Anti-Bribery Compliance Audits - A Checklist of Essentials
Date: 28 July 2014
Time: 12:00 - 1:15 pm EST
Faculty: Eileen Radford, Director of Advisory Services, TRACE
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Course Description: The FCPA resource guide, as well as guidance under the UK Bribery Act and the 2013 annual report of the OECD Working Group on Bribery, make it clear that a meaningful compliance program must include regular audits. Such audits should be designed to evaluate the effectiveness of an existing program and to identify potential areas for improvement. This course will address how and when companies are expected to perform audits that focus on bribery risks, what should be tested and how to follow up and preserve information on an audit’s findings. The course will offer step-by-step guidance and best practices for performing an initial risk assessment that ensures a company has the right program in place, as well as more specific transaction testing of finance and accounting, gifts and hospitality and expense reports.
*This course is being offered as an introduction to the TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation (TASA) program which includes over 100 online courses taught by a world-renowned faculty. Learn more about TASA by downloading the course catalog here.
Archive of Past Webinars:
-- TRACEcheck Due Diligence
-- TRAC - A New Supply and Marketing Chain Compliance Tool*
-- Online Anti-Bribery Training for Employees and Intermediaries
-- TRACE Member and Non-Member Resources
-- Responding to Supply and Marketing Chain Compliance Risks: How to Leverage Portable Due Diligence Solutions
-- Addressing New Conflict Minerals Reporting Requirements
-- TRACEcertification: Transparency as a Competitive Advantage for SMEs
*También disponible en español
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