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Economic Crime Prevention Switzerland
5-6 March, 2024
Zurich, Switzerland | Sheraton Hotel

Our Esteemed Cross Industry Speaking Faculty Consist of Regulatory, Legal & Compliance and Private Practice Experts to Assist You with Practical Knowledge to Advance Your Risk & Compliance Strategies! 

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  • Author:

    Adrian Mom

    Partner, Risk Advisory
    AlixPartners

    Adrian is a Partner in the AlixPartners Risk Advisory team, located in Zurich, Switzerland. He specializes in leveraging cutting-edge technology and accounting expertise to conduct internal and regulatory high-profile investigations, monitorships, risk analytics, comprehensive reviews of compliance programs, and related transformations.

    Adrian’s experience includes complex local and cross-border compliance matters across several industries in connection with AFC obligations, (top)-management misconduct, accounting fraud, corruption, bribery, tax fraud, asset misappropriation, and other related offenses.

    He is recognized by Who is Who Legal as one of the Future Global Leaders in Investigations 2021 and 2022, is a CFA charter holder and holds a MSc in Finance from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

    Adrian Mom

    Partner, Risk Advisory
    AlixPartners

    Adrian is a Partner in the AlixPartners Risk Advisory team, located in Zurich, Switzerland. He specializes in leveraging cutting-edge technology and accounting expertise to conduct internal and regulatory high-profile investigations, monitorships, risk analytics, comprehensive reviews of compliance programs, and related transformations.

    Adrian’s experience includes complex local and cross-border compliance matters across several industries in connection with AFC obligations, (top)-management misconduct, accounting fraud, corruption, bribery, tax fraud, asset misappropriation, and other related offenses.

    He is recognized by Who is Who Legal as one of the Future Global Leaders in Investigations 2021 and 2022, is a CFA charter holder and holds a MSc in Finance from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

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    Alex de Lucena

    Director of Product Strategy
    Shield

    Alex de Lucena

    Director of Product Strategy
    Shield
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    Aneta Klosek

    Market Planning Director
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    Aneta Klosek

    Market Planning Director
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions
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    Antonio Abbadessa

    Head of Ethics & Business Integrity EMEA
    Google

    Antonio Abbadessa

    Head of Ethics & Business Integrity EMEA
    Google
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    Bahar Malavan Naryndji

    Senior Human Rights Compliance Specialist

    Bahar Malavan Naryndji

    Senior Human Rights Compliance Specialist
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    Dr. iur Cansu Burkhalter

    Head Compliance - Regulatory
    Bitcoin Suisse AG

    Dr. iur Cansu Burkhalter

    Head Compliance - Regulatory
    Bitcoin Suisse AG
  • Author:

    Chloe Cina

    Head of Global Sanctions Advisory
    Deutsche Bank

    Chloe Cina, a barrister and leading international financial sanctions expert. She is the Head of Global Sanctions Advisory at Deutsche Bank. Her work includes advising on complex cross-border investigations, enforcement, high profile transactions and sanctions compliance, particularly in the context of Russia, Iran and humanitarian aid. She’s recognised by international organisations, regulators, and the private sector for her thought leadership and legal advisory work. She worked for United Nations. At the Foreign Office she was in the National Security team where she led the Iran nuclear legal team for the UK. At HSBC she was the UK Head of Sanctions.

    Chloe Cina

    Head of Global Sanctions Advisory
    Deutsche Bank

    Chloe Cina, a barrister and leading international financial sanctions expert. She is the Head of Global Sanctions Advisory at Deutsche Bank. Her work includes advising on complex cross-border investigations, enforcement, high profile transactions and sanctions compliance, particularly in the context of Russia, Iran and humanitarian aid. She’s recognised by international organisations, regulators, and the private sector for her thought leadership and legal advisory work. She worked for United Nations. At the Foreign Office she was in the National Security team where she led the Iran nuclear legal team for the UK. At HSBC she was the UK Head of Sanctions.

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    Charmian Simmons

    Financial Crime & Compliance Expert
    SymphonyAI

    Charmian Simmons is a Financial Crime and Compliance Expert covering Financial Services at SymphonyAI. She has over 20 years of experience in the financial sector across risk management, financial crime, internal controls and IT advisory. She is a technology evangelist specialising in AI innovations and transformation. Charmian is responsible for providing practitioner expertise, thought leadership and analysing key policy, regulatory and technology drivers transforming the compliance market. Charmian is CAMS, CDPSE, CRMA and CISA certified.

    Charmian Simmons

    Financial Crime & Compliance Expert
    SymphonyAI

    Charmian Simmons is a Financial Crime and Compliance Expert covering Financial Services at SymphonyAI. She has over 20 years of experience in the financial sector across risk management, financial crime, internal controls and IT advisory. She is a technology evangelist specialising in AI innovations and transformation. Charmian is responsible for providing practitioner expertise, thought leadership and analysing key policy, regulatory and technology drivers transforming the compliance market. Charmian is CAMS, CDPSE, CRMA and CISA certified.

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    Christian J. Nauvel

    Deputy Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement National Security Division
    U.S. Department of Justice

    Christian Nauvel is the Deputy Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement in the U.S. DOJ’s National Security Division, where he helps coordinate and oversee the investigation and prosecution of corporate crime relating to the national security of the United States.  Previously, Mr. Nauvel served in the Criminal Division as a Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, a Senior Trial Attorney in the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section’s Bank Integrity Unit, and a member of the National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team.  During his time at the DOJ, Mr. Nauvel has also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Maryland and the Eastern District of New York.  Prior to his appointment, Mr. Nauvel was a litigation associate at an international law firm.  Mr. Nauvel obtained his J.D. from Northwestern University, and his B.S. from Bates College.

    Christian J. Nauvel

    Deputy Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement National Security Division
    U.S. Department of Justice

    Christian Nauvel is the Deputy Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement in the U.S. DOJ’s National Security Division, where he helps coordinate and oversee the investigation and prosecution of corporate crime relating to the national security of the United States.  Previously, Mr. Nauvel served in the Criminal Division as a Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, a Senior Trial Attorney in the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section’s Bank Integrity Unit, and a member of the National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team.  During his time at the DOJ, Mr. Nauvel has also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Maryland and the Eastern District of New York.  Prior to his appointment, Mr. Nauvel was a litigation associate at an international law firm.  Mr. Nauvel obtained his J.D. from Northwestern University, and his B.S. from Bates College.

