Following the successful launch of our inaugural virtual Annual Compliance Conference in 2020, attracting close to 2,500 in-house senior legal and compliance professionals from across the world, we will return this year in a virtual format to deliver our cutting-edge insights and guidance on key global compliance issues, as businesses and enforcement agencies transition to a new post-pandemic global compliance and investigations landscape.

Held across five weeks from 6 September – 8 October 2021, we invite you to join our global experts and gain practical insights and analysis on significant developments across:

  • Anti-bribery & corruption
  • Antitrust
  • Customs and Brexit
  • Supply chain, product & ESG
  • Trade sanctions & export controls.

All sessions will be hosted live online with a chance for you to ask questions to our panels of experts. Our faculty of speakers will include 69 of our professionals from 23 offices from all four regions of our global team, as well as senior peers from our clients.  Click here to view the detailed agenda for the full weeks.

Click here to register your interest in joining us virtually at this must attend global compliance conference for senior in-house legal, compliance and international trade professionals.


Sunny Mann is a Partner and leads the EMEA and UK International Trade team, ranked Tier 1 by Legal 500. His practice includes a focus on national security, foreign investment, export controls and trade sanctions matters. He has worked on a number of foreign investment review cases, including obtaining clearance for a high profile acquisition triggering potential defence and national security concerns, one of the very few cases to go through a full UK statutory review. In the Legal 500, Sunny is ranked as a "Leading Practitioner".


Samantha Mobley is a partner in the EU, Competition & Trade Practice of Baker & McKenzie’s London office and a member of the London office Management Committee. She headed Baker McKenzie’s Global Antitrust and Competition Group, a team of over 300 competition and antitrust specialists worldwide for six years. Samantha has significant experience of advising on the implications of foreign direct investment rules for cross-border transactions. She has advised a number of companies on the implication of the reduced UK national security thresholds, as well as coordinating the global foreign investment review aspects of a proposed $12 billion joint venture between a FTSE100 company and a Fortune 500 corporate. Samantha is a Who’s Who Legal 2020 Leading Individual for Foreign Investment Review.