Due to their global reach, Canadian mining companies can be susceptible to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations. The risk of a regulatory probe has never been greater, particularly since the mining industry is experiencing a period of merger and acquisition activity, and continues to pursue opportunities to enter joint venture or new emerging markets.
On September 15, 2009 our Mining Executive Breakfast Series held part two of its session on the FCPA. This event showed attendees how to prepare for an investigation - whether due to an FCPA violation or a request to provide information when discussing new business ventures with partners or other third parties.
During the presentation, our panel of seasoned professionals:
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