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Friday, December 2 • 16:30 - 18:30
Building Trust Through Transparent Ownership

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This interactive circle will have small ‘level-setting’ presentations by a panel of experts from various industries in order to facilitate participation and debate from the audience on beneficial ownership transparency as outlined below.

In November 2014, the G20 committed to enhancing beneficial ownership transparency. This included a requirement by firms in G20 countries to ensure that their own beneficial information is “timely and adequate, accurate and current” for access by authorities. In order to facilitate these efforts, the B20 Anti-Corruption Task Force, through its Work Stream on Beneficial Ownership Transparency began working towards providing companies with guidance on improving practices around beneficial ownership. To that end the work stream began engaging companies in a dialogue surrounding business use cases for beneficial ownership transparency, and how to implement such transparency in practical ways through an inaugural workshop in Paris.

The B Team, Deloitte, the Bank of Montreal and Thomson Reuters continued the work of the Beneficial Ownership Transparency Work Stream by hosting several additional workshops in New York, Beijing, Nairobi, Delhi and London (additional workshops will be held before the IACC in Dubai and Marrakech). The workshop during the IACC aims to build on those efforts. It seeks to bring together participants from a variety of business sectors (i.e. banking, pharmaceuticals, professional services, etc.) to provide feedback and generate new ideas on a variety of use cases that will help inform business implementation and best practices on beneficial ownership transparency.

It will also highlight experiences of leading by example in transparency, share options for further private sector leadership on this issue, and engage the audience in discussing the ongoing role the private sector can play in making beneficial ownership transparency a global norm and practice.

Speakers
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Chip Cottrell

Global Chief Ethics Officer, Deloitte
James "Chip" Cottrell is a partner in Deloitte LLP in the US and serves as the Deloitte Global Chief Ethics Officer. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the US and China and a UK Chartered Accountant as well as Chartered Global Management Accountant. Chip has served as the functional leader of several Deloitte’s US practices and currently also serves as the Deloitte Chief Sustainability & Corporate Citizenship Officer. He was a... Read More →
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Haya Imam

Group Compliance Officer, Hikma Pharmaceuticals
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May Miller-Dawkins

Director, Governance and Transparency, The B Team
Leading The B Team's work to end anonymous companies and accelerate open contracting.
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Christine O’Connell

Global Head of Compliance Learning, Thomson Reuters
Christine O'Connell is the Global Head of Compliance Learning at Thomson Reuters.  Christine joined Thomson Reuters in 2000 in Internal Audit, and has subsequently held roles in Strategy, Corporate Development and the Chairman's Office.  She is also Chair of the Beneficial Ownership workstream as part of the B20 Anti-Corruption Task Force, and a Board delegate of the World Economic Forum’s Partnership Against... Read More →
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Lida Preyma

Director, Global AML Risk Managment, BMO Capital Markets
With over 19 years of experience in Canadian capital markets, Lida Preyma is currently the Director of Global AML Risk Management and AMLRO Designate (Toronto) at BMO Capital Markets. In this capacity, she has led the development of the Site Visit Program for high risk clients, advises on global policy developments and represents BMO on the B20 Anti-Corruption and Trade & Investment Taskforces. In her previous role as Director of Global AML... Read More →
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Dyveke Rogan

Policy Director, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Dyveke Rogan is Policy and Regional Director at the EITI. She oversees the EITI’s work in Asia and leads the development of the EITI Standard, including policy areas such as beneficial ownership transparency and commodity trading. Prior to joining the EITI in 2009, she worked on various development projects in Africa and Latin America, including undertaking research on CSR practices in the mining sector.

Session Coordinator
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Annabel Lee Hogg

Senior Associate, Governance and Transparency, The B Team

Rapporteur
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May Miller-Dawkins

Director, Governance and Transparency, The B Team
Leading The B Team's work to end anonymous companies and accelerate open contracting.



Friday December 2, 2016 16:30 - 18:30
Portobelo

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