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Catalog: 02. Phase 2: Advanced Courses
Building upon the foundation provided by the Phase 1 fundamental courses, Phase 2 will engage the student into an exploration of advanced concepts with anti-bribery implications including contract negotiation, whistleblowers, M&A, joint ventures, cross-border investigations, voluntary disclosure, compliance audits and forensic accounting. Upon completion of this Phase, candidates will possess the necessary required knowledge to become TASA accredited and proceed to obtaining an optional specialization.
During this session learn how to manage the risks inherent in obtaining personal data in Europe and transferring that information to a foreign jurisdiction during the course of a cross border investigation.
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the books and records/internal controls provisions of the U.S. FCPA, discussing the SEC’s recent enforcement of the FCPA accounting provisions, internal controls and joint venture liability.
Based on the results of a survey distributed to members of the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management, this course will provide attendees with practical guidance on how to address key bribery risks in the context of contract negotiation and management.
During this session, benefit from a practical approach on how to respond to a Dodd-Frank Whistleblower letter including a step-by-step overview of pertinent issues relevant to drafting a response and engaging with the Government.
Taking a historical review approach, this session will provide an overview of key compliance and enforcement milestones since the inception of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act including capsule summaries of U.S. and international standards for compliance that can be used in educating board members and other key stakeholders.
The primary objective of this course is to increase awareness of economic sanctions and to equip learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify and report potential issues to their compliance departments. *Note this course is credited at .5 credits. To obtain the full .5 credits, please complete both the course and the quiz*