Compliance & Procurement: Is your supply chain dynamic enough to deal with COVID-19?

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Hear from Charmian Simmons as she explores the compliance and risk management challenges in the current coronavirus crisis.

Amidst the current health crisis supply chains are being disrupted, leaving many companies looking at how to rectify a ‘weak link in the chain’, how to respond to the board/committee and how to pivot to continue to support their business and strengthen their compliance and procurement program(s).  
What you'll learn

  • How COVID-19 is impacting the supply chain and if companies have learned from prior crises, such as SARS.
  • BCP vs AML/BSA/FCPA regulatory adherence: Criminals are not stopping their enterprises due to COVID-19, so what level of due diligence and monitoring is enough?
  • Dynamic Supply Chain – when to review supply chain partners to understand concentration risk via jurisdiction and criticality.
  • Considerations in how to solve for the here and now + looking forward.
Meet our speakers
Charmian Simmons

Performance and Strategy Director at Refinitiv
Charmian Simmons is a Performance and Strategy Director at Refinitiv, who brings a wealth of practitioner experience (20 years) from her time in Internal Audit at Morgan Stanley, Lloyds Banking Group and in IT Advisory at PWC. Australian by birth, she’s a true New Yorker and a powerhouse of knowledge. Charmian is CISA, CRMA and CAMS certified and leverages that knowledge in engaging with the C-suite and Compliance/ Operational/ IT/ Audit professionals.

Prior to joining Refinitiv, Charmian was with Thomson Reuters in Market Development, working as the Head of Audit North America at Lloyds Banking Group New York, a Vice President at Morgan Stanley (London and New York), and with PWC’s Global Risk Management Services (Sydney and London); providing IT advisory and assurance services.
Linda Rogers

Global Compliance Manager at Pentair PLC
Linda Rogers has been with Pentair for 21 years, with a variety of roles from accounting and payroll, to purchasing compliance, including Sarbanes Oxley process implementation.  She has spent years designing and improving audit and compliance programs and tools. Her many roles have provided her with years of contract negotiations, an understanding of the manufacturing industry and a wide knowledge of global trade and anti-bribery compliance.  She currently manages the global compliance team at Pentair focused on international trade compliance and anti-corruption programs.  

She is happily married, a mother to four grown children, and her two year old yellow Labrador retriever Maxx.  She normally loves to travel….but given the current situation, is enjoying time at home.

Nicholas Belani

EDD Transformation Manager at Refinitiv
Prior to joining Refinitiv as an EDD Transformation Manager, Nicholas Belani has served in a range of risk research and advisory roles within the legal and financial service industries. Most recently, Nicholas was the Director of Business Intelligence at RANE (Risk Assistance Network + Exchange), a network-based risk intelligence firm, where he led the production of customized research to support Client inquires, primarily focused on non-financial transactional due diligence and analysis within the multinational corporate and private equity space.

Nicholas previously held AML/ KYC-related roles at MUFG and Skadden Arps, as well as research and litigation roles at other US law firms.
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