A discussion about what the directive requires in respect of the investigations process and how your organisation can comply.
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Christoph Haid is a partner at Schoenherr and joined the law firm in January 2004. He is a member of the EU & Competition department and co-heads Schoenherr’s Compliance & Investigations teams. On the competition law side, he has since been involved in numerous high-profile merger control proceedings before the Austrian competition authorities and the European Commission, and coordinated global merger control filings, particularly in CEE, where his focal point of work is. On the compliance side, Christoph is frequently involved in supporting clients to implement comprehensive compliance programmes, investigate perceived misconduct and respond to emergency situations.
Maria Dardai is an experienced legal professional, with over 15 years’ experience and with a demonstrated history of working as a “real generalist” in different types of industries. She is skilled in almost all area of internal legal matters, with specific expertise in the telecom industry and all kinds of compliance matters. A very experienced leader in the area of management, Maria is a strong legal professional who graduated from ELTE, Budapest, and whose further education continued in the prestigious IMD Business School, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Katie Hodson is the Head of Investigations, at the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is an international financing organisation that aims to “attract and disburse additional resources to prevent and treat HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Katie is from England and has more than 20 years of experience in conducting and supervising investigations. Prior to working at The Global Fund, she served at Novartis International AG, Basel as the Global Head of Investigations, where she managed a team of 30 investigators working on international matters. She has extensive experience leading fraud investigations globally, including product theft, diversion and counterfeiting as well as numerous investigations involving employee misconduct.
Miranda Brown, Whistleblower, will also join the panel.