Everyday Choice , Lasting Impact

e& Annual
Compliance Day

Celebrating international Anti corruption day

Wed 6th



Webinar and Live Event
Level 5 | Al kifaf | Dubai


Making good

The e& Annual Compliance Day to mark International Anti-Corruption Day brings together compliance stakeholders and e& employees from across the business to listen and interact with industry leading experts on compliance, ethics and legal topics. In its sixth year, the event has featured renowned industry figures such as Michaela Ahlberg (former CCO of Telia), Shahzad Khan (Head of Ethics and Compliance, Mubadala Group) in 2021 and in 2022, Kristy Grant-Hart (Founder, Spark Compliance) and Christian Hunt (Founder, Human Risk), sharing their compliance experiences with our UAE employees and Compliance Partners. This year’s theme is how to build an ethical corporate culture that empowers our people to navigate tough decisions and make the right choices daily. Reinforcing the concept that ethical behaviour and ethical decision making is an active choice, not reserved for rare situations, but is a daily commitment with potentially long-term consequences.

Key goals and

The Annual Compliance Day event aligns with our mission statement, Making Good Possible, and the four strategic pillars: engaging employees, fostering a culture of accountability, pro-active risk management and creating a clear and consistent policy landscape. The event has been designed to build engagement among employees, encouraging them to actively participate and contribute to the company’s compliance culture, and creating a positive impact on the growth and success of e&. It also provides a platform to present and discuss potential risks and offer preventative measures to ensure e&’s strength and safety continue. The activities throughout the day will promote the culture of accountability by emphasising the importance of individual responsibility and ethical conduct centered around honesty, fairness, and transparency. To make the right choices, even when no one is watching. Finally, it will expand our reach to the business and enable us to proactively interact with e&’s employees to help them understand and familiarise themselves with new and existing policies and initiatives.


Our Speakers

Warwick Carruthers

Warwick Carruthers is Head of Trust & Compliance at Vodafone Group  where he is responsible for its ethics and compliance programme. Warwick’s core skillset is designing, implementing and monitoring E&C frameworks across global businesses. This means creating and bringing to life: Global compliance communities, policies, controls, learning programmes, cultural transformations, governance programmes, assurance strategies and reporting programmes.All of these framework elements are underpinned by technology, so he has significant experience in policy tools, GRC tools and e-learning production including Global roll out programmes. As a leader with over a decade of experience embedding Ethics & Compliance (E&C) culture, process, and policy within global businesses, he is passionate about what he does because he believe that businesses can be successful whilst also making the world a better place, improving the lives of their customers, employees, communities and the environment.

Emeka Obiora

Emeka Obiora is the Vice President, Ethics and Compliance for NMC Healthcare Group, where he is responsible for its ethics and compliance programme and compliance management system. Before joining NMC, Emeka was responsible for ethics and compliance and data privacy at Etihad Aviation Group for almost 14 years. During that time, he implemented a robust compliance programme with a strong focus on ethics, ethical leadership, and accountability. He also established and led Etihad’s global privacy programme.Emeka is passionate about building strong ethical cultures and works collaboratively with internal stakeholders to achieve this. Before Etihad, Emeka worked in the UK in Internal Audit and various commercial roles at Virgin Atlantic, Kuoni Travel, and Cosmosair plc. Emeka is also a qualified barrister, having practiced at the Nigeran Bar.