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    Daniel Gysel

    Chief Compliance and Revenue Officer
    Zurich Insurance Unit Switzerland

    Daniel Gysel

    Chief Compliance and Revenue Officer
    Zurich Insurance Unit Switzerland
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    Delphine Forma

    Regulatory Advisor
    Skyline Digital AG

    Delphine Forma is an experienced compliance officer who worked across different countries and industries including large banks in the U.K. such as Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi UFJ and HSBC Bank plc., and blockchain/crypto businesses (exchanges and miners) in Switzerland. She holds a diploma from Sciences Po Lyon, and two master’s degrees specialized in European Criminal Business Law and Frauds and Money Laundering Prevention. Delphine is a Board member of the OpenVASP Association (a non-profit association formed to develop a protocol and standards to allow virtual assets providers and others to comply with the Financial Action Task Force's "travel rule" requiring identifying information for parties involved in transfer of Digital Assets) and has served has a Board Member of the Crypto Valley Association.  Delphine is passionate about crypto and all blockchain things.

    Delphine Forma

    Regulatory Advisor
    Skyline Digital AG

    Delphine Forma is an experienced compliance officer who worked across different countries and industries including large banks in the U.K. such as Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi UFJ and HSBC Bank plc., and blockchain/crypto businesses (exchanges and miners) in Switzerland. She holds a diploma from Sciences Po Lyon, and two master’s degrees specialized in European Criminal Business Law and Frauds and Money Laundering Prevention. Delphine is a Board member of the OpenVASP Association (a non-profit association formed to develop a protocol and standards to allow virtual assets providers and others to comply with the Financial Action Task Force's "travel rule" requiring identifying information for parties involved in transfer of Digital Assets) and has served has a Board Member of the Crypto Valley Association.  Delphine is passionate about crypto and all blockchain things.

  • Author:

    Eike Bicker

    Partner and Head of Compliance & Investigations Practice
    Gleiss Lutz

    Eike chairs the Compliance & Investigations practice of Gleiss Lutz. He is one of the leading lawyers on corporate governance, investigations and compliance in Germany and Europe. He has particular experience in handling high-profile corporate governance and compliance matters, cross-border investigations, related litigation as well as white-collar defence vis-à-vis various international enforcement agencies. Eike also regularly advises on the design of compliance programs, their effective implementation and improvement. His clients include global companies, international investment funds, management boards, supervisory boards and regulators. Eike is based in Frankfurt.

    Eike Bicker

    Partner and Head of Compliance & Investigations Practice
    Gleiss Lutz

    Eike chairs the Compliance & Investigations practice of Gleiss Lutz. He is one of the leading lawyers on corporate governance, investigations and compliance in Germany and Europe. He has particular experience in handling high-profile corporate governance and compliance matters, cross-border investigations, related litigation as well as white-collar defence vis-à-vis various international enforcement agencies. Eike also regularly advises on the design of compliance programs, their effective implementation and improvement. His clients include global companies, international investment funds, management boards, supervisory boards and regulators. Eike is based in Frankfurt.

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    Elena Mokretsova

    Financial Crime Compliance Manager, Vice President
    Santander

    Elena has extensive international experience in Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering with global financial institutions with roles based in Switzerland, Spain, Mexico and Poland, with special interest in detecting money laundering patterns of Latin-American and Russian organized crime groups, as well as prevention of embezzlement of funds proceeding from public contracts.

     

    In her current role with Banco Santander, she is responsible for leading Financial Crime Compliance team covering Sanctions Screening, Transaction Monitoring, Investigations and Periodic Reviews.

     

    Prior to joining Santander Group in 2018 in Madrid, she was with Citigroup from 2009 until the end of 2017, covering the role of AML Global Investigation Unit Senior Compliance with Citi in Mexico as her last position, working on complex investigative projects on organized crime and corruption proceeds laundering in Latin American Region. Her main achievements in this role include development of investigative projects focused on detection of money laundering schemes used by Russian organized crime applied for Latin American drug-cartels and public embezzlement project aimed to identify corruption schemes in Construction sector in Mexico.

     

    Before that, Elena was AML Quality Assurance Team Leader in Mexico and AML Subject Matter Expert (SME) for EMEA Region in Warsaw, as well with Citigroup. In the SME role in Poland, she was supporting the migration of the AML Operations processes for virtual units in Switzerland, Russia and Ukraine.

     

    She graduated with a master’s degree in International Economics from Lazarski School of Commerce and Law based in Warsaw in 2009 and holds a bachelor’s degree in finance management from Higher School of Economics, Russia. Elena has Advanced AML Certification by International Compliance Association and collaborated for the book The Untold Stories of Financial Crime by Maurren Mutua. She is fluent in 6 languages, including her mother-tongue Russian, Spanish, Polish, English, Portuguese and French.

    Elena Mokretsova

    Financial Crime Compliance Manager, Vice President
    Santander

    Elena has extensive international experience in Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering with global financial institutions with roles based in Switzerland, Spain, Mexico and Poland, with special interest in detecting money laundering patterns of Latin-American and Russian organized crime groups, as well as prevention of embezzlement of funds proceeding from public contracts.

     

    In her current role with Banco Santander, she is responsible for leading Financial Crime Compliance team covering Sanctions Screening, Transaction Monitoring, Investigations and Periodic Reviews.

     

    Prior to joining Santander Group in 2018 in Madrid, she was with Citigroup from 2009 until the end of 2017, covering the role of AML Global Investigation Unit Senior Compliance with Citi in Mexico as her last position, working on complex investigative projects on organized crime and corruption proceeds laundering in Latin American Region. Her main achievements in this role include development of investigative projects focused on detection of money laundering schemes used by Russian organized crime applied for Latin American drug-cartels and public embezzlement project aimed to identify corruption schemes in Construction sector in Mexico.

