Harnessing intelligence, proactive mitigation and ethical diligence to secure competitive advantage and operational security
24th- 25th November 2010, Taj President, Mumbai, India
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- John F. Kennedy
We, at The Ideas Exchange understood Corporate India’s need to stay updated with changing work realities as it faces an increased susceptibility to corporate espionage, fraud, terrorism and politically motivated controversies that hog headlines and put the very foundation and reputation of companies at risk.
The Corporate Risk Management and Compliance Congress was designed, after months of extensive research, keeping corporate India’s risk, compliance and fraud prevention challenges and information needs in mind and provided attendees with strategies on how to:
Anil Y Deshmukh, QMS & Compliance Leader, GE Energy Engineering
Jyoti Singh, Counsel, Phoenix Legal
Shashi Kumar, DGM, SEBI
Sudesh Anand Shetty, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young
Soumendra Raut, Finance Director, SN Power India Pvt Ltd
Vinay Disley, GM, Wipro Ltd
Manjari Bhargava, Business Head- Reputation Management, ICICI Bank
Raghava M, DGM, Essar Oil Ltd
Moustapha Toure, Business Manager, Morgan Stanley
Pawanpreet Singh, Corporate Controller, Fortis Healthcare Ltd
|Day 1 Chairman, S. Venkataraman, Consultant and former Senior Director, Crisil Ltd opening remarks.|
|Opening Keynote Panel- From L to R: Akalpit Gupte, Director Compliance, Deutsche Bank; Rajeev Uberoi, General Counsel and Group Head Legal and Compliance, IDFC; Deepak Acharya, General Counsel and Director, Procter & Gamble & Ravi Varanasi, Senior VP, National Stock Exchange.|
|The Audience started asking questions early and kept the panelists on high alert.|
|Confronting business realities- From L-R: Pawan Gupta, Fraud Prevention Specialist- India and VP- Security and Risk, RBS Business Services; Nandkumar Saravade,GM Finance Crime Prevention & Reputation Risk Management, ICICI Bank; Atul Pandya, Chief Internal Auditor, Ambuja Cements & Neville Gandhi, Chief Risk Officer, Siemens AG.|
|Our take on Speed Dating! Speed networking for those on the move to maximise interaction
|Case study on the Interplay of Risk, Compliance and Governance- From L to R: Rajinder Sharma, President and Group General Counsel, JSW Group and Girish Gokhale, Senior VP Legal and Secretarial, Lafarge.
|Richard Dailly, MD and Head of India, Kroll critically questions Corporate India on whether they really know who they work with?|
|Arpinder Singh, Partner and National Director, Ernst & Young recommends on how to optimise internal fraud controls and strengthen your business.|
|The Audience is rapt with attention, even as the day comes to a close.|
|Rajinder Sharma, President and Group General Counsel, JSW Group presents a Crisis Management case study on his own experience of handling the pesticide scandal for Coca Cola.|
|Vikas Vij, MD of The Ideas Exchange in conversation with Tommy Helsby, Chairman- Eurasia of Kroll.|
|Lessons on how to leverage CSR for competitive advantage- From L to R: Sudhir K Sinha, CSR and R&R, ArcelorMittal India; Gaurav Gupta, Partner and Regional Director- Asia, Dalberg and Ramesh Swaminathan, President- Finance and Planning, Lupin Pharma.
|Dissecting the Risk Manager’s role- From L to R: SV Sunder Krishnan, Chief Risk Officer, Reliance Life Insurance; Mohan S Rao, Chief Risk Officer, Wipro Technologies; Deepak Shimpi, Head Risk, Tata Capital and Sridarshan Koundinya, Compliance and Ethics Leader, GE Energy Engineering.
|Kroll’s exclusive Post Conference Masterclass on Managing Reputational Risk.|
|Masterclass expert panelists- From L to R: Nitin Mantri, CEO, Avian Media; Tommy Helsby, Chairman- Eurasia, Kroll; Anand Desai, Managing Partner, DSK Legal and Scott Warren, Regional MD- Legal Technologies, Kroll Ontrack, Asia.
|Masterclass audience was divided into 3 sections to address communication, legal and fact gathering aspects involved in any reputational risk management case.
|Jyoti Singh, Counsel at Phoenix Legal addresses the Legal perspective from amongst the participants on a real time BPO Case Study put forth to them by the panel.