April 24-26, 2018

Houston, TX

 

2017 Speakers

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Jay Martin
Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, and Senior Deputy General Counsel
Baker Hughes

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

09:00 | Opening Panel Debate: How Corporate Restructuring during the Downturn Has Impacted Our Ability to Mitigate Financial & Reputational Risks in the Supply Chain

08:50 | Day One Chair’s Opening Remarks

Brent Benoit
Chief Compliance Officer
National Oilwell Varco

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

11:40 | Panel Debate: Understanding How the Evolving International Regulatory Landscape Is Impacting the Oil & Gas Supply Chain & Meeting These Challenges Head On

Leigh-Anne Leinen
Head of Compliance Americas
BHP Billiton

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

15:30 | Panel Debate: Enabling the Supply Chain to Avoid Delays When Planning for Expansion & Growing Market Share

Jennafer B. Watson
Senior Counsel & Director of Compliance
Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

13:40 | Panel Debate: Compliance vs. Supply Chain: Restoring the Balance When Departmental Missions Put Friends at Cross-Purposes

Kevin McMahon
SVP Audit & Chief Compliance Officer
Calpine

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

11:10 | Internal Audit within the Supply Chain & Aligning More Effectively with the Compliance Mission

Pablo Zarra
Contracting Discipline Manager
Chevron

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

09:40 | Case Study: One Size Fits All? Developing a Robust Vetting ProcessThat Supports the Nature & Risks to Your Business from YourGlobal Supply Chain Partners

Eric Bartz
Vice President Supply Chain
Paragon Offshore

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

13:40 | Panel Debate: Compliance vs. Supply Chain: Restoring the Balance When Departmental Missions Put Friends at Cross-Purposes

Jared Ezzell
Global Compliance & Supply Solutions, North America Leader
Dun & Bradstreet

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

11:40 | Panel Debate: Understanding How the Evolving International Regulatory Landscape Is Impacting the Oil & Gas Supply Chain & Meeting These Challenges Head On

John Petrie
Prior Director, Global Trade Compliance and Logistics
Oceaneering

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

15:00 | The Importance of Trade Compliance as a Partner in M&A Due Diligence in Order to Mitigate Future Liability and Ensure Proper Valuation

Karen Gray
Senior EDDM Specialist – North America Entity Due Diligence and Monitoring
LexisNexis

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

14:30 | Aligning Due Diligence to Ethical Sourcing Goals

Phillip Schmandt
Partner
McGinnis Lochridge

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

13:10 |
Cybersecurity compliance: When your Supply Chain Goes Digital

Sergio Leal
Prior Chief Compliance Officer
Layne Christiansen Company

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

11:40 | Better Onboarding the Highest Risk Third Parties

Daniel Chapman
Group Chief Compliance Officer
VimpelCom

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

11:40 | Panel Debate: Understanding How the Evolving International Regulatory Landscape Is Impacting the Oil & Gas Supply Chain & Meeting These Challenges Head On

David Rassin
Senior Counsel - Director of Ethics and Compliance
Patterson UTI

David Rassin is Senior Counsel and Director of Ethics and Compliance at Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc. in Houston, TX.  He directs Patterson-UTI’s Global Anticorruption Program and works closely with the Company’s international operations and business development staff.  Prior to joining Patterson-UTI, David held positions as an anticorruption and compliance attorney at KBR and at CB&I.  He started his legal career at a law firm in Houston, Texas practicing commercial law and litigation.  He is a graduate of Tulane Law School and the University of Calgary.  When not working, David can be found at home, cleaning up after his dogs.

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

13:40 | Panel Debate: Compliance vs. Supply Chain: Restoring the Balance When Departmental Missions Put Friends at Cross-Purposes

Ellen Smith
Managing Counsel, Global Trade Compliance Director
Baker Hughes

Ellen Smith is Managing Counsel & Global Trade Compliance Director for Baker Hughes, where she leads a global team of trade compliance professionals responsible for daily import, export, trade sanctions and boycott compliance advice, as well as program development, implementation and administration.    Most of Ellen’s career has been focused on Legal Regulatory Compliance – with 6 years in Oilfield Services, 8 years in Apparel and 4 years in private practice.  Ellen earned her undergraduate degree from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA and received her JD  from The John Marshall Law School, in Chicago, Illinois.

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

15:40 | Case Study: Successfully Protecting Your Business from Regulatory Enforcement through Better Due Diligence & a Culture of Compliance

Holly Sais Phillippi
Head of Proposition – Americas Customer and Third Party Risk
Thomson Reuters

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

09:00 | Opening Panel Debate: How Corporate Restructuring during the Downturn Has Impacted Our Ability to Mitigate Financial & Reputational Risks in the Supply Chain

George Oggero
General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer, & Land Manager
PO&G Resources

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

09:50 | Panel Debate: Embedding & Measuring a Culture of Compliance throughout the Supply Chain

Jock Pool
Director of Compliance
Oceaneering

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

09:00 | Opening Panel Debate: How Corporate Restructuring during the Downturn Has Impacted Our Ability to Mitigate Financial & Reputational Risks in the Supply Chain

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

15:30 | Panel Debate: Enabling the Supply Chain to Avoid Delays When Planning for Expansion & Growing Market Share

Marianne Ibrahim
Sr. Legal Counsel— Compliance & Investigations
Baker Hughes

Marianne Ibrahim leads anti-corruption and compliance efforts at Baker Hughes Incorporated including internal investigations and audits of foreign subsidiaries, joint ventures and commercial sales representatives in high risk and emerging markets, Fraud and FCPA risk analysis, and compliance due diligence on merger and acquisition targets.  She manages the global investigative database and Ethics Help Line.  She assists the Chief Compliance Officer in the development, implementation and monitoring of compliance efforts including policy, controls, communications and special projects. Prior to Baker Hughes, she was a commercial litigator and assisted companies in various industries including oil and gas.  She has traveled to over 70 countries and enjoys working in a global jurisdiction.

