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Jacob Bronowski
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11.02.2016

Konverents "Reducing Corruption: Focusing on Private Sector"

11.-12. veebruaril toimub Radisson Blu Olümpia hotellis erasektori korruptsiooni käsitlev rahvusvaheline konverents "Reducing Corruption: Focusing on private sector“.

Konverentsil esinevad ettekannetega tunnustatud teadlased, eksperdid ja ettevõtjad Austriast, Taanist, Eestist, Lätist ja Hispaaniast.

Konverentsist teevad ülekande Postimees, mida on võimalik jälgida siit  ning ERR, mida on võimalik jälgida siit. Konverents toimub inglise keeles ning on eesti keelse tõlkega.

Konverentsi päevakava inglise keeles:

Day 1

09:30 Registration with morning coffee
10:00 Plenary session
10:00 Welcoming words
Mr. Norman Aas, Secretary General, Ministry of Justice of Estonia
Representative of an Estonian company (not confirmed yet)
10:20
Conference introduction - Day 1
Moderator: Mr. Erkka Jaakkola, Chairman of the Board, Transparency International Estonia
10:30
Mr. Antonio Argandoña, Emeritus Professor, “la Caixa” Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance, IESE Business School
“Private-to-private corruption: how to make companies the remedy, not the cause of corruption”
11:10
Mr. Lars Johannsen, Associate professor at Aarhus University, Denmark
Presentation of results from a private sector corruption study conducted among Danish and Estonian businessmen
11:50     Coffee break
12:10
 
Mr. Andreas Wieselthaler, Director of the Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption (BAK) of the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior
Austrian challenges in private-to-private corruption investigations“
 
12:50 Lunch
13:50 Workshops (3 parallel workshops)
13:50 Mr. Carri Ginter, Associate Professor of EU law at Tartu University, member of the Management Board at the Port of Tallinn, partner at law firm SORAINEN
Marko Kairjak, part-time Lecturer at Tartu University (white-collar and property offences), visiting Lecturer at Estonian Business School (finance ethics and law), partner at law firm VARUL.
Workshop on solving hypothetical case studies on private-to-private corruption 
13:50 
Ms. Kristine Ārensone, Compliance Officer, Latvenergo
„Latvenergo Group Compliance and Fraud Risk Management“
Mr. Taavi Tamkivi, Compliance Lead, Transferwise
Mr. Aleksandr Kostjukevitš, Transferwise
Ms. Anu Ahas, Transferwise
Practical workshop on compliance management 
13:50 
 
Ms. Kristiina Esop, Executive Manager, Responsible Business Forum in Estonia
Ms. Elina Rääsk Durrani, Member of the Board, Responsible Business Forum in Estonia
„Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility (CSR) Index and its impact on a company“ (the workshop will be in Estonian with synchronized translation)
15:20 Coffee break 
15:45  Plenary session
Roundtable discussion on business corruption in the example of Port of Tallinn
(discussion will be in Estonian with synchronizedtranslation)
Mr. Anvar Samost, Journalist
Mr. Rain Vääna, CEO, Ragn-Sells AS
16:30  Summary of workshops 
   

Day 2

09:20     Morning coffee
09:40 
Welcoming words
Ms. Lavly Perling, Prosecutor General, Estonian Prosecutor’s Office 
09:50  Conference introduction – Day 2
Moderator: Ms. Mari-Liis Sööt, Head of Analysis Division, Ministry of Justice of Estonia
10:00 Plenary session
10:00 Ms. Helen Tulve, Chief Legal Officer, Tallinna Kaubamaja Group
Implementation of compliance management system in Estonian retail company Tallinna Kaubamaja Group AS
10:40
Presentations by project partners:
Mr. Daniel de Alfonso Laso, Anti-Fraud Office of Catalonia
Mr. Frank Wagner, Director of Public Prosecutions in Denmark
Mr. Kristaps Kalninš, Ms. Sintija Helviga, Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau in Latvia 
11:40 Coffee break with snacks 
12:15 Workshops (3 parallel workshops)
12:15 Mr. Asso Prii, Member of the Board of Transparency International Estonia, attorney at Supremia Attorneys at Law
Mr. Erkka Jaakkola, Chairman of the Board, Transparency International Estonia
Workshop on practical prevention of private sector corruption and the use of whistle-blowing mechanisms
12:15 Ms. Merike Rabi, Head of Internal Auditing, Inbank AS
Ms. Marilin Pikaro, Senior Manager, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Ernst & Young Baltics
Detecting Fraud in the Organization. Practical workshop on techniques, tools and activities in detection of fraud, corruption and unethical behaviour. Role of management and internal audit.
12:15 Mr. Toomas Plaado, Head of Analytical Division, Corruption Crimes Bureau, Central Criminal Police, Estonian Police and Border Guard Board
„Partnership with law enforcement agencies – from counselings to criminal proceedings“
13:30 Coffee break
13:45
Ms. Christine Jøker Lohmann, Chief Policy Advisor, Confederation of Danish Industry
„Anti-Corruption in an International business perspective“ 
14:20 Closing of the conference