     

    Before that, Elena was AML Quality Assurance Team Leader in Mexico and AML Subject Matter Expert (SME) for EMEA Region in Warsaw, as well with Citigroup. In the SME role in Poland, she was supporting the migration of the AML Operations processes for virtual units in Switzerland, Russia and Ukraine.

     

    She graduated with a master’s degree in International Economics from Lazarski School of Commerce and Law based in Warsaw in 2009 and holds a bachelor’s degree in finance management from Higher School of Economics, Russia. Elena has Advanced AML Certification by International Compliance Association and collaborated for the book The Untold Stories of Financial Crime by Maurren Mutua. She is fluent in 6 languages, including her mother-tongue Russian, Spanish, Polish, English, Portuguese and French.

  • Author:

    Finnian Emson

    AI Data Scientist
    Zurich Insurance

    Finnian Emson

    AI Data Scientist
    Zurich Insurance
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    Floriana Scarlato

    Group Chief Compliance Officer
    Lombard Odier

    Floriana Scarlato

    Group Chief Compliance Officer
    Lombard Odier
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    Gavin Proudley

    Head of Third Party Risk Proposition
    Dow Jones Risk & Compliance

    Gavin Proudley has been helping clients manage financial crime, corruption and reputational risk for over 10 years. He has delivered enhanced due diligence services to clients across a range of jurisdictions and sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, life sciences and manufacturing. Gavin has supported clients involved in high-risk transactions by providing anti-bribery due diligence, and helped others design and implement broader due diligence programs. He works with large financial institutions, particularly with IPO and other investment banking teams, as well as supporting businesses in managing high-risk and high-value relationships. Prior to joining Dow Jones, Gavin was a director in EY's forensic practice and also worked in government for 11 years. He focused on international security and terrorism issues, advising senior officials, ministers and the prime minister's office.

    Gavin Proudley

    Head of Third Party Risk Proposition
    Dow Jones Risk & Compliance

    Gavin Proudley has been helping clients manage financial crime, corruption and reputational risk for over 10 years. He has delivered enhanced due diligence services to clients across a range of jurisdictions and sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, life sciences and manufacturing. Gavin has supported clients involved in high-risk transactions by providing anti-bribery due diligence, and helped others design and implement broader due diligence programs. He works with large financial institutions, particularly with IPO and other investment banking teams, as well as supporting businesses in managing high-risk and high-value relationships. Prior to joining Dow Jones, Gavin was a director in EY's forensic practice and also worked in government for 11 years. He focused on international security and terrorism issues, advising senior officials, ministers and the prime minister's office.

  • Author:

    German Florez-Villegas

    Senior Compliance and Risk Specialist - Deputy Head Employee Monitoring
    UBS

    German Florez-Villegas

    Senior Compliance and Risk Specialist - Deputy Head Employee Monitoring
    UBS
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    Dr Jan Sprafke

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Ericsson

    Dr Jan Sprafke

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Ericsson
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    Jan Stappers

    Regulatory Solutions Director
    NAVEX

    Jan Stappers is Regulatory Solutions Director at NAVEX. As an expert in governance, risk, and compliance (GRC), he is a frequent speaker on subjects related to GRC regulation and best practices, as well as a sought-after author on regulatory developments within GRC, ESG, CSR, whistleblowing, and third-party risk. Jan is a member of the European AI Alliance and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (UNECE) “Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies.” This working party is broken into six parts and Jan is a member of the Group of Experts on Risk Management in Regulatory Systems. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E) and International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Jan holds a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) from King’s College London (EU Competition Law) and a master’s degree (LL.M) from Leiden University (European Law).

    Jan Stappers

    Regulatory Solutions Director
    NAVEX

    Jan Stappers is Regulatory Solutions Director at NAVEX. As an expert in governance, risk, and compliance (GRC), he is a frequent speaker on subjects related to GRC regulation and best practices, as well as a sought-after author on regulatory developments within GRC, ESG, CSR, whistleblowing, and third-party risk. Jan is a member of the European AI Alliance and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (UNECE) “Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies.” This working party is broken into six parts and Jan is a member of the Group of Experts on Risk Management in Regulatory Systems. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E) and International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Jan holds a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) from King’s College London (EU Competition Law) and a master’s degree (LL.M) from Leiden University (European Law).

  • Author:

    Jeff Giddings

    Head of EMEA
    Association of Corporate Investigators

    Jeff Giddings

    Head of EMEA
    Association of Corporate Investigators
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    Juan Antonio De Lassaletta Fernández

    Head of Legal
    Vifor Pharma

    Juancho de Lassaletta joined Vifor Fresenius Medical Care Renal Pharma (VFMCRP) in August 2019 as Vice-President & Global Head Legal and Compliance.

    Juancho studied law at the University of Barcelona and completed postgraduate studies at IESE Business School, Corporate Development Program (PDD).

    He started his career at international law firms working during 14 years as a corporate and M&A lawyer in the life sciences spaces in the Iberian and Latin America markets.

    His in-house career, as Associate to General Counsel and Head of Compliance, led him in 2015 to InsudPharma Group (generics) where he led the design and implementation of Insudpharm Global Compliance Program with special focus in Latin America.

    At VFMCRP, Juancho is globally responsible for all legal, IP, litigation and compliance matters. Interface to global Fresenius Medical Care legal, IP and compliance teams, member of FMC Legal Leadership Team.

    His areas of specialization are most notably BD & License-in deals with US biotechs, M&A and Compliance. He works closely with a diverse range of senior stakeholders at Vifor Pharma’s and FMC’s global headquarters, building effective relationships and driving consensus.

    Juan Antonio De Lassaletta Fernández

    Head of Legal
    Vifor Pharma

    Juancho de Lassaletta joined Vifor Fresenius Medical Care Renal Pharma (VFMCRP) in August 2019 as Vice-President & Global Head Legal and Compliance.

    Juancho studied law at the University of Barcelona and completed postgraduate studies at IESE Business School, Corporate Development Program (PDD).

    He started his career at international law firms working during 14 years as a corporate and M&A lawyer in the life sciences spaces in the Iberian and Latin America markets.

