Enrique is a practising lawyer in Spain and England and Wales,a compliance officerand a sustainability advisor. He has developed a large part of his professional career in senior management positions in multinational companies in the telecommunications and technology industries. He currently works as a Legal, Compliance & ESG consultant and he is an Adjunct Professor at IE University. He has been a member of the Management Board of a NASDAQ-US listed company.
Enrique holds a Law Degree from the University of Barcelona. He obtained a Master's Degree (MA) in International and Comparative Business Law from the London Guildhall University (now London Metropolitan) (1993) and a PDD (Management Development Program) from IESE (2002) amongst other certificates.
Enrique currently lecturesBusiness Ethics, Professional Ethics and Legal & Compliance implications of Blockchain at IE Law School and on ESG at IE Business School, amongst others institutions. He is Academic Director of the IE-Elecnor Observatory on Sustainable Corporate Cultures and of an IE Business School program on Governance, Risk & Compliance.
His corporate experience includes C-level legal & compliance roles related to corporate governance, compliance and corporate responsibility(VimpelCom/ VEON, Millicom, Nokia SiemensNetworks, Tyco, Dell) and professional and legal services (Arthur Andersen, Price Waterhouse, Freshfields).
Lloydette Bai-Marrow is the Founding Partner of Parametric Global Consulting, an investigations consulting practice. She is a serious economic crime expert, investigator and lawyer, with extensive experience of working with companies and institutions to develop effective strategies to tackle fraud, bribery and corruption.
As a former Principal Investigative Lawyer within the UK Government’s Serious Fraud Office, Lloydette provided legal advice and leadership on top tier cases of fraud, bribery and corruption in the UK and abroad. She has worked as a prosecutor in a number of government departments.
She was appointed as Independent Outside Co-Counsel for a U.S. listed company in 2020 and conducted a year-long review on their behalf into whistleblower allegations of bribery and corruption.
Lloydette is a Visiting Faculty at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Vienna, Austria. She lectures on their Masters in Anti-Corruption Studies and Masters in Anti-Corruption Corruption & Collective Action.
Lloydette is a Board Member for Spotlight on Corruption, a UK based anti-corruption charity which tracks how the UK implements its anti-corruption laws.
Jumping on the privacy train since 2019 Jessica has been at the forefront of researching and reporting on changing data privacy legislations since the enactment of GDPR. With a background at CNN and Deutsche Welle, Jessica brings her Journalism expertise to Usercentrics as the in-house Host of “Tech That Talks”, a bi-weekly privacy panel discussing the latest in data privacy with world renowned experts.
Sandeep Bhide Vice President of Product Management
Sandeep has spent over 15 years in enterprise B2B SaaS software companies with deep and broad experience in product management and software engineering. Before ProcessUnity, Sandeep led GEP’s sourcing, supplier and third-party risk management products for 2 years. Prior to that he led the third-party risk and performance management product at Coupa (Hiperos) for nine years.
Sandeep is responsible for keeping the pulse on current and emerging needs in the third-party management market and delivering high-value product capabilities and solutions that help ProcessUnity’s customers and maintain its leadership position.
Bandini Chhichhia Associate Director, Policy and Ethics, Office of the Chief Compliance Officer
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Bandini works as Associate Director within the Office of the Chief Compliance Officer (OCCO) of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). OCCO promotes good governance and ensures that the highest standards of integrity are applied to all activities of the Bank in accordance with international best practice. Within OCCO, she leads the Ethics team that is responsible for establishing, communicating, monitoring, and implementing fundamental rules regarding the required ethical conduct of those working in the EBRD. In particular, she leads EBRD's mandatory ethical and integrity training strategy - a key measure to ensuring that a proper ethical culture prevails in all of the Bank's dealings with its clients, sponsors, suppliers, counterparties, and any other stakeholder with which the Bank interacts. Prior to this, she worked as an in-house legal counsel for the a number of international organisations, both private and public, including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), International Development of Law Organization (IDLO), Thermo Fisher Scientific (Basel) and as a commercial lawyer for Allens Arthur Robinson (now Allens & Linklaters) in Sydney.
Bandini is a lawyer qualified in the state of New of Wales in Australia. She holds a Master of Laws degree in Rule of Law for Development from Loyola University Chicago and a double Bachelor of Laws and Commerce degree (Accounting Major with Distinctions) from the University of New South Wales, Sydney.
