The compliance officer at Swiss Re Management in Zurich speaks to GIR about being a US-trained lawyer in Switzerland and how the company has responded to the #MeToo movement.
The senior counsel in Nokia's business integrity group in India tells GIR of his experiences as an in-house practitioner in the country.
The head of UK litigation at GSK tells GIR of his concerns about the debate around privilege waivers in the context of cooperation, and about the company’s approach to internal investigations.
The head of investigations at Tullow Oil speaks to GIR about her time at the Met Police, her experience investigating an individual who had fraudulently moved millions from a client account, and why she supports Wigan Athletic football club.
The deputy general counsel at Andeavor in Texas tells GIR of his love of football and support for London club Tottenham Hotspur, his experience in private practice, and his pro bono work for New York City families that lost loved ones in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The investigation specialist at UBS group investigations speaks to GIR about challenging situations during interviews, changes to legal privilege in the country, as well as his experience as a part-time prosecutor in military courts.
The GC at Rolls-Royce in London shares her advice for external investigations professionals looking to work with the company: “Be ready to have fun, not take yourselves too seriously and not be the kind of people that I want to kill at 3am when we have to pull an all-nighter”.
The VP, legal and chief compliance & ethics officer at Oracle in California, speaks to GIR about why he moved in-house and the US authorities’ expectations of corporate compliance programmes.
The VP – legal and CCO at KBR in Arlington speaks to GIR about overseeing KBR’s monitorship, living in Amsterdam for a year, and the difficulties in responding to government investigations triggered by media coverage.
The “second-generation compliance lawyer” and head of litigation, investigations and regulatory affairs at Airbus Group in France shares his advice for external counsel: “If you are unable to make courageous decisions and stand with us, side-by-side, keep moving.”
The chief integrity officer at ABB in Switzerland tells GIR about how she got her start in the investigations world and explains how the company uses data analytics to streamline investigations and cut costs.
Having recently joined Schneider Electric in Singapore, Mark Gough tells GIR of his time spent at the Australian equivalent of MI5, his experience in Siemens’ newly created compliance team after the company’s 2008 bribery resolutions, and more.
The senior vice president, chief risk & compliance officer at MTS Systems in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, speaks to GIR about her career progression and how the implementation of GDPR has changed her role.
The Head of group ethics and integrity in London tells GIR of the time he found himself interviewing a subject with the sound of militia machine gun fire ringing in his ears.
The legal director, legal operations Americas for TechnipFMC speaks to GIR about starting his in-house career, his experience working at the company while it was under a DOJ monitorship, and how cross-border investigations affect his day-to-day role.
Welcome to GIR’s second edition of Inside In-house: a special survey profiling 15 individuals working at some of the biggest companies across the globe, in recognition of their efforts to create and promote ethical corporate practice.