Foredragsholdere

Bekreftede foredragsholdere oppdateres forløpende. 

Anne Elisabeth Langfoss

Juridisk direktør, Forsvarets logistikkorganisasjon (FLO), Norge

Anne Elisabeth Langfoss har ledet den juridiske avdelingene i Forsvarets logistikkorganisasjon siden den ble opprettet 1. januar 2017.
Hun har på vegne av Sjef FLO ansvaret for anti-korrupsjonsarbeidet i FLO.
Langfoss satt som representant i FLOs Etiske råd fra 2011-2015 og har tidligere arbeidet som advokat i forskjellige selskaper.
Cand.jur UiO 1999, LLM Law & Economics 2000 (Universiteit Utrecht).

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Arild Sundberg

Kommunaldirektør, Byrådsavdeling for finans, Oslo kommune, Norge

Arild Sundberg har jobbet i Oslo kommune siden 2007. Byrådsavdeling for finans har ansvar for kommuneplan, budsjett, økonomiplan og kommunens overordnede anskaffelsesstrategi, inkludert bekjempelse av arbeidslivskriminalitet og utarbeidelse av Oslomodellen. Avdelingen har også ansvar for konsernovergripende IKT, og tar grep om å sette kraft og tempo bak kommunens digitaliseringsarbeid.

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Camilla Orko

SVP, Group Ethics and Compliance Officer, Telenor ASA, Norway

Camilla Orko currently works as Group Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer of Telenor ASA. She joined the company in 2017.

Camilla has more than twenty years of international experience working as a legal and compliance leader. Prior to joining Telenor she worked as Chief Compliance Officer of Nokia.

Sesjon 2: Korrupsjon i privat sektor – Chief Compliance Officer’s utfordringer
12.30 · 07.06

Gro Skaaren-Fystro

Special advisor, Transparency International Norway

Gro Skaaren-Fystro joined Transparency International Norway (TI-N) in 2004. As special advisor in TI-N she has worked on a number of anti-corruption projects targetting the private and public sectors, as well as civil society. In TI- N she has been Programme Manager for development of a joint training programme with International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) on preventing corruption in humanitarian operations. She has previously worked with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in different positions from 1995-2004, starting in Geneva, then in New York and Jakarta. Gro holds a postgraduate degree (cand.polit.) in social science from the University of Oslo from 1993.

Understanding the impact of overseas corruption on the London property market
13.00 · 08.06

Guro Slettemark

Secretary General, Transparency International Norway

Guro Slettemark is Secretary General in Transparency International Norway since 2009. Slettemark is a lawyer by profession (University of Oslo with specialization from Universitè d`Aix-Marseilles) and has for many years worked as a Senior Legal Adviser at the Norwegian Data Protection Authorities in Norway. She has also served as Political Adviser for the former Minister of Justice. In 2014 she was elected Member of the Council on Ethics for the Government Pension Fund Global, and in 2016 nominated Member of The Oslo University Board.

Conference Adjourns – Organizing Committee
15.15 · 08.06
Åpning og introduksjon ved arrangementskomiteen
09.15 · 07.06

Helge Kvamme

Partner, Advokatfirmaet Selmer DA, Norway

Helge Kvamme is a partner with Selmer’s Investigations and Compliance Department as from 1 July 2013. Previously, Kvamme has been a Partner and Leader of Forensic Services and Anti-Corruption Compliance at PwC for 14 years and a key player in PwC’s Global Anti-Corruption Network leading the Oil and Gas industry sector. 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) for more than 10 years, and has worked for several years in the financial sector on issues related to financial crime investigations and Anti-Money Laundering services.

