Sapin II, the new French anti-corruption law, has been in effect for nearly a year now. The new law required companies with operations in France to implement compliance programs, created a new French anti-bribery agency, and created a judicial agreement similar in structure to the U.S. deferred prosecution agreement (“DPA”).

In a recent webcast with Securities Docket, Xavier Oustalniol of StoneTurn, Daniel Kadar of Reed Smith and Dominique Laymand of Ipsen provided an update on how these changes in French law are impacting companies and whistleblowers.

Topics covered during the discussion include:

  • A Look at the Anti-Corruption Landscape
  • How are Affected Companies Handling the New Compliance Rules?
  • Quantifying the Anticipated Impact of the Law in Years to Come

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Xavier Oustalniol

Xavier Oustalniol

Xavier Oustalniol is a Partner with StoneTurn in San Francisco. He focuses on complex forensic accounting issues, fraud investigations and prevention, and anti-corruption matters, and provides consulting services regarding damages […]