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

09:10 | Joint Presentation: Securing Top Level Buy-In through Appropriately Communicating on Risks & Strengths of the Control Environment

Melissa Bohannan
Director - Trade Compliance
Weatherford

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

14:00 | Case Study: Exploring the Challenges of Tracking the Movement of Capital Assets That Are outside the Usual Inventory Listings of Your ERP during a Period of High Relocation/Consolidation

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

08:50 | Day Two Chair’s Opening Remarks

Marta Martini
Global Channels Compliance Leader
GE Oil & Gas

Workshop A

Tuesday April 25, 2017

09:30 |
End-To-End Risk Categorization & Attributes for Commercial Third Party Onboarding

Ryan Rabalais
Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer
Paragon Offshore

Ryan Rabalais is the VP & Chief Compliance Officer of Paragon Offshore. In this capacity he is responsible for the company’s Corporate Compliance program, principally dealing with anti-corruption efforts as well as managing the company’s Enterprise Risk Program. He earned his law degree from the University of Houston and a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M after serving four years in the US Marines. Before Paragon, Ryan worked at Noble Drilling, BHP Billiton and Baker Hughes Inc.

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

09:10 | Joint Presentation: Securing Top Level Buy-In through Appropriately Communicating on Risks & Strengths of the Control Environment

Shamoil Shipchandler
Regional Director, Fort Worth Regional Office
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Fort Worth Regional Office

Shamoil T. Shipchandler is the Regional Director for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Fort Worth Regional Office, where he is responsible for leading all aspects of the SEC’s enforcement and examination activities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Kansas.   Mr. Shipchandler is formerly a Deputy Criminal Chief with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas, where he was the Attorney-in-Charge of the Plano Office, served as the Asset Forfeiture Chief, and prosecuted complex white collar criminal cases. During his tenure with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Shipchandler obtained convictions in the areas of securities fraud, tax evasion, bank fraud, mail and wire fraud, money laundering, computer sabotage, and public corruption. Representative cases included the prosecution of 40 defendants in a mortgage fraud scheme in 2011, for which Mr. Shipchandler received the Department of Justice’s Director’s Award; the prosecution of defendants in a $400 million Ponzi scheme in 2012; the prosecution of the former mayor of a Texas town for public corruption in 2013; and the negotiation of the largest corporate immigration fraud settlement in history in 2013, for which Mr. Shipchandler was awarded the DHS Secretary’s Silver Medal.   Mr. Shipchandler was a partner with the law firm of Bracewell & Giuliani prior to joining the Commission, and an associate with the law firm of Covington & Burling before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Mr. Shipchandler graduated from Middlebury College and Cornell Law School, and clerked for Judge Roger B. Andewelt of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

11:40 | Panel Debate: Understanding How the Evolving International Regulatory Landscape Is Impacting the Oil & Gas Supply Chain & Meeting These Challenges Head On

11:10 | Keynote Presentation: A Focus on the Minutiae of SEC Guidelines for FCPA

Tameka Ramsey
Manager, Global Compliance & Ethics
ConocoPhillips

Day One

Wednesday April 26, 2017

16:10 | Case Study: Conducting an Internal Investigation & Ensuring Accountability Post-Investigation

Vanessa Rossi
FCPA Due Diligence Compliance Counsel
Baker Hughes

Vanessa started at Baker Hughes as the FCPA Due Diligence Compliance Counsel in January 2015. Reporting directly to the Chief Compliance Officer, she is responsible for the implementation, administration, and continuous improvement of the non-U.S. third party FCPA Due Diligence compliance program. In that role, she also collaborates frequently with the attorneys at Baker Hughes that manage FCPA investigations and audits, trade compliance, immigration and, most recently, supply chain. Prior to Baker Hughes, she was an attorney for Sysco for 11 years with the last three years of her time at Sysco leading the corporate compliance program which included FCPA, policy management, environmental compliance and other compliance areas.

Workshop B

Tuesday April 25, 2017

13:30 |
Interactive Practical Session: Better Onboarding Third Parties & Background Checks

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

11:40 | Better Onboarding the Highest Risk Third Parties

Wendy Fox
Global Compliance Program Manager
Weatherford

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

09:50 | Panel Debate: Embedding & Measuring a Culture of Compliance throughout the Supply Chain

Charles Schwager
Chief Compliance Officer
Kinder Morgan

Charles is responsible for managing, evaluating, and enhancing Kinder Morgan’s compliance program. His responsibilities also include advising senior management and boards on significant compliance, legal and regulatory issues; working with trade groups on compliance and regulatory matters; conducting investigations; developing and presenting training modules; conducting risk assessments; and interfacing with regulatory agencies on investigations and audits.

Day Two

Thursday April 27, 2017

09:50 | Panel Debate: Embedding & Measuring a Culture of Compliance throughout the Supply Chain