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  1. 1. S. Bhaskar Tata Capital Financial Services Limited Shukla Wassan Hindustan Coca-Cola Mona Dange GE India Swati Sharma BAE Systems India Anil Chopra Siemens India Gaurav Ajmani Microsoft Corporation Yogesh Goel SAP India Sachin Kulkarni Medtronic South Asia Naveen Samant Ingersoll Rand Jasmeet Wadehra International Paper Campbell Clark Covidien Rajinder Sharma E.I. DuPont India Sandip Beri Citi Special, Enhanced Focus on MINIMISING THIRD PARTY RISKS • Identifying red flags related to hiring agents, brokers, distributors and intermediaries • Standards to apply when evaluating and monitoring third parties in India • How to reduce risk when facing political pressure to use a specific third party • Structuring appropriate anti-bribery provisions in contracts with local agents • How to proceed in the face of known risks involving a local third party • Terminating contracts with dubious third parties Benefit from NEW interactive discussions: Harmonizing the US FCPA, UK Bribery Act, and PC-Act – What standards to apply to your compliance program and risk management strategies and how to make sense of it all Strategies on Effective Corruption Risk-Assessment – How to identify and address risks based on transactional practices, third party profiles, and extent of interaction with government officials Anti-Corruption Best Practices Think Tank – Hear from industry experts how companies doing business in India are strengthening their programs Inside an effective Bribery Internal Investigation in India – How to scope your action plan and avoid common pitfalls Conduct Pre-Merger Due Diligence – What prospective acquirers should look for in a target’s anti-corruption compliance profile PLUS, Gain Practical Insight on: • Impact of new US FCPA Guidance and UK Bribery Act Guidance on doing business in India • What current investigations involving India mean for your compliance controls • Creating a culture of ethics and keeping employees engaged • Steering clear of sales and marketing pitfalls when dealing with local consultants and liaisons Join Interactive Post-Summit Working Groups – September 25, 2013 A Train the Anti-Corruption Trainer: A Practical Guide on How to Design an Effective Training Curriculum for Employees and Third Parties in India B Developing a Compliant Gift, Travel and Hospitality Policy for Your Operations in India: How to Balance Legal Needs with Local Standards of Entertainment Get Practical Compliance and Risk Management Strategies from Senior Industry Executives: Keynote and Special Addresses from: Sridar Iyengar Swati Ramanathan I-Paid-A-Bribe Nicola Bonucci Director for Legal Affairs OECD Paul Ezzeddin Senior Policy Officer The World Bank Anupama Jha Executive Director Transparency International Lead Sponsors: Sponsored by: Media and Association Partners: Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) • (1) LOGO OF THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS (2) AS IT IS USED ON THE LETTERHEAD OF IIA BOMBAY , India Bombay Chapter American Conference Institute’s 3rd India Summit on Anti-Corruption How to Implement an Effective Compliance Program and Internal Controls Tailored to Your Operations in India Amid Robust International Enforcement September 23–24, 2013 • Le Méridien Hotel, New Delhi, India Earn CLE/CPE Credits Earn Ethics Credits Earn TASA Credits
  2. 2. Heightened anti-corruption enforcement will affect more companies in India than ever before. Recent corruption investigations and news headlines including Oracle, NewsCorp, and Wal-Mart illustrate that corruption continues to be a serious concern for companies doing business in India. Considering these cases and the public outcry against corruption in India, it is imperative that companies fine- tune an effective and comprehensive anti-corruption compliance program. Now is the time to demonstrate to your employees and the enforcement agencies that anti-corruption is an important corporate objective that is taken seriously in India. Happening for the first time in New Delhi, this highly-rated 3rd India Summit on Anti-Corruption will bring together leading anti-corruption industry experts and counsel in India for unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities. The agenda was developed after extensive research with domestic companies and multinationals doing business in India, and includes the most relevant anti-corruption compliance developments. The event will cover important topics such as: • Contrasting FCPA, UKBA, and Prevention of Corruption Act Requirements: A holistic approach to understanding the anti-corruption laws that impact doing business in India • Minimising