He has over 15 years' experience in all aspects of corporate compliance and enforcement, including compliance program design, roll-out and effectiveness review. His experience extends to dealing with highly sensitive matters concerning anti-bribery and corruption, competition, export control and economic sanctions, anti-money laundering, and data protection and cyber security. He has led sensitive cross-border investigations, including in high risk markets involving multiple enforcement authorities, international coordination of local counsel, reputation damage control, and market disclosures.
"I believe the IFFC's Compliance Chamber is a unique venue. The Chamber facilitates an exceptional combination of minds and puts into play a rich, accumulated experience, in order to make a difference. I am looking forward to continuing working with all the Chamber's members, to further promote the necessary dialog between international organisations, regulators and enforcement authorities ‒ with the aim of achieving better alignment between all relevant market players."
Sharon succeeds Gert Demmink, currently the Head of Enforcement at Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates, who served as the Chairman of the Compliance Chamber since its establishment about two years ago. The IFFC is grateful to Gert Demmink for his immense contribution to the IFFC and congratulates Sharon Oded for taking up this challenge. The IFFC has no doubt that with Sharon's prominent position within the global corporate compliance and enforcement world, under his leadership the Compliance Chamber will continue flourishing and promoting the compliance dialog between relevant stakeholders.
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About the IFFC Compliance Chamber
The IFFC's Compliance Chamber focuses on facilitating information-sharing and discussion among compliance and enforcement professionals, with the aim of exploring current compliance challenges and identifying practical ways to deal with them in a socially desirable way.