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Organization/Company Tobacco company relationship Relationship type Evidence of past or present formalized relationship
PricewaterhouseCoopers Auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) are Philip Morris International's current auditors.[1] Appointed at the 2017 annual shareholder meeting. In 2017 PWC were selected by the office of the Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, European Parliament, to perform an implementation study on ‘track and trace’ solutions in the tobacco industry. A question was raised if there would be a conflict of interest since PricewaterhouseCoopers offers it's own "track and trace" solution already and would potentially be in a position to audit themselves.[2] 2019
EY U.S. Auditor The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World used EY U.S. as the Foundation auditor in 2019. [3] 2019
Morgan Stanley Event Philip Morris International presented at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference in New York, December 2019. [4]

In May 2019, Philip Morris International Chief Financial Officer Martin King addressed investors at the Goldman Sachs Global Staples Forum in New York. [5]

2019
Crime Stoppers International Event Alvise Giustiniani, VP Illicit Trade Prevention, Philip Morris international was invited to give a presentation at the Crime Stoppers International conference in October 2018.[6] 2018
KPMG Contractor A KPMG conducted a study for British American Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International and Philip Morris International that revealed one in every ten cigarettes consumed in the European Union in 2013 were illicit. [7]

Philip Morris International has commissioned KPMG to produce the report again in 2019 [8] and 2020. [9]

2019
Banco Santander, S.A Contractor NA 2019
Barclays Bank PLC Joint Book-Running Manager Barclays Bank PLC is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019. [10] 2019
Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited Joint Book-Running Manager Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch Joint Book-Running Manager Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
HSBC Bank plc Joint Book-Running Manager HSBC Bank plc is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
J.P. Morgan Securities plc Joint Book-Running Manager J.P. Morgan Securities plc is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
Société Générale Joint Book-Running Manager Société Générale is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria S.A. Joint Book-Running Manager Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria S.A. is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
UBS AG, London Branch Joint Book-Running Manager UBS AG, London Branch is listed as one of Philip Morris International's Joint Book-Running Managers in the company's Final Term Sheet dated 29 July 2019.[10] 2019
Baker & Hostetler LLP Legal support The Foundation paid the law firm USD 2.11 million in 2018 in legal fees. In 2015, the law firm represented Philip Morris International and other tobacco companies in arbitration over proposed adjustments to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. [11]:1 2019
  1. Phillip Morris International, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Corporate Audit & Our Auditors, Accessed September 2018
  2. European Parliament, Subject: Conflict of interest between PwC and tobacco industry, December 2016, Accessed September 2018
  3. Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, Return of Private Foundation, April 2019, p. 16, Accessed 9 July 2019
  4. Philip Morris International Inc. Presents at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference; Reaffirms 2018 Full-Year Reported Diluted EPS Guidance, Business Wire, November 2018, Accessed 28 November 2018
  5. Business Wire website, Philip Morris International Inc. Presents at Goldman Sachs Global Staples Forum, 14 May 2019, Accessed 8 June 2019
  6. Crime Stoppers International website, Crime Stoppers International Hosts 39th Annual Conference, 2018, Accessed 19 February 2020
  7. Japan Tobacco International, One in Ten Cigarettes Consumed in the EU in 2013 Were Illegal; Dramatic Rise in Consumption of ‘Illicit Whites’, June 2014, Accessed 26 October 2018
  8. Philip Morris International website, Philip Morris International: New Report Exposes Continued Impact of Illicit Tobacco Trade in the European Union, 6 June 2019, Accessed 13 June 2019
  9. PHILIP MORRIS REPORT SAYS ILLICIT CIGARETTE TRADE IS GROWING, 21 June 2020, Accessed 20 July 2020
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 Philip Morris International website, FINAL TERM SHEET, 29 July 2019, Accessed 13 September 2019
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