Price: AED 3,000

Duration: 15 Hours

Timing: Flexible

Course Overview

Anti-Corruption course is designed to address the needs and deficiency  inverting public resources from important priorities such as health, education, and infrastructure. Corruption is also bad for business. Corruption is anti-competitive, leading to distorted prices and disadvantageous for honest business is a global problem, it impedes economic growth by dense  that do not pay bribes. It increases the cost of doing business globally and inflates the cost of government contracts in developing countries.

Corruption is a global problem. In the three decades since US’s Congress enacted the FCPA, the extent of corporate bribery has become clearer and its ramifications in a transnational economy starker. Corruption impedes economic growth by diverting public resources from important priorities such as health, education, and infrastructure. Corruption is also bad for business. Corruption is anti-competitive, leading to distorted prices and disadvantaging honest businesses that do not pay bribes. It increases the cost of doing business globally and inflates the cost of government contracts in developing countries.

A company’s code of conduct is often the foundation upon which an effective compliance program is built. The most effective codes are clear, concise, and accessible to all employees and to those conducting business on the company’s behalf.

Who is this Course for?

Compliance officers and auditors
Internal and External audit professionals.
Finance professionals who need to understand the corruption controls.
Accountants who want to move from bookkeeping to the more exciting and financially rewarding Financial Planning and Analysis role.

 

Course Outline

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
Foreign Officials
UK Bribery ACT
Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act,
Conflicts of Interest
Anti-Kickback Act
Actions of Agents
Recordkeeping
Common Red Flags
False Claims Act (FCA)
Whistleblowers
Gifts, Entertainment, and Travel Expenses
Charitable Donations
Political Contributions
Consequences for Non-Compliance

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