Mexico City Ethics SummitEthisphere2019-06-05T16:47:49-04:00
Mexico City Ethics Summit
Leading and furthering ethics, compliance and integrity across companies and business leaders operating throughout Mexico
JW Marriott Mexico City | May 17th, 2019
Proudly Presented by
Ethisphere and Parsons Corporation are proud to present the Mexico City Ethics Summit, which will convene ethics and compliance leaders from across Mexico and Latin America to share some of the leading practices around building ethics and integrity into global business practices.This program will provide an opportunity for participants to share thoughts and insights around the latest trends in ethics and compliance program development and strategy, as well as put a spotlight on the best practices being implemented by E&C leaders. Engage and hear presentations by members of the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) community as they share the strategy, tactics, results and lessons learned from the rollout of a recent program initiative.
Ethisphere’s Global Partners
Agenda | May 17th, 2019
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Check-In and Networking Breakfast
10:00 am – 10:10 am
10:10 am – 11:05 am
OPENING PLENARY | The Executive Leadership Conversation: Integrity as the Driver of Business Transformation in the Region
11:05 am – 12:00 pm
SESSION 1 | The Pace of Anti-Corruption in Mexico: Addressing the Current Landscape, Comparing Relevant Global Laws, and Applying New Standards to Address Misconduct
12:00 pm – 12:15 pm
Morning Networking Break
12:15 pm – 1:10 pm
SESSION 2 | Improving Investigation Models Through Effective Root Cause Analysis
1:10 pm – 2:30 pm
Networking Lunch and Luncheon Keynote (Government/Regulator Speaker TBD)
2:30 pm – 3:25 pm
SESSION 3 | Data to Drive Ethics & Compliance Advancements – How Companies Are Innovating and Measuring to Improve Program Effectiveness
3:25 pm – 4:20 pm
SESSION 4 | The Complexities of Doing Business in Mexico: Lessons on Working Across Third Parties
4:20 pm – 4:35 pm
Afternoon Networking Break
4:35 pm – 5:30 pm
Closing Plenary | The Ethical Differentiator: The Compliance Influence in Shaping the Business Strategy and Growing Socially Responsible Practices
5:30 pm – 5:45 pm
5:45 pm – 7:00 pm
Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Parsons Corporation
Compliance Director, Grupo Bimbo
Exequiel Rolón Michel
Sustainability Manager, Fresnillo plc
Chief Compliance Officer, Latin America, GE
Vladimiro de la Mora, President and CEO, Mexico, GE
Vladimiro De la Mora is President and CEO of GE Mexico since May 2016. In this position Vladimiro is primarily focused on the growth of GE’s industrial sales, participation in large infrastructure projects both private and public, and businesses development in the country. The company currently has 8,500 employees, 12 manufacturing plants, 7 service centersand the largest Center for Advanced Engineering in the country , with +1800 specialized engineers.
Vladimiro has more than 30 years of experience developing technology. He joined GE in 2006 as the Business Director for GE Infrastructure Queretaro (GEIQ) after 20 years of service at Hewlett Packard.
GEIQ is an Engineering center supporting GE Aviation and GE Power & Water. In the last 3 years, the center has triplicated its size to the 1,800 engineers it has today. GEIQ is GE Aviation’s largest engineering center outside the U.S. and GE Power & Water’s second largest.
From 2012 to 2014, Vladimiro was the president of the “Federacion Mexicana de la Industrial Aeroespacial” (Mexican Aerospace Industry Federation, FEMIA from its acronym in Spanish), representing its members for the promotion of the Aerospace Industry in Mexico.
Vladimiro has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Universidad de las Americas, MBA from the Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Master’s Degree in Business Direction from the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas.
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Parsons Corporation
President and Managing Director, 3M Mexico
Kathryn “Ryndy” Ditmars is Global Litigation Director and General Counsel for the Americas region at JLL. Ryndy previously was General Counsel for JLL’s Canada and Latin America businesses, has oversight for Legal Services provided to the Markets businesses in the United States, and she shares oversight with the Global Legal team for Legal Services provided to the Corporate Solutions business. Ryndy also is the Americas Ethics Officer, participating in the Global Ethics Committee, responding to ethics issues that arise, providing ethics training, and working with the Global Legal Services to further develop JLL’s ethics and compliance program. In her role as Global Litigation Director, Ryndy focuses primarily on enterprise risk management and overseeing JLL’s global litigation portfolio.
