Glenn T. Ware, Esq. is a Principal with PricewaterhouseCoopers and leads the Anti-corruption and Corporate Intelligence Practice Groups. Glenn focuses his practice on assisting the private sector build industry leading borderless compliance organizations, responding to compliance events and ensuring that companies transnational operations, mergers, partnerships and ventures are high performing, with minimal risks.  Glenn has lived and worked extensively overseas in the Middle East, Europe and Latin America assisting private and public sector clients navigate the complex business, ethics and legal challenges in emerging and post conflict markets. He was the former Chief Investigative Counselor to the President of the World Bank.   

Mr. Ware also has deep experience in international and national security matters following 25 years of military experience (active and reserve).  He holds the rank of Captain, United States Navy.  Within PwC's National Security Practice, he has worked for various government agencies providing National Security advisory assistance. 

Glenn Ware
Principal, Leader Anti-Corruption Practice
PwC LLP

Today's global regulatory and fast-paced business environments transcend geographical and institutional borders and present new compliance challenges for companies seeking sustainable growth in unfamiliar regions and new markets. To overcome these challenges and take advantage of new opportunities, your company needs a borderless compliance strategy - a corporate compliance strategy that applies to the most stringent applicable standards and is well integrated into a company's global business operations - to be able to successfully anticipate and proactively manage compliance risk, regardless of location or jurisdiction. Integrating the concept of borderless compliance into your company's operations and growth plan can allow the business to reach its growth potential while mitigating the risks that these compliance challenges present.

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Borderless Compliance:

A Chief Compliance Officer-centric Approach to Managing Corporate Compliance Programs

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Worth MacMurray, Esq.
Director, Forensic Services Practice
PwC LLP

Roberto Berry
General Counsel Latin America
Global Compliance and Training
Delphi

Worth MacMurray is a Director in PwC's Anti-corruption and Threat Management Group. An experienced general counsel for publicly-traded companies and a public agency - approved compliance officer, he concentrates on effective anti-corruption compliance programs and corporate intelligence.

Mr. MacMurray has an extensive corporate executive background in the technology, infrastructure, telecommunications and government contract sectors - where his work involved handling complex investigations, dispute resolution, merger & acquisition, and operational responsibilities. He was approved by the SEC and by the US Army Suspension and Debarment Office as compliance officer, to assist with compliance program implementation under monitor or agency supervision for separate companies facing regulatory investigations.

Roberto Berry was born and raised in Mexico City.   He left Mexico at 17 to study Philosophy at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Later, he received his law degree from the University of California at Davis, emphasizing in private international law, comparative law, and constitutional law.  After graduation, Roberto clerked for two years in the United States Courts of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit.  

Roberto began private practice at Ater Wynne LLC in Portland, Oregon.  He specialized in corporate and business work, with an emphasis on international transactions.  Roberto joined Delphi in 1999 to become its first General Counsel for Mexico, and in 2001 was named General Counsel for Latin America. He lived in Brazil from 2009-2011, and now lives in Troy.  He remains General Counsel for Latin America, but is now also in charge of Global Compliance and Training.

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