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EU Whistleblowing Directive and its implementation
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Dr. Sebastian Oelrich: Overview of status of implementation of the EU Whistleblowing Directive in Germany
Clara Ingen-Housz: “Sharing experience in setting up a whistleblowing system in a multinational”
Dr. Paul Milata: “Competing for whistleblowers –The international whistleblower data market”
Clara Ingen-Housz, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer and Group Legal Counsel (Antitrust), Saint-Gobain
Clara Ingen-Housz is Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer and Group Legal Counsel (Antitrust, Anticorruption, Trade, Privacy) for the Saint-Gobain Group, a French multinational active in the manufacturing and distribution of construction materials and high-performance solutions for the industry. The Group is present in 76 countries with close to 170,000 employees. Previously, she practiced as a lawyer in New York, was a member of the European Commission’s Legal Service (Competition team), and was based for over eight years in Hong Kong, heading Linklaters’ Antitrust practice in Asia-Pacific. She holds law degrees from the Paris’ Panthéon-Assas University, Sciences Po. and Harvard Law School (L.LM.) and is admitted to the Paris, New York and Hong Kong bars.
Dr. Sebastian Oelrich, TU Dresden & Head of Whistleblowing Working Group at Transparency International Germany
Sebastian Oelrich, LL.M.oec., is head of working group whistleblowing with the German Chapter of Transparency International. He holds a PhD in Accounting and is a researcher at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. His research is concerned with the role of social and group norms on unethical behaviors, esp. fraud and corruption.
Dr. Paul Milata, Nemexis GmbH
Paul Milata is a private investigator. He specializes in corruption and fraud cases tied to Central and Eastern Europe. Since the financial crisis of 2007-8, he performs DDs and investigates executive white-collar-crime in manufacturing, trade, health care and sports. Paul has been a speaker at leading business intelligence and security conferences. He is a graduate of McGill University (Canada) and a Certified Fraud Examiner.