FCPA Boot Camp

� Basic Training on the Fundamentals of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act � Implementing and Monitoring a State of the Art Anti-Corruption Compliance Program �

Thursday, June 15, 2006

About

All companies engaging in international business, large and small, must develop and implement an FCPA compliance policy and training program to protect themselves against FCPA violations.

Having an effective and comprehensive corporate FCPA compliance policy in place will demonstrate to employees and, if necessary, law enforcement officials that your company considers anti-corruption compliance an important corporate goal. If done properly, a comprehensive compliance program can become a valuable corporate asset that enhances company operations, facilitates compliance with law and mitigates damage when and if violations occur.

This American Conference Institute FCPA Boot Camp provided attendees with an excellent overview of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and strategies needed to successfully implement and monitor an effective anti-corruption compliance program. Topics included:
  • Creating a Code of Conduct that matters
  • Tailoring FCPA training to the company
  • Dealing with violations
  • Defining policies around screening and documenting potential business partners
  • Performing anti-corruption risk assessments
  • FCPA books and records requirements
Whether you are new to the area or just need a comprehensive refresher, the FCPA Boot Camp publication will provide you with the foundation you need to ensure your company's FCPA compliance.

Contents & Contributors

About

All companies engaging in international business, large and small, must develop and implement an FCPA compliance policy and training program to protect themselves against FCPA violations.

Having an effective and comprehensive corporate FCPA compliance policy in place will demonstrate to employees and, if necessary, law enforcement officials that your company considers anti-corruption compliance an important corporate goal. If done properly, a comprehensive compliance program can become a valuable corporate asset that enhances company operations, facilitates compliance with law and mitigates damage when and if violations occur.

This American Conference Institute FCPA Boot Camp provided attendees with an excellent overview of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and strategies needed to successfully implement and monitor an effective anti-corruption compliance program. Topics included:
  • Creating a Code of Conduct that matters
  • Tailoring FCPA training to the company
  • Dealing with violations
  • Defining policies around screening and documenting potential business partners
  • Performing anti-corruption risk assessments
  • FCPA books and records requirements
Whether you are new to the area or just need a comprehensive refresher, the FCPA Boot Camp publication will provide you with the foundation you need to ensure your company's FCPA compliance.

Contents & Contributors


ANTI-BRIBERY BASICS: THE FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT
Nicole M. Healy, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

COMBATING CORRUPTION: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION
Danforth Newcomb, Shearman & Sterling LLP

SEC AND DOJ COMPLIANCE EXPECTATIONS, ENFORCEMENT PRIORITIES AND TARGETS
Robert W. Tarun, Latham & Watkins

FCPA COMPLIANCE � LESSONS LEARNED: RECENT CASES
Frederic Miller, PricewaterhouseCoopers

KEY COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE FCPA COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
Manny Alas, PricewaterhouseCoopers

CREATING A CORPORATE COMPLIANCE CULTURE, STARTING AT THE TOP
Robert Schlossman, Network General Corporation

CREATING A CORPORATE COMPLIANCE CULTURE, STARTING AT THE TOP
Stephen Clayton, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

DEVELOPING ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINING PROGRAMS
Stephen Clayton, Sun Microsystems, Inc

CONDUCTING DUE DILIGENCE ON BUSINESS PARTNERS AND AGENTS
Stephen Clayton, Sun Microsystems, Inc

CONDUCTING DUE DILIGENCE ON BUSINESS PARTNERS AND AGENTS
Kristin Rivera, PricewaterhouseCoopers

CONDUCTING FCPA COMPLIANCE REVIEWS
Manny Alas, PricewaterhouseCoopers

THE FCPA PAPER TRAIL: BOOKS AND RECORDS REQUIREMENTS AND DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION
Patrick D. Robbins, Shearman & Sterling LLP



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