ACI's 29th National Forum on the

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

The Premier Legal & Regulatory Anti-Corruption Compliance Event

Tuesday, April 16 to Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, New York, NY

American Conference Institute brings back its acclaimed flagship conference to New York City, for an encore presentation.

As FCPA enforcement continues to mature, so does American Conference Institute’s National Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – back in New York for an encore presentation. Completely revised this year, the 2013 program agenda includes new panels, new speakers, a two-part Focus on Third Parties, and more benchmarking opportunities. Don’t miss out on the one event that shapes the anti-corruption industry. This year’s program is one you won’t want to miss!

The one and only forum that hundreds of in-house counsel, ethics and compliance executives, forensic accountants, FCPA, international trade, securities and corporate governance attorneys from around the globe attend each year, ACI’s 29th National Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act will once again bring you a top-notch speaker faculty comprised of senior-level representatives from the U.S. DOJ and SEC, the world’s leading companies, experienced FCPA practitioners and forensic accountants as they share with you updates on current FCPA enforcement initiatives as well as proven and effective strategies for tackling FCPA compliance in a global business environment.

As individual criminal prosecutions and corporate enforcement under the FCPA continued to captivate the media’s attention this past year and after the release in November 2012 of the update to the Lay Person’s Guide to the FCPA (FCPA Guidance) one fact remains clear – FCPA enforcement continues to remain a global enforcement priority. With the continuous changes and evolutions in FCPA enforcement and compliance in mind, ACI completely re-worked the program agenda for this New York conference.

Benefit from Advanced Discussions on:
  • How to craft the right-sized global FCPA compliance program: Comparison of various structures that meet rising Government expectations
  • 10 trip wires to avoid when conducting an FCPA internal investigation
  • Creating a home for the whistleblower in a bounty hunter environment
  • How to conduct an effective FCPA risk assessment: What your process should look like
  • Where companies go wrong on FCPA compliance: Lessons learned from the most costly mistakes
  • Minimizing FCPA risk exposure in majority, minority and contractual joint-venture
  • Dissection of an FCPA monitorship from start to fi nish
  • FCPA internal controls amid increased SEC expectations: What your books and records need to accomplish
  • How to create robust, culturally-sensitive and practical guidelines for gifts, entertainment and hospitality in high risk markets

Reserve a space now for you and your team. Group pricing is available. Call 1-888-224-2480; fax your registration form to 1-877-927-1563;
or register online at www.americanconference.com/FCPANY and join your peers at the FCPA conference of the year.