The IAS Advisory Committee provides strategic advice to HJ Innoxcell and the conference production committee on the range of activities undertaken. The role of the Advisory Committee is very important to us as they provide invaluable feedback and guidance to the content of each event to meet the required standards and relevance. The Advisory Committee also contributes to keynote speeches, chairing sessions, facilitating panel discussions or conduct brainstorming workshops.
Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Greater China and North Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
Moray is Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Greater China and North Asia for Standard Chartered Bank where he is responsible for implementing the Bank’s framework for ABC compliance in the region through ensuring adherence to global standards. Prior to joining Standard Chartered Bank, he was the Global Head of Investigations and Asia Pacific AML and ABC for Fidelity Worldwide Investments where his responsibilities included all investigations, code of ethics, AML, ABC, and operational risk for the Asia region. His previous experience includes roles as Head of Code of Ethics and Oversight Services, Head of Business Compliance, and Head of Corporate Security and Regional MLRO. In addition, he spent more than 8 years with Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations, in various roles, including Regional VP for Asia, Senior Managing Director for North Asia, and Managing Director for Taiwan. Prior to Asia, Moray has more than a decade of experience with the South African Government and the South African Navy. His educational background includes a MSc in Social Science from the University of Leicester, UK.
CEO, Florida International Bankers Association
David Schwartz is President and CEO of the Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA), a nonprofit trade association dedicated to fostering the growth of international banking through education, advocacy and networking. Its membership includes some 70 financial institutions from 18 countries spanning 4 continents, including the largest banks in Europe, the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean that are active in international trade and finance.
Prior to joining FIBA, David was Senior Vice President and Manager of International Compliance Risk Management at Regions Financial Corporation in Miami, a $140 Billion dollar institution. He was responsible for providing effective oversight, communication and direction to all lines of business for issues involving foreign customers and related products, services and transactions, including the development and implementation of all BSA/AML policies and procedures. David joined Regions’ predecessor bank Union Planters in 2004 as Manager of the International Wealth Management Group.
David worked for Banque Sudameris for over 20 years, holding numerous International Banking positions including Head of the International Department in Argentina, Deputy Manager of Banque Sudameris in Monte Carlo, Head of Correspondent Banking, Credit and Treasury in Miami, and Deputy Manager and Director of Wealth Management in Miami.
David received his Juris Doctorate from New York Law School and also has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He has completed foreign studies and training in Hong Kong and Paris, France and is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian. He is a past Chairman of the Board of FIBA (2007-2008), past Chair of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) Health Medical Advisory Committee and is currently a member of the MDCPS Audit and Budget Advisory Committee. He holds a black belt in Shuri-Ryu Karate and is an avid golfer.
Regional Managing Director, KrolLDiscovery
Advised on multi-jurisdiction matters across Greater China, Southeast Asia and Japan, which involved computer forensics, ediscovery, document review, and consulting services.
Hon. Andrew J. Peck
Judicial Observer, US District Court, Southern District of New York
Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck was appointed United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York on February 27, 1995, and served as Chief Magistrate Judge in 2004-2005. Judge Peck is co-chair of the S.D.N.Y.-E.D.N.Y. Local Rules Committee, and a member of the Second Circuit Federal-State Judicial Council.
Judge Peck graduated with honors from Cornell University in 1974 and from Duke University School of Law in 1977, where he was an Editor of the Duke Law Journal. Judge Peck is a member of the Duke Law School Board of Visitors (2012 to Present).
Judge Peck served as law clerk to Judge Paul Roney of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh (then-Fifth) Circuit, during the 1977-1978 term. Judge Peck was a litigator at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison from 1978-1995.
Judge Peck is a frequent lecturer on issues relating to electronic discovery and is a member of the Sedona Conference and the Sedona Conference Judicial Advisory Board. Judge Peck also is a judicial observer to the Legaltech Educational Advisory Board (2015 to present). He was awarded the Champion of Technology Award for 2011 by Law Technology News, the 2013 Judicial Leadership Award by the Electronic Discovery Institute ("EDI"), and honored by the American Lawyer as a Judicial E Discovery Innovator (in Top 50 Innovators of the Last 50 Years).