Prior joining JLL, Ryndy worked as a litigation attorney with McDermott, Will & Emery and Jackson Lewis Schnitzler and Krupman. In her national trial practice, she concentrated in employment areas and presented employment discrimination seminars throughout the United States. Before moving to Chicago, and after graduating from law school, Kathryn worked as a law clerk to Justice Dorothy Comstock Riley of the Michigan Supreme Court.
Education and Affiliations
Kathryn is a licensed attorney in Illinois and Michigan. She is a member of the bar in the US Supreme Court, the US Courts of Appeal, Seventh and Tenth Circuits, US District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern District of Wisconsin and Eastern District of Michigan and a member of the Michigan State Bar Association.
Kathryn graduated with a Juris Doctor (cum laude) from the University of Michigan where she was a Note Editor for the University of Michigan Journal of International Law. She has a BA from Princeton University, with a major in Spanish Literature.
Mr. Tomas Iturriaga
Chief Sustainability Officer, Mining and Metals, Grupo BAL
Mr. Tomas Iturriaga, Chief Sustainability Officer, Mining and Metals, Grupo BAL
Tomas Iturriaga Hidalgo is Grupo BAL´s Mining and Metals group Chief Sustainability Officer.
Mr. Iturriaga, B.Sc. Engineering., Global MBA, is a Mexican national, a Harvard General Management program graduate with more than 20 years of professional experience in the international mining sector. During his career, Mr. Iturriaga has held operational and executive level positions in operations and general management, new projects planning and development, turn around projects and, most recently, in the business sustainability front. The international experience of Mr Iturriaga includes responsibility over operations in Mexico, United States and Canada.
Mr. Iturriaga is a firm believer in socially responsible and safe mining.
Head of Legal Affairs, Compliance Manager & Data Protection Manager, T-Systems México
Ernesto Rodriguez, Head of Legal Affairs, Compliance Manager & Data Protection Manager, T-Systems México
Mexican Attorney with important experience in corporate law and compliance matters. From 2008 to 2010 he was part of one of Mexico’s most renowned firms (Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa & Co), representing important multinational companies in administrative and taxable issues.
On May 2010, started his career in T-Systems Mexico as Corporate Compliance specialist and Senior Attorney. Since January 2013, was appointed as Head of Legal Affairs Department, Compliance Manager and Data Protection Manager.
As General Counsel of the Company, he is in charge of all the legal issues in the daily operation in Mexico, Latin America and more than 20 countries worldwide. As Compliance Manager, he reports all the compliance issues to the CFO who is also the Compliance Officer of the Company.
Important achievements: 1) Certification of T-Systems Mexico’s Compliance Management Systems by E&Y (Germany) in 2015, 2) Formalization of the biggest contract in 2015 for all T-Systems International and 3) Privacy Award (first place – second consecutive year) – T-Systems México was considered the best local business unit in the implementation of Privacy and Data Protection controls (in comparison with all the companies which belong to the Deutsche Telekom Group).
Rebeca Serwin Lewis
Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Lead, Mexico, Microsoft
Rebeca Servin Lewis Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Lead, Mexico Microsoft
Rebeca Servin Lewis is a Mexican senior attorney with over 20 years of experience, providing legal advice to Mexican subsidiaries of global ITC corporations such as Microsoft, British Telecom, Comsat and Telmex. Rebeca has experience as a transactional in-house attorney collaborating with other teams in the drafting and negotiation of complex deals including Digital Transformation agreements, and building solid relationships with clients and colleagues. Rebeca is a well-versed speaker, working with authorities, industry chambers, and other organizations in her role as a representative for the company. Rebeca also serves as a trusted advisor and business facilitator for the strategic areas of the company in a challenging and ever-changing environment.