Deputy Commissioner Head of Corporate Affairs, Media and Communications
Graham Doyle Deputy Commissioner Head of Corporate Affairs, Media and Communications
Data Protection Commission
Graham Doyle is a Deputy Commissioner and Head of Corporate Affairs, Media and Communications with the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC).
Within the Corporate Affairs function, Graham is responsible for the DPC’s Finance, Procurement, Corporate Services, Governance and Risk and Staffing and Training Units and he is a member of the DPC’s Audit and Risk committee.
Graham also develops and manages the DPC’s Communications Strategy, which includes extensive national and international media engagement, attending and speaking at events domestically and abroad and delivering a comprehensive internal communications programme for the DPC. In 2020, this Strategy includes the development and operationalising of a DPC-facilitated Data Protection Officer (DPO) Network. In addition, the DPC is also commencing a two-year EU funded project in collaboration with the Croatian Data Protection Authority to raise data protection awareness within SMEs.
Graham previously held the roles of Head of Communications and Research at the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) and Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) and he holds a graduate honour in Public Management, specialising in Law and the Administration of Justice.
Peadar Duffy is Archer’s Global ESG Practice Lead, and is responsible for leveraging his thought leadership in the organizational risk and governance domains to provide strategic direction and collaboration across Archer’s internal and external partners in the design and development of Archer’s ESG solutions. He currently represents Ireland on the ISO technical committees for Risk Management (TC 262) and the Governance of Organisations (TC 309) where he is involved in the development and revision of various guidelines, reports and technical specifications.
Most recently Mr. Duffy had been involved with other international experts in the development of the first global governance guideline which emphasizes organizational purpose and other ESG-sustainability principles underpinning performance and long-term viability. Mr. Duffy began his 25-year career in risk management spanning multiple industry sectors in Ireland, the US and Middle East following 15 years in the Irish military.
Kelly Gama has a law degree, a post-graduate diploma in Corporate Law in Brazil and is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional International (CCEP-I).
Kelly started her career in Brazil at renowned law firms in the corporate and regulatory areas and have over 16 years’ experience in the legal and compliance area.
As Legal Counsel for Brazil, Caribbean & South America at BP Group in the energy sector, Kelly participated in regional and global projects providing in house legal support, including Ethics, anti-bribery and Competition Law consultation and trainings. As part of BP Group, Kelly also had an assignment to South Africa in 2013 where she participated in projects in South Africa and Mozambique.
In 2016 Kelly joined Alstom, French sustainable mobility/ transport company, as Legal & Compliance Officer responsible for the Latin America Region and since January 2020 she is responsible for the EUROPE Region, based in Paris – France, supporting with the implementation and continuous improvement of Alstom’s Integrity Program.
Kelly is active participant of compliance initiatives and events: the 2018 Transparency International School on Integrity in Vilnius, Lithuania; the 2019 Compliance Week Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. (Speaker); the 2019 SCCE São Paulo Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference (Speaker); the 2019 IACA Regional Summer Academy - Central and South America; the 2019 Compliance Across Americas in Sao Paulo, Brazil (Speaker); Compliance Week Europe 2020 Virtual Conference (Speaker); 2020 and 2021 editions of the European Virtual Forum – Ethics, Compliance & Integrity, Viadrina Compliance Center – Germany (Speaker); ACAMS French Chapter Compliance event on March 2022 (Speaker).
David Hamilton has a PhD in organic chemistry and spent 4 years in the pharmaceutical industry, developing drugs for cardiovascular disease and cancer. Inspired by the placebo effect, he left the industry to write books and educate people in how they can harness their mind and emotions to improve their health.
An advocate for kindness and for inspiring a kinder world, David is the author of 11 books, including, The Little Book of Kindness, How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body, I Heart Me and the Amazon bestseller, The Five Side Effects of Kindness. His newest book, Why Woo-Woo Works: The Surprising Science Behind Meditation, Reiki, Crystals, and Other Alternative Practices, will be published September 21, 2021.
David is the ’Kindness Tsar’ for Psychologies Magazine and writes ’The Kindness Conversation’ and the ’Kindness Project’. David is featured in the award-winning documentary, ’HEAL’. He appears regularly in the media and was recently featured on Channel 4’s live show, ’Sunday Brunch’, in the UK and ’CBS Sunday Morning’ in the USA.
