Compliance, Anti-Corruption & Ethics Conference, 20-21 February 2024, Nairobi, Kenya
This conference seeks to provide a unique platform for C Level and Board Level Executives, General Counsels, Compliance Officers, Finance Directors and Managers, Human Resources Specialists, and State Officers with an oversight mandate among other critical professionals to hear from their peers, to learn best practices and to openly and freely discuss real life issues and solutions in an informal and relaxed setting.
Agenda at a Glance
Pricing and Venue
THE ULTIMATE ANTI-CORRUPTION EXPERIENCE
2024 looks set to be another challenging year for professionals in both the private and public sector with ever increasing pressures from the markets they operate in, combined with an uptick in enforcement and international cooperation on Anti-Corruption matters. Faced with a bewildering array of new laws, regulations and guidance, many professional practitioners want to know what works well and how to introduce the best compliance practices in their respective organisations in the most cost effective and innovative way.
Nielsonsmith & MEACA Compliance, Anti-Corruption & Ethics conference seeks to provide a unique platform for C Level and Board Level Executives, General Counsels, Compliance Officers, Finance Directors and Managers, Human Resources Specialists, and State Officers with an Oversight mandate among other critical professionals to hear from their peers, to learn best practices and to openly and freely discuss real life issues and solutions in an informal and relaxed setting. It promises to deliver timely and important insights for all those involved in compliance and anti-corruption/bribery, irrespective of industry or jurisdiction. This Conference aims to improve transparency and accountability in the public sector and to promote responsible behavior in the private sector.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
C Level and Board Level Executives of private and public sector Corporations
General counsel and other in-house legal professionals,
Chief Compliance officers and other compliance professionals,
Inhouse attorneys and Private practice attorneys that counsel clients on international and local compliance issues,
Finance Directors, Finance Managers and Forensic accountants
Human Resources Specialists
State Officers with an Oversight mandate over tax payers funded organisations
Ms. Jane Karuku, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, East African Breweries Limited
Mr. Tomell Da Silva, Global Head of GRC, Private
Mr. Elvis Angyiembe, Global Head of Integrity, Regulatory Affairs & Data Privacy, ABB
Mr. Stephan Lutz, Legal & Compliance Officer, Daimler Trucks & Buses MENA
Ms. Rita Mwangi, General Manager Legal, Compliance and Risk, Simba Corporation Ltd.
Ms.Jennifer D. Newton, Chief Compliance Officer, Caddipay & CEONat’l Association of Black Compliance & Risk Management Professionals (NABCRMP)
Ms. Dianah Njeri Igati, General Counsel, Chief Compliance & MLRO, Scope Markets Kenya
Mr. Paul Karimi, Head of Regulatory Compliance, Chipper Cash
Ms. Doreen Karake, Head of Legal, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Ruzizi III Energy Limited
Ms. Reena Shah, Regional Senior Data Privacy Counsel, M-KOPA
Ms. Priscilla Namusikwe Karamira, Head of Legal/Company Secretary, Abacus Pharma
Mr.Peter Odedina, Group Chief Compliance officer, Airtel Africa plc
Mr. Alexandre Matias Langa, Country Chief Conduct & Compliance Officer, Access Bank Mozambique
Ms. Ruth Mabele, General Counsel, Rubis Energy Kenya
Agenda at a Glance
Keynote Session by a CEO/Senior Government Official on the importance of compliance and ethics