In addition to incorporating these new [SEC/DOJ Resource Guide] insights, we’ve enriched our [FCPA] course further by adding new video vignettes and quiz questions.
Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) March 11, 2013
WeComply, Inc., a leader in online ethics and compliance training for employees, has announced a new version of its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) training course. This course is based on the new SEC/DOJ Resource Guide published in November 2012 and explains the major principles of U.S. anti-corruption law.
The FCPA course traces the historical background of the FCPA and explains the importance of compliance, as well as the significant costs of non-compliance. The course goes on to cover the basic principles of the FCPA, including the concepts foreign officials, corrupt intent, monetary payments, gifts, meals and entertainment, and travel expenses. The course also covers the actions of agents, red flags, exceptions and defenses, recordkeeping and penalties.
“Although the law itself has not changed," said Mike Pallatta, WeComply CEO, "the SEC/DOJ Resource Guide brings some much-needed clarity to how enforcement authorities view and approach FCPA violations, prosecutions and settlements. In addition to incorporating these new insights, we’ve enriched our course further by adding new video vignettes and quiz questions.”
For more information on WeComply’s new FCPA course, please visit http://www.wecomply.com/ethics-training/122096-foreign-corrupt-practices-act-fcpa-compliance-training-courses-classes.
WeComply is a leading provider of ethics and compliance training for employees in all industries and offers more than 100 courses that are easily customized and available in multiple languages both online and offline. Companies can host courses in their own LMS or use WeComply's patented system, which provides centralized administration, custom reporting and other advanced features. WeComply is the exclusive compliance training partner of Proskauer and the ACC Alliance. For more information, visit http://www.wecomply.com.