Keeping Competition Law Compliance Fresh in a VUCA World

Julia Kelley, Vice President, Legal & Compliance, AB Volvo Penta
Ian Rose, VP Compliance, Volvo Trucks

Executives frequently use the military acronym VUCA – Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity – to describe the world in which they operate. In this article, we look at some ways to ensure that the Competition Law Compliance programme is relevant to, and implementable by, executives working in a VUCA world, and therefore effective as required by the authorities.

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Sweden Competition Automotive June 2024 Vol.17, No. 67, Spring 2024

Julia Kelley

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Julia Kelley is a US and EU corporate generalist and Vice President of Legal and Compliance at AB Volvo Penta. Julia brings a unique blend of legal and business advice across commercial disputes, M&A, labor and employment, product supply chain, corporate governance and ESG, contract negotiations, and business expansion. Her legal career includes global Fortune 500 (Volvo Group) and Am Law 100 (Jackson Lewis).

Ian Rose

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Ian Rose is a Solicitor (England & Wales) and Vice President, Compliance, at Volvo Trucks, based in Gothenburg, covering competition law, anti-corruption, data protection and sanctions compliance worldwide. Ian has been a Trustee of the Institute of Business Ethics, and he is currently a Trustee of Europe’s largest dog welfare charity, Dogs Trust.

Volvo Trucks

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Volvo Trucks is part of the Volvo Group and is the one of the largest medium to heavy-duty truck brands in the world, making vehicles that are sold and serviced in more than 130 countries, supported by over 2,100 dealerships and workshops.

AB Volvo Penta

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AB Volvo Penta is a world-leading supplier of power solutions for marine and industrial applications made to move people, business, and society.

Sweden Competition Automotive June 2024 Vol.17, No. 67, Spring 2024