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International Anti-Corruption Statutes and the FCPA
This panel from the forum "Cutting-Edge Issues in Compliance and Business Conduct" focused on both the costs and challenges of corruption. Nancy Boswell gave an overview of the scope of the problem in both developing and underdeveloped nations, and provided new insights into the changing attitudes of NGO's and third world governments, both of who are more effectively challenging the "corruption as a cost of doing business" mentality. Marjorie Doyle was very articulate about the difficulties of policing FCPA compliance within large multi-national organizations. Bob Mattson's focus is described more fully below.
Marjorie Doyle, Global Practice Leader, Ethics & Compliance Solutions LRN
Robert Mattson, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
"International Anti-Corruption Statutes and the FCPA" was part of a one-day forum co-hosted by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, the Bay Area Ethics and Compliance Association (BECA), and the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association (ECOA).
May 28, 2008