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Course Types
Full Length
Compliance Training
Brazilian Clean Company Act (CCA)
UK Bribery Act
United States Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA)
Singapore Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA)
German Criminal Code
French Criminal Code
Sapin II
All Learners
Bribery & Corruption
Adaptive Learning

Bribery and corruption are unethical and illegal ways to obtain a business advantage and profits, and the consequences far outweigh any potential gains. Doing business the right way matters: for your employees, your business partners and your reputation.

Global Anti-Bribery and Corruption Basics gives learners guidance on what is expected of them when it comes to fighting bribery and corruption and keeping them out of the workplace. It starts with an overview of key laws in the global fight against corruption and then progresses to providing foundational information such as key terms and concepts. Coverage also includes how to recognize and handle high-risk situations, best practices for internal controls compliance and much more.

When employees know the basics of bribery and corruption, they can put that knowledge to work to combat unethical and illegal activity. The end result is better business practices and a better organizational culture.

Course Details

All learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • United States Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA)
  • UK Bribery Act
  • Brazilian Clean Company Act (CCA)
  • Singapore Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA)
  • German Criminal Code
  • French Criminal Code and Sapin II Law
  • Definitions of “bribery” and “anything of value”
  • Examples of items that are generally permissible to give or receive
  • The prohibition against facilitation payments
  • Overview of influence peddling
  • Who can be considered a government official – and why it matters
  • The prohibition against commercial bribery
  • Best practices for complying with organizational policies on gifts, meals and hospitality
  • Rules around working with government officials
  • Avoiding even the appearance of bribery
  • Guidelines for working with third parties
  • Keeping accurate records
  • Suspicious accounting practices
  • Reporting concerns and asking for guidance
  • Non-retaliation for reports
  • A reminder of their important responsibilities
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify