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         Module 1: Thursday & Friday, October 24 & 25, 2019 * 9:00am to 5:00pm
                            MARRIOTT GRAND BALLROOM, RESORTS WORLD COMPLEX, PASAY CITY

         Module 2: Wednesday & Thursday, November 6 & 7, 2019 * 9:00am to 5:00pm
                            MARRIOTT GRAND BALLROOM, RESORTS WORLD COMPLEX, PASAY CITY


Build your career with the growing demand for skilled compliance officers! Section 24 of the Revised Corporation Code that took effect on February 23, 2019 mandates corporation vested with public interest to elect a compliance officer. This role must be separate from a corporate secretary. Furthermore, you can level up for a career promotion to have a rank of senior vice president in an organization based on Section 1.6 of the Code of Corporate Governance for Publicly-Listed Corporations.


This two-day training is to equip compliance officers with the necessary knowledge and skills to cope and succeed in addressing the stricter regulatory environment now being faced by all organizations. Enroll and be the first in this pioneering batch of Certified Compliance Officers!

 Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required
   Get as much as 10% discount
when you prepay on or before Oct. 14 and register as a group of 3 or more!


   Contact Person: Kyra Villanueva
   Manila lines (+632) 556-8968 or 69
 Manila Telefax (+632) 842-7148 or 59
    Email: kyra.cgbp@yahoo.com
    Check: www.cgbp.org    ____________________________
   Training Investment is
P22,580 per module

   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance

Course Director & Lecturer:
ATTY. DANNY ESPEJO BUNYI
- is a Certified Compliance Officer which he obtained certification from the American Academy of Financial Management. He is a senior partner at Divina Law. His expertise include Corporate, Banking and Finance, Insurance, Trust, and Special Projects with emphasis on regulatory compliance (AMLC, SEC, IC, etc), corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate housekeeping, financing documentation, cross-border transactions, and trust operations & investments. His previous positions include having been a senior vice president at the Development Bank of the Philippines and corporate secretary in charge of compliance, first vice president and chief compliance officer at Robinsons Bank, and first vice president and head of the Legal Services Group of Robinsons Savings Bank.

ATTY. JUSTINA F. CALLANGAN - she recently finished her term as Director of Corporate Governance and Finance Department of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Her responsibilities included supervision of all Philippine corporations to ensure all organizations registered with the SEC abide by its governing laws, its rules and regulations and corporate governance compliance.

Who Should Attend:

   • Compliance officers and
     those who wants to be
     certified compliance officers

   • Anyone who is in-charge
     of compliance for their
     organization

   • Compliance in-charge of law,
     accounting and consulting
     firms

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This program is open to the
General Public



CERTIFICATION COURSE FOR COMPLIANCE OFFICERS

         Module 1: Thursday & Friday, October 24 & 25, 2019 * 9:00am to 5:00pm
                          MARRIOTT GRAND BALLROOM, RESORTS WORLD COMPLEX, PASAY CITY

         Module 2: Wednesday & Thursday, November 6 & 7, 2019 * 9:00am to 5:00pm
                          MARRIOTT GRAND BALLROOM, RESORTS WORLD COMPLEX, PASAY CITY


COURSE OUTLINE


Module 1 of 2 - Day One

      A. Introduction and Understanding Compliance
            • What is corporate compliance?
            • What are the benefits of its introduction?
            • Who is responsible for managing it?
            • Location of the compliance function
            • Integration or independence of compliance function?
            • Characteristics of an effective compliance officer
            • The basic duties and responsibilities of a Compliance Officer
            • Consequences of Non-compliance and its Ramification
            • Sanctions
                - Administrative
                - Civil
                - Criminal


      The Regulatory Environment And The Role Of the SEC
            • What are the regulatory drivers?
            • Legal basis for the requirement of a Compliance Officer (CO)
            • Express duties or obligations of a CO
            • Review of a variety of compliance obligations and due diligence of various types of SEC-registered entities
                - Under the RCCP
                - Accounting/ Auditing Standards
                  All SEC-registered entities
                - Under the Codes of Corporate Governance
                  Registered issuers (SEC MC No. 6, S. of 2009/SEC MC No. 9, S. of 2014 Publicly-listed companies
                  (PLCs) (SEC MC No. 19, S. of 2016
                     Financing Companies (SEC MC No. 5, S. of 2010)
                     Lending Companies
                - Under the Securities Regulation Code and its 2015 IRR
                  Registered Issuers, their directors and officers
                  Listed Companies, their directors and officers
                  Market Participants
                  Beneficial owners of securities

Module 1 of 2 - Day Two

      B. Developing A Corporate Compliance Programme
            • An optimal compliance architecture
            • Fostering a culture of accountability
            • Business Ethics and Code of conduct – Policies and procedures
            • Best practices & principles on Monitoring and Auditing
            • Business Ethics vs. Code of Conduct
            • Ethics and corporate accountability: Sarbanes- Oxley
            • Benefits of a commitment to sound business ethics
            • Case studies of good and poor governance (maybe 2 cases for each)



Module 2 of 2 - Day One

      C. Compliance and Business Ethics
            • What is Ethics?
            • Ethics and corporate accountability: Sarbanes- Oxley
            • Benefits of a commitment to sound business ethics
            • Corporate ethics guidelines
            • Case studies of good and poor governance (maybe 2 cases for each)
            • International responses to the problems of money laundering economic crime, cyber-sabotage and terrorism

      D. Compliance and the Role of Corporate Governance
            • What is governance?
            • The corporate constitution and governance structures
                - The Role of the Board: Fiduciary Responsibility
                - Duties and Responsibilities of the Board as a body
                - The Role of Non-Executive Directors including Independent Directors
                - Management Function
                - The Board Committees
            • Protection of stakeholder interests
            • Disclosure versus Confidentiality

Module 2 of 2 - Day Two

            • SEC Most Recent Issuances on Corporate Governance
                Related Party Transactions
                (EESG) Sustainability Guidelines
            • Various SEC Compliance Forms
            • Compilation of Material Findings on Companies’ 2015 and 2016 AFS


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TRAINING FEE PER PERSON PER MODULE: P22,580 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)

GET AS MUCH AS 15% DISCOUNT! AVAIL OF ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

Less 5% for early registrants (registration submitted 30 days before the scheduled seminar)
Less 5% for early payment (payments made 10 days before the scheduled seminar)
Less 5% for group registration minimum of 3 participants or for 1 participant attending both modules and
                  paying at the same time

REGISTER NOW
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