There has been a significant increase in criminal law risks associated with the activities of joint ventures. The most significant among these are bribery, tax evasion, international sanctions and money laundering.
This module identifies best practice procedures to mitigate corruption and financial crime that can increasingly occur when joint ventures deliver complex global mega infrastructure projects.
Head of Legal, Cairn Energy plc
While conducting business through a JV spreads financial risk, unless carefully managed a JV can increase compliance risks. Before proceeding with a JV, anti-bribery and compliance due diligence is a significant risk management focus for Cairn Energy
Greater oversight of a JV's operations will come through the use of cloud based technology and reporting but this itself will create compliance challenges due to increasingly onerous data protection laws
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