In the current political and regulatory environment, government oversight activities are at an all-time high. The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have become increasingly aggressive in prosecuting FCPA claims. The Government has been focusing more and more on identifying individuals in addition to corporations who may have FCPA liability and exposure. There also has been a significant trend in favor of bringing actions against banks and other financial institutions. When faced with FCPA claims, companies must take appropriate steps in a timely fashion or face significant liability in both civil and criminal venues. Understanding how best to navigate FCPA claims and conduct comprehensive and thorough internal investigations is crucial to reducing potential exposure.
Prompt and thorough investigations of allegations of corruption and bribery are critical to companies as they attempt to reduce their FCPA exposure. There are many potential pitfalls associated with conducting an internal investigation.
Learn how to establish policies and procedures to cultivate an ethical culture and manage corporate governance issues.
Learn how to establish a whistleblower program that can effectively respond to and manage whistleblower complaints.
Learn in what circumstances should one self-disclose violations.
Learn how to conduct internal investigations.
Learn how to conduct witness interviews in an internal investigation.
Learn how to gather evidence in an internal investigation.
Who Will Benefit:
Officials in The Financial Arena
Commercial and Investment Banks
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