Resources Global Special CPE Webcast: The New Department of Justice FCPA Guidelines

Under_InvestigationThe Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), legislation that has existed in the United States for almost 40 years, has been an extremely hot topic over the past several years, as a result of an increase in investigations and penalties. In 2010, a specialized unit was created to boost enforcement of the FCPA which produced charges to be filed against many organizations.

You may have attended the FCPA session presented by Resources Global earlier this year. Since then, new guidelines have been introduced by the US Department of Justice and we want to ensure that you are aware of these additions.

Please join, once again, Thomas Robert Fox, FCPA expert, and the Resources Global Team on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012 at 12:00pm EST for “The New DOJ FCPA Guidelines: A Resource for the Compliance Practitioner” webinar.

This session looks at —

  • a risk based approach to FCPA compliance;
  • the importance of compliance programs;
  • clarification of gifts and entertainment;
  • M&A under the FCPA; and
  • how to perform due diligence on third parties.

Click here to register for this valuable session.

policyIQ can help ensure compliance with your FCPA procedures.

After listening in on the training session, reach out to our policyIQ team so that we may discuss how policyIQ can contribute to an effective anti-corruption compliance program. Policies and procedures, risk assessment, vendor due diligence and gift and entertainment reporting can all be captured in this central location, with audit trail, policy sign-offs, and reporting capabilities.

Also, check out our FCPA blog series and keep up to date on the happenings of this Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption effort.

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