Strategies for Minimizing FCPA Risks Associated with Corporate Hospitality

Wednesday, July 12
2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT

What often makes Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance tricky for business organizations is that the underlying conduct can be a normal business activity. When gifts, corporate hospitality or other things of value are directed at a specific type of customer or prospective customer, the U.S. government might label the conduct as "bribery" and thereby expose the company to lengthy and expensive FCPA scrutiny and enforcement. 

During this 60-minute webinar, Professor Mike Koehler, a leading FCPA expert who runs the award-winning FCPA Professor website, will highlight:

  • Recent FCPA enforcement actions based on corporate hospitality and compliance take-away points from those actions.
  • Best practices for minimizing FCPA risk.

Additionally, Lacey Hughes, Sr. Functional Consultant at Concur, will share real practices and creative ways organizations are configuring, aggregating and using data from expense reports, travel itineraries and other sources to mitigate this business risk.

Any corporate personnel involved in hospitality (T&E) planning and execution are encouraged to attend this informative webinar.

Register today and join us on Wednesday, July 12 at 2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT.

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