Breaking silos of regulatory risks to outperform traditional compliance approaches - Course 2

Rue Ravensteinstraat 4, B-1000 Brussels
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16 Jan

While risks may differ depending on the industry and where operations are based, a holistic approach of compliance might very well be the strongest and most cost-effective to deliver business value and drive ethical behaviour in the company.

  • One risk culture (taxonomy, appetite) served by expert teams
  • Latest trends in compliance (programme) requirements for anticorruption, GDPR, export control and economic sanctions,…


Harald Haelterman Manager Legal Compliance & Integrity, TNT/FedEx Express

Stéphanie De Smedt Attorney at law, Loyens & Loeff

Danaïs Fol Attorney at law, Loyens & Loeff

Bert Gevers Partner, Loyens & Loeff Belgium



Any professional with interest for or whose practice relates to the implementation and the administration of the compliance procedures and policies: anti-bribery and anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, antitrust, competition law and economic sanctions, conflicts of interest, data privacy and protection, fraud prevention, import and export control, insider trading,… would benefit from an updated training on different areas of compliancerequirements and trends by recognized experts:

  • Compliance Officer
  • Corporate Security Officer
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Internal auditor
  • Fraud Investigator
  • Financial Controller
  • Export Control Manager
  • Sales Team Leader
  • Procurement staff
  • Corporate lawyer
  • CSR professional


We provide during 5 small-scale high-level courses a practical approach, with the aim of raising the skills of professionals involved in managing compliance issues like business ethics, personal data management and trade compliance.


A helicopter view with all the most relevant compliance topics, not only one, to provide the professional with more depth for risk analysis, efficiency for key compliance activities and a higher value in the management within his team, and for its top executives. Then be eligible to become part of a national community of compliance professionals, updated and enriched by the international work and standards of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).


ICC Belgium co/The Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB), Rue Ravensteinstraat 4, B-1000 Brussels, from 2 until 5 PM.


Is your business a member of ICC Belgium, or a Belgian Belgian sectoral federations, or a Belgian chamber of commerce (VOKA, BECI, CCI, IHK)? If the answer is yes, you are eligible for a discounted fee! Not sure? Don’t hesitate to contact us to enquire!  >>

Discounted fee for the entire training: € 1.938 – excl. VAT,
or per course: € 390, – excl. VAT.

Ordinary tuition fee  € 2.280, – excl. VAT for the entire training (5 courses and the conference). This covers the attendance to the course, teaching materials and the drinks.
The fee for a single course is € 460,- excl. VAT, and the ticket for the conference is € 100,- excl. VAT.


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