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Anti-corruption, Compliance and Ethics for Energy Sector 2021

9-10 February 2021, Virtual Conference

In the global energy sector, the liability of companies depends on their level of compliance, transparency, and integrity. Strict regulations and legal, environmental and social compliance concerns are crucial parts of the energy sector’s agenda. Efficient management of compliance risks works as a change agent for accountability and creates business value. Therefore, energy companies need to formulate policies and embed ethical behaviour in their daily practices that guide business conduct.

Compliance and Ethics for Energy Industry conference welcome the decision-makers of legal, compliance, ethics, audit departments from leading Energy Utilities, Oil & Gas Operators, Energy Contractors, Nuclear, Sub-contractors & EPC service providers in an exclusive closed-group and business-friendly environment for peer-to-peer networking.

Participants will share best practices with their peers on compliance and due diligence programs and discuss corporate compliance strategies in today's’ digital and international climate. Decision-makers from top energy companies will discuss how to integrate new compliance management practises to their business by showing regard to social, environmental and financial considerations.

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Speaker panel includes experts from:

  • Uniper SE 
  • RWE Supply & Trading 
  • Statkraft
  • Veolia
  • Endesa S.A.
  • Centrica Trading

Topics to be addressed:

  • Compliance challenges, investigations and investigations by Authorities
  • Global changes in compliance management in the energy sector
  • How to design, implement and evaluate a successful compliance program
  • Energy sector’s reliance on Third parties and achieving compliance
  • Digitalization and technology in compliance management
  • Anticorruption programs and due diligence on Joint Ventures
  • Reducing risk in labour and environmental circumstances
  • Compliance as a change agent for accountability and business value
  • Energy sector’s reliance on 3rd parties and achieving compliance
  • Creating a Culture of Compliance within a global company
  • Regulations and establishing legal compliance in the energy sector
  • Whistleblowing in the energy sector and affected areas
  • Managing market compliance in supply chain

Target Market and Audience:

  • Power & Utility Operators
  • Oil & Gas Operators
  • Transmission & Distribution System Operators (TSOs & DSOs)
  • Energy Contractors
  • Sub-contractors
  • Nuclear Operators
  • EPC service providers
  • Trading & Power Exchange companies
  • Non-profit associations & regulatory bodies
  • Contract management software providers
  • Consultancies & Law firms

Who Should Attend:

General Counsels, Chief Legal Officers, Chief Compliance Officers, VPs, Directors, Heads, Managers, Advisors of:

  • Legal Affairs
  • Governance, Ethics & Compliance
  • Contracts
  • Trade compliance
  • Integrity
  • Privacy
  • Claims
  • Audit
  • Fraud
  • Anti-bribery
  • Risk management
  • Policy
  • Supply Chain Compliance
  • (Corporate/Senior) Legal Counsels
  • In-House Counsels
  • Lawyers
  • Attorneys
  • Solicitors
  • Paralegals
  • Company Legal Secretaries
  • External Legal Advisors
  • Workplace rights / Human Rights Policies

For any enquiries please contact:

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