Dates: October 12 - 14, 2022
Location: Königstein, Germany
The Steering Committee welcomes up to 48 hand-selected compliance leaders from global corporations with established compliance programs to connect with their peers, benchmark their thinking, and explore common concerns. A select few professional advisors with particular expertise in this field round out the group as subject matter experts.
The Forum is an exclusive gathering of distinguished peers. It does not feature traditional presentations, but hinges on the active participation of all involved. Using candid, seminar-style discussion, the group shares their varied experiences and engages in meaningful dialogue on the most pressing issues in corporate compliance.
The Steering Committee, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
Frida Berlin has 10 years’ experience from driving ethics and compliance programs in global companies. She has a passion for enabling a strong culture of business ethics through responsible leadership. She joined Getinge, a global healthcare company with Swedish origin, in February 2019 with responsibility for developing, implementing, and maintaining an effective ethics & compliance program on a global basis within the company.
Lara Kroop Delamarre is the Global Head of Investigations at Danone where she oversees the global investigations practice across all regions and business units. She is originally an American educated and trained lawyer and has also passed the Paris bar exam. She began her legal career as a prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. In that role, she was specialized in Antitrust (both criminal and civil) and in white collar crime. As a U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor, she investigated and prosecuted white collar crimes, including antitrust crimes, often working closely with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After leaving the U.S. Department of Justice, she spent nearly a decade in American law firms based in their Paris offices practicing in the fields of white-collar defense, investigations, antitrust and international arbitration.
Caroline Mofors is SVP Chief Compliance and Integrity Officer for Swedish Medical device group Elekta AB – a world-leading innovator of treatment solutions and oncology informatic systems for radiation therapy, radiosurgery and brachytherapy. Ms. Mofors is responsible for Compliance, overseeing the global programs within anti-bribery and corruption, trade compliance and competition law and also heads up Sustainability and Risk Management for the Group. Prior to joining Elekta in 2014, Ms. Mofors served as Senior Legal Counsel for the Ericsson Group for 10 years and before that she was attorney at the Swedish law firm Vinge, practicing French and Swedish law for more than 6 years. Ms. Mofors was admitted to the Paris bar in 2000 and holds degrees from University Paris II (Assas), L.L.M, specializing in International Commercial law and EU law, and a Master in Arbitration and Dispute resolution.
Emily holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Queen’s University. Before joining Cambridge Forums, Emily spent ten years working as an event manager; from leading full-scope event production of gala fundraisers in Toronto, to travelling the world as a destination wedding planner, managing each event from concept to onsite execution. Armed with deep expertise in relationship management and event logistics, Emily looks to deliver standout participant experiences as a Forum Director. Outside of the office, Emily can be found scouring Spotify for new music, hosting dinner parties for her friends and family, and perfecting her golf swing.
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
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