Third Party Risks: Applying risk-based due diligence when vetting and selecting local agents, brokers, and distributors • What is a Bribe? Facilitation Payments, Speed Money, and Baksheesh – How to develop a policy to identify and prevent these payments • Creating a Culture of Ethics and Compliance in India: How to keep employees engaged in and adhering to your anti-corruption program • Fundamentals of Anti-Corruption Risk-Assessment: How to determine your company’s risk profile and design the right internal controls to detect corruption Also benefit from: • Special sessions with The World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Transparency International, and I-Paid-A-Bribe • Case Study: Joint Ventures and Consortia – Due Diligence, Reps and Warranties • Interactive Benchmarking and Best Practices: How to ensure the success of your anti-corruption compliance programs in India Enhance Your Experience with New Working Groups. In these comprehensive and practical working sessions, you will benefit from enhanced Q&A, case studies, and the exchange of hands-on practices to help you build upon or fine-tune your anti-corruption compliance program. A TRAIN THE ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINER: A Practical Guide on How to Design an Effective Training Curriculum for Employees and Third Parties and Successfully Conduct Training in India B Developing a Compliant Gift, Travel and Hospitality Policy In India: A Complete Guide on How to Balance Legal Needs with Local Standards of Entertainment Register early to guarantee your place and take advantage of early bird discounts. Call +44 20 7878 6888 (UK)/1-416-926-8200 (USA); or register online at A Must-Attend Event for: • Corporate Counsel - International Trade Counsel - Import/Export Compliance - Trade and Regulatory Counsel - Government Affairs - Contracts • Compliance Officers • Ethics Officers • Directors, Internal Audit • Directors, Import Export Compliance • Directors, Business Conduct • Forensic Accountants • Auditors • Certified Fraud Examiners • Directors, Corporate Audits and Investigations • International Contract Managers • Outside Counsel specializing in: - International Trade - Corporate Compliance - White Collar Crime - Internal Investigations - Anti-Money Laundering - Corporate Governance ACI runs the most successful portfolio of anti-corruption conferences in the world. What attendees are saying about the INDIA SUMMIT: “I was delighted to take part in your conference and found it a very enlightening experience myself from which I took away a lot of new insights.” – Bharti Enterprises “The Summit – and the quality of interaction and deliberations exceeded my expectations. Look forward to more such events in India in the near future.” – General Electric “Great speakers and very interesting topics. Excellent for an experienced FCPA compliance professional or a new entrant to the field.” – Microsoft “I appreciate the case study aspect.” – Cobalt International Energy Anti-Bribery Investigations and Prosecutions are Increasing in India and Around the Globe. Can your Compliance Controls Sustain the Heat of a Government Investigation? Learn What it Takes To Ensure Your Operations in India are Compliant with the FCPA, UKBA and Indian Anti-Corruption Laws. Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) •
  3. 3. Monday, September 23, 2013 8:00 Registration Begins and Coffee/Tea 9:00 Conference Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks Shukla Wassan Sr. Vice President – Legal & Co. Secretary Hindustan Coca-Cola (Gurgaon, India) Anand Dayal Partner Koura & Co. (New Delhi, India) 9:15 Contrasting FCPA, UKBA, and India’s Prevention of Corruption Act Requirements: A Holistic Approach to Understanding Complex Anti-Corruption Laws that Impact Doing Business in India Shukla Wassan Senior Vice President – Legal & Company Secretary Hindustan Coca-Cola (Gurgaon, India) Rupinder Malik Partner J. Sagar Associates (Gurgaon, India) • How to harmonize U.S., U.K. and Indian anti-corruption compliance obligations - Who is covered by the US FCPA, UKBA, PC-ACT? - How each law applies to your company’s India operations and its extra-territorial reach - What are permissible and impermissible payments under each law - Comparing and contrasting third parties due diligence requirements • Understanding books and records requirements under the FCPA, and similar requirements under the UKBA and PC-ACT • What to do in case of a potential violation under each law - Internal/external investigations - Communication with government authorities • Fundamentals of an anti-corruption program compliant with the FCPA, UKBA, and PC-ACT • Enforcement and execution of Indian