Head of Investigations, Amsterdam
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Sharon Oded is a regulatory, compliance and investigations partner. Sharon divides his time between our global offices, serving a global client base.
Sharon's practice focuses on helping multinational corporations and financial institutions to mitigate their regulatory compliance risks and to respond to corporate incidents and crises. He advises corporations, board members and senior executives on cross-border investigations, criminal defence, regulatory compliance and related civil litigation. He is experienced in dealing with highly sensitive, multi-jurisdictional investigative matters concerning: anti-bribery and corruption; fraud; cartels and antitrust; export control; economic sanctions; and anti-money laundering. Sharon supports clients across all major sectors with global compliance risk assessments, the enhancement of global corporate compliance programmes, responding to whistleblowing reports and due diligence reviews for mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures.
Sharon is a corporate compliance and enforcement professor at the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics, Rotterdam. He was formerly a research fellow at the Center for Law, Business and the Economy at the University of California, Berkeley. Sharon is also the Chairman of the Compliance Chamber, Institute for Financial Crime (IFFC), a member of the Advisory Committee to the OECD on Non-Trial Resolutions of Foreign Corruption Cases, and a steering committee member of the Cambridge Forum: The Global Compliance Officers' Forum.
- Attorney at law, qualified in Israel
- Trumping Recidivism: Assessing the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy, 118(6) Columbia Law Review Online, 2018, 135-152
- Anti-Bribery Due Diligence in M&A Transactions: Have you Got it Covered?, 6(7) International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research, 2018, 1-6
- Yates Memo - Time for Reassessment?, Compliance and Enforcement Blog, New York University School of Law Blog, May 2017
- Liability of Legal Persons for Foreign Corruption, OECD Public Consultation on Liability of Legal Persons, November 2016
- Coughing Up Executives or Rolling the Dice? Individual Accountability for Corporate Corruption, 35(1) Yale Law and Policy Review, 2016, 49-86
- Negotiated Settlements for Corruption Offences, Eleven International Publishing, Abiola O Makinwa Ed., 2014
- Corporate Monitors: Overcoming the Classification Failure of Targeted Monitoring Systems, Berkeley Business Law Journal 10, 2014, No 2
- Corporate Compliance: New Approaches to Regulatory Enforcement, Edward Elgar Pub., 2013
- Chairman of the Compliance Chamber of the Institute for Financial Crime (IFFC), the Hague, Netherlands (member since 2017; Chairman since October 2018)
- Member of the Advisory Committee to the OECD on Non-Trial Resolutions of Foreign Corruption Cases, Recommendation 6 Network (since 2017)
- Research Fellow at The Institute of Business, Regulation Management, Rotterdam School of Management (since 2016)
- Steering Committee member of the Cambridge Global Compliance Forum (since 2013)
- Research Fellow at Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics, Erasmus School of Law (since 2011)
- Research Fellow at The Center for Law, Business and the Economy, University of California Berkeley (2010 – 2011)
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