Enrique Yunis is the former president and CEO of CIMA Telecom, Inc. and ANEW Broadband, Inc., voice and data telecommunications operators in the United States. He also served as president of SOPHIA Communications, Inc. and was the chairman, president and CEO of Americatel Corp., a US subsidiary of ENTEL-Chile, S.A.


Prior to founding Americatel Corp in the United States, Yunis served as general manager of ENTEL-Chile INTERNACIONAL in Santiago. He developed the international expansion of ENTEL-Chile by establishing operations in 11 countries in the Latin American zone.  He also served on several Boards of Directors including, among others, ENTEL-Chile, S.A., de ARNET S.A. (Argentina), Americatel Corp. (USA), Americatel Colombia S.A., ENTEL México, S.A. de C.V., Zetacom de Centroamérica, Americatel Ecuador, and Cima Telecom de España.


As an officer of the Chilean Navy, he served as head of the Department of Naval Telecommunications and as General Director of the Telecommunications Service of the Navy. Yunis studied engineering at the Naval Polytechnic Academy and post-graduate studies in Systems Engineering at Marconi College, Essex, England. He also completed additional postgraduate courses at other institutes in the United States, Spain and Israel.

“Complying with multi-jurisdictional requirements that have significant implications for constitutional

and privacy rights remains among the primary concerns of global businesses and their executives."

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Wilfried Grommen serves as Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Chief Technology Officer for the Public Sector in EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa). He is a member of advisory committee of World Economic Forum's Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI)​. He is HP’s trusted advisor on key strategic public sector IT and transformation projects, primarily focusing on the European Union, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the United Nations. 


Prior to his current position, Grommen held executive-level technology positions with Microsoft Corporation and a division of IBM, IBM Global Services. Among his roles, he served as Microsoft’s regional technology officer for Central and Eastern Europe and was the lead public advocacy spokesperson for Microsoft’s technology strategies promoting technology development policies and overseeing the implementation process to assess the strategic use of technology by government and academia. Among his key accomplishments was the preservation of neutral local procurement regulations in all nations of Central and Eastern Europe and the launch of innovation projects with the Baltic government involving language technologies. He also spearheaded a public-private partnership with the Center of eGovernance Development in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Grommen has also served as auditor for a number of the EU- framework research programs, such as RACE, a specific program in the field of advanced communication experiments. 


Grommen received his master of engineering degree in electromechanics with specialization in microelectronics from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, as well as a degree in humanities (Latin-Greek) from Sint Jozefscollege Borgloon. 


​World Economic Forum (PACI)
http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_PACI_IU_Interim_Report_2017.pdf

​Sanford's Chapters: 
“Ataques  cibernéticos, privacidad y protección de datos"


​"Falsificación de productos"


"Leyes contra la corrupción y el lavado de dinero"


"Reglamentación de los riesgos relacionados con derechos humanos"


"Escándalos corporativos"

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​Sanford's Chapter: 
“Global Security: Ramifications of International Multi-jurisdictional Conflicts/ A Guide for CEO’s and Board of Directors on Multi-jurisdictional Legal Issues”

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PROLOGUE


ML Peck

Chief Content & Engagement Officer for Institute for Supply Management 


​"Cyber security is a place where women work well, and we can make a greater impact....women make up 10% of this workplace."

Co-author

Sanford was recently featured along with fourteen other female professionals in security 

who helped shape the face of technology and innovation



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Wilfried Grommen

Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Chief Technology Officer


​Bruce Zagaris

Law Partner with Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP


Bradley Holcomb

84th recipient of  ISM's J. Shipman Gold Medal Award

"Regulation of Human Rights-Related Risks"



ABOUT THE CO-AUTHORS

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ML Peck

Special contributions:

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Debbie Christofferson

Sanford's co-authors:














ABOUT THE BOOK












Enrique Yunis

(photo:center)

"BUSINESS ETHICS: A GUIDE TO SURVIVING STORMS, CHALLENGES, AND ETHICAL RISKS"

Editor / Lead-author

Wilfried Grommen

"WOMEN IN SECURITY CHANGING THE FACE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION"

Cristián Edwards

Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

Principal Financial Group


Enrique Yunis

Former chairman, president and CEO

Americatel Corporation

(subsidiary of  ENTEL-Chile, S.A)






Cristián Edwards serves as the chief legal counsel and chief compliance officer in Chile for a Fortune 500 company. Edwards has practiced in the financial services and financial regulation fields for more than 30 years, advising leading financial institutions on a wide range of regulatory, risk management and compliance issues. A significant part of his legal work has involved working closely with regulatory bodies and managing the legal and compliance departments of multinational conglomerates in Chile. He also served on several boards of directors for more than a decade, and serves on the advisory board of the International Institute of Management. Edwards is an active member, and previously served as Chairman, of the Insurance Companies Association’s legal committee, as well as the Mutual Funds Association and US Chilean Chamber of Commerce.


From counseling in cross-border mergers and acquisitions between multinationals in Latin America to developing compliance programs and corporate governance policies and procedures, Edwards has spearheaded several regulatory strategies to assure compliance with both domestic and global regulations that impact business operations.
 