anti-bribery rules: how the Central Vigilance Commission and Central Bureau of Investigation enforce anti-corruption laws • Forms of cooperation amongst local and foreign government agencies 10:15 Coffee /Tea Break 10:30 How to Minimise Third Party Risks: Applying Risk-Based Due Diligence When Vetting and Selecting Local Agents, Brokers, and Distributors Anand Dayal Partner Koura & Co. (New Delhi, India) • How to establish appropriate front-end vetting and screening protocols based on the type of relationship and interests represented by the third party - how to utilize due diligence based on the level of risk and services provided by third party - background/reputation checks - what to look for before going too far in the diligence process • How to evaluate background red and green flags – understanding how much government ownership is enough to interest the enforcement agencies - ownership, qualifications, social and political connections and financial links - government affiliations - particularly when foreign consulting agents/engineers or project managers are being used - familial relationships/friendships - lack of experience - requests for payments outside of the territory - working with local counsel - media/reputational checks - in person meetings to verify representations/training - additional heightened scrutiny when government owned • Knowing how far down the chain to explore – determining which third party employees need to be screened - determining exactly who will represent your company - outlining the level of contact required with government officials by representatives and their third parties • Understanding the local business environment and customs unique to India • What to do with information uncovered during the vetting process and how to make the decision regarding which parties to use/not use 11:30 Understanding Integrity Requirements Under Government Contracts in India Sandeep Verma Director, Ministry of Defence (New Delhi, India) 11:50 Keynote Address: India’s Online Anti-Corruption Movement and How It’s Inspiring Initiatives Globally Sridar Iyengar Board Member Janaagraha Center for Citizenship & Democracy I-Paid-A-Bribe (Bangalore, India) 12:15 Networking Lunch for Speakers and Attendees 13:30 Creating a Culture of Ethics and Compliance in India: How to Ensure Employee and Local Management Buy-In and Adherence to Your Anti-Corruption Initiatives Mona Dange Chief Compliance Counsel India GE India (Bengaluru, India) Naveen Samant Legal Counsel Leader, India Ingersoll Rand (Bengaluru, India) • How to obtain a commitment from senior management to anti-corruption compliance in India • Localising your code of conduct and training curriculum to ensure buy-in from employees in India • Demonstrating how ethics and anti-corruption compliance can benefit your company’s bottom line • Ensuring regular communication with employees regarding anti-corruption compliance efforts • Creating ownership of the program, across departments: How to identify anti-corruption “ambassadors” in your organization and giving them the tools they need to spread the word • Understanding the training needs of your employees, and matching those needs with the appropriate resources • Overcoming cultural challenges in rolling out an anti-corruption awareness and training program: balancing cultural norms in India with global policies Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) •
  4. 4. • Establishing a feedback loop – getting valuable input directly from employees on how to increase employee engagement • Employee engagement best practices – what companies are doing well 14:15 What is a Bribe? How to Develop a Policy to Identify and Monitor Facilitation Payments, Speed Money, and Baksheesh Anand Raman Partner Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (Washington, DC, USA) • Understanding the rules for facilitation payments under the FCPA and UKBA, and the no-exception rule for facilitating payments under the PC-Act • What is a “bribe,” and when does speed money become a bribe? • When might the CBI investigate facilitating payments? • Extortion, duress and cultural customs – are they defences? • What are the outer monetary limits of facilitating payments? • Documenting and monitoring facilitating payments • Determining whether to implement a “zero cash” policy and ensuring employee adherence • Monitoring facilitating payments and third parties, such as formalities contractors, customs brokers, and agents • Satisfying law recordation requirements without increasing your exposure • Considering cultural nuances unique to India • How strong is the trend against speed payments? • How likely is it that speed money will be eliminated when doing business in India? 