The stakes are high and getting higher
If you’re involved in Audit, Finance, Legal, Risk Management or Compliance in a US or UK company doing any business in foreign markets, you’re probably under a lot of pressure to address FCPA and UK Bribery Act compliance. Having a compliance and monitoring program in place can both help ensure compliance, and also improve your negotiating position if violations do occur.
A technology-enabled strategy using data analysis is a keystone of an effective and efficient compliance program, with continuous auditing and monitoring playing a particularly powerful role. It’s risky to rely on “policies” alone – companies need to actively monitor transactions to ensure compliance with policies and ensure potential issues can be quickly identified without relying on a lot of additional manual effort.
If you don’t have the time or the in-house expertise to automate your FCPA or UK Bribery Act compliance testing, it may be time to talk to someone who can help.
Contact us for a free consultation.
– Lanny A. Bruer,
Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
“DoJ Warns on Heightened Fraud Enforcement,” Compliance Week
- Webinar: FCPA Dashboards and Scorecards
- eBook: Don’t Get Bitten by the FCPA
- eBook: Don’t Get Stung by the UK Bribery Act PDF
- Webinar: Compliance Week
- White Paper: Integrating Working Papers with Audit & Compliance Management