    His in-house career, as Associate to General Counsel and Head of Compliance, led him in 2015 to InsudPharma Group (generics) where he led the design and implementation of Insudpharm Global Compliance Program with special focus in Latin America.

    At VFMCRP, Juancho is globally responsible for all legal, IP, litigation and compliance matters. Interface to global Fresenius Medical Care legal, IP and compliance teams, member of FMC Legal Leadership Team.

    His areas of specialization are most notably BD & License-in deals with US biotechs, M&A and Compliance. He works closely with a diverse range of senior stakeholders at Vifor Pharma’s and FMC’s global headquarters, building effective relationships and driving consensus.

  • Author:

    Kees van Ophem

    Executive Vice President & Global General Counsel General Counsel
    Fresenius Medical Care

    Kees van Ophem

    Executive Vice President & Global General Counsel General Counsel
    Fresenius Medical Care
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    Kurt K. Lunkenheimer

    Partner
    Cozen O'Connor

    Kurt K. Lunkenheimer is a partner at Cozen O’Connor, a full-service Am Law 100 firm. He defends companies and individuals in the context of government or internal investigations, enforcement actions, and civil or criminal trials.

    Kurt served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of Florida for 13 years. As deputy chief in the International Narcotics and Money Laundering Section and deputy chief in the Major Crimes Section, he led a wide range of high-profile investigations. Kurt first-chaired or supervised nearly 30 trials to verdict, including prosecution of international drug trafficking, money laundering, Office of Foreign Assets Control and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, and alien smuggling, among other crimes.

    Kurt K. Lunkenheimer

    Partner
    Cozen O'Connor

    Kurt K. Lunkenheimer is a partner at Cozen O’Connor, a full-service Am Law 100 firm. He defends companies and individuals in the context of government or internal investigations, enforcement actions, and civil or criminal trials.

    Kurt served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of Florida for 13 years. As deputy chief in the International Narcotics and Money Laundering Section and deputy chief in the Major Crimes Section, he led a wide range of high-profile investigations. Kurt first-chaired or supervised nearly 30 trials to verdict, including prosecution of international drug trafficking, money laundering, Office of Foreign Assets Control and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, and alien smuggling, among other crimes.

  • Author:

    Livio Russo

    Groups Ethics Officer
    Generali

    Livio Russo

    Groups Ethics Officer
    Generali
  • Author:

    Marcele Rask

    Principal Risk Manager, Financial Crime Risk & Prevention Group
    Danske Bank

    Marcele has in-depth knowledge of Financial Crime, with a demonstrated history in working with highly complex legal issues, with experience in large-scale national and international forensic investigations including one of the largest scale financial crime investigations in an European Bank  and the bankruptcy review of the European umbrella of an investment bank that effected the financial system at large. At Danske Bank, she was  the key driver for aligning processes in establishing the institution 1st Line Sanctions Risk Management and Advisory. 

    Marcele holds a Master in International Human Rights Law and a Specialization in International Trade and Business, along with several professional certifications, including CAMS, ACSS, ICA Diploma Financial Crime Prevention and Sanctions.

    Marcele Rask

    Principal Risk Manager, Financial Crime Risk & Prevention Group
    Danske Bank

    Marcele has in-depth knowledge of Financial Crime, with a demonstrated history in working with highly complex legal issues, with experience in large-scale national and international forensic investigations including one of the largest scale financial crime investigations in an European Bank  and the bankruptcy review of the European umbrella of an investment bank that effected the financial system at large. At Danske Bank, she was  the key driver for aligning processes in establishing the institution 1st Line Sanctions Risk Management and Advisory. 

    Marcele holds a Master in International Human Rights Law and a Specialization in International Trade and Business, along with several professional certifications, including CAMS, ACSS, ICA Diploma Financial Crime Prevention and Sanctions.

  • Author:

    Mario Manjarrez

    SME Lead in Transaction Monitoring, Remediations & TM Crisis Management
    ING

    Mario Manjarrez

    SME Lead in Transaction Monitoring, Remediations & TM Crisis Management
    ING
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    Matthias Gstoehl

    Partner
    LALIVE

    Matthias specialises in complex domestic and multi-jurisdictional proceedings and investigations, including fraud and white-collar crime, asset recovery, insolvency, international mutual assistance, international sanctions and ESG-litigation.

    His practice focuses on banking and finance disputes. Drawing on first-hand experience in the sector, he handles complex matters requiring specialist knowledge in derivative instruments, hedge funds and financial products in general. He regularly acts in contentious corporate, commercial and governance disputes across various other sectors (healthcare, natural resources, sports and trusts).

    Matthias Gstoehl is Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the IBA Anti-Corruption Committee, and a member of the expert group for digitalization of the Swiss Bar Association. He is further a member of the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL) and the Zurich Bar Association.

    He is a frequent speaker and moderator at international conferences.

    Before joining LALIVE, Matthias Gstoehl was a partner at Nater Dallafior (2012 – 2017), worked in derivatives structuring at two leading investment banks in London and Zurich (2006 – 2012), as an associate for Bär & Karrer in Zurich (2001 – 2005) and as a trainee for Froriep in Geneva (1998 – 2000).

    Matthias Gstoehl studied law at the Universities of Vienna and Geneva (lic.iur, 1998) and completed postgraduate studies in Finance at London Business School (MSc in Finance, 2006).

    Matthias Gstoehl

    Partner
    LALIVE

    Matthias specialises in complex domestic and multi-jurisdictional proceedings and investigations, including fraud and white-collar crime, asset recovery, insolvency, international mutual assistance, international sanctions and ESG-litigation.

    His practice focuses on banking and finance disputes. Drawing on first-hand experience in the sector, he handles complex matters requiring specialist knowledge in derivative instruments, hedge funds and financial products in general. He regularly acts in contentious corporate, commercial and governance disputes across various other sectors (healthcare, natural resources, sports and trusts).

    Matthias Gstoehl is Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the IBA Anti-Corruption Committee, and a member of the expert group for digitalization of the Swiss Bar Association. He is further a member of the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL) and the Zurich Bar Association.

    He is a frequent speaker and moderator at international conferences.

