[WEBINAR] 2017 Global Business & Compliance Outlook
June 6, 2017 | 9:00am-10:00am EST
A cloud of uncertainty hangs over the 2017 global economic outlook, as the business impact of political shocks from Brexit to the election of Donald Trump remain unresolved, while emerging markets struggle with domestic tensions and soft global demand. Yet the implications for companies with global ambitions are clear: businesses must stay ahead of eminent macroeconomic and geopolitical disruptions, as well as ensure their teams possess the necessary capabilities to navigate an increasingly complex compliance landscape.
In this exclusive webinar, presented by CREATe and Frontier Strategy Group, the presenters will address the following issues top-of-mind for internationally-focused executives:
- What important scenarios in developed markets should executives prepare for?
- What are the key drivers of opportunity for multinational companies in emerging markets?
- How will key geographies perform across North America, Asia, Latin America, Middle East, Africa and Europe?
- What key enterprise-wide risks are companies likely to face as they operate globally?
- How can multinationals best work with third party partners to mitigate risks?
- What are leading practices for global governance, risk management and compliance programs?
Pamela Passman is President and CEO of CREATe Compliance, and the Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATe.org), organizations dedicated to promoting leading practices in cybersecurity, intellectual property (IP) and trade secret protection, and anti-corruption.
Previously, Passman was the Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Global Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft Corporation. From 2002 to 2011, Passman led Microsoft’s regulatory compliance work across a range of issues, including privacy, security, law enforcement, telecommunications and other issues related to cloud computing. She worked closely with business leaders and research and development teams to advance Microsoft’s businesses in China and other emerging markets. She joined Microsoft in 1996 and until 2002 led the Legal and Corporate Affairs organization in Asia, with a focus on China, Japan and South Korea. Ms. Passman practiced law with Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. and Nagashima & Ohno in Tokyo, Japan.
Antonio Martinez is Director of Global Economics at Frontier Strategy Group (FSG), the leading information and advisory services firm for emerging market executives. Antonio is responsible for FSG’s global economics research and integrated monthly forecast revision process. His work focuses on identifying macroeconomic and geopolitical shifts across a wide portfolio of international markets, and extrapolating cross-regional implications for multinational corporations.
Prior to joining FSG, Antonio worked for the Presidency of the Dominican Republic and has also held positions at the International Finance Corporation and McLarty Associates in Washington DC. Antonio holds a B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, and a M.A. in International Relations and Economics from Johns Hopkins University-SAIS.
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