AS GOVERNMENT ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS AROUND ANTI-CORRUPTION — SPECIFICALLY, THE U.S. FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT (“FCPA”) AND EQUIVALENT LAWS AND REGULATIONS IN EUROPE — CONTINUE TO RISE, COMPANIES DOING BUSINESS OUTSIDE THE U.S. MUST TAKE A MUCH MORE PROACTIVE APPROACH TO MITIGATING THE RELATED RISKS.
The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has introduced several new measures to increase prosecution of individuals for FCPA violations, including a one-year pilot program intended to motivate companies to voluntarily self-disclose FCPA-related misconduct, fully cooperate, and remediate flaws in controls and compliance programs.
This increased level of scrutiny requires companies to address the numerous and complex issues surrounding anti-corruption risk management, internal control compliance and training, as well as conduct robust investigations into allegations or “red flags” indicating possible non-compliance.
HOW WE HELP
StoneTurn assists to identify, investigate and monitor potential violations through:
“ON-THE-GROUND” GLOBAL ANTI-CORRUPTION EXPERTISE
StoneTurn has conducted engagements on-the-ground in countries ranging from newly-emerging to Brazil, Russia, China and India (BRIC) to highly-industrialized economies on almost every continent.
Through our network of senior advisers, we supplement our teams with experienced local professionals in nearly 100 countries. (Learn more about our Global Reach).
IN-HOUSE LANGUAGE CAPABILITIES
Our professionals are fluent in multiple languages, including: