Executive Briefings

High Risk, High Reward: Develop World Class Compliance for Competitive Advantage

Most companies in the Middle East oil and gas market appreciate they are operating in a high risk, high-reward environment.

Those who want to grow, compete on a global stage, and protect shareholder value are increasingly becoming aware that they need to raise the profile of compliance to achieve business goals. However, with so many region-specific challenges to overcome, compliance managers face a real challenge to achieve the impact they need to turn compliance into a competitive advantage. 

No two countries are the same, meaning global best practice needs to be customised for a regional context; compliance is in its infancy in the region, so a culture needs to be established, and evolving regional and global regulations and enforcement trends mean everyone need a finger on the pulse. 

This forum is designed to develop a roadmap to practical compliance success, and to provide access a ready-made network of compliance connections actively trying to make it work in practice. Having developed thriving compliance communities in the US and Europe, we’ve helped hundreds of companies become more competitive, we can’t wait to see a similar impact in the Middle East.

Attend to find out how you can:

  • Identify the tools and strategies you need for implementing and administering a successful programme with insight from PDO
  • Ensure you stay competitive when operating within sanctions and export controls rules with 

industry best practice

  • Build an understanding of Quasi-Government compliance to allow your success in the region 

based on expectations from Saudi Aramco, PDO and ENOC

  • Mitigate risk and minimise costs by determining the optimal resources required for your 

Compliance team with insight from Dragon Oil

For the full line up of expert speakers and their talks, visit the event website: http://sccompliance-middleeast.com/

 

 

Most companies in the Middle East oil and gas market appreciate they are operating in a high risk, high-reward environment.

Those who want to grow, compete on a global stage, and protect shareholder value are increasingly becoming aware that they need to raise the profile of compliance to achieve business goals. However, with so many region-specific challenges to overcome, compliance managers face a real challenge to achieve the impact they need to turn compliance into a competitive advantage. 

No two countries are the same, meaning global best practice needs to be customised for a regional context; compliance is in its infancy in the region, so a culture needs to be established, and evolving regional and global regulations and enforcement trends mean everyone need a finger on the pulse. 

This forum is designed to develop a roadmap to practical compliance success, and to provide access a ready-made network of compliance connections actively trying to make it work in practice. Having developed thriving compliance communities in the US and Europe, we’ve helped hundreds of companies become more competitive, we can’t wait to see a similar impact in the Middle East.

Attend to find out how you can:

  • Identify the tools and strategies you need for implementing and administering a successful programme with insight from PDO
  • Ensure you stay competitive when operating within sanctions and export controls rules with 

industry best practice

  • Build an understanding of Quasi-Government compliance to allow your success in the region 

based on expectations from Saudi Aramco, PDO and ENOC

  • Mitigate risk and minimise costs by determining the optimal resources required for your 

Compliance team with insight from Dragon Oil

For the full line up of expert speakers and their talks, visit the event website: http://sccompliance-middleeast.com/