||CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Overview
China has become the world's second largest economy, making it a critical market for multinational companies and private equity investors. However, China's unique combination of characteristics – a fast-growth developing economy, rapidly evolving legal system and the state's increasingly direct role in economic affairs – all make for a perfect storm of potential fraud issues, with corruption and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance at the forefront.
This course covers key corruption risk areas in China business. Case studies and lessons learned will provide strategies to help mitigate and prevent these risks.
What you will learn:
Why corruption is a big issue in China
Corruption risks associated with doing business in China
Tips for spotting corruption/FCPA issues
FCPA issues and strategies related to mergers and acquisitions, as well as on-going operations
Compliance program essentials and best practices
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PRESENTER: BRENT CARLSON, CFE
RECORDING DATE: APRIL 26, 2012
DURATION: 100 MINUTES
Field of study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Last Updated: April 2012
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