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Localising Global Compliance

About This Webinar

For the most part, compliance risks arise at a local level and are best managed and mitigated locally.

Localising compliance usually involves adapting the global compliance programme to meet the specific laws, regulations, obligations and cultural norms of each country or region where an organisation operates.

This exclusive members' webinar will discuss what localising means to a global compliance officer working across multiple jurisdictions, the possible challenges that may occur along the way and how to overcome them effectively.

This webinar will look at:
- identifying and addressing specific compliance risks across multiple jurisdictions or regions.
- adapting global policies and procedures to meet local requirements.
- building local compliance teams.
- communicating and coordinating with the global/local compliance team.
- providing training and awareness that is both local and global.
- dealing with challenges including complex and conflicting laws, regulations and obligations, language barriers, cultural differences, time zone differences, limited resources and maintaining standards.
- whether to localise or standardise or localise and standardise (to be flexible, consistent and effective)?

Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Vice President
Pekka is Vice President of ICA. Pekka has many years’ experience as a practitioner in Financial Crime Compliance and has spent the last 11 years helping ICA to become the world’s most respected professional body and training provider in Compliance and Risk.
Webinar hosting presenter
Chief Compliance Officer, Flutterwave
Mobolaji “Mo” Bammeke joined Flutterwave as Chief Compliance Officer in 2019. Mo is responsible for managing and scaling the global governance, risk and compliance program whilst ensuring effective risk management and regulatory compliance in all Flutterwave’s operating jurisdictions. Prior to joining JP Morgan Chase Bank, Mo worked in Deutsche Bank, New York. He has over 10 years of experience working in the financial services industry in various Risk, Control, Data Privacy and Compliance roles in London and New York covering Europe, Middle East and Africa markets.Mo holds a Master’s degree in Economics, Accounting and Finance from the University of Bristol, UK and Advanced Certificate in Anti-Money Laundering from the International Compliance Association, UK.He is a member of the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association, International Compliance Association, U.K.
Webinar hosting presenter
Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance and MLRO, Worldpay
Nicholas Joseph is currently the Global Head of Financial Crime Compliance, and the UK Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) for Worldpay (part of FIS). Prior to joining Worldpay, he held various senior anti-financial crime roles at Deutsche Bank, where he managed financial crime and reputational risks. Before Deutsche Bank, he was the Chief Compliance Officer and UK MLRO for a new international private equity division (investing in renewable projects) of GE Capital.

Prior to Nicholas working in the financial sector, he was a senior British diplomat for over 13 years for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, where he focused on geopolitical, intelligence and global financial crime issues (e.g. sanctions, anti-corruption and anti-money laundering). Nicholas also represented the UK government on the UN Security Council in Geneva, Switzerland, where he participated in nuclear disarmament, export controls and human rights negotiations. He was also posted to Dubai, UAE, where he covered regional geopolitical and sanctions issues for the UK government. Nicholas started his career as an environmental risk consultant covering environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
Webinar hosting presenter
Global Head of Trust and Compliance, Vodafone Group PLC
E&C Framework – my core skillset is designing, implementing and monitoring E&C frameworks across global businesses. This means creating and bringing to life: Global compliance communities, policies, controls, learning programmes, cultural transformations, governance programmes, assurance strategies and reporting programmes. All of these framework elements are underpinned by technology so I have significant experience in policy tools, GRC tools and e-learning production including Global roll out programmes.

As a leader with over a decade of experience embedding Ethics & Compliance (E&C) culture, process, and policy within global businesses, I am passionate about what I do because I believe that businesses can be successful whilst also making the world a better place, improving the lives of their customers, employees, communities and the environment.
Webinar hosting presenter
Country Compliance Officer, Flutterwave