The Anti-Corruption Handbook: How to Protect Your Business in the Global Marketplace

  The Anti-Corruption Handbook: How to Protect Your Business in the Global Marketplace
 

 By William P. Olsen 

 

 

Description: 

 

The global marketplace can be risky business. Get the knowledge and tools you need to gain competitive advantage in the global markets with The Anti-Corruption Handbook: How to Protect Your Business in the Global Marketplace. Authoritative and timely, this essential guide equips you—whether you are an auditor, CFO, general counsel, internal auditor, compliance officer or forensic accountant—to readily identify the signs of corruption and fraud in the global marketplace and successfully investigate it.

 

This practical guide presents a clear picture of the world of global business corruption, with discussion of:

 

The U.S. laws governing corruption

The pitfalls of emerging markets

The key to unmasking corrupt activity

Reducing risk through technology

Intellectual property theft

The current state of anti–money laundering in the global marketplace

How to investigate allegations of corruption

Costs of corruption for specific industries, economies, and countries

 

With detailed coverage of the evolution and accounting provisions of the Foreign Corruption Practices Act (FCPA), The Anti-Corruption Handbook: How to Protect Your Business in the Global Marketplace sheds light on the issues and threats that your business faces, the risks of doing business in the global marketplace, and the precautions your organization must take to deter such activity from occurring in the first place.

 


 

Product Details:
Copyright 2010
ISBN 978-0-470-48450-0
Hardcover, 192 Pages
John Wiley & Sons
 

Table of Contents:

 

Chapter 1: Managing Corruption Risk

Chapter 2: What Is Anti-Corruption?

Chapter 3: U.S. Efforts to Combat Global Corruption

Chapter 4: U.S. Laws Governing Corruption

Chapter 5: The Evolution of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Chapter 6: Internal Controls and Accounting Provisions of FCPA

Chapter 7: Do Not Crimp: The Need for Oversight of Foreign Operations

Chapter 8: The Human Factor

Chapter 9: Corporate Governance: The Key to Unmasking Corrupt Activity

Chapter 10: Whistle-Blower Programs

Chapter 11: Document Retention

Chapter 12: Information Security: Intellectual Property Theft Is Often the Result of Government Corruption

Chapter 13: Anti-Money Laundering: The USA PATRIOT Act

Chapter 14: Procurement Fraud: Detecting and Preventing Procurement and Related Fraud

Chapter 15: Construction Fraud: Monitoring, Mitigating and Investigating Construction Fraud

Chapter 16: Special Investigations: How to Investigate Allegations of Corruption

Chapter 17: Navigating the Perils of the Global Marketplace

Chapter 18: Case for Collective Action: The World Bank Initiative

Chapter 19: Leveling the Playing Field