Registration of participants
8.00 – 8.45
Introduction to the conference
9.00 – 9.10
Block 1 – Ethics VS. Business where “tone from the top” fails
The meaning of compliance within CEE and its specific traits
9.10 – 9.30
Mgr. Dušan Kučera, Ph.D, MBA (Faculty of Business Administration, University of Economics, Prague)
E.g. Industry 4.0, Economics and Business as Social Discipline, Scope of Management Responsibility (economic, social, environmental).
Compliance in Theory vs. compliance in practice
9.30 – 9.50
Prof. PhDr. Anna Remišová PhD. (Fakulta Managementu Univerzity Komenského)
The way the academia are perceiving the implementation of Compliance in the business sector. What impression does Compliance evoke from the outside?
Legitimacy as part of compliance
9.50 – 10.10
Vladimír Vaňo, MBA (CentralNic Group)
Is there a parallelism between legitimacy of the governmental/State authority and the business environment? Can a corporation/business be viewed as certain form of “State”? Do certain principles governing efficient functioning of a state overlap also with/extend into the business environment? A glimpse at Compliance from the behavioural aspect and how everything fits together.
Compliance in a nutshell and the liability of the statutory body
10.10 – 10.30
JUDr. Lucie Schweizer (RUŽIČKA AND PARTNERS)
Why is the topic of Compliance important for the statutory representative and what is its actual content and what impact the “non-compliance“ can have on the statutory representative.
10.30 – 11.00
Block 2 – Business Compliance
Values and „Tone from the Top“
11.00 – 11.20
Štefan Máj (Nadácia SLSP)
Compliance of the company values with the manager’s scale of values.
Change in company’s key value
11.20 – 11.40
Juraj Lipka (Philip Morris)
… and what this brings about in a global giant’s daily life. Innovations and their impact on “normal” customary corporate life.
Compliance as a regulatory tool
11.40 – 12.00
Ján Vittek (Tatra banka)
This is Compliance as we know it. Nonetheless, approaches to regulatory Compliance is changing. Efficient tools for the new Compliance approach and how to cope with all of this.
ECF Forum – moderated discussion
12.00 – 13.00
Moderator: Naďa Roštek Spustová (Slovnaft), Panelists: Mgr. Dušan Kučera, PhD., MBA (VŠE Praha), Juraj Lipka (PMI), Jitka Skof (UNIQA)
13.00 – 15.00
Rules and IT, why yes?
15.00 – 15.20
Alexander Cimbaľák (ACE enterprise Slovakia/Bentley Systems)
Practical view at the regulations and rules in the fastest changing science industry from the point of view of the owner of a small IT company, which thanks to the original attitude to the rules compliance achieved such a worldwide success that its way of project management and its own unique technology has been bought by an American software giant Bentley Systems. So, let´s think about together: “Rules and IT, why and how?”
How did they hack you yesterday and why will you not find out even in a week?
15.20 – 15.40
Peter Kleinert (Binary Confidence )
Hacker attack on the newspaper’s headlines is not a science-fiction theme, but an unpleasant reality. How easy is it to be hacked? What can we do today so that we don’t find ourselves in the newspaper tomorrow?
Three effective and low-cost ways to radically improve compliance
15.40 – 16.00
Daniel Marek (Systemios)
Every company is a living organism in which management and employee actions and inactions are deeply interconnected. Employees and their behaviours reflect how the company has been designed and managed to date, both consciously and unconsciously. Non-compliance is just a symptom – its causes are almost always in other parts of the company, usually at the top. Addressing the causes is a very effective and, in most companies, a low cost way of increasing the compliance and improving business results. I will describe three real-life, practical strategies everyone can implement immediately.
Workshop: The profile of business confidence and its impact on efficient compliance
16.00 – 16.30
Ing. Dagmar Kéryová CPCC, PCC. (Mysliteľňa), Ing. Jana Bernaťáková (Mysliteľňa)
A truly efficient compliance system requires more than just establishing the roles and responsibilities and setting the processes. This is the “technical” part of building the system. To be truly functional, a system requires the human part, otherwise any newly created system becomes an isolated world contributing zero to the firm’s success. In the course of this 30 minutes workshop, we will be dealing with tools needed for a targeted creation of a confidence level required in order to establish functional alliances and relationships conducive to cooperation.
16.30 – 16.45
Why are we talking about security when we talk about compliance? And does it pay to invest in security, defense or protection?
16.45 – 17.05
JUDr. Jaroslav Spišiak (Slovnaft)
Position of a compliance officer
17.10 – 17.30
Juraj Szabó (Compliance Expert)
Is the compliance position truly so meaningless as many perceive it? How to get as much from this position for the company, and is this even possible? And what happens if, due to a police raid, there will be noone else left but you to run the company? Can something like this happen at all?
ECF Forum – moderated discussion
17.30 – 18.30
Moderator: Lucie Schweizer (RUŽIČKA AND PARTNERS), Panelisti: JUDr. Jaroslav Spišiak (Slovnaft), Juraj Szabó (Czech Compliance Association), Alexander Cimbaľák (ACE enterprise Slovakia/Bentley Systems), Lukáš Bakoš (Maxman Consultants)
18.30 – 20.00
08.30 – 09.00
Block 3 – Forensic Compliance – motivations of failure and detection tools
Corporate Psychopaths – Business Scammers
9.00 – 9.20
Ing. Dr. Nora Lauková
“Snakes“ in suites or corporate psychopaths may first act as starters or rescuers of companies. The aim of the lecture is to show, what signs of non-verbal expression and behaviour are characteristic for these personalities. Describe the options for identifying them according to physiognomical non-verbal signs and PCL methods– behaviour in a corporate environment (three-phase behavioural model). Discover what psychopaths want, what is their motivation to harm companies and their environment, identify the causes and reasons for committing corporate fraud, why do these “snakes“ leave disaster behind them.
Interviewing Techniques during Investigations
9.20 – 9.40
Cátia Pedro (Johnson Controls)
When to conduct the interview with a employee suspected of fraud or corruption? Detailed breakdown of the interview process, how to conduct, what kind of questions to ask.
Praktické skúsenosti z korporátneho vyšetrovania
9.40 – 10.00
Alexander Nagy (Deloitte)
We Live Only Once, But the Data Forever
10.00 – 10.30
Have you ever tried to put your name into Google search? You do not care? But you should! Why should you pay attention to your personal data, but also many interesting things from the online world, you will learn from the presentation. What is on the Internet, is no more private. And it affects each of us. Today´s sexy selfie can easily become tomorrow´s scandal. Password “Karol123” is not strong enough. Making back-ups is not a joke. Security must be a habit. And your phone is no longer just a phone…
10.30 – 10.50
WORKSHOP: Getting to the Truth in Forensic Compliance work
10.50 – 13.50
Cliff Lansley (E.I.A.)
This three-hour session is designed for business investigators who need to get to the truth in corporate investigations relating to compliance. At the end of the session attendees will be able to:
• Outline a psychological approach for getting to the truth with humans
• Separate the myths from the science in lie/truth detection
• Recognise reliable signals of deception from the face and body
• Adopt protocols that will minimise mistakes in truth/lie judgments in high stake contexts.
13.50 – 14.00