Navigating the Evolving Challenges of Business Corruption, Fraud and FCPA Issues in China's New Normal

September 24, 2015 at 2 p.m. EDT

China is the world's second largest economy and over recent years has been the world's main driver of global economic growth, making it a critical market for multinational companies and private equity investors. However, after two decades of rapid growth, China's economy has reached a critical inflection point and is now unmistakably slowing. The pressure from structural changes underway will generate an environment even more conducive for fraud and corruption than ever before. Understanding the impact of China's new normal will be critical for CFEs to address potential fraud issues and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge 

Course Level: Overview

Prerequisite (recommended): None

Advanced Preparation: None

Duration: 100 minutes

CPE Credit: 2


You Will Learn How To:

Relate the Fraud Triangle framework to the Chinese economy

Recognize China's changing economy and anti-corruption efforts

Determine why corruption is a significant issue in China

Identify fraud risks that are unique to China

Choose compliance program essentials and best practices

Recognize FCPA compliance elements


Target audience:

Lawyers and legal professionals




Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals


Delivery Format: Group Internet Based


Brent C. Carlson, CFE
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