Michael André is since April 2016 Head of Enforcement and Investigations’ Officer Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA). The Belgian Financial Services and Markets Authority takes responsibility for the integrity of the financial markets and fair treatment of financial consumers.
The Head of Enforcement is responsible for e.g.:
Michael André was from 2011 until 2017 also FSMA’s delegate, Market Integrity Standing Committee of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
Mark Dunn is the Segment Leader for Entity Due Diligence and Monitoring at LexisNexis. He is responsible for the development and delivery of LexisNexis Business Insight Solutions due diligence products and services. He is the spokesman on anti-money laundering, anti-bribery & corruption and sanctions compliance. He also oversees LexisNexis global strategy and business development. Mark Dunn is a regular speaker at industry events and has written extensively for industry journals and is also a blogger at Risk & Compliance Platform Europe.
Jacqueline is an independent Forensic consultant, specialised in fraud prevention, fraud risk management and developing custom made trainings.
The foundations of her broad expertise lay in leading and performing investigations of fraudulent bankruptcies together with the federal police. Jacqueline has over 15 years of experience with a specific focus on investigations. Her area of expertise is fraud investigations as well as FCPA and forensic accounting. She has led a variety of significant international and domestic investigations covering such areas as: accounting fraud, asset misappropriation, FCPA and other AB&C investigations, bribery, money laundering and Ponzi schemes.
Jacqueline has been been engaged as trainer at the Master Forensic Audit at UAMS (Antwerp).
Jean-Pierre Garitte has been an international governance, risk management and internal audit practitioner, consultant and trainer for 42 years. In a previous position he was for more than 20 years the Director of Internal Audit at J. Van Breda & Co, a financial holding company based in Antwerp, Belgium. Jean-Pierre was until June 2010 a partner with Deloitte Enterprise Risk Services (ERS), where he lead the corporate governance, internal audit and risk management practice for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is specialized in the strategic assessment and reengineering of internal audit functions. He has undertaken assessments of internal audit functions on behalf of the Institute of Internal Auditors, the World Bank, the OECD and the European Commission. Jean-Pierre has trained numerous professional internal auditors in Asia and Europe. Jean-Pierre has lead advocacy efforts to promote the value of the internal audit profession towards legislators, regulators and other interest groups at the European level. He is the chairman of the Audit and Oversight Committee of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Geneva and was the special adviser to the National Bank of Romania. He currently advises the audit committee of Brussels Airport Company on risk management and internal audit (BAC). Jean-Pierre is an external member of the Audit Progress Committee of the European Commission and of the Audit Committee for Local Governments in the Flanders. He has been recently appointed as the CEO of the Institute of Internal Auditors in Belgium.
He is an Executive Professor in Corporate Governance, Internal and Information Systems Auditing at the Antwerp Management School (AMS). He was a visiting professor at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and at the South Bank University in London. He has been advising Boards of Directors and Audit Committees in Belgium, Germany, Thailand, Malaysia, Romania, Slovenia and Turkey.
He is the Past Chairman of the Board of the international Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). At the European level he has been for six years the President of the European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ECIIA). For three years, he has also been the Chairman of the Asian Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ACIIA), representing the profession in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Matthias Eisenbarth is Senior Legal Counsel at AB InBev. He heads AB InBev’s European competition and antitrust legal department which includes matters such as compliance, regulatory approvals, and other related issues. He is also the General Counsel for the European and Middle Eastern Exports Business Unit (EEME) covering 48 countries where he advises on all commercial law and corporate affairs issues.
Matthias was previously an associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer where he focused on all aspects of competition law. Matthias is a German qualified lawyer and holds an LL.M in European Law from the College of Europe, Bruges.
Anton Kuzupeev is Vice-President of the Institute for Internal Controls- Ukraine and Belarus local chapter, based in Kyiv, Ukraine. He is also the General Secreatry of the Scientific Committee of the reserach center of Orange Table professional network srl in Milan, Italy. Anton also worked for the IIA Ukrainian Chapter as a board member, head of external relations and Professional advocacy committee.
From 2008 until 2016 Anton worked for Alfa Bank in Moscow and Minsk. He was the advisor to the Chairman of the Board and member of the audit committee,
Bakir Lashkari is a versatile and multi-skilled professional with a broad background. He has various master’s degrees in Business Administration in Leadership Dilemma’s & profitable Growth (IMD) and Marketing Access (INSEAD) and in PIM – Professional Interim Management (Nyenrode University). Bakir is currently Professional in Business Development Strategic Management & International Business. He is an experienced GDPR and GRC – Governance, Risk and Compliance Senior Consultant.
Bakir has worked for more than 20 years in Banking, Insurance & Asset Management dealing with IT technology development, project development and international contracting. Bakir Lashkari has a multi-cultural background with strong presentation and persuasiveness skills and he is a regular speaker on business exhibitions and universities around the world.
Giselle Vercauteren is President of Isaca Belgium and CEO of Sirus. Sirus is a successful scale-up company specialised in IoT solutions and integration. Sirus designed the Open Smart City Platform for Antwerp, a city with the second largest port of Europe.
Giselle is an expert in creating a clear vision and outlining the strategy and roadmap to achieve succes. Giselle is a strategist with focus on innovation, armed with broadbased background and skills in the areas of industry, energy, city ecology and IT management. She contributes to publications and speaks at technology industry events on topics
including digital innovation, the value of smart city platforms, privacy in the digital era, enterprise culture and organisational transformation.
Marc Strackx is an Experienced Owner with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Strong entrepreneurship professional skilled in Sales, E-commerce, Entrepreneurship, Sales Management, and People Management.
After studying Economics Evert-Jan worked for 11 years as an auditor at KPMG, first in Amsterdam and then in Paris. There he worked for banks and large multinational corporations. Subsequently he formed the Forensic Practice of KPMG in Belgium, which he has led for seven years. In 2004 he founded EBBEN Partners.
He is Honorary Chair of the Institute of Fraud Auditors Belgium, Board Member of Transparency International Belgium and he chairs the Platform International Cooperation at the Institute for Financial Crime in The Hague. For 15 years he was an Executive Professor at Antwerp Management School. He regularly publishes and speeches on Financial Economic Crime.
Nadine Spruyt is Deputy Director Risk Affairs at Febelfin and she will participate as an expert on behalf of Febelfin.
Febelfin vzw/asbl (non-profit association) is the Belgian Financial Sector Federation. It tries to reconcile the interests of its members with those of the policy makers, supervisors, trade associations and pressure groups at the national and European level. Febelfin vzw/asbl defends the interests of all its members: large banks, small and medium-sized banks, niche players, providers of infrastructure, etc. It speaks on behalf of the financial sector as a whole (except for the insurance companies).