U.S. International Anti-Bribery Law: FCPA
The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) seeks to prevent the bribery of foreign officials and promote economic and political stability. FCPA violations may result in significant fines and possible imprisonment. Despite being a U.S. law, the FCPA pulls in many non-U.S. citizens along with companies located outside of the U.S. This training seeks to protect the corporation and its employees from violating this heavily enforced law.
This session will cover:
Who Is Covered by the FCPA's Anti-bribery and Accounting Provisions
Definition of a "Foreign Official"
Proper and Improper Gifts, Travel and Entertainment Expenses
Explanation of Facilitating Payments
M&A Successor Liability
The above program is offered via live webinar or in person. The length of the session is geared toward the particular client's needs.
This training is helpful for staff in a company’s legal, compliance, treasury, finance, sales & marketing, human resources, and business development departments.
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