14:45 Interactive Benchmarking and Best Practices Panel: How to Ensure the Success of Your Anti-Corruption Compliance Program in India S. Bhaskar Chief Internal Auditor Tata Capital Financial Services Limited (Mumbai, India) President The Institute of Internal Auditors Ltd. – Bombay Chapter Campbell Clark General Counsel, Asia Covidien (Singapore) Sandip Beri General Counsel, South Asia Citibank (New Delhi, India) Mini vandePol – Panel Moderator Partner Baker & McKenzie (Melbourne, Australia) • Designing an anti-corruption program that meets your company’s greatest risks in India • Assessing the risks faced by your company based on business model, business sector and other factors • Assigning managerial and governance responsibility • Ensuring comprehensive reporting, clear accountability and full and effective oversight by top decision makers • How effective trade control compliance can mitigate corruption risk • Identifying other functions in the company who can – and must – help • Creating optimum reporting lines within company 16:00 Refreshment Break 16:15 India’s Anti-Bribery Legislative Landscape: Status of Legislation Pending in Rajya Sabha and How It May Impact Your Business Swati Sharma Counsel BAE Systems India (New Delhi, India) • Deciphering India’s pending anti-corruption legislation including the Jan Lokpal Bill, Whistleblowers Protection Bill, and other legislation • How the ratification of this legislation will impact domestic bribery laws and their enforcement • What role will the Central Vigilance Commission play in enforcing the proposed legislation • Understanding the status of whistleblower protection legislation in India • Political considerations and the role of parliament in the passage of anti-corruption legislation 16:40 Inside a Bribery Internal Investigation – How to Scope an Effective Action Plan Richard Dean Partner Baker & McKenzie (Washington, DC, USA) Darshan Patel Associate Director PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Limited (Mumbai, India) During this strategic and practical session, expert speakers will take you through a case study of an internal investigation that will explore: • What the investigative process should look like: Assessing the potential risk and defining the scope appropriately • How to leverage technology • Coordinating the investigation between the company, outside counsel, and accounting firms • Steps to take to ensure that attorney-client privilege is protected • Refining the review plan once the investigation has begun • How the paradigm for internal investigations is changing - timing for completing - maintaining or waiving privileges - admonitions to witnesses - Audit Committee involvement - recommending remediation and compliance enhancements - testing whether problem is systemic - dealing with inconclusive findings • Deciding whether you’ve investigated “enough”: how to maximize credibility to the enforcement agencies • What to do when a violation is discovered 17:40 Special Address: How The World Bank is Enforcing its Anti-Corruption Measures and How this Applies to Multinationals Operating in India Paul Ezzeddin Senior Policy Officer The World Bank (Washington, DC, USA) 18:00 Conference Adjourns to Day Two Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) •
  5. 5. • Understanding how to best work with local officials when obtaining regulatory approvals • What role, if any, should third party agents or “influencers” play in obtaining approvals • Obtaining invoices and supporting documentation from the licensing agency to prevent lapses that might lead to an FCPA, UKBA, or PC-Act violation • Conducting a thorough review of how your company obtains licenses, permits and certifications to detect non-compliance • Training employees on company protocol for securing licenses, permits, or certifications from the government 11:00 Coffee/Tea Break 11:15 Mergers & Acquisitions: How to Conduct Pre-Merger Due Diligence and Minimise Anti-Corruption Risks in India Dhaval Sheth Director, Forensic Services PwC LLP (New York, USA) Percival Billimoria Senior Partner AZB & Partners (Mumbai, India) • Assessing the target’s business model and how its employees interact with government officials to assess the full scope of risk - Conducting a thorough review of the target’s sales practices, business model and third parties - Carefully reviewing compliance-sensitive accounts and evaluating target’s awareness of risk • What prospective acquirers should look for in a target’s anti-corruption compliance program - Governing legal framework - Policies and procedures, training, auditing and internal controls - Target’s tracking of interaction with