Darren Hayes, PhD, is a leading expert in the field of digital forensics, intelligence, cyber security and IT risk management. He is the Founder and Director of the Pace University Digital Forensics Research Lab. He is also an Associate Professor at Pace in New York. Hayes is listed as one of the Top 10 Computer Forensics Professors, by Forensics Colleges. He continually conducts research, with his students, in support of law enforcement agencies both domestically and internationally. His partnerships have included the New York Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, National Crime Agency, Manhattan District Attorney and Westchester District Attorney. Hayes was selected as the recipient of the 2020 Homeland Security Investigations New York Private Sector Partnership Award. Hayes is a frequent lecturer to risk and compliance professionals, in the Certified Compliance and Regulatory Professional Program, at Pace University.
Hayes has served as a visiting professor at Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, University College Dublin, and New York University. He has served as Extern Examiner for the Master of Science Degree program in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation at University College Dublin. He is also a professional consultant in computer forensics and cyberlaw for the Department of Education, New York. With more than a decade of financial services experience on Wall Street, Hayes frequently presents on cybersecurity and digital forensics, from a risk and compliance perspective. Organizations that he has worked with include the ACCA and IMA.
Dr. Hayes is founder and CEO of CODEDETECTIVES LLC. As a forensics examiner, he has worked on numerous cases involving digital evidence in both civil and criminal investigations. He has also been declared as an expert witness in U.S. federal court. For a number of years, Hayes served on the Board of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) Northeast Chapter and was President in 2013.
Hayes is an accomplished author with numerous peer-reviewed publications on computer forensics and cybersecurity. In early 2014, Hayes published his report on payment card fraud for ACCA USA – “Skimming the Surface: How Skimmer Fraud Has Become a Global Epidemic”. In late 2020, he published his fourth book, entitled “A Practical Guide to Digital Forensics Investigations”.
Hayes frequently appears on television, including Bloomberg, MSNBC, The Street, Fox 5 News and has been quoted by CNN, The Guardian (UK), The Times (UK), Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, Investor’s Business Daily, MarketWatch, CNBC, ABC News, Forensic Magazine, SC Magazine, PC Magazine, USA Today, Washington Post, New York Post, Daily News and Wired News to name but a few.
Doug Hileman, FSA, CRMA, CPEA President and Founder
Douglas Hileman Consulting LLC
Mr. Hileman draws on over four decades of experience to help clients with ESG risk, compliance, management systems, internal controls, reporting, audit readiness, and auditing. Current focus areas include GHG emissions, forced labor, and conformance with new and emerging rules and standards, including the SEC’s proposed climate disclosure rule. Doug brings a unique perspective to compliance, drawing from experience in operations and corporate compliance; environmental and sustainability auditing, Internal Auditing, and external assurance for ESG issues (with a Big 4 firm and leading conflict minerals assurance audits with his firm) – four “lines of defense”. He was on the Volkswagen Monitor Team, involved in the transformation of environmental compliance and management. Doug is active with the Institute of Internal Auditors, contributing to thought leadership, webinars, and ESG workshops. He authored the first piece on environmental fraud for BNA Environmental Reporter. He is on a core team updating COSO’s guidance on linking the internal controls framework to ESG. Doug holds the Fundamentals in Sustainability Accounting credential (granted by SASB), Certified Risk Management Assurance Professional (by the IIA) and is Certified Professional Environmental Auditor.
Mary Inman, a partner in Constantine Cannon’s London and San Francisco offices, heads the firm’s International Whistleblower practice. She specializes in representing whistleblowers worldwide under the US whistleblower reward programs, including the SEC, CFTC, IRS, DOT and FinCEN programs. Mary’s successful efforts to export the US whistleblower programs to the UK were featured in the New York Times article “Law Firm Sees Britain as Hunting Ground for U.S. Whistleblower Cases.” Her successful representation of three healthcare whistleblowers and the personal toll whistleblowing exacted from these clients was featured in the New Yorker (Feb. 4, 2019). Mary represents renowned SEC whistleblower Tyler Shultz who exposed the infamous Silicon Valley blood testing start-up Theranos, and regularly speaks on lessons to be learned from this scandal. Mary led 11 teams across the globe in responding to a challenge issued under the Financial Times’ Global Legal Hackathon to empower whistleblowers to help alleviate problems created by the COVID pandemic. Mary is a regular commentator on whistleblower matters for the Financial Times, BBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Fortune.
