La formation et le programme d’accréditation TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation (TASA) sont exhaustifs et rigoureux ; les étudiants peuvent les suivre entièrement en ligne et à leur propre rythme pendant toute une année.
TASA permet aux professionnels du domaine en expansion de la conformité de se distinguer en acquérant un savoir-faire avéré et des connaissances spécialisées. Le programme propose des centaines de cours sur demande aux niveaux introductif, intermédiaire et avancé enseignés par un corps professoral de renommée mondiale et spécialisé dans les secteurs et les sujets traités. Les examens TASA sont disponibles en espagnol et en portugais*, ainsi qu’en anglais, pour compléter les cours multilingues proposés et les ouvrir à tous les candidats du monde.
Le programme pédagogique TASA traite les notions centrales de la conformité anticorruption en abordant une grande variété de sujets régionaux et sectoriels dont les étudiants peuvent faire une sélection pour adapter leur accréditation à leurs intérêts personnels et leurs objectifs professionnels.
Les étudiants peuvent choisir une spécialisation régionale (AmLat, Europe, AsiePac), thématique (Intégrité et risque professionnels), ou sectorielle (Pétrole, Gaz et Énergie ; Services financiers ; Sciences de la vie ; Aéronautique et Défense ; Tech et Télécom), ce qui permet au diplômé TASA d’ajouter une réelle valeur à une quelconque organisation. L’accréditation est octroyée par TRACE, l’organisation mondialement reconnue établissant les normes anticorruption, avec le soutien du Comité consultatif TASA.
Pour ceux qui cherchent une introduction à la conformité anti-corruption, découvrez le Certificat TRACE ABC Essentials.
*Les examens fondamentaux et avancés TASA sont disponibles en espagnol et en portugais. Actuellement, seuls les quiz de certains cours de spécialisation sont disponibles en espagnol et en portugais.
Le contenu de la formation TASA est exhaustif et les examens sont difficiles. Chaque cours a été conçu de sorte à fournir aux candidats des perspectives pratiques et concrètes permettant aux diplômés de se distinguer de leurs collègues en tant que spécialistes des thématiques anticorruption.
Le programme TASA, qui fournit des connaissances de base relatives à un ensemble central de notions fondamentales et avancées de la lutte contre la corruption, consiste en deux phases substantives distinctes : Phase 1, Fondamentaux ; et Phase 2, Avancé. Les candidats à TASA peuvent aussi suivre une troisième phase facultative du programme consacrée aux spécialisations par secteur, région et sujet.
Carolyn Lindsey recently started as the Head of Ethics & Compliance at Tate & Lyle plc. Formerly Carolyn was the Senior International Compliance Counsel for NBCUniversal. At NBCUniversal, she worked with business units across the company to ensure implementation of the Comcast/NBCUniversal Code of Conduct, including designing and rolling out procedures on third party due diligence, gifts and business entertainment and international trade controls.
Prior to joining NBCUniversal, Carolyn was a Director of Advisory Services at TRACE. Carolyn has worked extensively with multinational companies, designing and implementing their anti-bribery compliance programs, including conducting comprehensive on-the-ground due diligence reviews; conducting anti-bribery training sessions around the world; designing anti-bribery programs, together with implementing policies and procedures; and designing and conducting anti-bribery risk assessments. While in private practice, Carolyn advised companies on compliance with the FCPA and other transnational anti-bribery laws. She was seconded to a major defense company for two years where she managed the global due diligence program for third party intermediaries.
Carolyn graduated with honors from The George Washington University Law School where she served as a Notes Editor on the International Law Review. She is a member of the Virginia and District of Columbia bar associations.
Julia Symon is Vice President – Chief Compliance Officer at KBR, Inc. and is responsible for KBR’s anti-corruption program. Julia was instrumental in the successful completion of KBR’s three-year relationship with the Company’s corporate monitor who was appointed after KBR’s guilty plea and related settlement with the DOJ and SEC in February 2009.