Microsoft México, S. de R.L. de C.V. (Microsoft Corporation’s Subsidiary):
Corporate, External and Legal Affairs lead
January 2018 – Present
Commercial legal lead
November 2012 – January 2018
BT LatAm México, S.A. de C.V. y BTGS México, S.A. de C.V. (British Telecom’s Subsidiary):
General Counsel for Mexico.
February 2007 to October 2012
Comsat México, S.A. de C.V. (Comsat International’s subsidiary, and part of the Telecommunications Division of Lockheed Martin for a period of time):
General Counsel for Mexico
December 1999 to January 2007
Teléfonos de México, S.A.B. de C.V.:
De la Peza Abogados, S.C.:
1993 to 1996
Juris Doctor Degree graduating in 1996
Executive Program in Commercial Law in 1998
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
Executive Program in Finance for Lawyers Course in 2002
Jonathan Edward Adams heads Baker McKenzie’s compliance team in Mexico and is the Global Compliance Practice Group’s regional coordinator for Latin America. He has extensive experience in corporate, pharmaceutical and compliance law, having worked seven years in the US and 13 in Mexico and Central America. Jonathan combines a US-based perspective on legal implementation and compliance issues with years of on-the-ground experience in Latin America. He works closely with client commercial teams to implement innovative solutions to legal challenges. He is admitted to practice law in Mexico and two US states.
Jonathan advises domestic and multinational clients from various industries on compliance issues in Mexico and other Latin American jurisdictions. His work focuses on internal investigations in government-related corruption cases and employee white-collar crime. With substantial experience as in-house and external counsel, he has participated in negotiations to access historically restricted sectors of government procurement as well as the establishment of compliance policies for interactions with healthcare professionals and health-sector government officials. Jonathan also assists clients in investments and transactions across Latin America.
Erika Cabriada is the Compliance Officer at Fresnillo plc, in charge of advancing Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption and Money Laundering Prevention programs, managing the whistleblowing line and monitoring compliance with internal and external norms and policies. Ms. Cabriada received two bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Business Administration and a Master’s in Information Technologies from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). She has been part of BAL Group for 17 years now and has wide expertise in Internal Auditing, Risk Management and Compliance. Fresnillo plc is the first Mexican company listed in the London Stock Exchange which makes Ms. Cabriada’s position essential to ensure compliance with all national and international regulations.
Ms. Cabriada is totally convinced that corruption in organizations and in Mexico is not a matter of culture and that honest and responsible people can do a lot to fight against it.
Vice President, Operations, Mexico, Parsons
Compliance Director, Peñoles
Director of Administration and Finance, ManpowerGroup
Ernesto Mauleón, Director of Administration and Finance, ManpowerGroup
Ernesto Mauleón Uribe holds a degree in Public Accounting from La Salle University. He has an MBA from the University of Barcelona, as well as a Diploma in Finance from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México and one in Strategic Management from the University of San Diego.
He prepared to be coach at the Coactive Coach Institute (CTI) and he is mentor of the Women’s Development Program of the American Chamber of Commerce Mexico, as well as of the Development and Mentoring Program of Vital Voices Mexico.
Ernesto has more than 20 years of experience occupying strategic positions in organizations with global presence such as IBM Mexico, Pepsico Mexico, McDonald’s Mexico and Black & Decker Mexico.
In 2008 he joined ManpowerGroup as Finance Director for Mexico and Central America. He currently serves as Director of Administration and Finance at ManpowerGroup, responsible for the Financial Function, he also oversees Human Resources, Compensation and benefits, ManpowerGroup’s Foundation, Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Compliance and Legal.
Adriana Velazquez, is currently the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for Mexico. As CECO, Adriana oversees the company’s ethics and compliance team within Mexico and is responsible for continuing to enhance the company’s compliance processes.
Prior to this role, Adriana was the Anti-Corruption Director in Mexico and Central America since August, 2012, when she joined Walmart.
Prior to joining Walmart, Adriana worked in several legal and compliance roles for GE, most recently serving as the Chief Compliance Officer for GE Latin America. These experiences, together with her role as the Anti-Corruption Director in Mexico/CAM, provide a strong foundation for her work as CECO.