Judge Peck's key e-discovery opinions: Hyles v. New York City, 10 Civ. 3119, 2016 WL 4077114 (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 1, 2016)(requesting party cannot force responding party to use TAR); Rio Tinto PLC v. Vale S.A., 14 Civ. 3042, 2015 WL 4367250 (S.D.N.Y. July 15, 2015) (appointing TAR Special Master); Rio Tinto PLC v. Vale S.A., 306 F.R.D. 125 (S.D.N.Y. 2015) (black letter law that responding party can use TAR); Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, 287 F.R.D. 182 (S.D.N.Y. 2012) (first judical decision approving use of predictive coding aka TAR), aff'd, 2012 WL 1446534 (S.D.N.Y. Apr. 26, 2012); William A. Gross Constr. Assocs., Inc. v. Am. Mfrs. Mut. Ins. Co., 256 F.R.D. 134 (S.D.N.Y. 2009) (keyword search); In re NTL, Inc. Sec. Litig., 244 F.R.D. 179 (S.D.N.Y. 2007) (possession, custody or control; spoliation & adverse inference instruction), aff'd, 2007 WL 1518632 (S.D.N.Y. May 17, 2007); Anti-Monopoly, Inc. v. Hasbro, Inc., 94 Civ. 2120, 1995 WL 649934 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 3, 1995).
In his spare time, Judge Peck is a member of the Baker Street Irregulars and other Sherlock Holmes societies. Judge Peck also has served as a member of the Board of Directors and as Executive Vice President of the Mystery Writers of America, Inc. ("MWA"), which awards the Edgar® Award each year for the best works in the mystery field, and currently is a member of the MWA New York Chapter Board of Directors.
Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Jacqui is a partner in Herbert Smith Freehills’ global disputes, and corporate crime & investigations group.
Jacqui acts for Australian and multi-national companies in their commercial disputes, and regulatory and internal investigations, with particular expertise around anti-bribery and corruption issues. Many of her matters have a multi-jurisdictional dimension. She has advised on issues arising in countries across Asia and Africa.
Her practice spans both advising on contentious matters, and drawing upon that experience to work with clients on strategies to mitigate legal risks. In the anti-bribery and corruption area, Jacqui works with clients developing compliance policies, training and programs. In doing so, Jacqui draws on her experience in dealing with Australian and US regulators, and working in both Europe and Australia. She has assisted companies in various sectors, from global multinationals to Australian companies expanding offshore.
Vice President, eDiscovery, Nuix
Angela Bunting is a highly skilled technologist and consultant who has worked with unstructured and structured data technologies for more than 18 years. She is one of Australia’s electronic discovery pioneers and has held technical and managerial roles at global law firm King Wood Mallesons and Law in Order, the country’s leading litigation support bureau. Angela is an active contributor to the Australian technology and eDiscovery communities, supporting programs such as Girl Geeks, Code Dojo and Women in eDiscovery.
Detective Sergeant, NSW Police
Catherine Betro is an experienced fraud investigator with over nine years experience conducting criminal investigations for the NSW Police, including the last four years spent conducting serious, high level and complex fraud matters with the NSW Police State Crime Fraud & Cybercrime Squad. Catherine is currently in a leadership and management role where she oversees a team of police.
Catherine is a designated Detective and holds various qualifications in criminal investigation and management. Catherine is a Certified Fraud Examiner and a member of ANZ Society of Evidence Based Policing.
During her career with the NSW Police Force, Catherine has led and assisted on various serious fraud investigations, including an international bribery investigation involving one of Australia’s largest financial company’s; an employee of a Superannuation Trustee firm who stole over four million from member accounts over an eight year period; a Sydney woman who scammed over $2.5 million from a number of men through a dating scam; and mortgage brokers who falsified documents to obtain loans to the value of over $2 million. Catherine has worked with many external agencies during investigations, both within Australia and internationally, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Catherine currently lives in Sydney, Australia.
CEO, Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, Former FCPA Violator & FBI/UK Cooperator
Richard Bistrong spent much of his career as an international sales executive and currently consults and speaks on foreign bribery, ethics and compliance issues from that front-line perspective. Richard was the Vice President of International Sales for a large, publicly traded manufacturer of police and military equipment, which included residing and working in the UK. In 2007, as part of a cooperation agreement with the United States Department of Justice and subsequent Immunity from Prosecution in the UK, Richard assisted the United States, UK, and other governments in their understanding of how FCPA, bribery and other export violations occurred and operated in international sales. In 2012, Richard was sentenced as part of his own Plea Agreement, and served fourteen-and-a-half months at a Federal Prison Camp, returning home in December 2013.