Xavier Andre Justo, currently a writer and speaker; started his banking career in 1987. He is an ex-Swiss banker and ex-Petrosaudi Director. He is the whistleblower in the 1MDB scandal, who leaking data to the press in 2015. He spent 18 months in 2015 and 2016 in a Thai jail under false charges.
Since his release in December 2016, he has been cooperating with various justice authorities in the world to send the real criminals to prison. Xavier was born in Geneva, Switzerland. He is married with one son.
Anil Karmel is the Co-Founder and CEO of RegScale, which delivers freedom from (digital) paper by helping organizations shift both security and compliance left via our RegScale continuous compliance automation platform. RegScale’s API-centric software platform integrates with your existing security and compliance platforms to dynamically manage security control state, shifting compliance left to deliver audit-ready documentation on demand. Heavily Regulated Organizations such as the U.S. Navy, Department of Energy and Fortune 500 Financial Institutions use RegScale to start compliant and stay compliant with their ongoing regulatory obligations. Formerly, Anil served as the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Deputy Chief Technology Officer and prior to that, served at Los Alamos National Laboratory to design and lead implementation of their secure cloud and collaboration platforms.
Karmel has been in the IT Industry for over twenty years, working with Fortune 500 companies and governments at the intersection of cloud, cyber security, and compliance. He and his team garnered industry and government accolades, including the SANS National Cyber Security Innovators Award for Cloud Security, InformationWeek 500 Top Government IT Innovators, ACT/IAC Excellence.gov Award and the DOE Secretary's Achievement Award.
Anil currently serves as the President of the Cloud Security Alliance's Washington DC Metro Area Chapter (CSA-DC) and as a member of the CSA's CxO Trust Advisory Council, committed to spearhead cloud related security benchmarks coupled with practical privacy and governance models. Karmel is a nationally recognized speaker and has been featured at numerous IT conferences and webinars.
Noshin Khan, CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM Compliance Counsel
Noshin Khan serves as a Compliance Counsel at OneTrust, the Trust Intelligence Platform, unlocking every company’s value and potential to thrive by doing what’s good for people and the planet. OneTrust connects privacy, GRC, ethics, and ESG teams, data, and processes, so all companies can collaborate seamlessly and put trust at the centre of their operations and culture.
In her role, Noshin supports the OneTrust Ethics & Compliance Cloud where she advises companies on how to foster a culture of ethical behaviour and business practices. Noshin earned an International Commerce degree from France and holds a CCEP-I, CIPP/E, CIPM. She is also certified Ethics of AI from The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Sua Kyei, Senior Compliance Manager, has over twelve years of multi sector experience and specializes in the design and implementation of compliance programs.
She is responsible for the internal compliance and ethics programs of F5 Inc EMEA and has global responsibility for compliance training and communication across the business.
Prior to joining F5, Sua was a Compliance Manager for 6 years with AlixPartners where she was responsible for the design, implementation and operationalisation of the anti-bribery and corruption and anti-money laundering due diligence program. Sua also worked as a paralegal for a premier Central American law firm as well as Bank of New York Mellon.
Sua received a Combined Honours in Law and French from the Kingston University and a Legal Practitioners Course from the University of Law, London. Sua is a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and is CCEP-I qualified.
Nikolay Lashko is regional compliance officer at Schaeffler Technologies, multinational industrial manufacturer from Germany. He is compliance and integrity expert with extensive practical experience of working in diverse industries and geographies in Europe and former CIS.
Nikolaj started his carrier as attorney at law followed by a role as consultant at one of Big4 in fraud investigations in Germany.
The next 12 years Nikolaj actively worked as compliance investigator at German and French listed companies as Head of investigations and compliance Director actively managing whistleblowing systems and contributing to development of internal compliance program and integrity framework.
In his current role he supervises implementation of compliance program in CEE&MEA at leading industrial manufacturer and is majorly engaged in policy and controls’ implementation and in development of compliance culture within the diverse entities of the group.
