S&E: U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

Speaker Mr. Dan Chapman
Chief Compliance Officer & Counsel Parker Drilling Company J. Daniel (Dan) Chapman is the Chief Compliance Officer & Counsel for Parker Drilling Company.  Mr. Chapman has worked in Houston for Parker Drilling Company since 2009. In his current role, Mr. Chapman coordinates the Parker Drilling Company’s overall compliance efforts, with ...

Chief Compliance Officer & Counsel Parker Drilling Company



J. Daniel (Dan) Chapman is the Chief Compliance Officer & Counsel for Parker Drilling Company.  Mr. Chapman has worked in Houston for Parker Drilling Company since 2009.


In his current role, Mr. Chapman coordinates the Parker Drilling Company’s overall compliance efforts, with a particular focus on developing and implementing initiatives related to anti-bribery, anti-boycott, economic sanctions and export controls compliance. Prior to joining Parker Drilling, Mr. Chapman served in a variety of international trade, compliance and generalist roles with Baker Hughes Incorporated. In addition, Mr. Chapman began his career as a securities and merger and acquisitions lawyer with the law firms of Freshfields (London) and King & Spalding (Atlanta and Houston).


Mr. Chapman currently is vice-chair of the American Bar Association’s Committee on Export Controls and Economic Sanctions, has been recognized as a popular presenter on anti-bribery compliance, economic sanctions and export controls at various national and international conferences, and has published numerous articles on the subject of international trade. Mr. Chapman holds degrees from Emory University, the London School of Economics and the University of Kentucky. He also studied at Oxford University and the Economics University of Vienna.

Full Description

Dan Chapman will provide a general overview of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), discussing the elements of an effective anti-bribery compliance program and how FCPA compliance could impact your management of employee safety.

Organizer Trey Shaffer