Compliance & Kaffe
Hvitvaskingsskandaler har preget finansbransjen de siste årene og har høyt fokus internasjonalt og i Norge.
Vi har invitert to korrupsjonsjegere med inngående erfaring fra Norge og USA.
Helge Kvamme vil ta for seg det nye i AML-regelverket og belyse hvordan internasjonale bestikkelser utgjør en hvitvaskingsrisiko i Norge med blant andre eksempler fra Petrobras ‘Lavo Jato’ skandalen, hvor flere norske selskaper har vært involvert.
Dan Schneider går i dybden på rettsforfølgelse og praksis i USA, med mer fokus på hvordan bank og finans kan redusere risiko for å bli implisert i hvitvasking.
Presentasjoner og diskusjon vil foregå på engelsk.
Det blir lett bevertning og kaffe/te.
Helge Kvamme is per September 2018 building a New Corporation, Kvamme Associates AS, a boutique firm established to promote Integrity in the fight against Corruption, Bribery and Money Laundering. The goal is fact-finding and root cause analyses of threats to organisations and democracy as well as experienced based preventive initiatives through extensive expertise in Economic Crime Investigations, Anti-Corruption Compliance, incl. FCPA matters and World Bank Compliance Monitorship and Anti-Money Laundering. Kvamme has served as leader of national and international investigations and compliance projects and is co-founder of the Oslo Anti-Corruption Conference.
Helge Kvamme was a partner with law firm Selmer and Head of Selmer’s Investigations and Anti-Corruption Compliance department as from 1 July 2013 until September 1, 2018.
Kvamme was a partner and Leader of Forensic Services at PwC for 14 years and a key player in the development of PwC’s expertise within Investigations, Integrity Due Diligence, Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering. He participated in PwC’s Global Anti-Corruption Network leading the Oil and Gas industry sector and led several corruption investigations; among others FCPA related cases initiated by US Department of Justice (DoJ) and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
His background is from Law Enforcement serving at ØKOKRIM (the National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime) and KRIPOS (National Criminal Investigation Service) as a Detective Chief Inspector (Investigations Team Leader) for more than 10 years.
Dan Schneider has more than 30 years of experience as an expert in criminal law, anti-corruption reform, and the promotion of good governance. For 10 years Dan was a federal prosecutor with the United States Department of Justice, where he investigated and prosecuted violations of various federal criminal statutes, focusing on bank fraud, money laundering, and other types of white collar crime. While at the Justice Department, Dan served on the Campaign Financing Task Force – successfully investigating and prosecuting violations of federal election financing laws -- and in 1996 as the Department’s Resident Legal Advisor to Russia, advising Russian government and judicial officials on the implementation of recently enacted criminal laws and procedures designed to strengthen the rule of law.
Since leaving government service, Dan has served as a university professor, advisor and advocate on issues concerning corruption, governance and the rule of law. He is a currently a professor at American University School of International Service, in Washington, D.C., where he teaches courses on corruption, organized crime, governance and development. Dan has advised many government agencies and organizations on anti-corruption reform efforts and the promotion of good governance, including the U.S. Agency for International Development, the World Bank, Transparency International, the American Bar Association, and the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University.
Dan is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, the London School of Economics, the University of Wisconsin Law School and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.