government officials, or lack thereof - Historical risk issues • What to do if pre-merger due diligence efforts reveal problems - Pros and cons of disclosure to authorities - Evaluating public disclosure obligations - Waiver implications under Indian, US, and UK law if you do not raise target’s potential anti-corruption violations - Role of outside counsel • Assessing regulatory risks prior to closing and other transactional issues • Negotiating representations and warranties regarding compliance with anti-corruption requirements, adequacy of internal controls, and accuracy of accounting records 12:15 Keynote Address Nicola Bonucci Director for Legal Affairs OECD – Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (Paris, France) Nicola Bonucci is the Director for Legal Affairs and the coordinator for accession for the OECD. Mr. Bonucci oversees the drafting and negotiation of all OECD legal instruments. Since 1997, he has been closely involved in the monitoring and follow-up of the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions (Anti-Bribery Convention). 12:35 Networking Lunch for Speakers and Attendees Tuesday, September 24, 2013 9:00 Co-Chairs’ Opening Remarks Shukla Wassan Sr. Vice President – Legal & Co. Secretary Hindustan Coca-Cola (Gurgaon, India) Percival Billimoria Senior Partner AZB & Partners (Mumbai, India) 9:05 Conducting an Effective Corruption Risk-Assessment: How to Determine Your Company’s Risk Profile and Design the Right Internal Controls Anil Chopra Head of Supply Chain Siemens (Mumbai, India) Gaurav Ajmani Investigations Manager, Financial Integrity Unit Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd. (New Delhi, India) • Identifying risks based on transactional practices, forensic profile of third parties and extent of interaction with government officials • Assessing management, employee, vendor, and agent knowledge and awareness of anti-corruption rules • Conducting a customer risk analysis to identify government or government official ownership interests or other nexus • Developing a “forensic profile” of selected third parties based on the extent of interaction with government officials • Tracing payments to third parties including sales agents and commercial agents, accumulating electronic data and conducting interviews • Ensuring proper documentation of contributions, sponsorships, marketing expense, and accounts payable • Defining high risk transactions and selecting samples of high-risk transactions for further analysis • Training local staff to detect red flags unique to India • Reporting findings to compliance officers, audit committees, and legal counsel • Understanding what your system of internal controls needs to accomplish • Implementing key controls to prevent improper payments and fraud • Leveraging your financial accounting system to flag questionable payments • Ensuring the accuracy and reliability of data acquired through internal inspections 10:00 Responding to Requests for Bribes When Obtaining Government Licenses, Permits and Certifications Yogesh Goel Global Compliance South Asia SAP India Private Limited (New Delhi, India) Jasmeet Wadehra General Counsel – India International Paper (Mumbai, India) Arpinder Singh Partner and National Director Ernst & Young (Mumbai, India) • Understanding what licenses, permits, or certifications are legally required in order to identify fabricated requests for approvals • Identifying key risk areas during the approval process when dealing with various government agencies Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) •
  6. 6. 13:50 Addressing the Unique Anti-Bribery Challenges of Bidding for Government Contracts and Public Procurement Lira Goswami Partner Associated Law Advisors (New Delhi, India) • How to detect public procurement situations in India that may trigger a request for a bribe or facilitating payment • Assessing the role of your company’s government relations strategy in the procurement context – to what extent does it increase or lessen the risk of corruption? • Responding to and addressing competitor allegations of bribery in the context of the bidding process • Balancing the challenges of utilizing local sponsors with the exposure to potential anti-corruption violations • What the compliance team can do in the procurement process to lessen risks of corruption in fulfilling the contract • Overlapping risk for liability under the India public procurement law – what is black listing and how does the Indian government apply it? 14:30 How to Prevent Sales and Marketing Pitfalls: Knowing When to Walk Away From Local Consultants and Liaisons Sachin Kulkarni Head Legal & Compliance Medtronic South Asia (Mumbai, India) Mark