Conference Adjourns – Organizing Committee
15.15 · 08.06
Åpning og introduksjon ved arrangementskomiteen
09.15 · 07.06

Hui Chen

Global Ethics & Compliance Leader, Speaker, Consultant, USA

Hui Chen is a corporate ethics and compliance leader who served as the first Compliance Counsel Expert at the U.S. Department of Justice from November, 2015 to June, 2017. In that role, she provided expert guidance to federal prosecutors and corporate monitors in evaluating companies’ corporate ethics and compliance programs, including authoring the “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” released in February 2017. She began her career as a federal prosecutor in the Department of Justice in Washington DC and New York, then served in senior legal and compliance positions in Microsoft Corporation, Pfizer In., and Standard Chartered Bank, in locations such as Munich, Beijing, New York and London. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley and law degree from the University of California in Los Angeles.

How Do You Know Your Program Is Working? Measuring Effectiveness of an ABC Program
10.30 · 08.06

Ingjerd Schou

stortingsrepresentant, leder av Stortingets delegasjon til Europarådets parlamentarikerforsamling, Norge

Ingjerd Schou er stortingsrepresentant fra Østfold (2001-2005 og 2009-2021), og leder av Stortingets delegasjon til Europarådets parlamentarikerforsamling. På stortinget er hun medlem av utenriks- og forsvarskomiteen, og i perioden 2013-2017 var hun Stortingets fjerde visepresident. Ingjerd Schou var sosialminister fra 2001-2004.

Political corruption in the House of Human Rights – Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
09.45 · 08.06

Khadija Ismayilova

Investigative journalist, Baku, Azerbaijan

Khadija Ismayilova works with Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. Her award-winning investigations uncovered high level corruption in Azerbaijan, including lucrative business deals of the Azerbaijani president’s family members, hidden interests of the president’s siblings in national contracts and mismanagement in the state financing sector – “The Azerbaijani Laundromat”. She is this year´s award winner of “Right Livelihood Award”.

Special Report: The Azerbaijani Laundromat
13.45 · 08.06

Laurene Bounaud

Executive Director, Transparency International France

Laurène Bounaud has about 8 years of experience helping emerging and established leaders transform their vision into actions with a strong focus on issues linked to democracy and justice. She holds a Master’s degree in Communication from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Toulouse and a Master’s degree in Political Science from La Sorbonne University in Paris. Starting as a political assistant tackling issues of social cohesion and territorial equality, she served communities often deprived of their right to a voice in the national debate, before feeling the need to step out of the political bubble and look for new ways to empower people.

The Obiang Case
12.30 · 08.06

Maja de Vibe

Corporate Compliance Officer, Statkraft, Norway

Maja de Vibe is a senior compliance expert, with extensive hands-on experience from compliance work in high-risk jurisdictions, including 10 years in Africa and experience from Latin America. She has wide practical experience from the design and implementation of compliance policies and systems. She has served in a number of management roles, and has broad experience of managing large, complex and challenging projects.

Sesjon 2: Korrupsjon i privat sektor – Chief Compliance Officer’s utfordringer
12.30 · 07.06

Merete Aspaas

Group Vice President, Legal and Compliance, Jotun A/S, Norway

Merete Aspaas has been with the Jotun Group since 1998. She has served in different management positions in Group Legal, Group HR, Group Communications, Group Corporate Responsibility programme and Group Compliance. She has since 2008 been responsible for Jotun’s anti-corruption programme from development of policies, training and implementation in most of Jotun’s 70 companies around the world.

Sesjon 2: Korrupsjon i privat sektor – Chief Compliance Officer’s utfordringer
12.30 · 07.06

Michaela Ahlberg

Founder of The Grey Zone, Former Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer in Telia, Stockholm, Sweden

Michaela Ahlberg, is the founder of The Grey Zone, an ethics & compliance specialist, lecturer and consultant supporting organizations and leaders with compliance and ethics, enabling cultural change. She worked during four years in Telia Company as Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, leading the Ethics and Compliance (E&C) work up to the DPA in September 2017.

Raising the bar for corporate conduct - The Telia Case
14.30 · 08.06

Paul Røland

Kommunaldirektør, Økonomi og næring, Drammen kommune, Norge

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Per-Kristian Foss

Riksrevisor, Norge

Per-Kristian Foss har vært riksrevisor siden 2014. Han var stortingsrepresentant for Oslo fra 1981 til 2013. På Stortinget var han blant annet leder av finanskomiteen fra 1989 til 1993 og Stortingets andre visepresident fra 2009-2013. Per-Kristian Foss var finansminister fra 2001 til 2005.

