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Identifying Red Flags in Ethics and Compliance Program

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Overview

  • Destroyed faith
    10 mins
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    21 mins
  • The Fraud Triaangle
    39 mins
  • Ethics vs. Compliance
    76 mins
  • Human aspect of Ethical Dilemmas in the organizational context
    97 mins
  • Ethics
    110 mins
  • Ethics and Compliance: Role of executives
    126 mins
  • Testing of ongoing assessment
    156 mins
  • Anticorruption compliance
    166 mins
  • Ways that a company can establish and reinforce tone at the top
    195 mins
  • How to establish a robust ethics and compliance program
    222 mins
  • Red Flags for Corrupt business practices
    249 mins

Course Description

Ethics and compliances are what guide us, to tell the truth, keep our promises, or help someone in need. But it is not limited to these ideas. It provides clarity, transparency into action and results, a safe environment to operate in that is just impossible to get in its absence. Therefore we must understand the red flags that suggest when it is not being followed. 

It is observed that businesses are coming under increased scrutiny, both at home and abroad, to ensure that their domestic and foreign operations comply with anti-corruption and anti-bribery legislation. International trends towards tougher legislation and increased enforcement of anti-corruption laws internationally make non-compliance a real risk that companies must address as a business priority. There are significant financial, business, and reputational repercussions to not having an anti-corruption policy and effective compliance program in place. These could include criminal charges, hefty fines, and lost revenues. Corruption has widespread economic effects – such as the development and quality of infrastructure – and social effects – like the erosion of trust and threats to national security.

One of the most challenging aspects of anti-corruption compliance is ensuring that it is integrated into company operations and the overall business strategy. In the same way that security regulations are only effective if they are accepted, understood, and implemented by all, anti-corruption procedures require employees to accept and appreciate their effectiveness in order to ensure appropriate implementation.

Although talented people with the best intentions design anti-corruption compliance procedures, they are up against audacious individuals who can be very creative at bypassing predefined rules. It is, therefore, necessary to question our way of addressing the issue on a regular basis. Compliance must evolve constantly to adapt to the ever-changing methods used by criminals. Beyond the illegal exchange of money, corruption can include the agreement to exchange a bribe, hiding the information through bookkeeping, encouraging employees to seek out unethical agreements, or preventing them from going to the authorities.

A robust ethics and compliance program is much more than just policies and documentation. Ethics and compliance must be ingrained in the company culture and fostered throughout a company’s processes and interactions. On a positive note, a shift in the cultural acceptance for corporate corruption is occurring as awareness of the issue spreads globally and corporations embrace a more level playing field on which to do business. 

This Online Ethics CPE Webinar covers the following Key Topics:

  • Anti-bribery prohibitions.
  • What constitutes bribery and corruption? 
  • Consequences of corruption.
  • Anti-corruption training and certifications for employees.
  • Training Executives on Anti-Corruption Laws: Best Practices.
  • Ways that a company can establish and reinforce tone at the top.
  • How to Establish a Robust Ethics & Compliance Program.
  • How to integrate compliance and ethics in the organization's value.
  • Compare examples of what makes a compliance program effective.
  • Questions that need to be addressed and documented in order to have an effective and robust Ethics and Compliance Program in an organization.


This Online CPE webinar on Ethics outlines strategies for creating and maintaining a strong ethics and compliance program that will keep companies safe from corruption and associated risks. It is also a must for those in charge of internal control, risk management, or internal audit functions of the company.

Learning Objectives

  • To appraise the importance of training and follow-up.
  • To assess how to instill ethics from the top of the organization.
  • To compare examples of what makes a compliance program effective.
  • To integrate compliance and ethics in the organization's values.

Who Should Attend?

  • Accountant
  • Accounting Firm
  • Accounting Managers
  • