Network facilitators

  • Hanne Corneliussen, Chief Compliance Officer, Gjensidige Group

  • Anne Helsingeng, Lawyer and Partner, Bull & Co Advokatfirma AS


Norwegian companies are increasingly met by new regulations that challenge the current compliance processes and places greater demands on risk management. The Data Protection Regulation, export sanctions, corruption and supervision of cartels are some areas among others, which are increasingly important for the risk profile and compliance work in the companies and impose new conditions to the control requirements and transparency. 


Theory meets practice

JUC is now offering a network for specialists facilitated and led by, Kersi Porbunderwalla from Copenhagen Compliance and Hanne Corneliusssen from Gjensidigeconcernet, who will set the framework for professional content and provide an insight to important trends and inspiring cases of importance for the future risk profile and compliance function. In this network, you will also be introduced to the internationally recognized GRC framework, which gives you a value-added method of determining and evaluating strategic focus areas supported by effective risk management.

The goal is to sharpen your skills so that you are better equipped to assess risks, priority areas, improve scrutiny, conduct efficient control and develop clearer communication forms in your risk and compliance work. Risk Management and Compliance Officers from leading Norwegian companies will share their experiences on how they have created synergy between risk and compliance, and give you an insight into how it has impacted their businesses.

Examples of topics to be discussed:

  • Supplier Monitoring
  • Corporate penalties
  • Governance and Tone at the top: The management’s and the Board’s responsibility in the identification of
  • priorities
  • Ethics, culture and value-based leadership, code of conduct
  • Anti-corruption, fraud, bribery and zero tolerance
  • Anti-competitive agreements and competition law
  • Risk assessment & ERM
  • IT and cyber security: threats and trends - regtech
  • Global due diligence – supply chain management and screening / training of partners
  • Export Control, competition law
  • GDPR- a year after
  • Personal liability: Focus and effort to gain control,
  • Internal investigations and internal control: effective monitoring and reporting 
  • Whistleblower reporting systems
  • Monitoring, auditing, reporting and certification
  • Taxation, regulation and compliance
  • Crisis management: Prevention of brand damage


The network’s aim is to create a forum that can provide discussions on relevant topics at a high theoretical and practical level, illuminate issues related to governance, risk management and compliance, let you exchange experiences, develop new knowledge and generally give you the opportunity to establish and build business relationsships with people, who work extensively within the area.


Your profile

The network is restricted to managers, consultants and experts working with governance, compliance and/or risk management at both strategic and operational level (Internal audit, security, It- security, compliance, risk, investigations, fraud, financial control, data protection, legal, it governance and ethics). It is possible to join the network when seats are available either from the start of the network or during the year. Your seat in the network is personal, so participants get the most out of the relationships that are built.






Stortingsgaten 20, 0161 Oslo


Day 1

Wednesday 13th of February 2019
1:30pm - 6:00pm

Day 2

Thursday 9th of April 2019
1:30pm - 6:00pm

Day 3

Wednesday 21st of August 2019
1:30pm - 6:00pm

Day 4

Wednesday 16th of October 2019
1:30pm - 6:00pm



22 950