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Fighting Global Corruption: Business Risk Management
2001
  

2001

Fighting Global Corruption: Business Risk Management is intended to provide a general description of corporate compliance programs, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and emerging global anticorruption frameworks. It is not intended to substitute for the advice of legal counsel on specific issues related to the FCPA. Moreover, material in this brochure is not intended to set forth the present enforcement intentions of the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), or any other U.S. government agency with respect to particular fact situations.

--  (A) A Message from the Secretary
--  (B) Acknowledgements
--  (C) Corruption: Why It Matters
--  (D) Developing an Anticorruption Strategy: Detection and Prevention Measures for Businesses
--  (E) General Elements of An Effective Corporate Compliance Program
--  (F) Accountability - Good Governance Is Good for Businesses and Governments
--  (G) Recognizing and Making Anticorruption Issues Part of the Business-Government Dialogue
--  (H) Promoting Good Business Practices in Transitional Economies
--  (I) U.S. Efforts to Combat Global Corruption: Leveling the Playing Field
--  (J) Key Goals of U.S. International Anticorruption Policy
--  (K) The Emerging Global Anticorruption Environment
--  (L) International Financial Institutions, International Organizations, and Non-Governmental Organizations
--  (M) The Role of Civil Society
--  (N) The Road Ahead: Corruption and Good Governance
--  (O) Reporting Corruption
--  (P) Appendix A: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - Antibribery Provisions
--  (Q) Appendix B: Relevant Websites
--  (R) Appendix C: Guiding Principles For Fighting Corruption
--  (S) Appendix D: Bibliography and Recommendations for Further Reading

  
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