Bribery in International Business Transactions

Bribery in International Business Transactions  CPE Credit: 8
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Understanding of basic fraud examination techniques




Bribery, corruption and money laundering are often regarded as acceptable costs of doing business, particularly in international exchanges. The ACFE's comprehensive course, Bribery in International Business Transactions, illustrates the importance of combating these frauds on a global basis and the need to design and implement international standards. This course also provides an in-depth examination of international bribery and its impact on businesses worldwide.

You Will Learn How To:

Explain the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

Examine over 16 examples detailing actual bribery cases

Assess the main international initiatives against corruption

Define bribery and money laundering, types of schemes and risk assessment

Evaluate corporate compliance programs and controls


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Field of study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Last Updated: July 2013


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