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Third Parties: The Achilles’ Heel of FCPA Compliance

An article from Business Crimes Bulletin


While third parties may play a vital role in guiding U.S companies through market structures and cultural issues that can make growth in emerging markets challenging, absence of a robust Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance program can expose entities to a heightened risk of violations of the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws and regulations, including the UK Bribery Act.

This Business Crimes Bulletin article explains why it makes sense for companies to enhance the effectiveness of their anti-corruption programs in mitigating today’s FCPA and other corruption risks.

The article also discusses some common due diligence pitfalls, and steps in-house counsel may find useful to help drive an efficient FCPA compliance program.

Download the PDF attachment below to learn more.

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