Prior to joining Principal, Edwards served as in-house counsel two other financial conglomerates, “Grupo Cruz Blanca” and Empresas Interamericana (American International Group). He was also formerly a senior associate with the law Chilean firm of Grasty, Quintana & Majlis. Edwards earned his law degree from the Catholic University in Santiago, Chile, and received additional training in corporate governance, compliance and US regulations in both the United States and Chile.


International Institute of Management (think tank)

https://www.iim-edu.org/associates/cristianedwards/index.htm


​​Debbie Christofferson

Wilfried Grommen

Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Chief Technology Officer


​Bruce Zagaris

Law Partner with Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP


Bradley Holcomb

84th recipient of  ISM's J. Shipman Gold Medal Award

"Regulation of Human Rights-Related Risks"



ABOUT THE BOOK

Bradley J. Holcomb, CPSM, CPSD 

LEAD AUTHOR AND EDITOR


Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CISM

Member of the International Board  of Directors/ Distinguished Fellow for Information Systems Security Association (ISSA). Chair of CISO Advisory Council's board for the CISO Executive Forum. 

A Global Perspective

PROLOGUE


ML Peck

Chief Content & Engagement Officer for Institute for Supply Management

Adriana Sanford

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Bruce Zagaris

"ÉTICA EMPRESARIAL: UNA PERSPECTIVA GLOBAL"​​


Bruce Zagaris is a distinguished expert on international financial crime. He is a partner at the law firm of Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe, LLP. Since 1985, Zagaris has edited the International Enforcement Law Reporter, a respected monthly publication. He is also the author of “International White Collar Crime: Cases and Materials”.


Zagaris advises governments, entities and individuals on international business, especially regulatory and enforcement matters. Since 1981, he has served as a consultant, counsel and lobbyist for fourteen governments and the United Nations on issues involving tax enforcement, financial services, and international criminal law. Zagaris has advised and assisted with the negotiation of income tax, tax information exchange agreements, and bilateral investment treaties.


His practice also includes counseling on extradition and international evidence gathering cases, testifying as an expert in international criminal cases involving money laundering and tax crimes, and counseling of witnesses for grand jury investigations. In addition, Zagaris advises businesses on developing and implementing anti-money laundering due diligence plans. He has worked on numerous tax controversy matters, including representing individuals on voluntary disclosures, audits, and litigation, as well as consulting and serving as an expert witness in criminal trials for defendants and the U.S. government.


Zagaris also trains prosecutors, regulatory, and law enforcement officials on prosecuting money laundering and recovery of assets and participates in programs on the international tax and business aspects of transnational philanthropy. For six years, he taught international business criminal law as an Adjunct Professor at the Washington College of Law, American University in Washington, and at the Fordham University Law School in New York. Zagaris also worked as an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall College in Chicago and the University of Montana School of Law.


He currently serves on the advisory board of Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists and previously chaired the Immigration and Human Rights Committee of the International Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar Association. Zagaris received his B.A., J.D., and LL.M. (tax) from the National Law Center of the George Washington University, an LL.M. in comparative law from Stockholm University in Sweden, and a third LL.M. in international law from the Free University in Brussels. He is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and has a working knowledge of French.


Cambridge University Press

http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/law/criminal-law/international-white-collar-crime-cases-and-materials-2nd-edition?format=PB&isbn=9781107519725


International Enforcement Law Reporter 
www.ielr.com 

Adriana Sanford

The books were adopted by Institute for Supply Management® to commemorate their 100th anniversary. ​With over 50,000 members worldwide, ISM is one of the largest supply management associations in the world.



Sanford's co-authors:



Cristián Edwards

ABOUT THE BOOK



Bradley Holcomb is the 84th recipient of the J. Shipman Gold Medal Award. With a career spanning over 35 years and six companies, He was honored as a visionary leader, successful driver of change, and as a role model to supply management professionals.


Holcomb is chair of the ISM Manufacturing Business Survey Committee. In that role, he is responsible for compiling, writing, and releasing the ISM Manufacturing Report on Business®, based on the survey results of approximately 350 supply management professionals across eighteen industry sectors. The report is released on the first business day of each month and uses the PMI Index as its key measure. He has served on the board of directors of ISM’s CAPS Research and of the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council, and is past chairman of the Houston Minority Business Council.

Holcomb has held executive-level procurement and supply management positions at Dean Foods Company, Royal Group Technologies, Waste Management, American Precision Industries, and Praxair. Most recently, Holcomb was the senior vice president and chief procurement officer at Dean Foods, where he transformed and broadened the role of procurement and reduced costs to help fund innovation and growth. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering science and a master’s in industrial engineering from Arizona State University, and a master’s in chemical engineering from the University of Rochester. 

Institute for Supply Management® 

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ism-names-bradley-holcomb-2015-shipman-award-winner-300077636.html

​Sanford's Chapters: 
“Hack Attacks, Privacy, and Data Protection"


​"Sophisticated Product Counterfeiting"


"Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Laws"


"Regulation of Human Rights-Related Risks"


"Corporate Scandals and Whistleblowers"

Prologue

INSTITUTE FOR SUPPLY MANAGEMENT (ISM) book
Sanford is a lead author