New FCPA Resource Guide
Ten things for legal and compliance officers to consider
Is the new FCPA Resource Guide (the “Guide”) from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) really new or just a compilation of existing material? Are there areas of emphasis that merit particular attention on the part of companies? Should companies be considering making further enhancements to their FCPA compliance programs as a result of the new Guide or are existing programs likely to be sufficient?
With insights from guest commentators from Barrick Gold Corporation, Ford Motor Company and Zimmer Holdings, Inc., as well as Deloitte FCPA Consulting specialists, this article identifies 10 key takeaways from the Guide that may help legal and compliance officers obtain executive support and drive continued, appropriate enhancements to their FCPA/anti-corruption compliance programs.
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