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The Board's Role in Anti-Corruption Compliance

October 06, 2015
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EST

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Presented as part of the BDO KNOWLEDGE Webinar Series program, “The Board's Role in Anti-Corruption Compliance” will provide an overview for board members of the scope of anti-corruption legislation, expectations of board members in their oversight roles, and practical discussion on maximizing corporate resources, including data analytics tools and techniques, that may assist an organization in building and continuously monitoring an efficient and effective anti-corruption program to prevent, detect, and monitor anti-corruption risks.
Self-Study Course: 
If you missed the live webcast, you may access a CPE-worthy self-study course by clicking on the following link.

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Webinar Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the scope of anti-corruption regulation
  • Identify the board's oversight role in assessing risk and its exposure related to anti-corruption 
  • Recognize the key elements of an organizational anti-corruption program
  • Identify cost effective resources for building an effective anti-corruption program

CPE Certificates: Continuing Professional Education credit is available for those who have registered for and participated for the entire webinar (including being logged in for the duration of the webinar and being responsive to ALL polling questions).
Delivery: If you missed the live webcast, you may access the self-study course.
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.5 CPE credits in Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Program Level: Overview
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Webinar Handout Materials: The Board's Role in Anticorruption Compliance