The TRACE Anti-Bribery Compliance Solution offers multinational companies and their commercial intermediaries an unparalleled membership program, scalable and customizable training options and risk-based due diligence and advisory services.

    “The losing end of a government bid is never where a company wants to find itself, but the defeat is worse when there’s credible suspicion that the winner paid bribes to obtain special treatment in the tender process.” – Alexandra ...

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    “Women’s “outsider” status creates an immediate formality where difficult conversations about things like fraud can take place,” said Alexandra Wrage, a global expert on anti-fraud policies and president of TRACE, a business anti-bribery group.” TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage weighs in ...

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    “Preventive measures are cheaper than remedial measures” – TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage. Read the full article in the Northern Miner here.

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    “As part of its initiative to advance commercial transparency in the shipping industry, TRACE is partnering with Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) and Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) to bring information and awareness of anti-corruption tools and solutions to project cargo forwarding ...

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    Going in depth with the TRACE Matrix. Sr. Director, Virna Di Palma discusses this new resource for the compliance community with Tom Fox on the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report. Watch the video now.

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    “Companies have a new resource by which to assess the level of bribery and corruption risk in the countries where they operate—one that promises to be more meaningful to global companies than Transparency International’s widely used Corruption Perception Index.” Read ...

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    Former anti-corruption adviser Alexandra Wrage talks to Christiane Amanpour about the corruption scandal involving FIFA. Click here to view the video on CNN International.

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    “Michael Ward, deputy general counsel at Cisco Systems Inc. and former compliance chief for several major corporations, has joined TRACE International, expanding the antibribery group’s presence on the West Coast.” View the complete article on Corporate Counsel at http://www.corpcounsel.com/id=1202676998417  

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    “Compliance officers and in-house counsel for multi-national companies are well aware of the risks and consequences of bribery schemes. What to do about it is the challenging part. Companies have long relied on Transparency International’s authoritative country-by country corruption risk ratings to ...

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    “ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ —  TRACE International announced today that Michael Ward will join the organization’s Advisory Practice as Senior Director of Compliance Solutions, effective November 17, 2014. Mr. Ward will be based inSan Francisco, expanding TRACE’s West Coast presence. Mr. Ward is both a ...

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