Anti-Corruption and Bribery

The FCPA was enacted in 1977 with a two-pronged approach to addressing the problem of corrupt payments to foreign officials: (1) the anti-bribery provisions prohibit individuals and businesses from bribing foreign government officials in order to obtain or retain business and (2) the accounting provisions impose record keeping and internal control requirements on companies that deal with foreign governments and their agencies, and prohibit individuals and companies from knowingly falsifying their books. Anyone who is in a position to engage in business dealings with foreign officials must be aware of and abide by the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

Available Courses in this Training Series

FCPA: Anti-Corruption and Bribery

FCPA:
Anti-Corruption and Bribery 

Audience: Anyone authorized to negotiate contracts or make payments to foreign officials.
Length: 45 minutes

This course is designed for personnel authorized to negotiate contracts with and make payments to foreign officials. It discusses key anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) with the purpose of protecting individuals and their companies from accusations of corrupt payment to foreign officials along with the serious civil or criminal penalties that can ensue.

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Gifts

Gifts and Entertainment

Audience: All employees
Length: 15 minutes

Gifts and entertainment are often given and received in a business setting. They are also a hotbed for ethics and legal concerns. This course discusses what can be considered a gift and provides a framework for determining when gifts and entertainment are appropriate and when they can raise ethics issues.

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Avoiding Insider Trading Risk

Audience: All employees
Length: 15 minutes

This awareness course discusses insider trading and the circumstances and types of transactions that can lead to violations of federal securities laws enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Using a story-based format, the course describes what is and is not insider trading and outlines key responsibilities for minimizing risks of insider trading violations. 

Avoiding Antitrus

Avoiding Antitrust Violations

Audience: All employees
Length: 20 minutes

Antitrust laws exist to ensure that consumers are able to enjoy the benefits of choice between providers in a competitive marketplace. This course provides an overview of antitrust laws and the anticompetitive agreements and behaviors with customers and competitors that can lead to violations.

Avoiding Conflicts of Interest

Avoiding Conflicts of Interest

Audience: All employees
Length: 15 minutes

Conflicts of interest arise in the workplace can undermine the reputation and integrity of the individual(s) involved and the organization. This course teaches employees to recognize potential conflicts of interest, or situations that could be perceived as conflicts of interests, and respond appropriately by avoiding or disclosing the situation through appropriate channels.

GLOBAL ANTI-CORRUPTION
Preventing Bribery and Corruption in a Global Economy

Audience: Personnel authorized to negotiate contracts with and make payments to foreign officials and other global entities inside and outside the United States of America.
Length: 45 minutes

This course is designed for personnel authorized to negotiate contracts with and make payments to foreign officials and other global entities inside and outside the United States of America. It discusses the key anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), UK Bribery Act of 2010 (Act), legislation flowing from the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and newly enacted and pending legislation in Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC Nations) with the purpose of protecting individuals and their companies from accusations of corrupt payment and the serious civil or criminal penalties that can ensue.

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COURSE FEATURES

Rich with scenarios, case studies, and interactive exercises

Optional audio (narration)

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Mastery quiz with scoring options test learner understanding of the material discussed

Mentoring feature allows students to direct questions at any time via e-mail to a subject matter expert within the organization

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