Adriana is a lawyer, with a masters degree in International Commerce Law from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
Ruti Smithline is a partner in the Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Criminal Defense Group. Her practice focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on white-collar criminal defense, SEC enforcement, securities litigation, and corporate internal investigations.
Ms. Smithline is a member of the firm’s FCPA + Anti-Corruption Task Force. She regularly advises clients on cross-border investigations, global compliance programs and anti-corruption due diligence for acquisitions, joint ventures, and private equity transactions. Ms. Smithline has represented individual and corporate defendants in cross-border criminal investigations, SEC enforcement matters, and other regulatory proceedings, including matters related to trade sanctions and anti-money laundering. She has experience conducting corporate internal investigations both domestically and internationally, often advising clients on remedial measures responsive to the issues investigated.
Ms. Smithline was born and raised in Colombia and is fluent in Spanish. She has conducted investigations, seminars and anti-corruption training in Spanish throughout Central and South America.
Ms. Smithline was most recently named to Global Investigations Review’s “Women in Investigations” 2018 survey which recognizes the top 100 leading female investigations specialists from around the world. She was also recently selected by LatinVex as one of “Latin America’s Top 100 Female Lawyers: FCPA & Fraud” for 2018. She was also previously honored by Ethisphere Institute as one of the 2016 “Attorneys Who Matter” and by Global Investigations Review as one of 40 of the world’s leading investigations lawyers under the age of 40. Additionally, Ms. Smithline was selected to the 2014 and 2015 New York Metro Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers based on peer recognition and professional achievement.
Ms. Smithline received her J.D. from The George Washington University School of Law, where she graduated with honors and as a member of the Order of the Coif. She received her B.A. degree, cum laude, from Cornell University. She is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.
Carlos Garcia Jimenez
Director, Ethics & Compliance, Latin America, Uber
Carlos Garcia Jimenez Director, Ethics & Compliance, Latin America Uber
Carlos Garcia Jiménez is Director of Ethics & Compliance for Latin America at UBER starting April 2019. Carlos is responsible for promoting a culture of Ethics and Compliance -Compliance- based on values throughout the region, as well as a vision of Compliance that represents a competitive advantage with the aim of promoting a culture of high integrity and provide practical guidance that allows sustained business growth.
Prior to joining UBER, Carlos worked for TE Connectivity LTD as Compliance Counsel Americas from 2013 until March 2019; his previous experience was as Executive Director of Compliance & Ethics for the Intercon Region for Bristol Myers Squibb Co. Prior to BMS, Carlos worked more than 10 years in various legal and governmental positions in Mexico.
Carlos has a Master in Corporate Law from Universidad Panamericana (Mexico) and is a candidate for PHD in law. Carlos also holds a certificate in Ethics and Compliance from INSEAD (France) and completed the AD business program at IPADE Business School.
Reynaldo Vizcarra is a member of the Firm’s Corporate and Transactional Practice Group. He is a professor at the University Anahuac del Norte where he teaches foreign investment as part of the master of laws program, and an instructor at Universidad Panamericana’s Baker McKenzie Seminar. He joined the Mexico City office in 1986, handling foreign investments, banking and finance matters and international agreements. He also worked in the Chicago office’s Latin America Practice Group, advising on investments and acquisitions in Latin America. In 2000, Mr. Vizcarra co-founded the Firm’s Guadalajara office, where he led the Banking & Finance Practice Group. In August 2005, he transferred to Baker McKenzie’s Cancun office as a founding member and director mainly handling tourism and real estate projects. In 2009, he transferred back to the Mexico City office, where he was local managing partner for four years.
Mr. Vizcarra focuses on corporate law matters, including mergers and acquisitions and the preparation, supervision and implementation of agreements. His practice also covers investment and infrastructure projects. Mr. Vizcarra’s extensive experience includes working on the privatization processes of ports, airports, as well as telecommunications and insurance companies. He also provided consulting services to companies in connection with public work biddings, contracts and acquisitions involving federal government agencies. He currently coordinates the compliance group and advises companies on corporate compliance. He has actively participated in various seminars related to anti-corruption and compliance programs, offering an in-depth analysis of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act and the new Mexican Anti-Corruption Law.