Prior to joining KBR in 2009, Julia was Counsel at Clifford Chance in Washington D.C. and represented clients in regulatory and litigation matters.
Kathleen O’Toole is a Senior Counsel in the Global Compliance and Safety group at McDonald's Corporation. Kathy has been an in-house attorney at McDonald’s for the past 10 years and has provided legal counsel to business clients in a variety of areas including litigation, food safety, consumer product safety and other regulatory matters. As a member of the Global Compliance group at McDonald’s for the past three years, Kathy has been engaged in compliance training initiatives, due diligence and investigations.
Prior to joining McDonald's Corporation, Kathy was in private practice in Chicago where she concentrated her practice in products liability, medical malpractice and professional liability defense. She received her J.D. from Loyola University Chicago in 1999 and her B.A. from the University of Notre Dame in 1995.
Krishna K. Juvvadi is a Director of Global Compliance at Uber Technologies, Inc., where he manages operations compliance for Uber products offered throughout the globe and compliance innovation programs. Previously at Uber, Krishna, as the Head of U.S. Regulatory Affairs, was the lead regulatory lawyer in creating a regulatory framework for ridesharing and getting that framework passed in the majority of US states. Prior to joining Uber, Krishna was a Partner at the law firm of Sher Leff LLP, where he was a senior member of a trial team that won a unanimous jury verdict for $236,000,000 against ExxonMobil on behalf of the State of New Hampshire for statewide groundwater contamination. For his work on that trial, Krishna was awarded the California Lawyer Attorney of the Year and named a Finalist for Public Justice's Trial Lawyer of the Year. Prior to Sher Leff, Krishna was a Trial Attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice. Krishna received his J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and his B.A. from Northwestern University.
In Stephanie's current position as Associate General Counsel - Compliance, she is responsible for managing and executing strategic aspects of Weatherford’s global ethics program.
Stephanie began her career in private practice where her portfolio included white collar defense and investigations, with a focus on FCPA matters. She began as Investigations Counsel in Weatherford’s Compliance group, and subsequently assumed the role of Special Projects Counsel, which included managing Weatherford’s obligations post FCPA settlement, including with an Independent Compliance Monitor and the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission.
As the International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO), Sue is responsible for ensuring that IRC maintains and enforces a best practices compliance program including: policies, procedures, controls, processes and systems to effectively prevent, detect and investigate potential violations of IRC’s internal Code and policies, law or regulation, material failures to meet our obligations under contracts, grants, or agreements and IRC’s Standards of Conduct. In this role Sue supervises the ECU team in the development and implementation of IRC’s anti-fraud program, code of conduct, internal investigations, enterprise risk management, and safeguarding program.
Prior to joining the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian organization, Sue was Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for Alcoa, and following the company’s split in November 2016 for Arconic. She was a Deputy General Counsel at Xylem Inc., a global water technology company that was spun off from ITT Corporation in 2011. She is the former Senior Counsel for International Compliance at ITT, where she provided strategy and regulatory advice, as well as oversight and supervision of policies and programs involving compliance with U.S. and foreign laws and regulations. Sue joined ITT in 2006, where she created and implemented its first global anti-corruption program.
Sue was the General Counsel under Chairman Paul Volcker of the Independent Inquiry Committee investigating the United Nations Oil for Food Programme, an international corruption investigation – and also investigated fraud and corruption in World Bank-financed projects. As part of her work with the American Bar Association’s Central and East European Law Initiative, Sue developed and managed criminal justice reform assistance and training programs in Russia and the former Soviet Republics.
As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the White Collar Fraud Group of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland from 1985-1998, she prosecuted complex federal fraud and corruption cases. She began her legal career as a trial attorney at Semmes, Bowen and Semmes in Baltimore.
Sue earned a Juris Doctor Degree from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law, Washington, D.C. where she was a member of the Law Review. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Government from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.