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About TRACE

A COMMON MISSION

TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated are two distinct entities with a common mission to advance commercial transparency worldwide by supporting the compliance efforts of multinational companies and their third party intermediaries. TRACE International is a non-profit business association that pools resources to provide members with anti-bribery compliance support while TRACE Incorporated offers both members and non-members customizable risk-based due diligence, anti-bribery training and advisory services. Working alongside one another, TRACE International and TRACE Incorporated offer an end-to-end, cost-effective and innovative solution for anti-bribery and third party compliance.

ABOUT TRACE INTERNATIONAL

TRACE International was founded in 2001 by in-house anti-bribery compliance experts to achieve economies of scale and set a common standard for two shared elements of anti-bribery compliance programs: due diligence reviews of commercial intermediaries and anti-bribery training for the global supply chain.  TRACE International is a 501c (6) non-profit business association that leverages a shared-cost model to provide practical and cost-effective anti-bribery compliance services for multinational companies and their commercial intermediaries through a membership program.

TRACE Membership at a Glance

ABOUT TRACE INCORPORATED

TRACE Incorporated is an independent compliance firm and leading provider of professional due diligence and consulting services that has earned the reputation of being the global due diligence standard setting organization. TRACE Incorporated was founded in 2007 to meet new compliance demands that did not fall within the scope of a shared-cost model and now offers members and non-members a broad range of customizable risk-based due diligence services, tiered training options and FCPA/anti-bribery counseling.

TRACE Inc. Services at a Glance


 
 


    After donating to the Walk the Walk Foundation in Fall 2014, TRACE employees volunteered last month to stuff backpacks for local schoolchildren in Annapolis, MD. For more information on this project, read “Help Walk the Walk Fill Backpacks This Summer” on Eye ...

    Recent News Feed July 01 2015 Read More

    Ford Motor Company recently launched a smartphone application to provide compliance guidance to the company’s 187,000 employees. Alexandra Wrage, TRACE President and Founder, weighs in on her experience testing the app and the innovative tools compliance teams are using to reach ...

    Recent News Feed June 26 2015 Read More

    “Employees should know more than just “why” compliance is important. They should know who presents risks of improper payments (like government officials), what kinds of requests are inappropriate, where the company faces the most risk, when to involve others in ...

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    Associates from Baker & McKenzie LLP provide analysis of the the recently released TRACE Global Enforcement Report 2014. To read the full post, click here or visit the Publications page to download the complete GER 2014.

    Recent News Feed June 10 2015 Read More

    Este artículo de Bastion Digital, escrito originalmente por la presidenta de TRACE, Alexandra Wrage y publicado en Inglés en The Globe y Mail, detalla su experiencia en la Comisión Independiente de Gobernabilidad de la FIFA (CIG), el caso de corrupción ...

    Recent News Feed June 09 2015 Read More

    “FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigned this week and the news was welcome and overdue. But where can FIFA go from here? How will it avoid selecting a new leader cut from the same cloth, especially when those eligible to vote ...

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    In this post from the Wall Street Journal’s Risk &  Compliance Journal, Samuel Rubenfeld highlights some of the key findings in the Global Enforcement Report 2014. View the post here or click here to download the GER.

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    Alexandra Wrage, TRACE President and Founder writes about her experience on FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee (IGC), the FIFA corruption case and what Sepp Blatter’s resignation means for the organization in this opinion piece on The Globe and Mail. To read the full ...

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    Alexandra Wrage, president and founder, TRACE speaks to Armen Keteyian of 60 Minutes Sports regarding her resignation following a disagreement with now former FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

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    Alexandra Wrage, president and founder, TRACE, discusses FIFA’s accountability and succession plans in the wake of President Sepp Blatter’s resignation in this interview for “Bloomberg Surveillance.” To view the complete interview, click here.

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