160100 – Anti-Corruption: The Case of the Improper Payment – Global Edition (Facilitation Payments Prohibited)
A corrupt payment has been made, and it's up to you to solve the mystery of who made it.
In this Whodunnit mystery-style course, learners investigate various payments, transactions, and interactions, and solve related challenges to bring them closer to the culprit. Along the way, they receive guidance on which types of payments are and aren't permissible under anti-corruption laws and organizational policy.
They also receive instruction on conducting third-party due diligence, identifying red flags, and monitoring third-party partners conducting business on the organization’s behalf.
Lastly, this course outlines recordkeeping requirements and best practices and offers direction on how to report real or suspected violations.
This course leverages an immersive storyline and course concept for increased learner engagement.
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Key Terms: acceptable expenses | bribery | corrupt payments | corruption | directing business | due diligence | facilitation payments | fraud | monitoring | non-retaliation | obtaining business | public officials | recordkeeping | records | red flags | reporting | retaining business | third parties | third party | unacceptable expenses