Chief Compliance Officer, Latin America, GE
Reyna Torrecillas, Chief Compliance Officer, Latin America, GE
Reyna Torrecillas is Chief Compliance Officer Latin America at GE.
Reyna works in partnership with the Compliance Executive Team for GE-wide compliance operations in Latin America. She is responsible for execution of GE’s OneCompliance strategy aligned to business and regional risks. She ensures efficiency in compliance operations in the region by leveraging CoEs and ensures complete risk coverage for all businesses and compliance resources in the region.
Reyna is a former member of the IMLP program and Corporate Audit Staff (GE’s premier leadership development program). She served as the VP Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Internal Audit for the GE Money Colpatria Bank JV in Colombia and later become a Senior Manager of Compliance in GE Corporate. In 2013, she was appointed Chief Compliance Officer- Latin-America, Global Growth. Reyna received the 2016 Vikram Singh Compliance Award for outstanding contributions to GE Legal and was part of the FBI Compliance Academy in Washington DC in 2017, Reyna is a frequent speaker and advisor for Ethics and Anti-Corruption Conferences in Latin America.
Reyna graduated with honors as B.S., Information Systems Engineer from Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey – ITESM.
Reyna Torrecillas es la Directora de Compliance para General Electric América Latina.
Reyna trabaja en asociación con el Equipo Ejecutivo de Cumplimiento para las operaciones de GE en Latinoamérica. Es responsable de la ejecución de la estrategia de Compliance de GE alineada con los riesgos comerciales y regionales. Asegura la eficiencia en las operaciones de cumplimiento en la región mediante el aprovechamiento de los CoEs y la cobertura de riesgos completa para todas las empresas y los recursos de GE en la región.
Reyna es un ex miembro del programa IMLP y del Corporate Audit Staff (Programa de desarrollo de liderazgo de GE). Se desempeñó como Vicepresidente de Cumplimiento y Líder de Auditoría Interna de GE Money Colpatria Bank en Colombia y más tarde se convirtió en Gerente Senior de Cumplimiento en GE Corporate. En 2013, fue nombrada Directora de Cumplimiento para América Latina, Global Growth. Reyna recibió el Premio de Cumplimiento Vikram Singh 2016 por contribuciones sobresalientes a GE Legal y formó parte de la Academia de Cumplimiento del FBI en Washington DC en 2017, además de servir como oradora frecuente en materia de Compliance y anti-corrupción en conferencias en América Latina.
Reyna se graduó con honores como Ingeniero de Sistemas de Información del Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
Humberto is a graduate from Universidad la Salle’s Law School (class of 2004) and has an LLM from Florida Coastal School of Law. He joined Wyndham Hotels & Resrots in March 2016 as Senior Counsel for Latin America and the Caribbean. As head of the region’s legal department he has actively negotiated franchise and management agreements in Spanish, English and Portuguese. He was also responsible for the legal integration of Fen Hotels and La Quinta’s Latin American portfolio with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.
As regional lawyer he is in charge of all legal aspects of WHR in LATAMC such as franchise disclosure documents, drafting of franchise and management agreements, business law, litigation, privacy and compliance.
Before joining WHR, for 9 years he was part of the RCI legal team for Latin America, then a WHR sister company and collaborated with Emilio Robles Miaja and Romano Rascon y Asociados firms.
Humberto estudió en la Facultad de Derecho en la Universidad la Salle graduándose en el año 2004 y cuenta con un LLM de Florida Coastal School of Law. Ingresó a Wyndham Hotels & Resorts en marzo de 2016 como Director Legal para América Latina y el Caribe. Como líder del área legal ha participado activamente en la negociación contractual en español, inglés y portugués de varios hoteles para franquicia y operación. También fue responsable de la integración legal de Fen Hoteles y los hoteles en América Latina de La Quinta con Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
Como abogado regional tiene a su cargo todos los aspectos legales de WHR en LATAMC, la confección de los documentos de divulgación de franquicia, elaboración de contratos de franquicia, operación hotelera, la estructura societaria de las entidades regionales, litigio, privacidad, y cumplimiento.
