Managing Anti-Corruption: Efforts in the New Era of Enforcement

Managing Anti-Corruption: Efforts in the New Era of Enforcement
Webinar Recording filed in Anti-Corruption

Bribery and corruption are major risks for large businesses. Employees face circumstances that may lead to unethical and corrupt practices while organizations face increased scrutiny and stringent enforcement from the government.

Bribery and corruption are major risks for large businesses. Employees face circumstances that may lead to unethical and corrupt practices while organizations face increased scrutiny and stringent enforcement from the government.

With regulations like FCPA and the UK Anti-Bribery Act, it is clear that stamping out corruption has to be a priority, and a comprehensive and effective compliance program is mandatory for corporations. For global businesses, the ethics and compliance program should go beyond employees and extend to all foreign third-parties in their complex value chain.

This webinar features OCEG President Carole Stern Switzer, Pete Viksnins of PwC and Shellye Archambeau, CEO of MetricStream, as they discuss aligning people, processes, and technology for successfully managing anti-corruption programs in the new era of enforcement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the regulatory context for anti-corruption programs including the impact of the UK Bribery Act
  • Identify typical scenarios leading to corruption
  • Identify key elements of an anti-corruption program
  • Understand the role of technology as a compliance enabler

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