How will blockchain, cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence (AI), and big data shape business models and regulatory compliance frameworks?

This IACA seminar offers an overview of the fast-changing landscape by asking How Emerging Technologies Will Drive Changes in Compliance Systems.

Aimed at professionals involved with the business sector, the two-day programme will examine the opportunities, risks, and challenges associated with these and other disruptive technologies. It will feature expert practitioners and interactive peer discussion, giving participants fresh practical insights and excellent networking opportunities.

Each subsequent seminar in this new series will focus on a specific technology and its impact on regulatory and anti-corruption compliance.

Confirmed lecturers include:*

Katarzyna Maria Ciupa, Business Analyst and Project Manager, IoT Austria Mentor, Head of "Bit'n'Block Academy"

Peter Ebenhoch, Partner and Senior Consultant, Effectas GmbH

Alexander Petsche, Partner, Baker McKenzie

Han-Kyun Rho, Professor for Collective Action, Compliance and (private sector) Anti-Corruption, IACA

Pawan Kumar Sinha, Academic Programmes Director, IACA

*Information correct as of 4 May 2018

PROGRAMME

  • Registration and coffee
  • Welcome remarks (Martin Kreutner)
  • Regtech and the disruption of anti-corruption compliance (Pawan Kumar Sinha)
  • From big data to smart data: Impact of artificial intelligence on anti-corruption regulatory frameworks and compliance (Alexander Petsche)
  • Lunch
  • Ethics and compliance: Will human factors remain supreme? (Han-Kyun Rho)
  • Panel discussion: The crossroad of AI and compliance: The future is now (Alexander Petsche/Pawan Kumar Sinha/ Han-Kyun Rho)
  • Networking dinner
  • Welcome coffee 
  • Blockchain Technology: Pain or gain for compliance professionals? (Peter Ebenhoch)
  • Cyptocurrencies: Opportunities, risks, and challenges for anti-corruption compliance systems (Katarzyna Maria Ciupa)
  • Lunch
  • Classroom discussion: Blockchain and the future of anti-corruption compliance in disruptive markets (Peter Ebenhoch/Katarzyna Maria Ciupa/Pawan Kumar Sinha) 
  • Closing remarks & certificates
  • Departure

 

pdfREGULATIONS FOR THE APPLICATION, ADMISSION, AND PARTICIPATION IN THE COMPLIANCE TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR

 

Duration

20 - 21 September 2018

Location

IACA (Laxenburg/Vienna)

Target group Professionals from around the world with relevant work experience in compliance, collective action, anti-corruption, law, audit, or related fields, in the private or public sector.
Registration

Registrations will be considered on a first come, first served basis.

Tuition Fee

680 EUR

Please see the "Fees and Logistics" section below for details.

Discounts

IACA is offering the following discounts on both of the tuition fee options for this Compliance Technology Seminar:

  • 10 % for passport holders from IACA’s Parties
  • 15 % for (registered) IACA Alumni
  • 20 % for passport holders from IACA’s Parties which contribute(d) financially to IACA’s general budget anytime between 1 January 2017 and the day of the application for this Compliance Technology Seminar.*

* Argentina, Austria, Azerbaijan, Chile, China, Hungary, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mongolia, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Thailand.

This scheme remains valid until revocation. It may be modified or superseded by later schemes at any time.

Please see the "Fees and Logistics" section below for details.

Language of Instruction English
Certificate Awarded Certificate of Attendance

 

This two-day seminar consists of lectures, panel and classroom discussions, and networking opportunities. Topics include, among others:

  • Regtech and the disruption of anti-corruption compliance
  • From big data to smart data: Impact of artificial intelligence on anti-corruption regulatory frameworks and compliance
  • Ethics and compliance: Will human factors remain supreme?
  • Blockchain technology: Pain or gain for compliance professionals?
  • Cryptocurrencies: Opportunities, risks, and challenges for anti-corruption compliance systems

Panel discussion:

  • The crossroad of AI and compliance: The future is now

Classroom discussion:

  • Blockchain and the future of anti-corruption compliance in disruptive markets

Candidate profile

This seminar is designed for, among others, those with relevant work experience in compliance, collective action, anti-corruption, law, audit, or related fields, in the private or public sector

Registration

To register, please click on the REGISTER NOW button above to fill out the registration form and submit your valid passport copy.

Registrations will be considered on a first come, first served basis.

Tuition fee

680 EUR – this covers the costs for the seminar, including classroom materials, coffee breaks, lunches, a networking dinner, and a daily shuttle between the designated hotel (see below) and the IACA campus.

Accommodation and travel costs

Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and any associated costs. A limited number of rooms will be pre-booked at a hotel in Vienna. We recommend that those interested in this offer contact the hotel as early as possible to ensure a reservation.

Discounts

IACA is offering the following discounts on the tuition fee for this seminar:

  Tuition fee (EUR)

Tuition fee

680
10 % discount for passport holders from IACA’s Parties 612

15 % discount for (registered) IACA Alumni

578

20 % discount for passport holder from IACA’s Parties which contribute(d) financially to IACA’s general budget anytime between 1 January of the preceding calendar year and the day of the registration/application for the respective programme/activity.*

544

* Argentina, Austria, Azerbaijan, Chile, China, Hungary, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mongolia, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Thailand.

This discount scheme remains valid until revocation. It may be modified or superseded by later schemes at any time. More details are available here

Scholarships

Please kindly note that there are no scholarships available for this seminar.

Insurance

Participants are responsible for their own health and travel insurance and any associated costs.

Visa

Participants requiring a visa for Austria are responsible for their own visa arrangements and any associated costs.