Anti-Bribery and Corruption

Organizations risk exposure to criminal liability and significant penalties for non-compliance with the various anti-bribery laws. The Anti-Bribery and Corruption (U.S.) Module not only outlines an organization’s obligations under this area of law, but also covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, 18 USC s 2, 18 USC s201, 18 USC s208 and 147 other compliance sources. It provides practical steps to take to ensure that your bribery and corruption risks are identified and minimized.

Anti-Bribery and Corruption compliance content is organized by:
  • Overview 
  • Bribery and Corruption in Relation to Foreign Public Officials 
  • Application of Anti-Bribery and Corruption Laws of Foreign Jurisdictions 
  • Bribery and Corruption in Relation to U.S. Public Officials 
  • Commercial Bribery and Corruption 
  • Bribery and Corruption in Relation to Financial Institutions and Examiners 
  • Risk Identification and Management 
  • Duties of Directors and Senior Officers 
  • Guidelines and Policies 
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Education and Training 
  • Maintaining Central Registers of Information 
  • Financial Reporting and Record-Keeping 
  • Investigation and Enforcement 

Meet The Author

Sharie A. Brown is a recognized leader in ethics, compliance, risk assessments and investigations involving financial fraud, corruption, civil forfeiture actions, trade and export controls, and OFAC sanctions. Sharie is regarded as a trusted advisor and skilled investigator in financial fraud matters, FCPA anti-bribery and whistleblower investigations, M&A compliance due diligence, risk assessments and compliance program training, as well as OFAC sanctions, U.S. anti-boycott law, and anti-money laundering requirements.

Sharie chaired the white-collar defense and corporate compliance practice groups at two large international law firms. Previously, she was Mobil Oil Corporation’s ethics and compliance officer. Sharie also served as a federal prosecutor in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, where she handled tax, bank fraud and securities fraud cases, and was commended by the FBI Director. Sharie served as a partner at Troutman Pepper until her retirement in 2021.
Sharie Brown

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