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Have you ever paid someone for doing you a favor? You may be accustomed to tipping wait staff or other service providers, but what if you paid a police officer for NOT issuing a parking ticket? Or if you gave a “gift” to a government official for signing a contract with your company? Tipping might be okay, but paying a bribe is a violation of the law. Bribery is widespread and exists almost everywhere and in many forms. Compliance programs address this and other forms of corruption. In this course we’ll discuss what corruption actually is by examining, for example, the difference between a tip and an illegal bribe. We will examine where corruption exists, how it exists, its ramifications, and the genesis of today’s anti-corruption laws. We’ll also focus on practical strategies for creating compliance policies and procedures that address and prevent corruption. We will learn about the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, and many other anti-corruption laws. Much of the course will focus on building out compliance policies and procedures that address corruption. We will also look at practical methods for preventing corruption in an organization as well as red flags and other mechanisms for identifying corruption early so that it can be adequately addressed....

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9 mai 2020

Best specialization for starting a career in compliance, highly recommended, Thanks to Andrew Kandel and Lauren Steinfel. you are always in my prayers


12 mai 2020

It has been a terrific experience and the materials /lecture provided were very much sufficient for learning and understanding the course

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14 juil. 2020

Excellent and informative

par Lázaro Q

27 nov. 2020

Its very a good course!

par Ayman G

23 août 2021

Very useful course !

par Mitzi H S M

4 juil. 2019

It's a great course

par Diego L

26 juin 2021

Very Good.......


21 mai 2020

Excellent course

par adan r

20 avr. 2021

perfect courses

par Mandeep S M

1 mai 2020

Amazing course.

par sonal v

7 mai 2020

Fab course !

par Paulo V A d O

18 févr. 2020

Good Course.

par Alfredo G

10 févr. 2020


par Marco R

3 août 2020

So nice

par Marjhori J V C

27 juin 2022


par Timothy L

31 mars 2020


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par Jeremy B

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par Julia S

7 oct. 2021

Overall, good information. One of the third week's links to an article was broken, but Google helped me locate the information. It would be nice to have been able to download the slides to go along with the videos.

par Nathália W

5 juil. 2022

it's a very good one, but the thing about send the final task to a collegue is a big problem for me. It last an eternity and we will never know when someone will act in good faith to do it in the right whey.

par Joel A C

15 janv. 2020

A good review of material. Just difficult enough, but not too taxing. Could even be a little more difficult to be honest. However, great for corporate upkeep or training.

par Marie A d G

12 mai 2020

course could be longer and more substantial, with more challenging quizzes

par Kike S

4 avr. 2020

Información muy concreta, pero explicativa y digerible.

par Khamis A M A

28 juil. 2022

Very useful, simple to follow

par Mohammed M B

1 juin 2020

Very very cool course

par Travis M

16 oct. 2021

although you will learn alot in the course in regards to compliance, the history of compliance, different regulating bodies, case studies, this certificate is a waste of time. i completed the Regulatory Compliance Specialization, i invested hours of time, spent the money for the certificate only to find out the certificate has a huge disclaimer stamped to the front of it which says its not a degree, its not the same as taking it on campus, it has no credit, and completely marginalizes the effort of the individual. the certificate might as well be written on a napkin as that's how potential and current employers are going to view it.