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San Juan Puerto Rico
9 November 20221 minute read

Chief Compliance Officer Virtual Summit

Hosted by DLA Piper's Global Compliance Practice

Thank you for joining us for our first annual Chief Compliance Officer Summit.

On-demand viewing options:

1. If you are not requesting CLE credit, the individual sessions can be viewed by clicking here.

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Opening session

Voice of the CCO

A discussion about compliance from a CCO’s perspective.

10:00 am – 10:45 am ET

Moderator: Stasia Kelly

Speakers: Holly Shick (United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee), Ansie Delport (Rolls-Royce plc), Jerry Kral (Brown-Forman), Shannon Higginson (lululemon)

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Holly Shick Ansie Delport
Stasia Kelly
Holly Shick Ansie Delport


Jerry Kral
Shannon Higginson
Jerry Kral
Shannon Higginson


Breakout sessions

Breakout A – Compliance issues in ESG

This discussion will focus on how the roles of the GC and CCO are evolving as they relate to ESG.

10:50 am – 11:25 am ET

Moderator: Ann K. Ford

Speakers: John J. Gilluly III, Gonzalo Guzman (Unilever), Ryan Manning (Allied Universal)

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John Gilluly
Gonzalo Guzman
Ann K. Ford
John J. Gilluly III
Gonzalo Guzman
Ryan Manning
Ryan Manning


Breakout B – Big data and the use of artificial intelligence

This discussion will focus on how companies can use big data and AI to minimize compliance risks and how these areas are expected to evolve.

10:50 am – 11:25 am ET

Moderator: Angeline Chen

Speakers: Ilan Sherr, Al Park (FTI Consulting), Kristopher Keys (Exelon Corporation)

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Al Park
Angeline Chen
Ilan Sherr
Al Park
Kristopher Keys
Kristopher Keys


Breakout C – How companies are addressing global whistleblowing protections

Governments worldwide are increasingly focusing on whistleblower protection. This panel offers various perspectives to help understand how companies are addressing these requirements.

11:30 am – 12:00 pm ET

Moderator: Katrina A. Hausfeld

Speakers: Laura Ford, Dave Chu (SNC-Lavalin), Nicolò Baratta (Barilla)

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Laura Ford
Dave Chu
Katrina A. Hausfeld
Laura Ford
Dave Chu
Nicolo Baratta

Nicolò Baratta


Breakout D – Healthcare compliance

A discussion of hot topics in healthcare compliance.

11:30 am – 12:00 pm ET

Moderator: Brain H. Benjet

Speakers: Eric P. Christofferson, Kristi Kung, Morgan Harber (BioMatrix Specialty Pharmacy), Ryan Macpherson (Dexcom)

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Eric Christofferson Kristi Kung
Brain H. Benjet
Eric P. Christofferson Kristi Kung
Morgan Harber Ryan Macpherson
Morgan Harber Ryan Macpherson


Keynote session

Compliance expectations of development banks

Our final discussion addresses compliance expectations of development banks.

12:05 pm – 12:50 pm ET

Moderator: Patrick Rappo

Speakers: Juan Ronderos (The Inter-American Development Bank), Chiawen Kiew (European Bank for Reconstruction & Development), Duncan Smith (EIB)

Patrick Rappo
Juan Ronderos
Chiawen Kiew
Patrick Rappo
Juan Ronderos
Chiawen Kiew
Duncan Smith

Duncan Smith


Virtual networking sessions

12:55 pm – 1:30 pm ET

Networking sessions

Life Sciences
Financial and Professional Services
Consumer Goods, Food and Retail
Media, Sport and Entertainment
Energy and Industrials

For more information

Please contact Julie Parent with questions.


MCLE information

DLA Piper LLP (US) has been certified by the State Bar of California and the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider. The following CLE credit is being sought for each session:

  • California: 0.5 Credit (0.5 General, 0.0 Ethics)
  • New York: 0.5 Transitional & Non-Transitional Credit (0.5 Professional Practice, 0.0 Ethics and Professionalism)

CLE credit will be applied for in other states where DLA Piper has an office with the exception of Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico.

This program is not eligible for CLE credits in Georgia and New Jersey due to the duration of the program.