Schnapp Co-Chair, White Collar Criminal Practice Greenberg Traurig P.A. (Miami, USA) • Walking an increasingly narrow line between the aggressive marketing necessary for a successful product launch and avoiding corrupt conduct • Pitfalls of “liaising services” of sales and marketing consultants interacting with government agencies • What to look for when screening sales and marketing intermediaries in India and how to evaluate red and green flags • Conducting a “red flags” analysis: - How are your products distributed in India? - What agents do you use, if any? - What controls do you have over representatives or agents? - Do you have a sign-off mechanism for anything of value given to government officials? • Detailing with specificity the manner in which a consultant’s duties will be performed • Ensuring transparency in the maintenance of records related to third-party promoters and distributors • Avoiding vague descriptions of payments such as “special rebates,” “special incentives,” and “promotions” 15:30 Coffee/Tea Break 15:45 Special Address from Transparency International Anupama Jha Executive Director Transparency International India (New Delhi, India) 16:15 Minimising Risk Exposure in Joint Ventures and Consortia: Due Diligence, Reps and Warranties Rajinder Sharma Director Corporate Affairs & General Counsel – South Asia E.I. DuPont India Pvt Ltd (Gurgaon, India) Sandip Bhagat Partner S&R Associates (Mumbai, India) • How Indian content rules affect joint ventures and increase bribery risks • Identifying special risks for JVs and consortia that other third party relationships may not have • Managing joint venture and consortia risks when participants are subject to different legal regimes • What level of due diligence is appropriate or required for JV partners • What Indian authorities will expect of JVs vs. other third party relationships • Managing conflicting expectations of stakeholders • What reps and warranties or other contract language is reasonable to expect of JV partners • What special issues may arise if the JV includes a government partner • Resolving disputes among partners should a bribery issue arise • How the Indian foreign investment thresholds impact joint venture partner considerations 17:00 Interactive Wrap-Up Session: Why Now? Why Are Companies Doing Business in India Jumping on the Anti-Corruption Bandwagon This interactive wrap-up session will be moderated by the Summit co-chairs. Come prepared to give your opinion and share your thoughts on why companies doing business in India are more focused on anti-corruption issues now more than ever before. This interactive session is meant to be a think-tank for discourse on an important topic making Indian and world news daily. 17:30 Conference Ends Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) • With more than 500 conferences in the United States, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, American Conference Institute (ACI) provides a diverse portfolio devoted to providing business intelligence to senior decision makers who need to respond to challenges spanning various industries in the US and around the world. As a member of our sponsorship faculty, your organization will be deemed as a partner. We will work closely with your organization to create the perfect business development solution catered exclusively to the needs of your practice group, business line or corporation. For more information about this program or our global portfolio of events, please contact: Wendy Tyler, Head of Sales, American Conference Institute Tel: 212-352-3220 x5242 | Fax: 212-220-4281 | Global Sponsorship Opportunities Lead Sponsor: PwC’s Forensic Services team of experienced professionals is dedicated to meeting the challenges caused by fraud allegations, financial crimes and other irregularities. Our portfolio of services includes: Financial Crime Examinations, Forensic Technology Solutions, Regulatory Compliance Reviews, Fraud Risk Management and Fraud Prevention, Dispute Analysis and Litigation Support. The Forensic Services team also manages the PwC Fraud Forum, an exclusive community where members can gain knowledge, participate in events and share important insights on preventing, detecting and investigating fraud, corruption and economic crime. Sponsored by: In today’s global market, a multijurisdictional approach to compliance is essential. With offices in key financial centers and emerging markets, Baker & McKenzie lawyers are already on the ground, ready to tackle investigations. Our approach ensures that your compliance program satisfies the expectations of enforcement authorities around the globe, providing protection where you need it most.
