Analyzing Your Compliance Training Programs to Decrease Risk and Improve Outcomes

You may have heard of Siemens, Germany’s mammoth technology conglomerate with a wooly paw in everything from power plants to trains. They are described in many ways, such as the international energy giant pioneering new electric highway technology. Or the global industrial behemoth using AI to create futuristic factories operated by robots.

Back in the late-aughts, the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Siemens with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, also known as FCPA. The FPCA makes clear that it is not ok to bribe government officials outside the U.S. for business gain.

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