Compliance Pro Training
This one day course is part of a 5 small-scale high-level courses programme organized by ICC Albania in cooperation with ICC Belgium, the Albania Association of Banks and the support of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Albania.
This session is about organizing compliance. It aims to help participants recognize the different pillars of compliance management in their own organization, better understand how to resort to each of them (when applicable) and work proactively with the management to foster the company’s efficiency in compliance.
This course will be lectured through a practical approach, with the aim of raising the skills of professionals involved in managing compliance issues like business ethics, risk assessment, the compliance role and the managing of the business relationships.
The unique feature of the training?
A helicopter view with all the most relevant compliance topics, not only one, to provide the professional with more depth for risk analysis, efficiency for key compliance activities and a higher value in the management within his/her team, and for its top executives.
1. WHAT IS COMPLIANCE?
- General introduction
- Dealing with the management
- Risk assessment
- The compliance role
2. ORGANIZE COMPLIANCE
- Code of conduct
- Appropriate measures: training, whistleblowing
- Managing business relationships
Bert heads the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group in Belgium and the International Trade Team. He is a core member of the Loyens & Loeff Corporate Investigations team and co-head of the Food and Beverages Team.
He advises his clients on matters related to international and domestic exchange of goods and services. Matters such as international trade measures, customs valuation, origin, classification, export controls and economic sanctions, excise duties and VAT are familiar parts of his practice.
Mathieu Maes is currently the Secretary General of the Belgian committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Belgium).
Before engaging in international trade policy, he has been actively involved in international trade, acting, among other responsibilities, during eight years as the head of the Benelux distribution of one of the most important high-end design office furniture manufacturer in Italy, and he served a few years at the European Commission.
Sabina is the Senior Legal Manager. She joined Deloitte Legal in 2015 from a leading law firm in Albania. She specializes in commercial companies, project finance, real estate, public procurement, mergers and acquisitions, concessions, employment, privatizations, energy, banking and construction law. Sabina is continuously involved in providing legal advice both in Albania and Kosovo. She is author of several publications in international legal magazines such as International Comparative Legal Guide and International Law Office. Sabina is a member of Albanian Bar Association since 2003.