In this presentation:

- Tax Considerations of International Grantmaking in Today’s World

- Recent Developments in International Philanthropy – Best Practices

- Grants to Foreign Charities

- Expenditure Responsibility

- Equivalency Determination

- Affidavit of Grantee

- Opinion of Counsel

- When to Use Expenditure Responsibility

- When to Make an Equivalency Determination

- What’s Next

- The FCPA and Anti-Corruption Enforcement

- What Is the FCPA?

- The Anti-Bribery Provisions

- The Books and Records Provisions

- The Devil Is in the Details…

- Who Is Subject to the FCPA?

- Willful Blindness

- Affirmative Defenses and Exceptions

- Criminal and Civil Penalties

- Increasingly Vigorous Enforcement Landscape

- Corporate Penalties

- Enforcement Against Individuals

- UK Bribery Act

- Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

- FCPA “Red Flags”

- OFAC: Office of Foreign Assets Control

- FCPA Guidance: Charitable Contributions

- FCPA Opinion Procedure Releases: Charitable Donations

- No Good Deed Goes Unpunished…

- Key Takeaways

- Questions?

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Topics:  Affidavits, Affirmative Defenses, Anti-Bribery, Anti-Corruption, Charitable Donations, Equivalency Determinations, FCPA, Foreign Charities, OECD, Penalties, Philanthropy, Red Flags Rule, UK Bribery Act

Published In: General Business Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Tax Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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