December 2021

Download Recording

Frederick Ratliff
Managing Counsel – Anticorruption
Shell

Marianne Ibrahim
Executive Counsel & Global Compliance Director
Baker Hughes

Kara Brockmeyer
Partner
Debevoise & Plimpton

It is no secret that the complex relationships energy companies have with third parties worldwide make compliance with anti-bribery and other anti-corruption regulations financially risky and very challenging. Energy companies often contract with third parties to operate on their behalf in emerging markets, and these organizations drive up risk because employees are considered foreign officials for the purposes of bribery and corruption regulations.

Whether vetting potential customers, partners, third-party suppliers, or contractors, companies in the energy industry must establish a robust due diligence process to mitigate risk.

Join us as our faculty of experts discuss best practices for uncovering and preventing FCPA violations in the energy industry, such as:

  • Closely monitoring third-party relationships
  • Maintaining an auditable trail to confirm that you have a sufficient due diligence and compliance process in place – and that it is being used properly
  • Implementing internal controls and governance structures that make recognizing and reporting corrupt practices straightforward
  • Utilizing data analytics to spot irregular data patterns and situational anomalies that could be a sign of fraud or corruption at work

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