Richard now consults, writes and speaks about current front-line anti-bribery and compliance issues. Richard was named one of Ethisphere's 100 Most Influential in Business Ethics for 2015 and is a Contributing Editor of the FCPA Blog. Richard’s chapter “The Anatomy of a Bribe” appears in the 2016 edition of the Trace International How to Pay a Bribe. Richard was also recognized by JD Supra as Top Author in the 2016 Readers Choice Awards, for Compliance. Richard has also presented to the World Bank, the International Anti-Corruption Academy, as well as to multinationals and conferences on a global basis.
President, Consulting & Information Governance, TransPerfect Legal Solution
Dan Meyers is the President of TransPerfect Legal Solutions' Information Governance division. Dan advises clients on e-discovery best practices and motion practice, litigation readiness plans, defensible data disposition programs, and data privacy concerns, with a particular emphasis on cross-border data transfers. His clients range from financial institutions and multinational corporations to start-ups and small-to-medium businesses. Dan is certified as an E-Discovery Specialist (ACEDS) and an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
Prior to joining TLS, Dan was a Commercial Litigation Partner at an Am Law 100 law firm and the Founder and Chair of the firm's E-Discovery & Information Governance practice group. Dan's commercial litigation practice covered a wide range of complex business disputes before federal and state courts, including cross-border, corporate governance, bankruptcy, securities, breach of contract, and business tort cases.
Partner, Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, Ares Management
Anthony S. Dell is a Partner and Global Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, responsible for the all regulatory risk management and compliance functions across the global organization, including U.S. and Non-U.S. businesses. Mr. Dell is a member of the firm's Operating Management Group and Enterprise Risk Committee, and he serves as an independent advisor to the firm's Management Committee and Board. He is also the firm's Global Anti-Money Laundering Officer, Global Privacy Officer and Global Anti-Corruption Officer. Mr. Dell is the designated Chief Compliance Officer for various regulated entities within the Ares Management organization, including registered investment advisers, registered investment companies, and a broker-dealer. Anthony applies strategic business principles to design, build, and execute scalable, efficient, integrated risk-intelligent functions and programs that are "run like a business" to enhance enterprise value.
Before joining Ares in 2011, Mr. Dell served as Chief Compliance Officer of Russell Investments and prior to his tenure at Russell Investments, he served in various roles at Fidelity Investments, including legal, compliance, institutional relationship management, and product development.
Mr. Dell holds a B.A. in English and Philosophy from Boston College, a J.D. cum laude from Suffolk University School of Law, and an LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law from Boston University Law School. He is an attorney admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and holds Series 7, 24, 63, and 99 licenses. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the National Society of Compliance Professionals, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics, and the Open Compliance & Ethics Group Organization.
Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Asia Pacific Account Manager, kCura
To support the growing, global e-discovery community and client base, Abigail joined kCura in 2015 as an Account Manager for the Asia-Pacific region. Based out of Hong Kong, Abigail oversees business development and client relationships throughout the region. Before joining kCura, Abigail worked as an attorney in the pharmaceutical industry, managing a team of attorneys in commercial and clinical contracting and large-scale corporate transactions. Abigail holds a law degree from the University of South Dakota and is licensed to practice in South Dakota and Illinois.
Managing Director, Southeast Asia Investigations and Disputes, Kroll
Richard Dailly is a managing director in Kroll’s Investigations and Disputes practice, based in Singapore. He is the Investigations and Disputes team leader and responsible for high-level case management and business development across Southeast Asia, leading on client issues in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Australia. He joined Kroll’s London office in 2005, and in 2007 volunteered to establish and lead the company’s South Asia operations from Mumbai. He transferred to Singapore in early 2012 and has been at the forefront of Kroll’s growth in Southeast Asia developing clients in the region and expanding Kroll’s network and presence from Australia to Myanmar.
With 25 years of professional experience, Richard has managed numerous sophisticated risk mitigation projects, investigations, intelligence gathering and complex problem-solving assignments. He is an experienced interviewer and confident operating in challenging environments.
A decorated former British diplomat with experience in counterterrorism, Richard brings in-depth knowledge of operating in emerging and frontier markets in South and Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans. He has a deep understanding of investigative and intelligence gathering, assessment and analysis techniques in support of complex corporate investigations, political risk projects, litigation support and multijurisdictional cases.