The Increasing Business Risk of FCPA Failures

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time: 11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern
Duration: 60 minutes
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The prosecution of global businesses for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) continues to make headlines and affect balance sheets. 2012 FCPA fines/penalties were $260 million, averaging $22 million per incident.

And under FCPA, companies are liable for violations by suppliers, intermediaries, and subsidiaries, as well as employees. In fact, lack of evidence to verify proper, compliant management of these trading relationships is itself a cause for investigation.

Join featured guest speaker Marc Miller, partner at KPMG, to discuss FCPA compliance and the impact of regulatory compliance on global supply and demand chains.

Learn leading practices for FCPA compliance around:

  • Building an FCPA compliance/risk management framework
  • Ensuring and tracking Third Party due diligence
  • Importance of action-oriented mitigation and response plans
  • Ongoing compliance tracking and risk alerts
  • Related laws for non-US business transactions

In addition, don't miss this opportunity to gain insights about how other companies with FCPA program challenges have used automated solutions to effectively manage their programs.

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