In this webinar, we will discuss what we learned from FCPA enforcement actions in 2022, and touch on what to expect in 2023 and beyond. While the total number of FCPA enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Department and Justice (“DOJ”) and Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) paled in comparison with more recent, pre-pandemic years, organizations should resist the temptation to be lulled into a false sense of security.
While statistics reveal that FCPA enforcement activity in 2022 was somewhat subdued—roughly on par with activity from the previous year—combatting bribery and corruption on an international scale remains a core priority of the Biden Administration. In addition, the enforcement statistics alone are illusory in that they fail to capture the total number of ongoing government investigations into potentially more sophisticated FCPA violations.
In this webinar, we discuss some of the more prominent FCPA-related settlements reached by the DOJ with violators this year. We also discuss the implications of the DOJ’s decision to update its Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies and offer practical recommendations for legal and compliance professionals to consider in evaluating the strength of their current FCPA compliance efforts. Finally, we discuss the continued importance of effective third-party risk management as a safeguard against
potential FCPA violations.
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