Issues in Developing a Global Compliance and Ethics Program
Increased economic activity in emerging markets has created many issues to which global organizations are struggling to adapt. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to creating a global compliance and ethics program.
This course will educate you on the issues you might encounter when developing a successful global compliance, ethics and anti-fraud program that spans multiple countries, and will provide you with ways to overcome them.
- How to address compliance violations
- How to ensure the program remains effective
- Recognizing cultural differences
- How to establish effective global policies
- Importance of fraud risk assessments when developing a global program
Basic understanding of anti-fraud, compliance and ethics programs
Table of Contents
|Why Develop a Global Compliance, Ethics, and Anti-Fraud Program?
|Common Challenges Faced When Developing a Global Program
|Recognizing Cultural Differences When Developing a Global Program
|Issues in Developing Consistent Standards of Behavior Globally
|Effective Corporate Governance
|Fraud Risk Assessments
|Compliance and Ethics Training
|Global Whistleblower Program
|Confidentiality and Privacy Laws
|Addressing Compliance Violations
|Monitoring the Program
|Ongoing Assessment and Awareness
Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.
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