Criminal organizations are increasingly present in the upper-world, undermining governance in both the public sector and the private sector. Systemic frauds and infiltration pose a real threat to the systems designed to protect us against corruption, money laundering, cybercrime, trafficking and occupational fraud and abuse. Some sectors of society are more exposed than others, and thus have an urgent need to further strengthen their fraud risk governance. The public sector is clearly one of these sectors. Are they focusing enough on the serious crimes that destabilises public functions, rather than on petty crime? Further, privatization of public functions implies a huge responsibility for protecting these functions. In the private sector, several industries are becoming increasingly aware that financial economic crime can pose a serious risk to company objectives. But are all of the players sufficiently aware of this? Are they adequately funded and empowered to respond to this risk, and are they responding in a concerted manner?
|12.00 - 12.20 hours|
Welcome from Congress Chairman Michel Klompmaker. Introduction of speakers and programme by Evert-Jan Lammers, Day-Chairman.
|12:-30 - 13:-50|
Lunchworkshop presented by Mark Dunn, Director at LExisNexis BIS.s. His lunchworkshop is called ” The three T’s – Trust, Tansparency and Technology: How the technology terrain can help you mitigate third-party risk.”
This interactive session, led by Mark Dunn, will help you map out the opportunities of technology to enhance your compliance tasks. As well as sharing the latest technology initiatives, the session will help you assess the available options and their value to mitigating regulatory, reputational, strategic and financial risk drivers.
This lunchworkshop will be moderated by Bakir Lashkari, one of our Senior Editors.
|14:-00 - 15:- 30|
Interactive plenary sessions, presented by Michaël André (FSMA) and Matthias Eisenbarth (InBev). Our keynote speeches will have to convince the expert panellists: Anton Kuzupeez (Institite for Internal Controls Ukraine and Belarus), Nadine Spruyt (Febelfin), Jean-Pierre Garitte (IIA Belgium) and Jacqueline Gram (Independent Industry Expert).
Questions and comments from the audience will also be possible in French or Dutch.
Networking break with refreshments in salle Versailles.
|16:-00 - 16:-45|
Keynote speech about the Future of countering Financial Economic Crime : Innovation Hero Marc Strackx will speak about biometrics and security (Palm Secure) in relation to Countering Financial Economic Crime towards 2023.
|16:-45 - 17:-45|
Introduction Documentary High Tech Hackers about Modern Hacking Today. Cybercrime is no longer just hacking. It is a vehicle for other crimes. Dependence of the internet makes governments, enterprises and citizens increasingly vulnerable. Terrorist and criminal organisations can destabilize infrastructure, companies and individual lives. How exposed are we? And how do we go about it?
The film “Digits. Guardians of the Web” will be followed by an interactive debate with the Panel of Experts and the audience.
|17:-45 - 18:-00|
Wrap-up and conclusions by Day-Chair Evert-Jan Lammers
|18:-00 - 18:-45|
Networking cocktail in the foyer. Drinks and canapés in salle Versailles.