Anti-Bribery Compliance

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French Anti-Corruption Reform Expected In 2016

France to introduce significant changes affecting large companies and top management, to improve current anti-bribery system. The French Parliament is expected to enact “Sapin II” on transparency, anti-corruption and...more

Anti-Bribery and Compliance Challenges Ahead [Video]

In this short video, Richard Fenning, CEO, Control Risks, shares his reflections on the 2016 Control Risks “International Business Attitudes To Corruption Survey” which is available on the Control Risks website. In the...more

New DOJ Guidance and FCPA Pilot Program, Part I-Introduction

Last week the Department of Justice (DOJ) held a Press Conference, open to all, led by Andrew Weissmann and Leslie Caldwell. At this Press Conference, they announced the culmination of several ongoing initiatives into a new...more

[Webinar] Hot Topics in Anti-Corruption Enforcement and Compliance - April 22nd, 12:00pm, EDT

The Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATe.org) and Transparency International-USA (TI-USA), cordially invite you to join us for a briefing to discuss hot topics in international anti-corruption compliance and...more

Parent Company and Subsidiary Liability for FCPA Violations: Fighting the Disinformation Campaign

Akin to politics (to a smaller degree), there is a fair amount of disinformation, some call it bloviating, put out by the FCPA Paparazzi. Some of this disinformation is motivated by immature attempts to “market” legal...more

New anti-bribery and corruption legislation in Germany

The regulations to fight bribery and corruption have been substantially intensified in Germany. The prosecution of corruption abroad is made considerably easier. The new regulations have significant importance for...more

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Alert

Busy Q1 Yields Several Significant FCPA Resolutions - Overview - On February 19, during the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) annual “SEC Speaks” conference, Kara Brockmeyer, Chief of the SEC’s FCPA...more

Australia Raises its Anti-bribery Compliance & Enforcement Game

After broad international and domestic criticism of its efforts, the Australian Government is now showing an appetite for significant reform in the area of foreign bribery....more

Top Ten Ethics & Compliance Predictions & Recommendations for 2016

To help with our predictions and recommendations, we’ve talked with industry experts, our colleagues at NAVEX Global, and ethics and compliance professionals from our more than 12,500 client organizations. Based on their...more

Top tips for HR in building an enhanced compliance system in China

Anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance issues in China continue to catch international news headlines and are showing no signs of cooling down....more

Is There an Internal Ethics & Compliance Council In Us All?

The following guest post and video is by Nicole Rose, CEO and Founder, Create Training. We all know about ‘the law’, but how about the laws within us that direct our behavior and decisions? Marc Hauser, evolutionary...more

2016 Trends #8: Getting Serious About Anti-Bribery & Corruption Efforts and Third-Party Risk Management

By now, most organizations understand the importance of identifying and addressing any exposure they have to violations of anti-corruption and bribery (ABC) laws. Much attention has been given to recent cases, and to...more

A "French Bribery (and Sunshine) Act" is about to be launched - a legal revolution is underway in France

France has been for a long time lagging behind on the field of anti-corruption laws. In 2012, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development raised serious concerns regarding the lack of bribery convictions in...more

2015 Corruption Perceptions Index, a Vital Anti-Bribery Compliance Tool, Highlights Global Corruption Risks for Corporations

On January 27, 2016, Transparency International released its 2015 update to its annual “Corruption Perceptions Index” (“CPI”), a vital resource for corporate anti-corruption compliance efforts. The 2015 CPI rates 168...more

Fraud and Bribery: Segregation of Duties

Some things go together. Chocolate chip cookies and milk, Hepburn and Tracy, Lewis and Martin (I know, I am showing my age, but you get the point), and many other favorite combinations. So, you get the point – in the world of...more

[Webinar] White Collar Crimes in Indo-U.S. context: Do’s and Don’ts - Meritas Capability Webinar - Feb. 3rd, 10:00am EST

While emerging markets represent untapped growth potential and investment opportunities, there is often a sharp contrast between global best practices and compliance requirements and accepted business practices prevalent in...more

Star Wars Week Part I – How do You Evaluate a Risk Assessment?

Today I begin a series of Star Wars themed blog posts to celebrate the upcoming release of the next entry in the Star Wars franchise, Episode VII – The Force Awakens. Please note that I will only use the first three movies,...more

Global Anti-Corruption Perspective: Top 4 Potential Changes to Look Out for in Australia's Foreign Bribery Regime

Australia's foreign bribery regime may be set for a significant overhaul in 2016 and 2017. Australia's current foreign bribery legislative framework and approach to enforcement are under review, with the commencement of an...more

Interview: Third Party Risk Management on the Front-Line

In an interview with Leas Bachatene, CEO at ethiXbase, Richard Bistrong, CEO at Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, shares his views on front-line third party risk management in today’s business environment. Originally...more

Don’t Lose a No-Hitter – Use of Questionnaire and Compliance Terms and Conditions

Before Jim Crane came along to purchase the Houston Astros and provide us all with some of the best lessons learned for the compliance practitioner, they had a long and storied history, even if part of that history included...more

Best Practices for Anti-Corruption Training

For any company today, large or small, having a comprehensive anti-corruption compliance program in place is essential. To be effective, however, companies must clearly communicate and engage with employees and third parties,...more

Verifying Anti-Corruption Programs – Insights from TI-USA

Has your company implemented a program to prevent, deter and detect corruption? If so, have you verified it to ensure it is effective and appropriate for the level of risk faced by your company? Verification of...more

Clean Hands, Smart Deals: A primer on complying with foreign anti-bribery laws

With the approaching financial year-end and the consequences of external audits, along with the new and increased risk of individual liability executives face in light of the recent Department of Justice “Yates Memorandum”,...more

DOJ Sharpens Focus on Corporate Compliance in Deciding Whether to Prosecute Companies

One of the factors that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) considers in deciding whether to bring charges against a corporation is the existence and effectiveness of the corporation’s pre-existing compliance program. On...more

DOJ Fraud Section Retains Hui Chen as Compliance Counsel Expert

Chen brings important industry experience to the role. The Department of Justice (DOJ) Fraud Section has retained Hui Chen as a “full-time compliance expert.” Ms. Chen comes to the position with compliance counseling...more

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