Why Attend? 

Fresh Thinking with a Global Perspective

Yerra Conference APAC promises to help in-house leaders develop and implement practical solutions for persistent operational challenges.

In-house peers and prominent speakers will lead discussions on how to create an operational strategy that generates positive results. Join us at the historic Arts House at the National Museum of Singapore on Thursday, September 13.  There is no cost to attend, however seats are limited and attendance is restricted to people currently employed in-house.  

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APAC 2018 Speakers

2018 Agenda

8:30 – 9:00
Breakfast & Registration

9:00 – 9:15
Welcome & Introductions
Rajitha Boer | Founder & CEO, Yerra Solutions

9:15 – 10:05
Keynote Address: Making Dispute Resolution Work Better
V.K. Rajah | Former Attorney General and Judge of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Singapore

10:05 – 10:50
Navigating the Legal, Business and Cultural Differences Between Asia and Europe
Christian Greissinger | General Counsel Asia Pacific, Siemens

10:50 – 11:05
Networking Break

11:05 – 11:55
Achieving Maturity in Metrics and Sourcing
Jerome Raguin | Chief Growth and Strategy Officer, Yerra Solutions

11:55 – 12:55

Panel Discussion: Addressing Today’s Most Critical Risks

Monica Puri | General Counsel Global Supply Chain Management and Procurement, JLL

Shannon Quek | Legal Counsel, NTT Singapore

Mirko Consalacio | General Counsel Head for Standard and Quality Control, Credit Suisse



12:55 – 2:00
Networking Lunch

2:00 – 2:50
Enforcing Compliance Policies in Uncooperative Locales
General Counsel & Head of Compliance | International Power Company

 

2:50 – 3:40
In-house Legal Speaker, TBA

3:40 – 3:55
Networking Break

3:55 – 4:45
Strategic Vendor and Spend Management
Mirko Consalacio | General Counsel Head for Standard and Quality Control, Credit Suisse

4:45 – 5:00
Closing Discussion and Final Questions

5:00 – 6:30
Networking Cocktail Reception



Register to Attend

Registration is now open. There is no cost to attend Yerra Conference, however seats are limited and attendance is restricted to people currently employed in-house.