Antes de ingresar a WHR formó durante 9 años parte del equipo legal para América Latina de RCI, y colaboró en Emilio Robles Miaja and Romano Rascón y Asociados, S.C.
James Koukios is a partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Washington, D.C. office, and serves as Global Co-Head of the FCPA + Anti-Corruption Practice. Mr. Koukios represents companies and individuals in high-stakes government enforcement actions and complex internal investigations. An experienced trial attorney and former federal prosecutor, Mr. Koukios has tried over 20 federal jury cases, including serving as the lead prosecutor in two landmark FCPA-related trials: United States v. Esquenazi and United States v. Duperval. Mr. Koukios also served as a lead prosecutor in United States v. AEY Inc., a defense procurement fraud and export licensing case that served as the basis for the 2016 film War Dogs.
Selected Significant Representations
Representing multinational pharmaceutical and medical device companies in government-facing FCPA investigations
Representing an individual in a multinational anti-corruption investigation involving a national oil company
Representing an individual in a criminal securities fraud investigation
Representing an individual in a criminal whistleblower retaliation investigation
Representing a company and several of its employees in connection with the Special Counsel’s investigation
Assisted a multinational consulting company in conducting an internal investigation into potential ITAR violations
Assisted a multinational technology company in conducting internal investigations into potential FCPA and conflict-of-interest violations
Providing FCPA legal advice, anti-corruption counseling, and transactional due diligence to multinational corporations in several industries, including defense, extractive, financial services, food, health care, and technology
Defending independent directors against breach-of-fiduciary-duty claims in federal court
Before joining Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Koukios spent 10 years at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), starting his career as an Assistant United States Attorney in Miami and finishing his tenure at DOJ as Senior Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section in Washington, D.C., where he supervised investigations, prosecutions, and resolutions in the Fraud Section’s FCPA, Health Care Fraud, and Securities and Financial Fraud Units. While at DOJ, Mr. Koukios investigated and prosecuted health care fraud, procurement fraud, public corruption, money laundering, and export control offenses, working closely with state, federal, and foreign law enforcement officials, as well as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); U.S. Departments of Defense, State, and Commerce; and intelligence agencies. He assisted in drafting the widely acclaimed DOJ and SEC joint publication A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which followed a series of consultations with business and compliance leaders. He was also a lead examiner for the Phase 2 examination of Russia’s compliance with the Anti-Bribery Convention of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
From 2010 to 2011, Mr. Koukios served as Special Counsel to then-FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III, advising the Director and other FBI executives on criminal policy issues, preparing FBI Executive Management for congressional testimony, representing the FBI at interagency meetings, and acting as a liaison between FBI and other DOJ components.
Mr. Koukios has been named a “Recognized Practitioner” in FCPA (Nationwide) by Chambers USA, “recommended” for corporate investigations and white-collar defense by Legal 500, an “Expert” and a “Thought Leader” in investigations by Who’s Who Legal, and an “Attorney Who Matters” by the Ethisphere Institute for making an impact in the area of ethics and compliance. He also received the Assistant Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award in recognition for his work on the Esquenazi and Duperval trials during his time at DOJ.
Mr. Koukios is an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Senior Compliance Consultant, Ethisphere
Anne Kelley, Senior Compliance Consultant, Ethisphere
Anne Kelley is a senior advisor with expertise in risk management, compliance and governance. She spent 20 years at Microsoft where she was Associate General Counsel.
In that role, she lead a range of corporate initiatives around key risks including special projects regarding anti-corruption and rule of law; and was involved in managing Microsoft’s 375-person legal organization outside of the U.S. across 50 countries.