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Rikke Vosgraff-Pattison

Senior Advisor, Riksrevisjonen, Norway

Vosgraff-Pattison er siviløkonom med spesialisering i finans og har en MBA fra University of Kent, England. Hun har gjennom sitt arbeid i Riksrevisjonen avdekket flere mislighetssaker, bl.a. knyttet til tilskudd og offentlige anskaffelser.

Conference Adjourns – Organizing Committee
15.15 · 08.06
Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06
Åpning og introduksjon ved arrangementskomiteen
09.15 · 07.06

Robert Barrington

Executive Director, Transparency International UK

Robert Barrington is Executive Director of the UK chapter of Transparency International, the world’s leading anti-corruption organisation with chapters in over one hundred countries. He is an authority on global corruption, corporate bribery and corruption within the UK, and has worked in academia and in the City. He joined Transparency International in 2008, leading the campaign to secure a new Bribery Act in the UK, and was appointed as Executive Director of TI-UK in 2013. He was previously Director of Governance & Sustainable Investment at F&C Asset Management, and CEO (Europe) of the environmental research group Earthwatch Institute.

Understanding the impact of overseas corruption on the London property market
13.00 · 08.06

Sarah Chayes

Senior Fellow, Democracy and Rule of Law Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, USA

Author of the award-winning book "Thieves of State, Why Corruption Threatens Global Security," Sarah Chayes works on the structure and functioning of kleptocratic networks. These insidious organizations rule some 60-70 countries worldwide, and may pose this generation's gravest threat to democracy. Chayes is a former radio reporter who lived and worked in Afghanistan for most of a decade after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. After serving as a special assistant to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, she joined the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where she is currently a non-resident fellow.

When Corruption is the Operating System
15.00 · 07.06

Steinulf Henriksen

Sjefredaktør og administrerende direktør i Folkebladet, Troms, Norge

Henriksen har siden 1997 vært sjefredaktør i lokalavisa Folkebladet som kommer ut på Finnsnes i Midt-Troms. Han har bakgrunn som journalist fra Folkebladet, Nordlys, VG og Forsvarets Forum. Han er leder av Nordnorsk Redaktørforening.

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Thomas Brandi

Partner, Lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Selmer DA, Norway

Thomas Brandi specialises in compliance and investigations, and restructuring and insolvency. Thomas assists companies with legal issues relating to anti-corruption, corporate investigations, governmental interactions and corporate criminal liability. Through his extensive global network consisting of leading fraud and anti-corruption specialists, Thomas has solid experience in assisting Norwegian clients to tackle various challenges related to fraud and corruption in the emerging markets. He is also retained by companies, investors, and financial institutions in connection with compliance assessments, due diligence and audits on business partners, and with issues arising from mergers and acquisitions.

Sesjon 2: Korrupsjon i privat sektor – Chief Compliance Officer’s utfordringer
12.30 · 07.06

Tor-Aksel Busch

Attorney-General, Norway

Tor-Aksel Busch graduated from Law School in 1974 (University of Oslo) and has spent almost his entire career as a prosecutor in Norway. From 1976 he was a police prosecutor before becoming a regional prosecutor in 1981. The last 30 years he has served at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, from 1987 as Deputy Director and from 1997 as the Director. Mr. Busch has contributed extensively to the Norwegian discussion on criminal policy over the years. He has written several academic articles and participated in a number of law committees.

Key Note - Status fra Riksadvokaten
10.00 · 07.06

Tor Dølvik

Spesialrådgiver, Transparency International Norge

Dølvik har siden 2012 arbeidet i TI Norge, med hovedansvar for å fremme antikorrupsjonsarbeid i kommunesektoren. Han er også medlem i Kommunesektorens etikkutvalg. Dølvik er utdannet statsviter fra Universitetet i Oslo, og har gjennom flere tiår hatt styring og reformarbeid i kommuneforvaltningen som spesialfelt. Han har tidligere arbeidet som utreder og rådgiver i Kommunaldepartementet og i Oslo kommune, i tillegg til flere år som forsker og konsulent.

