Compliance and Ethics Programs: A Detailed Look at U.S. Sentencing Guidelines
Workplace fraud through asset misappropriation, corruption and deceptive financial reporting continues to plague virtually all types of organizations. While, many companies have combated fraud to some degree, the effort often falls short for a variety of reasons. A comprehensive compliance and ethics program will help mitigate the risks of adverse legal actions, including those associated with rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). This training session explores common reasons for failure; and more importantly, discuss solutions through seven minimum requirements for encouraging ethical conduct and demonstrating a commitment to compliance with the law as published by federal guidelines. Topics include:
The recommended field of study is 'regulatory ethics' and this session can be customized into either an 8 or 4 CPE credit training session. No prerequisites are required as this is a "basic", entry level session. No advance preparation is required. Attendees must meet attendance requirements and complete an evaluation to qualify for CPE credit. The attendance requirements for live sessions include signing in and out with on-going monitoring. For Internet based sessions, attendees must successfully respond to random questions confirming their attendance.
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