Raphael V. Estrada
Assistant Vice President, Compliance, Mexico, AT&T
Raphael V. Estrada, Assistant Vice President, Compliance, Mexico, AT&T
Raphael V. Estrada is Assistant Vice President Compliance for AT&T (Mexico). Mr. Estrada developed the Compliance organization and programs in Mexico since 2015, and is member of the Ethical & Conflict of Interest Committees of AT&T (Mexico). Raphael is responsible for the FCPA, and Ethics programs and oversees Data Protection and Sustainability activities.
Previously he served for over 10 years in the Financial Planning and Analysis organization in Nextel Mexico.
Prior to that, Raphael served for over 10 years in the Network organization in Iusacell.
Mr. Estrada holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering and M.B.A. both from Universidad Iberoamericana
Associate General Counsel, Ethics and Legal Compliance, Intel Corporation
Sarah Flanagan, Associate General Counsel, Ethics and Legal Compliance, Intel Corporation
Sarah Flanagan is Associate General Counsel, Ethics and Legal Compliance at Intel Corporation. She is the Global Director of Antitrust Compliance and the Director of Latin America Regional Ethics and Compliance. Sarah is on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Antitrust Council and is a member of the US Technical Advisory Committee to INCITS on organizational governance. She is a co-chair of Intel’s Oregon pro bono committee and a member of the global pro bono committee.
Before joining Intel in 2005, Sarah was counsel for Chevron Corporation’s Global Downstream Legal Department, advising on US and Latin America sales and marketing, and, before that, in private practice in Northern California.
Partner-in-Charge, Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados, S.C.
Sergio Huacuja, Partner-in-Charge, Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados, S.C.
Es Licenciado en Derecho egresado con Mención Honorífica de la Escuela Libre de Derecho; tiene Especialidad en Derecho Administrativo y Constitucional, Maestría en Derecho con Mención Honorífica por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Diplomado en Filosofía por la Universidad Panamericana, estudios de Especialidad en Alta Dirección de Empresas por el Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas (IPADE), Diplomado en Ética Gubernamental y Corporativa, Anticorrupción y Prevención de Conflictos de Interés por la Escuela Libre de Derecho, y Diplomado de Anticorrupción por la International Chamber of Commerce México en conjunto con la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad Panamericana de la Ciudad de México.
Es profesor de Posgrado en la Escuela Libre de Derecho en las especialidades de Derecho Penal y Derecho Público; de la Maestría en Derecho Administrativo de la Universidad Panamericana y del Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública, del cual fue Coordinador de la Comisión de Ética. Actualmente es Coordinador de la Comisión de Anticorrupción de la Barra Mexicana, Colegio de Abogados, A.C.
Fue promotor activo de la Ley General de Responsabilidades Administrativas (Ley 3de3) ante el Senado de la República. En materia de anticorrupción, contrataciones públicas, responsabilidades de los servidores públicos, ha impartido capacitación en un sinnúmero de Dependencias y Entidades del Sector Público Federal, así como Estatal y Municipal, desde el año de 1986 a la fecha, acumulando más de 400 cursos, seminarios y presentaciones sobre las Leyes mencionadas y la normatividad complementaria a las mismas.
Es autor de los libros “La Regulación del Proceso de las Adquisiciones del Gobierno Federal”, “La Desaparición de la Prisión Preventiva” y “La Contratación de Bienes, Arrendamientos y Servicios en la Administración Pública Federal” y de diversos artículos publicados en revistas especializadas en Derecho y Administración Pública, relativos al régimen de contratación pública, responsabilidades administrativas de los servidores públicos y sobre el Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción.
Fue ponente en el Instituto Internacional de Ética Gubernamental en la Ciudad de Washington, D.C. por México y en el Congreso Latinoamericano para la Administración y Desarrollo en Guatemala, República Dominicana, Brasil y Uruguay y consultor del Banco Mundial.
Pertenece a diversas organizaciones profesionales y académicas, dentro de las cuales desempeña distintas comisiones y actividades y es abogado consultor y Socio Director de los despachos Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados, S.C. y Consultores Empresariales H.B., S.C.
Graduated from Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City, where he obtained his B.A. in Law with honors. Has an Administrative and Constitutional Law Specialization and a LL.M. from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico with honors. Has taken several courses and seminars. Among them, Philosophy in Universidad Panamericana; Fight Against Corruption by Public Function Ministry and Mexican Bar Association; International Arbitration from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico.