    Before joining LALIVE, Matthias Gstoehl was a partner at Nater Dallafior (2012 – 2017), worked in derivatives structuring at two leading investment banks in London and Zurich (2006 – 2012), as an associate for Bär & Karrer in Zurich (2001 – 2005) and as a trainee for Froriep in Geneva (1998 – 2000).

    Matthias Gstoehl studied law at the Universities of Vienna and Geneva (lic.iur, 1998) and completed postgraduate studies in Finance at London Business School (MSc in Finance, 2006).

  • Author:

    Maxine Kennett

    Head of Global Trade Compliance
    Hitachi Energy

    Maxine Kennett is the Head of Global Trade Compliance at Hitachi Energy.  She is a specialist in trade policy and compliance with nearly 20 years of experience in leading trade teams and programs.

    She started her career as a commercial lawyer for the international law firm, Allen & Overy, and then worked governments and international governmental organizations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East as a Legal Policy Advisor, Trade Negotiator and Economic Growth specialist. In 2010, she returned permanently to Switzerland to take up the role of Head of Legal Affairs (General Counsel) at the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and thereafter the role of Global Head of Trade Affairs at Syngenta.

    In January 2020, she joined Hitachi Energy (a global energy company with 40,000 employees) as the Head of Global Trade Compliance – where she leads the Global Trade team (of approximately 70 team members) to ensure trade compliance and optimize trade related business operations.

    She is qualified as a lawyer in the UK, Ireland and Switzerland and an alumna of the University of Bern. 

    Maxine Kennett

    Head of Global Trade Compliance
    Hitachi Energy

    Maxine Kennett is the Head of Global Trade Compliance at Hitachi Energy.  She is a specialist in trade policy and compliance with nearly 20 years of experience in leading trade teams and programs.

    She started her career as a commercial lawyer for the international law firm, Allen & Overy, and then worked governments and international governmental organizations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East as a Legal Policy Advisor, Trade Negotiator and Economic Growth specialist. In 2010, she returned permanently to Switzerland to take up the role of Head of Legal Affairs (General Counsel) at the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and thereafter the role of Global Head of Trade Affairs at Syngenta.

    In January 2020, she joined Hitachi Energy (a global energy company with 40,000 employees) as the Head of Global Trade Compliance – where she leads the Global Trade team (of approximately 70 team members) to ensure trade compliance and optimize trade related business operations.

    She is qualified as a lawyer in the UK, Ireland and Switzerland and an alumna of the University of Bern. 

  • Author:

    Michaela Schütz

    Deputy Head of Money Laundering Reporting Office Switzerland (MROS)
    Fedpol

    Michaela Schütz

    Deputy Head of Money Laundering Reporting Office Switzerland (MROS)
    Fedpol
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    Nic Carrington

    Forensic Partner
    Deloitte

    Nic Carrington is a Partner in Deloitte’s Financial Advisory practice in Switzerland. He specialises in forensic advisory, financial crime fraud and corruption investigations, advising on cases involving white collar crime and corruption, including FCPA-related matters, anti-money laundering compliance and investigations, procurement fraud, conflicts of interest issues and accounting irregularities. Nic is a Qualified Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner.

    Nic Carrington

    Forensic Partner
    Deloitte

    Nic Carrington is a Partner in Deloitte’s Financial Advisory practice in Switzerland. He specialises in forensic advisory, financial crime fraud and corruption investigations, advising on cases involving white collar crime and corruption, including FCPA-related matters, anti-money laundering compliance and investigations, procurement fraud, conflicts of interest issues and accounting irregularities. Nic is a Qualified Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner.

  • Author:

    Nicolas Grunder

    Chief Counsel Digital & Data Privacy
    ABB

    Nicolas Grunder

    Chief Counsel Digital & Data Privacy
    ABB
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    Pascale Köster

    Partner
    Walder Wyss

    Pascale Köster is a partner at Walder Wyss Zurich. She specializes in corporate and regulatory investigations as well as in related criminal, administrative and civil litigation proceedings. She advises both Swiss and foreign clients in local as well as cross-border cases and has special expertise in white collar (fraud, corruption, etc.), healthcare and ESG related cases. Pascale Köster was educated at the University of Bern (MLaw in 2013 with a specialization in International and European law). During her studies, she worked as a student assistant at the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Bern. Before joining Walder Wyss as junior associate in 2013, she gained working experience as a law clerk at the District Court of Berner Jura-Seeland. She was admitted to the bar in 2016. In 2021, she completed the Master of Advanced Studies in Economic Crime In‐ vestigation (MAS ECI) at the Lucerne School of Business. Pascale Köster's professional languages are German, English and French. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and is admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

    Pascale Köster

    Partner
    Walder Wyss

    Pascale Köster is a partner at Walder Wyss Zurich. She specializes in corporate and regulatory investigations as well as in related criminal, administrative and civil litigation proceedings. She advises both Swiss and foreign clients in local as well as cross-border cases and has special expertise in white collar (fraud, corruption, etc.), healthcare and ESG related cases. Pascale Köster was educated at the University of Bern (MLaw in 2013 with a specialization in International and European law). During her studies, she worked as a student assistant at the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Bern. Before joining Walder Wyss as junior associate in 2013, she gained working experience as a law clerk at the District Court of Berner Jura-Seeland. She was admitted to the bar in 2016. In 2021, she completed the Master of Advanced Studies in Economic Crime In‐ vestigation (MAS ECI) at the Lucerne School of Business. Pascale Köster's professional languages are German, English and French. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and is admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

  • Author:

    Patrick Moulette

    Former Head of Anti-corruption division
    OECD

    Patrick Moulette is the former Head of the OECD Anti-Corruption Division. In this role, Mr. Moulette led the work of the Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions, including the monitoring the implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.  Mr Moulette previously served for 10 years as Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force against money laundering and terrorist financing (FATF). Previously, he worked for the Department of the Treasury of the French Ministry of Finance.  Mr Moulette is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies ("Sciences-Po") and has Masters’ degrees in Public Law and in Corporate Law.

