ETHIC Intelligence 4th Annual International Conference at OECD on 9 September 2019 – Jean-Daniel Lainé invited as Guest Speaker

By | June 17, 2019

ETHIC Intelligence organizes its fourth international conference on “Standards and Guidelines in Anti-Corruption Compliance” on Monday 9th September 2019 at the OECD Conference Center.


Panel of key Anti-Corruption Compliance industry experts includes:

  • Nicola Bonucci, Head of Legal Affairs, OECD

  • Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, Managing Partner, Cohen-Tanugi Avocats, and former FCPA and World Bank Independent Monitor, Paris

  • Lisa Miller, Vice Presidency, Integrity Department, World Bank, Washington, DC

  • Sandrine Hannedouche-Leric, Senior Policy Analyst, Anti-Corruption Division, OECD

  • Charles Duchaine, General Manager, French Anti-Corruption Agency, Paris

  • Robertson Park, Shareholder, Murphy & McGonigle and former US DoJ prosecutor, Washington

  • Judd Hesselroth, Anti-Corruption Program Director, Office of Legal Compliance, Microsoft, Redmond, USA

  • Rauno Hoffmann, Head of Integrity & Compliance Policy, Novartis, Basel

  • Xavier Hubert, Compliance and Data Privacy Officer, Engie, Paris

  • Dato’ Rohaizad Yaakod, Chief Integrity Officer, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • Jérome Lefebvre, COO, Stratumn, Paris

  • Olivier Depierre, Attorney-at-law, DLT Law, Geneva, Switzerland

  • Lavinia Miciecki, Compliance Officer, Swiss Re, Zurich, Switzerland

  • Jean-Daniel Lainé, Consultant and founder of jdl.ethiconsult, former Alstom CCO, Paris


MODERATOR: Philippe Montigny, Chair, ETHIC Intelligence Certification Committee, Paris

GUEST SPEAKER: Jean-Daniel Lainé, Consultant and founder of jdl.ethiconsult, former Alstom Chief Compliance Officer, Paris

Jean-Daniel Lainé was Chief Compliance Officer at Alstom from 2006 to 2013 during a time when Alstom was under investigation by several jurisdictions. He revised and improved the Alstom anti-corruption program to meet international standards which included an ETHIC Intelligence anti-corruption compliance certification in 2009. The certification was considered in the Swiss court’s order to dismiss. Following his retirement, Jean-Daniel was interviewed in 2014 and prosecuted in 2015 by the UK Serious Fraud Office for conspiracy to corrupt in connection with an allegation of corruption related to the Budapest Metro Project awarded to Alstom in 2006, the year Jean-Daniel was appointed Chief Compliance Officer. After 7 years of investigation and two trials, Jean-Daniel was acquitted in November 2018 at the unanimity of the 12 members of the jury.  Consequently Alstom was also acquitted, as Jean-Daniel was considered by the SFO as the direct mind of the Company.

Jean-Daniel will share his experience as Chief Compliance Officer and as indicted person raising the issue of compliance officer liability.