in the management within his team, and for its top executives. Then be eligible to become part of a national community of compliance professionals, updated and enriched by the international work and standards of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

PROGRAMME COMPLIANCE PRO REGISTER TRAINING 2018-2019

  1. General Introduction
  2. Risk Assessment
  3. Code of conduct
  4. Dealing with management
  5. Appropriate measures: training, whistleblowing

//SPEAKERS

FREDERIK VERHASSELT
FREDERIK VERHASSELTPARTNER FORENSIC & INTEGRITY SERVICES, EY
As an Assurance partner, Frederik Verhasselt is leading the Forensic & Integrity services department at EY Belgium. He was formerly Corporate Security Officer, responsible for the security, integrity and compliance of a stock quoted multinational active in the precious metals & chemical industry. Frederik worked on various national and international assignments regarding criminal investigations, litigation support, (business) intelligence and asset tracing.
MATHIEU MAES
MATHIEU MAESSECRETARY GENERAL ICC BELGIUM
Mathieu heads the Brussels office of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Belgium). His daily job focuses on helping members and HQ get the most of each other, in technical areas of international trade like compliance, digital economy, trade finance, sustainability, taxation and dispute resolution.

 

  1. Compliance vs. values-based business ethics
  2. The legal perspective, including the civil and criminal sanctions
  3. The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
  4. Development and integration of a compliance program

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FRANÇOISE LEFÈVRE
FRANÇOISE LEFÈVREPARTNER, LINKLATERS
Litigation partner since 1993, Françoise Lefèvre has been global head of litigation worldwide. She is a commercial litigator who specializes in arbitration, both national and international, regulatory and competition cases and white collar crime. Françoise has extensive experience in banking law, regulatory investigations, corporate litigation, white collar crime and construction law.
HARALD HAELTERMAN
HARALD HAELTERMANHEAD OF BUSINESS ETHICS, TNT Express
Dr. Harald Haelterman has been heading the Business Ethics Department of TNT Express (currently part of FedEx Corporation) since June 2013. He is an Academic Advisor and former Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law and Criminology of Ghent University, a Visiting Professor at the Law Faculty of KU Leuven and an independent expert for the European Commission Research Executive Agency. His areas of expertise include Corporate Security, Ethics and Legal Compliance.
  1. Export VAT/GST regulations
  2. Tariff classification, commodity codes, Intrastat
  3. Origin rules, anti-dumping
  4. IPR border enforcement
  5. Customs valuation rules
  6. Export control and trade embargoes

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FRANKY DE PRIL
FRANKY DE PRILPARTNER GLOBAL STRATEGIC TRADE - EMEIA LEADER, EY
Franky De Pril has an extensive experience in customs and trade optimization within international supply chains. He has advised large multinational and other companies on their global trade management functions focusing on compliance with the regulatory environment as well as on cost reduction. Franky also advises clients on customs and trade technology solutions, following the automation of customs clearance processes.
YVES MELIN
YVES MELINPARTNER, STEPTOE
Yves Melin is an international trade, customs, and EU regulatory lawyer. He concentrates on trade remedy investigations, customs laws and procedures, export controls and sanctions, conflict minerals, World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlements, and data protection. Yves lectures at the University of Lille (France) on the practice of international trade law, and at the European Law Academy (ERA).
  1. Understanding personal and sensitive data, the rules applicable to their treatment and the management of data risks
  2. What types of personal data does your organization collect, how are those personal data used, where are they stored and to where are they transferred?
  3. Responsibilities and cross-functional support across the company

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RODRIGO CUNHA
RODRIGO CUNHAGLOBAL ETHICS & LEGAL DIRECTOR, AB-INBEV
Rodrigo has driven AB-Inbev’s worldwide compliance agenda in topics such as Antitrust, Sanctions, Anti-Corruption and Data Privacy as well as compliance projects involving data analytics. He also has experience in Corporate Law and M&A, having recently dealt with African corporate legal aspects of the transaction between AB Inbev and SABMiller and with the combination of the company’s businesses in Russia and Ukraine with Anadolu Efes’. LL.M, UC Berkeley School of Law.
SARI DEPREEUW
SARI DEPREEUWPARTNER, DALDEWOLF
Sari Depreeuw is a Belgian lawyer heading the IP/IT team at Brussels-based law firm DALDEWOLF. In addition she teaches intellectual property law and media law at Université Saint Louis Bruxelles and she is affiliated to the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (research group LSTS). Sari has published several articles and contributes to conferences and seminars on a regular basis.
MARC VAEL
MARC VAELCHIEF INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER, ESKO
Marc oversees the security of Esko’s internal IT operations as well as the security inherent in the products delivered to customers around the globe. He holds master’s degree in Applied Economics and in Information Management, and a master-doctorate degree in applied economics and ICT. He is certified in systems auditing, risk and information systems control, and a guest professor on security topics at Antwerp Management School, Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management and TIAS.
  1. Getting ready for investigatory and enforcement actions
  2. Your response to a dawn raid
  3. Internal and external investigations
  4. Crisis communication

