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Measuring Investigations Effectiveness

May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

In this webinar sponsored by Deloitte, we examine concepts relating to how organisations demonstrate value from their investigation programme.  This event will be particularly of interest to those reviewing existing programmes or designing means to measure and track effectiveness.

Please join our experienced panel as they discuss:

  • In what ways can you determine if trust exists in the process/programme?
  • What key performance indicators are there?
  • What can be measured, tracked and how?
  • How do you report on and make visible KPI’s to senior management to demonstrate value?

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Panel:

Stephanie Accousti, Head of Integrity Investigations & Monitoring ABB

Stephanie is a legal counsel, investigator and compliance professional who started her white collar defense and investigations practice at the law firm of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher in Washington, D.C. She then transitioned to an international oilfield services company, Weatherford International, where she managed their post-FCPA settlement obligations, and eventually transitioned to Associate General Counsel for Compliance, responsible for managing their global ethics, integrity and compliance program and team. Stephanie currently is the Head of Integrity Investigations & Monitoring for global technology and engineering firm, ABB. She is responsible for the firm’s integrity investigations portfolio and integrity risk detection and monitoring program. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Sciences from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and a juris doctor from the University of Virginia, where she graduated order of the coif. Stephanie is based in Washington D.C.

Tracy Hunter, Head of Investigations, Aviva Plc

Tracy is currently the Head of Investigations for Aviva’s UK and European Insurance business. She moved to Aviva 2½ years ago following a 20-year career at Deloitte within their UK Forensic practice. Tracy qualified as a chartered accountant in Johannesburg in 1994. Following her career in audit, she specialised in forensic and accounting investigations matters and has developed over 22 years of forensic experience across most industry sectors focusing primarily on the Financial Services sector. Tracy has extensive fraud and financial crime investigatory and advisory skills and has led high profile cases involving white collar crime and corruption, including accounting irregularities, financial crime related compliance investigations, procurement fraud, conflicts of interest issues and is experienced in dealing with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders, including, internal auditors, management, police, retained counsel and financial regulators. She has also worked on numerous expert witness and forensic accounting matters. Tracy is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England & Wales (ICAEW).

Stacey Toder Feldman, Economic Crime Specialist, Deloitte Forensic

An international lawyer, Stacey Toder Feldman is a Director in Deloitte’s Forensic practice. Stacey has over 20 years’ experience advising clients on all aspects of the economic crime compliance lifecycle, in particular on global export controls, sanctions, customs, corruption and fraud. Her practice covers a wide range of industries, with a particular focus on energy and resources, oil and gas, chemicals, manufacturing, trading, shipping and maritime, metals and mining, industrial products, technology, telecommunications and media. She specialises in conducting complex, multi-jurisdictional investigations and regulatory disclosures, including identifying and delivering remedial actions to address gaps or failings identified from such retrospective work. She has an equally strong advisory practice, focused on identifying areas of risk and opportunity, with emphasis on delivering risk assessments, conducting training programmes, and developing and implementing tailored compliance frameworks designed to minimise economic crime risk.

Danny Mayhew, Director, Compliance Investigations, Amgen

Daniel has over 26 years of serious and complex investigative experience at the highest level as a leader, practitioner and people manager within the public and private sectors. Working on major investigations both nationally and internationally including economic & organised crime, anti-bribery and corruption, fraud and healthcare compliance misconduct, in both the public and corporate sectors. He has been a key player in ensuring the delivery of successful outcomes on investigations in the UK, US, throughout Europe, MEA and Asia-Pac. Daniel concluded his law enforcement career in 2013 and joined BP Oil International on the Global Business Integrity Team as an Investigations Manager investigating concerns incorporating the impact of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act. In August 2016, Daniel joined Amgen Inc. a US global leader in the Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals industry where he is now the Director of Compliance Investigations for the EU, TMEA & JAPAC regions in the Worldwide Compliance and Business Ethics Function and serves as key leader of the global compliance function and expert advisor to the global leadership and management teams with reference to compliance investigation work.

Ben Roberts, EMEA Director of Investigations, Citibank

Ben is the EMEA Director of Investigations, Citi Security & Investigative Service (CSIS), the corporate investigations unit of financial services group Citibank N.A. CSIS is responsible for the investigation of significant external/internal fraud events and non-HR related conduct matters on behalf of the firm.

Moderator

Simon Scales, International Corporate Investigations Expert

 

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Date:
May 12
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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