In recent months, the sentencing of KBR employees signals just how serious the threat of prosecution and conviction is for breaching the FCPA. With the prison sentences ranging from 30 months to 21 months, the consequences of not complying with anti-bribery and corruption legislation is clear.
The 2nd Annual Oil & Gas Supply Chain Compliance conference aims to give attendees the tools prevent breaches, avoid prosecution and ultimately ensure ethical best practive accross the supply chain. Taking place on the 26th - 28th June 2012 in Houston, you'll hear from KBR themselves, as Julia Symon, Director of Compliance will presents about 'Assessing Actions and Breaches that Lead to Prosecution Under the FCPA' .
This invaluable insight will be provided as part of in in-depth two day forum for the industry which has a strong focus on inter-organisation best practice sharing for compliance in th the oil and gas supply chain.
Presenting alongside KBR at the meeting include compliance and legal experts from the following companies:
- Noble Energy Inc - Ensco- Parker Drilling Company- DHL Global Forwarding - BP - Dresser - Rand - Berkeley Research Group - Hercules Offshore, Inc - ENI S.p.A - Weatherford International -H2M Hill - Ethisphere Institute - Flowserve Corporation - Baker Hughes - tomfoxlaw.com - Miller & Chevalier - Amber Road
For more detailed information about the meeting, including detailed agenda, and full speaker faculty, you can download the brochure from the meeting website: www.oilandgas-compliance.com/download-brochure
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