Sesjon 1: Korrupsjon i offentlig sektor
12.30 · 07.06

Tor Ukkelberg

Vice President, Head of Business Integrity & Compliance, Aker Solutions, Norway

Tor Ukkelberg is Vice President, Head of Business Integrity and Compliance at Aker Solutions, responsible for the Anti-Corruption compliance program including managing whistleblowing matters and related investigations. He is a lawyer by education and has 15 years of experience from various management positions of which 13 years with international experience and responsibility for compliance. He has with a team of 8 full time compliance professionals established a full scope global Anti-Corruption compliance program that spans from global training programs to business partner integrity due diligence.

Sesjon 2: Korrupsjon i privat sektor – Chief Compliance Officer’s utfordringer
12.30 · 07.06

Torbjørn Røe Isaksen

Næringsminister, Nærings- og fiskeridepartementet, Norge

Key Note - Status fra Regjeringen
09.30 · 07.06

Daniel Kahn

Chief of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit, Fraud Section, Criminal Division at U.S. Department of Justice

Daniel Kahn has been with the Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section since 2010 and has been Chief of the FCPA Unit since 2016. Professor Kahn has tried and convicted a number of individuals in FCPA, securities fraud, and other white collar cases, and was the lead prosecutor on nine corporate FCPA resolutions. Kahn was also co-counsel in the first conviction at trial of a foreign government official for laundering proceeds of FCPA violations. Professor Kahn earned the Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service for his work on the Alstom case, and earned the Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service for his part in prosecuting a bribery scheme involving the state-owned and state-controlled telecommunications company in Haiti.

Key Note – Report on international corruption
09.15 · 08.06

Anna Haugmoen Mo

Head of Department II (Corruption teams) and senior public prosecutor, ØKOKRIM, Norway

Anna Haugmoen Moe is the Head of Department II (Corruption teams) and senior public prosecutor at the Norwegian National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime (ØKOKRIM). Mo's background includes the law firm PricewaterhouseCoopers DA where she acted as a member of the recovery Group until 2002, and she is also the former Head of the Money Laundering team at ØKOKRIM. Cand. Jur, University of Oslo, 1998.

Åpning og introduksjon ved arrangementskomiteen
09.15 · 07.06

Hedvig Moe

Deputy Director of ØKOKRIM, Norway

Senior public prosecutor, Hedvig Moe, has been Deputy Director of ØKOKRIM since 2016. She has served as a prosecutor in several positions with the Norwegian Prosecuting Authority, and as an adviser to the Ministry of Finance. She also worked as a prosecutor/Legal Officer at The United Nations' International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Moe is cand.jur and Master of Laws.

Nasjonal antikorrupsjonsutvikling
10.45 · 07.06

Leif Görts

Senior public prosecutor, Swedish Prosecution Agency, Sweden

Leif Görts has been working in the field of economic crimes for many years going back to the mid-nineties. He began working at the Anti-Corruption Unit in 2017 after serving five years as the Swedish National Member at Eurojust in The Hague, were he gained a vast experience and knowledge in international cooperation against cross border crime.

Nasjonal antikorrupsjonsutvikling
10.45 · 07.06

Christian Hjort

Partner, Advokatfirmaet Hjort DA, Norway

Christian Hjort has extensive experience from a large number of litigations on matters concerning both Civil and Criminal Law. Over the years, Hjort has represented companies and private individuals under investigation and as Defence Counsel in several high profile white collar crime cases concerning i.a. corruption, insider trading, market manipulation and tax fraud. He has also pleaded several white collar crime cases of principle interest before the Supreme Court.

Nasjonal antikorrupsjonsutvikling
10.45 · 07.06

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