  7. 7. A 9:00 – 12:30 (Registration begins at 8:30) TRAIN THE ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINER: A Practical Guide on How to Design an Effective Training Curriculum for Employees and Third Parties in India B 13:30 – 17:00 (Registration begins at 13:00) Developing a Compliant Gift, Travel and Hospitality Policy In India: A Complete Guide on How to Balance Legal Needs with Local Standards of Entertainment This interactive and practical working group session will go beyond high-level understanding of the FCPA, UKBA and the PC-Act to identify concrete tools and tactics for avoiding the pitfalls presented by gift giving, entertainment and hospitality in India. Attendees will receive practical guidance on how to create a robust, culturally sensitive, and credible approach to gifts, travel and entertainment. This workshop will include an interactive session on how to decide, document, and review decisions relating to gifts, travel and, entertainment, including: • What kind of gift giving is acceptable under the FCPA, UKBA, OECD Convention, and Indian law, and under what circumstances • Dealing with contractually mandated hospitality – what is reasonable? • Reviewing and documenting decisions related to gifts, travel, and entertainment • Benchmarking on gifts value and limits • Dealing with social and political contributions and handling requests for donations • Managing the expectations of Indian government officials when it comes to first class travel, corporate jets, spouses, and family members • Case Study: Business Travel 101 • Handling and documenting cash: weddings, funerals and festivals • How to address gift and entertainment issues in the Code of Conduct © American Conference Institute, 2013 American Conference Institute (ACI) will apply for Continuing Professional Education credits for all conference attendees who request credit. There are no pre-requisites and advance preparation is not required to attend this conference. Course objective: Instruction on the FCPA and Anti-Corruption compliance with regards to inappropriate payments. Recommended CPE Credit: 13.5 hours, 4.0 credit hours for workshops A or B. ACI is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417 or by visiting the web site: To request credit, please check the appropriate box on the Registration form. ACI certifies that this activity has been approved for TASA course credit in the amount of 6 credit hours. An additional 2 credits will apply to working group A and B participation. TASA candidates are required to complete the appropriate TASA forms during the conference. TASA credits are processed in 1-3 weeks after a conference is held. TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation (TASA) is a comprehensive training and certification program focused on anti-bribery compliance. To learn more about accreditation, please visit or contact Virna Di Palma at Interactive Working Groups • Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Training employees and third-party business representatives is among the most challenging aspects of having a successful anti-corruption compliance program and one that many companies struggle to get right. An effective training program must recognize that many areas of the company have a role in anti-corruption compliance, and must deliver a message that resonates with the particular audience. The first and most important step in getting training right is ensuring the “trainers” are qualified and know how to tailor the training message to the job function and the risks specific to the audience being trained. At this unique working session, you will have an opportunity to benchmark your training practices against those of your peers. Workshop leaders will share their training strategies and approach and take you through the fundamentals of developing an effective training curriculum tailored to your audience. Learn how to conduct and lead trainings that resonate with your employees in India and third parties and enable them to identify and report red flags within their area of responsibility. Get the training you need to keep training fresh and effective and ensure your employees are well informed of their role in anti-corruption compliance. Topics will include: • Localising your training curriculum and code of conduct – providing a common cultural point of reference, and how to best address cultural nuances and risks that are specific to India • How to get the training message right for sales and marketing, finance and accounting, legal, audit, regulatory, procurement and logistics and operational management - Using questionnaires and surveys to identify areas of concern which may require additional training • Adequately communicating anti-corruption compliance standards, policies and processes and testing that they are understood • Determining what additional training is required for high risk employees, third parties and those in high risk markets • Understanding the mechanics and logistics of training when operating in remote locales • Scoping the role of local managers in conducting training and getting local buy-in • How to avoid training fatigue and decide if additional or refresher training is needed • How to use training as a monitoring tool • Measuring the effectiveness of your training program Yogesh Goel Global Compliance Officer, Indian Subcontinent SAP India Private Limited (New Delhi, India) Mona Dange Chief Compliance Counsel India GE India (Bengaluru, India) Campbell Clark General Counsel, Asia Covidien (Singapore) Ruchi Mahajan Partner Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co. (New Delhi, India) Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as nontransitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation. ACI certifies that the activity has been approved for CLE credit by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board in the amount of 13.5 hours (1.0 Ethics). An additional 4.0 credit hours for will apply to workshop A and 4.0 (1.0 Ethics) for worksop B participation. ACI certifies that this activity has been approved for CLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 11.5 (1.0 Ethics) hours. An additional 3.5 credit hours will apply to workshop A and 3.5 (1.0 Ethics) for workshop B participation. You are required to bring your state bar number to complete the appropriate state forms during the conference. CLE credits are processed in 4-8 weeks after a conference is held. ACI has a dedicated team which processes requests for state approval. Please note that event accreditation varies by state and ACI will make every effort to process your request. Questions about CLE credits for your state? Visit our online CLE Help Center at CLE Credits Continuing Legal Education Credits Continuing Professional Education Credits Register Now • +44 20 7878 6888 (Europe) or +1 416 926 8200 (USA) • Tasa approved training
  8. 8. Benchmark Anti-Corruption Compliance Strategies and Network with Senior Industry Executives from: Tata Capital Financial Services Limited Hindustan Coca-Cola GE India Bharti Bell Helicopter BAE Systems India Siemens Microsoft India SAP India Private Limited Ingersoll Rand International Paper Covidien E.I. DuPont India Citi American Conference Institute’s 3rd India Summit on Anti-Corruption Minimise Bribery Risks and Implement an Effective Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Tailored to Your Operations in India September 23-24, 2013 • Le Méridien Hotel, New Delhi, India Payment Details BY CREDIT CARD Please charge my ○ AMEX ○ VISA ○ MasterCard Number EXP. DATE CARDHolder BY CHEQUE I have enclosed a cheque for $ ___________ made payable to American Conference Institute BY BANK TRANSFER (USD Currency Account for International Delegates) Account Name: American Conference Institute Bank Name: HSBC Bank plc Bank Address: 60 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4N 4TR, UK BIC (Bank Identifier Code): MIDLGB22 IBAN: GB52MIDL40051570315898 Sort Code: 40 05 15 For pricing in Euros or GBP please contact our Customer Service Team at 1 416 926 8200 Delegate Details NAME POSITION APPROVING MANAGER POSITION ORGANIZATION ADDRESS CITY POSTCODE COUNTRY PHONE FAX EMAIL TYPE OF BUSINESS Event Code: 985L14-NDL For multiple delegate bookings please copy this form call for Group discounts. Call us at the above for details. Administrative details Conference Date: September 23-24, 2013 Time: 9:00 – 18:00 Workshop A Date: September 25, 2013 Time: 9:00 – 12:30 Venue: Le Méridien Hotel Address: 8, Windsor Place, Connaught Place, Janpath Road, New Delhi, India, 110001 Telephone: (91) (11) 2371 0101 The American Conference Institute is pleased to offer our delegates a limited number of hotel rooms at a preferential rate. To reserve a room at the preferred rate please visit the conference website and download a reservation form. corruption/hotel--venue payment policy Payment policy is due in full upon registering. Your entry to the event will not be guaranteed until payment has been received. All discounts will be applied to the Main Conference Only fee (excluding add-ons), cannot be combined with any other offer, and must be paid in full at time of order. Group discounts available to individuals employed by the same organisation. Cancellation and Refund Policy You must notify us by email at least 48 hrs in advance if you wish to send a substitute participant. Delegates may not “share” a pass between multiple attendees without prior authorization. If you are unable to find a substitute, please notify American Conference Institute (ACI) in writing up to 10 days prior to the conference date and a credit voucher valid for 1 year will be issued to you for the full amount paid, redeemable against any other ACI conference. If you prefer, you may request a refund of fees paid less a 25% service charge. No credits or refunds will be given for cancellations received after 10 days prior to the conference date. ACI reserves the right to cancel any conference it deems necessary or remove/restrict access to the ACI Alumni program and will not be responsible for airfare, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants. No liability is assumed by ACI for changes in program date, content, speakers, venue or arising from the use or unavailability of the ACI Alumni program. INCORRECT MAILING INFORMATION If you would like us to change any of your details please fax the label on this brochure to our Database Administrator at 416-926-8200 or email Website: Anti-CorruptionIndia Registrations enquiries 44 20 7878 6888 in Europe 1 416 926 8200 in the USA Email: Fax: 416 927 1563 Please return to American Conference Institute 45 West 25th Street, 11th Floor New York, NY 10010 * 8 Ê ' : 5 Easy ways to register Priority Service Code FEE PER DELEGATE Register Pay by July 19, 2013 Register Pay by August 23, 2013 Register after August 23, 2013 o Conference Only USD $1995 USD $2095 USD $2295 o Conference 1 Workshop oA or oB USD $2595 USD $2695 USD $2895 o ELITEPASS*: Conference Both Workshops USD $3195 USD $3295 USD $3495 o I would like to add __ copies of the conference materials on CD-ROM to my order - $299 each o I cannot attend but would like information regarding conference publications Workshop B Date: September 25, 2013 Time: 13:30 – 17:00 *ELITEPASS is recommended for maximum learning and networking value. 985L14.INH