Partner-in-charge of Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados, S.C. (HBHM) since 1989 and Consultores Empresariales H.B., S.C. (CEHB), since 1993.
From the very outset of his career, his activity has been focused to consultancy and litigation about Government Procurement procedures for Public and Private Sector. He is a true specialist. For that reason he has been hired by a very large number of corporations and government institutions, both in Mexico and abroad. Among most representative examples are The World Bank, where is has been counselor since 2001, Bank of Mexico, Sanofi Aventis, Baxter, Eli Lilly, Hewlett Packard, Grupo Fármacos Especializados, El Corte Inglés, PEMEX, Comisión Federal de Electricidad, the Senate of Paraguay Republic and the following Ministries in México: Ministry of Public Function, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Public Education.
Has also a vast experience in the academic field. Currently lectures in the post graduate level at Escuela Libre de Derecho (Civil Law) and at Universidad Panamericana (Public Contracting and Public Servant Responsibilities in Law Master Program). Furthermore, he is a senior professor at Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública, where he is Chairman of its Ethics Committee.
He is the author of several books such as “La regulación de los procesos de adquisición del gobierno federal” (Federal Acquisition Regulatory Processes) and “La desaparición de la prisión preventiva” (Preventive Prison Disappearance). Moreover, he has written numerous articles for specialized journals, regarding Government Procurement and Public Servant Responsibilities.
He belongs to several professional and academic organizations, and various committees, such as Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados and El Ilustre Colegio de Abogados. Is also a Lawyer and Managing Partner of Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados, S.C.
Has been a speaker at the International Institute of Government Ethics in Washington, D.C. and at the Latin American Congress for Administration and Development in Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Brazil and Uruguay, as well at the Latin American Group of Public Administration.
Legal Regional Director – Mexico, Colombia, and NOLA, Dell Technologies
Jose Millet, Legal Regional Director – Mexico, Colombia, and NOLA, Dell Technologies
Jose Millet with more than fourteen years of managerial and executive experience with expanded responsibilities to Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, Colombia and Venezuela regions, including practicing law as an associate for Arechiga y Ramos, Legal Manager for Sky Mexico, Corporate Legal Subdirector for Nextel de Mexico and currently Legal Regional Director Mexico, Colombia, and NOLA for Dell Technologies, with revenues of $79.9 billion in 2018 and approximately 145,000 people worldwide, Dell Technologies is formed by two technology companies and one shared vision: to provide greater access to technology for people around the world. Mr. Millet´s legal and business practice focuses primarily on Telecommunications, IT, IP, antitrust law, with strong emphasis on sophisticated Telecomm/IT negotiations, governmental relations, compliance, public sector contracting, complex outsourcing, IP disputes, cloud computing, cyber security, social media, digital media and content licensing and distribution.
Mr. Millet holds an JD from Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, a Diploma in Business and Risk Management from Boston University, a Diploma in Contract Negotiations from Universidad Iberoamericana and a LLM in International Law from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.
Mike Kolloway, Chief Legal Advisor, Parsons on the Mexico City Ethics Summit
At the 2019 Global Ethics Summit, Ethisphere spoke to Mike Kolloway, Chief Legal Advisor, Parsons about ethical leadership and Parsons role at the Mexico City Ethics Summit. “Ethics and integrity are critical to us just as the safety of our employees,” Kolloway said. “The board reviews our metrics report at every quarterly meeting and there’s a lot of engagement and discussions around it.” Hear more from Kolloway and other leaders at Ethisphere’s upcoming Mexico City Ethics Summit.
Summit Location | Venue
JW Marriott Mexico City
Andrés Bello 29 | Ciudad de México, 11560
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A number of large corporations are teaming up to push for better ethics and business practices in Mexico by helping to shape leadership behavior and corporate culture, expand the understanding of how data about ethical performance can enhance improvement, and provide value-add tools that members can implement to create more value for their companies, regardless of where they are in their program life cycle.