Dates: April 11 - 13, 2021
Location: Königstein, Germany
The Steering Committee welcomes up to 44 hand-selected compliance leaders from global corporations with established compliance programs, including a few professional advisors having particular expertise in this field. This Forum provides an opportunity to explore common concerns and exchange ideas.
Using candid, seminar-style discussion, the group shares experiences from their varied jurisdictions and engages in meaningful dialogue on the most pressing issues facing the industry.
The Steering Committee, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
Chris Robertson has been Vice President Legal & Business Integrity at LSE/ASX/JSE listed global mining company, South32 since 2015. In this role, Chris leads South32’s Legal function supporting mining and processing operations across Australia, Africa, North and South America. Chris is also responsible for leading South32’s Business Integrity function responsible
and University of Tasmania.
Kristina is a graduate of the University of Toronto and is accredited as a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), a globally recognized badge of excellence in the meeting and event industry. Prior to joining Cambridge Forums, Kristina worked for the Toronto International Film Festival where she successfully planned and hosted events for high-level donors, corporate clients and film stars. Outside the office, Kristina is passionate about learning new things, being outdoors, trying new cuisines and exploring the world one country at a time.
Built on genuine interactions and spontaneous connections, the Forum is an unparalleled opportunity for an international group of preeminent compliance leaders to benchmark their thinking and discuss practical issues with distinguished peers.
"This is truly an international group of people which makes it really efficient with respect to sharing different experiences coming from all parts of the world. This group should remain work related, number of companies/individuals, so that the exchange remains confidential and enables the participants to build confidence and trust between professionals."Sylvie Kandé de Beaupuy Executive Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Airbus France
"It is great to be able to discuss subjects and dilemmas again with colleagues - professionals. Relevant topics are brought to the table and valuable information, insights and experiences are being shared openly. Great experience and very valuable!"Marieke M.I.J. Bax Group Ethics & Compliance Officer SHV Energy Netherlands
"Wonderful insights gained from real life examples!"Zach McAfee Head of Business Integrity & Compliance Qantas Australia
The International Forum on Ethics & Compliance has been rescheduled to April 11 – 13, 2021, still at Falkenstein Grand. For further details, please see Our COVID-19 Guarantee.