     

    Patrick Moulette

    Former Head of Anti-corruption division
    OECD

    Patrick Moulette is the former Head of the OECD Anti-Corruption Division. In this role, Mr. Moulette led the work of the Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions, including the monitoring the implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.  Mr Moulette previously served for 10 years as Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force against money laundering and terrorist financing (FATF). Previously, he worked for the Department of the Treasury of the French Ministry of Finance.  Mr Moulette is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies ("Sciences-Po") and has Masters’ degrees in Public Law and in Corporate Law.

     

  • Author:

    Patrick Verraes

    Group General Counsel
    Archroma

    Patrick Verraes

    Group General Counsel
    Archroma
  • Author:

    Patrick Wellens

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators

    Patrick Wellens

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators
  • Author:

    Radu Cucos

    Technology & Trafficking in Human Beings Program Lead
    OSCE

    Radu Cucos

    Technology & Trafficking in Human Beings Program Lead
    OSCE
  • Author:

    Raimund Roehrich

    General Counsel Wealth Management, Chair of the Board of Directors
    Bank Julius Baer & Co

    Raimund Röhrich, Global Head Financial Crime Compliance at Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd. Raimund has previously held various roles in Legal & Compliance in-house and in private practice, including at Clifford Chance and UBS AG. He has extensive experience across all areas of Financial Crime, having spent many years as a litigator as well as conducting internal investigations and reviewing and building Compliance Management Systems. His in-house roles included Compliance, Litigation, Investigation and Corporate Governance. He holds a teaching assignment at Steinbeis-University Berlin and is a regular lecturer at the University of St. Gallen.

    Raimund Roehrich

    General Counsel Wealth Management, Chair of the Board of Directors
    Bank Julius Baer & Co

    Raimund Röhrich, Global Head Financial Crime Compliance at Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd. Raimund has previously held various roles in Legal & Compliance in-house and in private practice, including at Clifford Chance and UBS AG. He has extensive experience across all areas of Financial Crime, having spent many years as a litigator as well as conducting internal investigations and reviewing and building Compliance Management Systems. His in-house roles included Compliance, Litigation, Investigation and Corporate Governance. He holds a teaching assignment at Steinbeis-University Berlin and is a regular lecturer at the University of St. Gallen.

  • Author:

    Richard Tornberg

    Group Legal Counsel Trade Compliance
    Ericsson AB (Sweden)

    Richard Tornberg

    Group Legal Counsel Trade Compliance
    Ericsson AB (Sweden)
  • Author:

    Roi Lavi

    Managing Director - Europe
    Sqope Intelligence

    With more than two decades of experience in the intelligence and financial sectors, Roi has been developing and expanding Sqope’s business in continental Europe since 2014, including directly managing some of its largest markets and key accounts. Based in Geneva, he works directly with over 50 banks, financial intermediaries, and other companies to help them meet their AML/KYC and ESG requirements.

    Prior to joining Sqope, Roi, who is also a certified attorney, worked in the legal field at leading firms, including the risk and compliance department of one of the “Big 4”. In addition to his LL.B and B.A. degrees, he graduated with distinction from the University of Geneva with an Executive MBA.

    Roi Lavi

    Managing Director - Europe
    Sqope Intelligence

    With more than two decades of experience in the intelligence and financial sectors, Roi has been developing and expanding Sqope’s business in continental Europe since 2014, including directly managing some of its largest markets and key accounts. Based in Geneva, he works directly with over 50 banks, financial intermediaries, and other companies to help them meet their AML/KYC and ESG requirements.

    Prior to joining Sqope, Roi, who is also a certified attorney, worked in the legal field at leading firms, including the risk and compliance department of one of the “Big 4”. In addition to his LL.B and B.A. degrees, he graduated with distinction from the University of Geneva with an Executive MBA.

  • Author:

    Ross Pudney

    First Vice President, Head of Financial Crime Compliance Data & Analytics
    Danske Bank

    Ross Pudney

    First Vice President, Head of Financial Crime Compliance Data & Analytics
    Danske Bank
  • Author:

    Sandra Middel

    Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
    AXPO

    Sandra Middel

    Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
    AXPO
  • Author:

    Snorre Welling

    Global Trade Sanctions Director
    Carlsberg Group

    Snorre Welling

    Global Trade Sanctions Director
    Carlsberg Group
  • Author:

    Sophio Tatabadze

    Managing Compliance Officer, Head of Sanctions Advisory, Financial Crime Compliance
    Danske Bank

    Sophio Tatabadze

    Managing Compliance Officer, Head of Sanctions Advisory, Financial Crime Compliance
    Danske Bank
  • Author:

    Stephen Buechner

    Chief Corporate Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators - Exco Member

    Stephen Buechner

    Chief Corporate Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators - Exco Member
  • Author:

    Steve Young

    Head of Fraud and Investigations, Banque Lombard Odier & Cie SA & CEO
    Association of Corporate Investigators

    Steve Young

    Head of Fraud and Investigations, Banque Lombard Odier & Cie SA & CEO
    Association of Corporate Investigators
  • Author:

    Svetlana Makarova

    Ethics & Compliance Head
    Nokia

    Svetlana Makarova

    Ethics & Compliance Head
    Nokia
  • Author:

    Taulant Avdija

    Head Of Regulatory & Compliance, Partner
    BDO

    Taulant Avdija is an attorney-at-law and Partner in charge of the Regulatory & Compliance department within BDO's Financial Services Department that. He holds a CAS in Financial Regulation and a CAS in Digital Finance Law and advises and supports banks and financial intermediaries in the implementation of new regulatory requirements. Over the past 10 years, he has been involved in major anti-money laundering investigation and remediation projects. He plays an active role in the training of actors in the financial sector, regularly acting as a trainer for various institutions.

    • Taulant Avdija is an attorney-at-law and Partner in charge of the Regulatory & Compliance department within BDO's Financial Services Department that. He holds a CAS in Financial Regulation and a CAS in Digital Finance Law and advises and supports banks and financial intermediaries in the implementation of new regulatory requirements. Over the past 10 years, he has been involved in major anti-money laundering investigation and remediation projects. He plays an active role in the training of actors in the financial sector, regularly acting as a trainer for various institutions.