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EVELINE DE RIDDER
EVELINE DE RIDDERFOUNDING PARTNER, WHYTE CORPORATE AFFAIRS
Eveline was one of the co-founders of Whyte Corporate Affairs 2008, and she is a true ambassador of the integrated Corporate Affairs approach to which she brings a digital touch. She currently services a client portfolio that includes Media Markt, Nutricia, Danone, Medtronic, Bam Belgium, Mondelez… . Eveline had previously fulfilled many outsourcing assignments at the Interel communication agency, including acting as an ‘ad interim’ spokesperson for AB-InBev.
KAREL DE SMET
KAREL DE SMETASSOCIATE LITIGATION & ARBITRATION, NAUTADUTILH
Karel de Smet is an associate in the litigation and arbitration department of NautaDutilh. He advises clients on the appropriate remedies to resolve compliance issues and mitigate their negative effects, insofar as possible, and provides assistance in the event of proceedings before the courts or administrative authorities
KURT DEMEYERE
KURT DEMEYEREPROFESSIONAL SUPPORT LAWYER TAXATION, NAUTADUTILH
Kurt Demeyere specialises in tax law. Kurt’s practice covers both Belgian and international taxation. He advises clients on how to deal with questions from the tax and social security authorities and provides guidance during settlement negotiations or litigation. He is a Vice-President of the Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce for Russia and Belarus.
ELKE JANSSENS
ELKE JANSSENSPARTNER, NAUTADUTILH
Elke Janssens is a corporate M&A specialist. She has extensive experience advising listed and unlisted companies on due diligence and compliance risks and providing customised solutions, including assistance to companies, shareholders, directors and managers with conflict-of-interest issues and advice on the structuring of corporate governance programmes.
FREDERIK VERHASSELT
FREDERIK VERHASSELTPARTNER FORENSIC & INTEGRITY SERVICES, EY
As an Assurance partner, Frederik Verhasselt is leading the Forensic & Integrity services department at EY Belgium. He was formerly Corporate Security Officer, responsible for the security, integrity and compliance of a stock quoted multinational active in the precious metals & chemical industry. Frederik worked on various national and international assignments regarding criminal investigations, litigation support, (business) intelligence and asset tracing.
HEIDI WAEM
HEIDI WAEMSENIOR ASSOCIATE IP/IT, NAUTADUTILH
Heidi Waem specialises in privacy, intellectual property, market practices and e-commerce. She has experience in both litigation and transactional work. In her daily practice, Heidi conducts data protection compliance gap analyses, advises clients on how to deal with dawn raids and provides appropriate training and guidance on management strategy in this respect. She also assists clients in their dealings with the Privacy Commission further to complaints by data subjects and with issues resulting from data breaches or leaks and the fulfilment of reporting requirements.
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WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN THE TRAINING?

Any professional with interest for or whose practice relates to the implementation and the administration of the compliance procedures and policies: anti-bribery and anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, antitrust, competition law and economic sanctions, conflicts of interest, data privacy and protection, fraud prevention, import and export control, insider trading,… would benefit from an updated training on different areas of compliance requirements and trends by recognized experts:

Compliance Officer
Corporate Security Officer
Corporate Counsel
Internal auditor
Fraud Investigator
Financial Controller
Export Control Manager
Sales Team Leader
Procurement staff
Corporate lawyer
CSR professional

PRACTICALITIES

The training offers a most compact and convenient 5 afternoon-courses in 5 months formula, starting on 11 October 2018 and ending on 7 February 2019. Participants are also invited to attend for free the conference that will take place on 28 February 2019. The course is organized on Thursday afternoons on the premises of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB), Rue Ravensteinstraat 4, B-1000 Brussels, from 2 until 5 PM.

ICC Belgium c/o FEB-VBO
Rue Ravensteinstraat 4
B-1000 Brussels

Is your business a member of ICC Belgium, or a Belgian Belgian sectoral federations, or a Belgian chamber of commerce (VOKA, BECI, CCI, IHK)? If the answer is yes, you are eligible for a discounted fee! Not sure? Don’t hesitate to contact us to enquire!  >>

Discounted fee for the entire training: € 1.938 – excl. VAT,
or per course: € 390, – excl. VAT.

Ordinary tuition fee  € 2.280, – excl. VAT for the entire training (5 courses and the conference). This covers the attendance to the course, teaching materials and the drinks.
The fee for a single course is € 460,- excl. VAT, and the ticket for the conference is € 100,- excl. VAT.

All applicants should hold a Master degree from an accredited university or business school or demonstrate sufficient expertise (e.g. professional experience). Working knowledge of English is required.

For the edition of the training starting in October 2018, the application deadline is 30 September 2018.

All participants enrolling for the entire training and successfully participating to the certification process can be registered as “Compliance Professional” at ICC Belgium. The certification process happens through a short test: questions will be provided at the beginning of each of the five courses, and answers are expected electronically within 3 weeks.

APPLICATION FORM FOR THE COMPLIANCE PRO REGISTER TRAINING

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// Discounted fee per course: € 390, - excl. VAT. For the ordinary tuition fee, please see above. Eligible organizations for the discounted fee are member of either ICC Belgium, or a Belgian Belgian sectoral federations, or a Belgian chamber of commerce (VOKA, BECI, CCI, IHK):
Member of ICC Belgium:
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Member of a Belgian sectoral federations:
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Member of a Belgian chamber of Commerce (VOKA, BECI, CCI, IHK):
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Please note that the organizers may ask participants registering at the reduced rate to provide the relevant proof or to contact the mentioned organization for checking the provided information.

//I would like to enrol for:

One or more sessions:
COURSE 2// ETHICS: CORRUPTION, ANTITRUST, WHITE COLLAR FRAUD// 08.11.2018
COURSE 3// // INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMPLIANCE 06.12.2018
COURSE 4// DATA PROTECTION// 10.01.2019
COURSE 5// INVESTIGATIONS: "WHAT IF IT ALL GOES WRONG?"// 07.02.2019

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