Oksana Krylova leads significant and complex investigations involving alleged bribery and corruption, fraud, public procurement law infractions, embezzlement, tax evasion, cartel/bid-rigging activity, and healthcare regulatory violations. She provides cross-functional support to compliance and legal functions in investigative analysis, legal analysis, remedial steps, and control environment improvements. Oksana drives measurable efficiencies in compliance program initiatives relating to corruption risk, including business courtesy approval, revisions to the corporate improper payments policy implementing procedures, anticorruption training programs, and customer hospitality programs.
Oksana is a former senior investigator for a US-based multinational conglomerate responsible for the Russia/Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region. In this role, she led complex internal investigations and legal strategy in government probes concerning conduct in Russia, the CIS, Europe, and Asia, including briefings to the US Department of Justice. Her experience includes securing full declination from enforcement authorities, including the United States, Ukraine, and Russia. Previously, Oksana was a corporate lawyer at a US-based multinational conglomerate, resident in Russia.
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, 1997, LL.M.
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, 1990, LL.M., French Language and Literature, with highest honors