    Taulant Avdija

    Head Of Regulatory & Compliance, Partner
    BDO

    Taulant Avdija is an attorney-at-law and Partner in charge of the Regulatory & Compliance department within BDO's Financial Services Department that. He holds a CAS in Financial Regulation and a CAS in Digital Finance Law and advises and supports banks and financial intermediaries in the implementation of new regulatory requirements. Over the past 10 years, he has been involved in major anti-money laundering investigation and remediation projects. He plays an active role in the training of actors in the financial sector, regularly acting as a trainer for various institutions.

    • Taulant Avdija is an attorney-at-law and Partner in charge of the Regulatory & Compliance department within BDO's Financial Services Department that. He holds a CAS in Financial Regulation and a CAS in Digital Finance Law and advises and supports banks and financial intermediaries in the implementation of new regulatory requirements. Over the past 10 years, he has been involved in major anti-money laundering investigation and remediation projects. He plays an active role in the training of actors in the financial sector, regularly acting as a trainer for various institutions.

  • Author:

    Tarana Baghirova

    Programme Officer / Financial Investigations
    OSCE

    Tarana Baghirova

    Programme Officer / Financial Investigations
    OSCE
  • Author:

    Tim O'Toole

    Partner
    Miller & Chevalier

    Tim O'Toole

    Partner
    Miller & Chevalier
  • Author:

    Whitney Potts

    Deputy Head Global Security, Head Global Security Investigations
    Novartis

    Whitney Potts

    Deputy Head Global Security, Head Global Security Investigations
    Novartis
  • Author:

    William Barry

    Member
    Miller & Chevalier

    William Barry is a trusted advisor to governments, boards of directors, foreign trustees, multinational companies and senior officers involved in cross-border business and the financial services industry. Mr. Barry helps solve complex problems involving multi-jurisdictional investigations, enforcement, compliance, and transactional issues so that his clients can overcome obstacles and resume focus on their business. He works with clients to address individual risks and to build credible, flexible and sustainable compliance infrastructure consistent with ESG standards.


    Mr. Barry guides clients through the complex issues involved in responding to inquiries from domestic and international regulators regarding issues of accounting fraud, foreign bribery, money laundering, and other financial crimes. He represents clients faced with the challenge of responding to competing demands in parallel proceedings, such as internal reviews, government investigations, and private civil actions.


    Chambers USA has described Mr. Barry as "the kind of person that everyone in the boardroom listens to" and noted he is "a very thorough thinker and very calm, and is the ideal ambassador for corporations when dealing with government agencies."
    Mr. Barry is a member of the American Bar Association's International Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Committee and International Anti-Corruption Committee. He has been designated as a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by ACAMS, the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.


    Mr. Barry is a member of the Sustainability Accounting Review Board (SASB) Alliance.


    Mr. Barry is a member of the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, and the former Chairman of Olney Boys & Girls Club, a non-profit sports association in Maryland.

    William Barry

    Member
    Miller & Chevalier

    William Barry is a trusted advisor to governments, boards of directors, foreign trustees, multinational companies and senior officers involved in cross-border business and the financial services industry. Mr. Barry helps solve complex problems involving multi-jurisdictional investigations, enforcement, compliance, and transactional issues so that his clients can overcome obstacles and resume focus on their business. He works with clients to address individual risks and to build credible, flexible and sustainable compliance infrastructure consistent with ESG standards.


    Mr. Barry guides clients through the complex issues involved in responding to inquiries from domestic and international regulators regarding issues of accounting fraud, foreign bribery, money laundering, and other financial crimes. He represents clients faced with the challenge of responding to competing demands in parallel proceedings, such as internal reviews, government investigations, and private civil actions.


    Chambers USA has described Mr. Barry as "the kind of person that everyone in the boardroom listens to" and noted he is "a very thorough thinker and very calm, and is the ideal ambassador for corporations when dealing with government agencies."
    Mr. Barry is a member of the American Bar Association's International Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Committee and International Anti-Corruption Committee. He has been designated as a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist by ACAMS, the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists.


    Mr. Barry is a member of the Sustainability Accounting Review Board (SASB) Alliance.


    Mr. Barry is a member of the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, and the former Chairman of Olney Boys & Girls Club, a non-profit sports association in Maryland.

  • Author:

    Joel Fischer

    Partner
    Bär & Karrer AG

    Joel Fischer co-heads Bär & Karrer's internal investigations practice group. He has extensive experience in assisting global corporations and high-ranking executives in large-scale internal investigations and complex white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement proceedings before Swiss and foreign authorities (incl. the DOJ, the U.S. senate, and the FED). 

    His practice includes advising companies in a variety of compliance topics like money laundering, sanctions, fraud, corruption, tax evasion, ESG, and on the implementation of respective compliance programs. He regularly leads large interdisciplinary teams including lawyers, forensic, compliance and technology experts.

    Joel Fischer graduated from the University of Zurich and obtained a Master's degree in Law & Finance from the University of Oxford and a PhD from the University of Berne. Prior to joining Bär & Karrer, Joel Fischer worked for the President of the Supreme Court of Israel and as a management consultant with a leading global consulting firm.

    Joel Fischer is a member of the editorial board of the leading Swiss legal periodical on corporate and capital markets law (GesKR). He won the client choice Award 2022 and 2023 and is listed as a Global Leader in Investigations in Who's Who Legal.

    Joel Fischer

    Partner
    Bär & Karrer AG

    Joel Fischer co-heads Bär & Karrer's internal investigations practice group. He has extensive experience in assisting global corporations and high-ranking executives in large-scale internal investigations and complex white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement proceedings before Swiss and foreign authorities (incl. the DOJ, the U.S. senate, and the FED). 

    His practice includes advising companies in a variety of compliance topics like money laundering, sanctions, fraud, corruption, tax evasion, ESG, and on the implementation of respective compliance programs. He regularly leads large interdisciplinary teams including lawyers, forensic, compliance and technology experts.

    Joel Fischer graduated from the University of Zurich and obtained a Master's degree in Law & Finance from the University of Oxford and a PhD from the University of Berne. Prior to joining Bär & Karrer, Joel Fischer worked for the President of the Supreme Court of Israel and as a management consultant with a leading global consulting firm.

