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FCPA Resources

  • FCPA Definition: What is the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and what does it mean to you?
  • FCPA Violations: Learn about the five elements of a FCPA violation, including the involvement of foreign officials. Are any of them present in your organization?
  • FCPA Exceptions: There are several defenses available to those suspected of a potential FCPA violation. Find out if your firm's action falls into one of the exceptions to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, therefore reducing risk.
  • FCPA Accounting Provisions: FCPA compliance is not solely a job for the legal and compliance departments; your organization's accounting team must also enact effective internal controls.
  • FCPA Penalties: Complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act can be difficult, but it's easier than dealing with the criminal and civil penalties for noncompliance.
  • Other FCPA Sanctions: Violating the FCPA can have additional negative impacts on your business prospects. Find out what additional setbacks you could face from the U.S. government or private entities.
  • Protecting Your Organization: There are several ways to prevent FCPA liability for your business or organization. A corporate compliance program and a politically exposed persons database are among the necessary elements of an effective system.
  • FCPA Benefits: Enacting a due diligence process for FCPA compliance will positively affect your organization by saving you time and money.