Nikolaj has PhD in Criminalistics and criminal process law and had many years of experience as member of law faculty at his home university in the past.
Satnam Lehal is Chief Compliance Officer of Danske Bank. Prior to that, he was the Bank’s Head of Financial Crime Compliance. Before joining Danske Bank in 2019, Satnam was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he worked for 10 years in various roles in Financial Crime and Regulatory Compliance, his most recent position was as International Head of Financial Crime Compliance. He has BA from the University of Oxford and a MBA from the University of Cambridge.
Legal and Technology Officer - Technology and Privacy Unit
Stefano Leucci Legal and Technology Officer - Technology and Privacy Unit
EDPS - European Data Protection Supervisor
Stefano Leucci is a legal and technological expert at the European Data Protection Supervisor. His main responsibilities concern strategic foresight of new technological trends, financial issues and artificial intelligence. Stefano has a diversified experience as a data protection officer, both in private and public organizations.
Colleen is the Senior Vice President of Third-Party Risk Software Products at Shared Assessments, where she leads the TPRM software team in the development of the software products/tools for third party risk assurance.
Colleen has over 20 years of experience within the financial services industry and consulting. She has led programs associated with risk management, procurement/contract negotiation, mergers and acquisitions, and business process reengineering. She has regulatory and global experience executing portfolios to meet the corporate strategy.
Recently, Colleen managed theThird-Party Security Risk Assurance team for a bank where she reported to the CSO and ensured all due diligence, continuous monitoring, and privacy requirements were met for the third-party inventory. She also was the Chair for the BITS Third Party Risk Committee with representation from multiple firms addressing the best practices and increased regulatory focus on fourth parties. She also managed the Cyber Delivery Management team executing the projects including third parties.
Alessandro Ortalda Executive Member - Training Coordinator
Brussels Privacy Hub
Alessandro is doctoral researcher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel and training coordinator of the Brussels Privacy Hub. He holds a bachelor degree in History from Ca’ Foscari University (Venice, Italy) and a master of social science in International Security and Law from Southern Denmark University (Odense, Denmark). After his master’s degree, Alessandro worked as a cybersecurity consultant, specialising in advisory services to governments and international organisations concerning national cybersecurity issues, cyber-capacity building, national cybersecurity strategy drafting and monitoring, and national digital identity systems.
Asha Palmer is Skillsoft’s senior vice president of compliance solutions. Throughout her career, Asha has developed, enhanced, and optimized effective ethics and compliance programs for hundreds of companies worldwide. Her passion and expertise are in program development & enhancement, training & engagement, anti-bribery & corruption, risk assessments, and making compliance -- dare we say it?! -- fun. Asha pushes compliance out of the box. As a former Assistant United States Attorney and litigator, Asha is extremely passionate about making training & engagement stick and be meaningfully embedded in and with business and its leaders.
Course Director, Global Lead Anti-Money Laundering & Sanctions Compliance
Maria Sanchez-Marin Melero Director of Sales Strategy and Execution for Third Party Risk
Maria Sanchez-Marin Melero is Director of Sales Strategy and Execution for Third Party Risk at Refinitiv, an LSEG business. She is an experienced manager with 20 years of experience working across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. She has held various senior roles in the sales strategy function in the Risk business at LSEG/Refinitiv/Thomson Reuters, where she joined to launch the Third-Party Risk proposition and later run the Compliance Learning businesses. Maria was Chief Operating Officer at the Thomson Reuters Foundation, in charge of the Trust Conference, the annual event on human trafficking and slavery. At the Foundation she held other roles like Founding Director of the Award winning TrustLaw global probono service. She started her career at the International Crisis Group where she drove private sector engagement.
An industry expert who is passionate about building progressive, outcome-driven ethics and compliance programs, Harper Wells serves as the Chief Compliance Officer at Learning Pool. She oversees the company’s ethics and compliance program and helps over 1,400 organizations around the world– including leading Fortune 500 organizations–transform their program strategy by leveraging technology and behavioral analytics.
Prior to Learning Pool, Harper spent over 15 years in compliance, risk, and governance roles across heavily regulated industries. She is an active author and speaker in prominent media outlets and industry events. Harper also chairs the True North Conference that brings together ethics and compliance professionals to find strategic solutions that maximize impact and strengthen the enterprise compliance function.