    Joel Fischer is a member of the editorial board of the leading Swiss legal periodical on corporate and capital markets law (GesKR). He won the client choice Award 2022 and 2023 and is listed as a Global Leader in Investigations in Who's Who Legal.

  • Author:

    Dmitry Melnikov

    Regional Head of Trade Management Europe
    Hitachi Energy

    Currently serving as Regional Head of Trade Management Europe at Hitachi Energy, leading the team of trade compliance officers across Europe, ensuring trade compliance, optimizing cross-border business operations, identifying risks and opportunities, driving mitigation actions, increasing efficiencies, and minimizing customs duty impact.

    Results orientated trade lawyer and leader - with track record of managing legal, regulatory, risk and compliance matters for large international companies and organizations.
    10 years of experience within customs and trade field. Specialist in trade affairs, export controls, international sanctions, organizational resilience, and business continuity.
    Experience in forming, leading, and managing large teams in energy and telecom multinational corporations.

    Dmitry Melnikov

    Regional Head of Trade Management Europe
    Hitachi Energy

    Currently serving as Regional Head of Trade Management Europe at Hitachi Energy, leading the team of trade compliance officers across Europe, ensuring trade compliance, optimizing cross-border business operations, identifying risks and opportunities, driving mitigation actions, increasing efficiencies, and minimizing customs duty impact.

    Results orientated trade lawyer and leader - with track record of managing legal, regulatory, risk and compliance matters for large international companies and organizations.
    10 years of experience within customs and trade field. Specialist in trade affairs, export controls, international sanctions, organizational resilience, and business continuity.
    Experience in forming, leading, and managing large teams in energy and telecom multinational corporations.

  • Author:

    Pascale Köster

    Partner
    Walder Wyss

    Pascale Köster is a partner at Walder Wyss Zurich. She specializes in corporate and regulatory investigations as well as in related criminal, administrative and civil litigation proceedings. She advises both Swiss and foreign clients in local as well as cross-border cases and has special expertise in white collar (fraud, corruption, etc.), healthcare and ESG related cases. Pascale Köster was educated at the University of Bern (MLaw in 2013 with a specialization in International and European law). During her studies, she worked as a student assistant at the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Bern. Before joining Walder Wyss as junior associate in 2013, she gained working experience as a law clerk at the District Court of Berner Jura-Seeland. She was admitted to the bar in 2016. In 2021, she completed the Master of Advanced Studies in Economic Crime In‐ vestigation (MAS ECI) at the Lucerne School of Business. Pascale Köster's professional languages are German, English and French. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and is admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

    Pascale Köster

    Partner
    Walder Wyss

    Pascale Köster is a partner at Walder Wyss Zurich. She specializes in corporate and regulatory investigations as well as in related criminal, administrative and civil litigation proceedings. She advises both Swiss and foreign clients in local as well as cross-border cases and has special expertise in white collar (fraud, corruption, etc.), healthcare and ESG related cases. Pascale Köster was educated at the University of Bern (MLaw in 2013 with a specialization in International and European law). During her studies, she worked as a student assistant at the Institute of Civil Law at the University of Bern. Before joining Walder Wyss as junior associate in 2013, she gained working experience as a law clerk at the District Court of Berner Jura-Seeland. She was admitted to the bar in 2016. In 2021, she completed the Master of Advanced Studies in Economic Crime In‐ vestigation (MAS ECI) at the Lucerne School of Business. Pascale Köster's professional languages are German, English and French. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and is admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

  • Author:

    Finnian Emson

    AI Data Scientist
    Zurich Insurance

    Finnian Emson

    AI Data Scientist
    Zurich Insurance
  • Author:

    Gavin Proudley

    Head of Third Party Risk Proposition
    Dow Jones Risk & Compliance

    Gavin Proudley has been helping clients manage financial crime, corruption and reputational risk for over 10 years. He has delivered enhanced due diligence services to clients across a range of jurisdictions and sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, life sciences and manufacturing. Gavin has supported clients involved in high-risk transactions by providing anti-bribery due diligence, and helped others design and implement broader due diligence programs. He works with large financial institutions, particularly with IPO and other investment banking teams, as well as supporting businesses in managing high-risk and high-value relationships. Prior to joining Dow Jones, Gavin was a director in EY's forensic practice and also worked in government for 11 years. He focused on international security and terrorism issues, advising senior officials, ministers and the prime minister's office.

    Gavin Proudley

    Head of Third Party Risk Proposition
    Dow Jones Risk & Compliance

    Gavin Proudley has been helping clients manage financial crime, corruption and reputational risk for over 10 years. He has delivered enhanced due diligence services to clients across a range of jurisdictions and sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, life sciences and manufacturing. Gavin has supported clients involved in high-risk transactions by providing anti-bribery due diligence, and helped others design and implement broader due diligence programs. He works with large financial institutions, particularly with IPO and other investment banking teams, as well as supporting businesses in managing high-risk and high-value relationships. Prior to joining Dow Jones, Gavin was a director in EY's forensic practice and also worked in government for 11 years. He focused on international security and terrorism issues, advising senior officials, ministers and the prime minister's office.

  • Author:

    Fiona Wallace-Mason

    Head of Compliance & Executive Committee Member
    Rothschild & Co

    Fiona Wallace-Mason

    Head of Compliance & Executive Committee Member
    Rothschild & Co
  • Author:

    Isabelle Birkenkämper

    Head of Legal and Compliance
    Migros Zürich

    Isabelle Birkenkämper

    Head of Legal and Compliance
    Migros Zürich
  • Author:

    Patrick Wellens

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators

    Patrick Wellens

    Chief Compliance Officer
    Association of Corporate Investigators
  • Author:

    Andrew Parrat

    Deputy Head of
    Division C Serious Fraud Office

    Andrew Parrat

    Deputy Head of
    Division C Serious Fraud Office
  • Author:

    Eric Stupp

    Partner
    Barr & Karrer

    Eric Stupp

    Partner
    Barr & Karrer