How can forensic technologies empower global investigators?

About this webinar

During this session James Watts, Asia Pacific Acting Editor, will be joined by EY Forensic & Integrity Services Partner, Mukul Shrivastava, and Airbus SAS Senior Vice-President, Karl Hennessee, and Nokia Senior Legal Counsel, Tapan Debnath.

The webinar will be followed by a live Q&A session.

Key discussion points will include:  
•    Trends in the global regulatory landscape
•    Evolving role of corporate fraud investigators
•    Bridging compliance gaps
o    Innovative ways to leverage new and emerging technologies for regulatory compliance and risk management
o    Application of forensic technology by companies to conduct compliance and investigations
•    Harnessing the power of analytics
o    Techniques & tools to evaluate data, ascertain gaps & internal controls

Event Details:
Event date
Wednesday, 17 March 2021
10:00 am - 10:45 am UTC
Event location
Online
In association with:
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Speaker of Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide Launch
James Watts, Acting Editor - Chambers and Partners
James started at Chambers as a researcher on the Asia-Pacific team, before becoming Assistant Editor, Deputy Editor and Acting Editor of the Asia-Pacific guide. His previous professional experience includes charity work. He graduated from the University of Exeter with a BA in History and Economics.
Mukul Shrivastava - Senior Partner, India and Emerging Markets, Forensic & Integrity Services, EY
Mukul Shrivastava is a Partner with EY Forensic & Integrity Services. He is a seasoned investigator with over 25 years of experience in working with global and Indian corporates to investigate allegations of fraud, corruption, non-compliance and cybercrime. He is also part of the global Telecommunications, Media & Entertainment and Technology (TMT) segment. He has led several investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and in stock frauds, misreporting and falsification of financial statements, management and employee frauds. He is experienced in compliance audits, due diligence reviews, and has also led forensics technology teams in data analytics, digital evidence recovery and software license forensics. Prior to EY, he was the Country Finance Director of a global advertising giant in India. Mukul has earned a Bachelors in Commerce, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, a Certified Fraud Examiner and Vice President of the Mumbai Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
Karl Hennessee
Karl Hennessee, Senior Vice-President, Head of Litigation, Investigations & Regulatory Affairs - Airbus
Mr Hennessee, FRAeS, is SVP Litigation, Investigations & Regulatory Affairs at Airbus, where he leads the Group’s global activities in these areas. Separately, he occasionally sits as arbitrator and serves on the board of directors of companies and nonprofits. Until July, 2019, he also served as Chairman of the Governing Body of the ICC Court of International Arbitration and is now a member of the HKIAC Council. In a three year hiatus from Airbus, Mr. Hennessee was VP Public Law & Technology of Halliburton (2013-2016). Mr Hennessee has previously practiced law in Germany and in the United States on behalf of institutions including the German Government and private law firms. Educated at the University of Göttingen, Germany, the London School of Economics and SMU Law School (where he was Managing Editor of the Journal of Air Law and Commerce), he holds degrees in history, economics/econometrics, and law. He is a trustee of Houston Grand Opera, a cancer survivor-mentor, Fellow of the Robert Bosch Foundation and Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Hennessee is the winner of the ILO Award for Litigation “Individual of the Year” for 2009 and the 2018 winner of the Golden Quill award from the Business and Legal Forum for published article of the year. He lectures at Paris Assas, Sciences Po, Toulouse Capitole University and Versailles and has published over 100 articles on various legal subjects and is a frequent speaker on law, technology, aviation, and public policy
Tapan Debnath
Tapan Debnath, Senior Legal Counsel, Ethics and Compliance - Nokia
Tapan is a solicitor with 20 years’ experience in compliance and regulatory, criminal and internal investigations. He is currently Head of Investigations, EMEA, and has previously held trade compliance and operational compliance roles at Nokia. Prior to Nokia, Tapan was a prosecutor at the Serious Fraud Office and a legal adviser in the courts service. He also sits as Legally Qualified Chair of police misconduct hearings.
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Wednesday, 17 Mar 2021 • 10:00 am UTC
How can forensic technologies empower global investigators?