By Panagiotis Bayz
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Managing Director, Ethics and Compliance
The AES Corporation
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Director, Business Ethics & Senior Corporate Counsel
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Given the compliance expectations of regulators and the increase in enforcement actions by BIS, DDTC and OFAC, it can be a challenge to stay safe in a global business environment. Should you monitor your international charitable grantees? Does your due diligence of business partners consider risks of trade sanctions or anti-terrorism laws? This program on legal compliance with the FCPA's under-recognized cousins seeks to provide an overview and general primer into trade sanctions, import-export and anti-boycott compliance -- for large and small companies. The program will explore the critical elements of a global compliance program -- including identifying your vulnerabilities, and monitoring the compliance of third parties -- and offer insight into recent enforcement actions.
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