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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 11 June 2015
Below is a recap of resources about Corporate Compliance and how it relates to the Brazil Clean Act Company, U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and international anti-corruption enforcement and compliance in general.
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Get the English Translation of Brazil’s DECREE No. 8.420 of 18 MARCH 2015
On 18 March, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff issued a presidential decree regulating the Clean Company Act which took effect on 28 January 2014. This law affects companies conducting direct or indirect activities in Brazil, whether through an employee, independent contractor, subsidiary or as part of a supply chain.
Click here to download Merrill Brink’s translation of the decree and find out crucial information on the administrative liability of acts committed against the national or a foreign government and other provisions of the presidential decree.
Anti-Corruption Compliance Programme
Have you read our new white paper, “From ‘Detect’ to ‘Prevent’: Translation Solutions as a Preventative Tool in Your Anti-Corruption Programme.” Thomas R. Fox, a veteran legal expert and author of several award-winning books on FCPA and UK Bribery Act anti-corruption compliance programmes, authored the white paper.
Download Merrill Brink’s white paper to learn how to effectively ensure that all employees are thoroughly trained in compliance.
Jay Rosen of Merrill Brink discusses Code of Conduct with Eric Morehead of NYSE Inside Compliance
This episode of NYSE Governance - Inside Compliance features insight from Jay Rosen, VP of Language Solutions at Merrill Brink International. Jay and Eric Morehead describe how organisations can most efficiently create and distribute translated codes of conduct to their global subsidiaries. Jay also discusses the advantages to retaining a third-party translation service, how organisations can leverage repetition during the translation process, and whether companies should try and translate other documents besides the code.
Click here to watch the video. (You will be redirected to the NYSE Governance website).
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Full article: http://www.merrillbrink.com/legal-translation-resource-vol1-06032015.htm
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