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Streamline FCPA Compliance with Cutting-Edge NAVEX Software

Bribery has no place in ethical business. Stay on the right side of anti-corruption laws by staying compliant with the FCPA.

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What is the FCPA?

Established in 1977, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is a U.S. law that forbids American companies and individuals from offering bribes to foreign officials to advance business transactions.

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FCPA compliance is no easy task

FCPA compliance and safeguarding against foreign corrupt practices is a complex task. Here’s a brief overview of the questions you may consider: 

  • Are we effectively monitoring and adjusting our organization’s employee policies and procedures to ensure FCPA compliance? 
  • How do we identify and prevent potential bribery, corruption or unethical conduct? 
  • How do we ensure our team stays informed and compliant with FCPA training requirements? 
  • Are we proactively overseeing compliance among our organization’s vendors, stakeholders and associates to mitigate the risk of corrupt activities? 
  • Do we have sufficiently strong internal controls to monitor payments to parties in high-risk jurisdictions? 
  • Do our employees know how to report potential FCPA violations?
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FCPA enforcement is a constant

There’s no denying it: when it comes to FCPA violations, the U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are keeping score. Enforcement actions against organizations found to violate the FCPA are costly and damage reputations.

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Showcase your dedication to FCPA compliance

FCPA compliance is crucial for thriving organizations. Why? Let’s discuss how adhering to FCPA compliance standards positively impacts your workforce and ensures smooth business operations. 

  • Foster an ethical workplace culture, reinforcing commitment to anti-corruption 
  • Stay compliant with global standards and avoid reputational damage or penalties 
  • Build trust with stakeholders and third parties  
  • Identify corruption or bribery early to avoid potential occurrences