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Praktische informatie

Vrijdag 29 november 2019

Tijd: 9.30 - 17.00 uur
Inloop vanaf 9.00 uur
Borrel na afloop vanaf 17.00

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A’DAM Toren
Overhoeksplein 1
1031 KS Amsterdam

Klik hier voor de routebeschrijving.

Hotels in de buurt

• Sir Adam Hotel
• ClinkNOORD
• Cafe Modern
• Yotel Amsterdam
• Room Mate Aitana
• Eric Vökel Amsterdam Suites
• Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre
• Hotel TEUN

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Regulier tarief:
EUR 575,- excl. 21% BTW

EUR 325,- excl. 21% BTW

• Lunch
• Consumpties
• Borrel
• Netwerkgelegenheid

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PO / PE punten: 5

• NOvA
• RB


Friday 29 November the fifth edition of the
Anti-Corruption Conference will take place.

The UK's Anti-corruption Strategy
will take center place
for inspiration to be put into action.

We have invited international speakers to cover

the SFO practice under new leadership,
developments from the side of the defence
and the predicaments of out-of-court settlements

Don't miss this opportunity to enlarge your vision,
share experiences, debate and network with (oversees) colleagues.


9.00 – 9.30
Coffee & registration

9.30 – 9.45
Opening of the conference

9.45 – 10.30
The year in White Collar Crime - the UK perspective
Speaker: Sam Roake

10.30 - 11.00
Panel discussion on Legal privilege

  • Bart Schmitz

  • Sam Roake

  • Vincent de Bruijn

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 – 12.45
International cooperation in corruption cases

  • Danielle Goudriaan

  • Albert Jan Kwakman

  • John Gibson

  • Claire Cross

12.45 – 13.45 Lunch

13.45 – 14.15
DPAs: The good, the bad, and the ugly
Speaker: John Gibson

14.15 – 14.45
Panel discussion on out-of-court settlements

  • John Gibson

  • Luz-Stella Dagelet

  • Thomas Bosch

14.45 – 15.15
Clean as a whistle? Representation in UK whistleblowing cases
Speaker: Claire Cross

15.15 – 15.45
Panel discussion on whistleblowing

  • Claire Cross

  • Simone Hönig

  • Thomas Bosch

15.45 – 16.15
Coffee break

16.15 – 17.00
Internal Investigations 2.0
Panel on the benefits and disadvantages of coordinating internal investigations with the Public Prosecution Service after its initiation of criminal investigations

  • Marleen Velthuis

  • Moniek Hutten

  • Sam Roake

  • Bart Schmitz

Drinks reception


  • Sam Roake
    Counsel @ Red Lion Chambers

    Sam Roake was, for several years, instructed by the SFO as part of the case team carrying out a high-profile investigation into a former FTSE 100 company.

  • John Gibson
    Partner @ Cohen & Gresser

    John Gibson is a partner in the London office of Cohen & Gresser. He leads the firm’s United Kingdom white collar and investigations practice. John’s work focuses on complex economic crime, investigations, and regulatory matters. He draws on over two decades of litigation and advisory experience, first as a trial lawyer in independent practice and then, for five years, as one of the most senior prosecutors and investigation managers in the Bribery & Corruption Unit of the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO).

  • Claire Cross
    Partner @ Corker Binning

    Claire has expertise in complex FCA criminal and regulatory investigations, money laundering, fraud and cartel cases. Claire joined Corker Binning as Of Counsel in October 2016, having previously acted as a Senior Lawyer in the FCA’s Criminal Prosecution Team, since 2008. From October 2015 to July 2016, Claire also acted as the Assistant Director in the Cartels and Criminal Group for the Competition and Markets Authority.

  • Daniëlle Goudriaan
    The Public Prosecution Service National coordinating prosecutor for corruption

  • Bart Schmitz
    Public Prosecutor at the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service

  • Moniek Hutten
    Anti-Corruption Centre of the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service

  • Albert Jan Kwakman
    Anti-Corruption Centre of the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service

  • Luz-Stella Dagelet
    Anti-Corruption Centre of the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service

  • Marleen Velthuis

    Counsel in NautaDutilh’s Corporate crime, Fraud & Internal Investigations team

  • Vincent de Bruijne
    Senior Associate in NautaDutilh’s Corporate crime, Fraud & Internal Investigations team

  • Simone Hönig
    Associate in NautaDutilh’s Corporate crime, Fraud & Internal Investigations team