TRACE seeks to make anti-bribery compliance easier and less expensive for anti-corruption professionals and is constantly developing new tools and resources to help both members and non-members more effectively respond to new regulations and enforcement trends. Whether you are a member company or simply in need of more compliance resources, we encourage you to leverage the host of TRACE tools, resources and services that are available to you.
The 62nd FIFA Congress convened in Budapest today and adopted by an overwhelming majority statutory provisions that will strengthen governance and pave the way for additional improvements expected over the next year. TRACE President Alexandra Wrage was introduced as the specialist on integrity investigations for the Independent Governance Committee (IGC) of FIFA at today's press conference.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Washington's views on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, amid Wal-Mart's Mexican bribery investigation, with Alexandra Wrage, TRACE International president.
TRACE President comments on the Wal-Mart allegations, the hidden costs associated with bribes and how companies can resist extortion and bribe demands on Business News Network.
TRACE President Alexandra Wrage joins a panel of professionals on CNBC's "The Closing Bell" to refute Donald Trump's claim that the U.S. should not prosecute companies for paying bribes.
TRACE is pleased to release a series of new anti-bribery training videos that feature distinguished FCPA attorneys and in-house compliance professionals and serve as a valuable tool to enhance employee and intermediary training programs. These lively and highly informative anti-bribery training videos are designed for employees at all levels and provide practical insights into global anti-bribery enforcement trends and guidance on addressing compliance issues.
While training videos are only available to TRACE members, non-members are invited to access the featured video "Compliance Issues in Mexico," presented by Gustavo Carvajal, of Carvajal, González y Pérez Correa, S.C. in Mexico.
"Toxic Transactions: Bribery, Extortion and the High Price of Bad Business" is a lively and highly informative anti-bribery training video designed for employees at all levels. The DVD is approximately an hour long and features interviews with top anti-bribery experts around the world. This exceptional training video is available available for purchase. Click here for pricing and ordering details
Alexandra Wrage, President of TRACE International, examines the international cooperation between regulators with respect to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations and how that has changed the ways in which companies view anti-corruption issues and increased the attendant reputational liabilities. As an FCPA expert who has created international due diligence programs for companies to help retain and train international sales representatives, consultants, suppliers, distributors, and subcontractors, Ms. Wrage shared the above insights and much more with Bulletproof™.
Alexandra Wrage discusses the TRACE Anti-bribery Specialist Accreditation
TRACE President, Alexandra Wrage, discusses the TRACE Anti-bribery Specialist Accreditation (TASA), which offers a professional accreditation for anti-bribery specialists. This comprehensive and rigorous program enables professionals working in this growing field to distinguish themselves with accreditation by TRACE, an internationally recognized anti-bribery standard-setting organization.
On June 20th and 21st, 2011, The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) hosted Democracy that Delivers for Women, an international conference on women's empowerment around the world. Alexandra Wrage, President of TRACE International, moderated this panel on leadership with Marne Levine, Vice President of Global Public Policy at Facebook; Assilah Z. Al Harthy, CEO of Group 6 in Oman; and Maja Piscevic, Executive Director and Board President of the Serbian Association of Managers.
The growing number of antibribery laws around the world raises uncertainties for companies—including the risk of double jeopardy. Antibribery compliance expert Alexandra Wrage, the head of TRACE International, Inc., discusses the challenges legal departments are facing, and how they can prepare. Read the full story by Catherine Dunn, "Can't They Cooperate?", in the March 2012 issue of CorpCounsel.
Anti-bribery expert Alexandra Wrage of TRACE explains why no matter what the guidance on the UK Bribery Act says, it's not going to provide the level of detail that in-house lawyers and compliance officers want.