Dr. Claudia Winkler

 Dr. Claudia Winkler is an Austrian lawyer with over two decades of expertise spanning the legal, governmental, and academic sectors. As the Founder & CEO of Negotiation Academy LLC, she has dedicated the past 10 years to developing and delivering customized negotiation training sessions. Her approach emphasizes outcome-oriented, hands-on and creative processes tailored to the specific needs of participants.

Dr. Claudia holds an LL.M. from Harvard Law School, where she received extensive training with the renowned Harvard Negotiation Project. With her vast experience, she has personally assisted over 4,500 lawyers and business professionals in enhancing their negotiation skills and advancing their careers. Her online trainings cater to clients from 126 countries, while her in-person trainings are sought after by Tier 1 law firms and Fortune 500 companies across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, the United States, Latin America, Africa, and Australia.




Prof V Jesudevan

 Prof V Jesudevan is the CEO of TradeKins a global consultancy specialising in compliance training, capacity building, crisis management, and internal investigations. He has almost two decades of extensive legal and regulatory experience. He was previously a criminal prosecutor and a Deputy Senior State Counsel with the Singapore Attorney-General’s Chambers’ (the “AGC”) specialist financial crimes team where he led the prosecution of a wide range of financial crimes and counterproliferation initiatives.

Concurrently, he is an Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Management University, where he teaches ‘Compliance and Risk Management’ to both undergraduates and experienced industry professionals pursuing postgraduate programs, and International Anti-Corruption Law & Practice; courses which he personally designed.

As a prosecutor, Jesu had worked closely with several Singapore government agencies including the Singapore Commercial Affairs Department and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau to investigate, among others, complex fraud, export control violations, corruption, money-laundering, and securities related offences. Jesu also chaired AGC’s Innovation Network, which was tasked with creating a culture of innovation.

Notably, Jesu is a recognised specialist in the area of export controls and UN sanctions, with a special focus on Iran and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. He worked closely with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Trade & Industry, Singapore Customs, and the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore as well as foreign counterparts, when he advised on Singapore’s international obligations.

Given his expertise, Jesu is an internationally sought after thought leader in the field of compliance, and financial crimes and has presented at numerous conferences and seminars on these subjects. Recently, he was recognized as an Expert by the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA), Expertise France, and serves as Singapore’s representative (nominated by the Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs) to the EUP2P’s working group in connection to a global publication on dual-use goods trade controls.

Jesu previously worked in one of Singapore’s largest law firm where he specialised in complex dispute resolution and arbitration. Prior to joining the AGC, he served as a District Court Judge.
A Fulbright Scholar, Jesu holds a Master of Laws from New York University, where he focused on compliance and risk management. Jesu was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 2005.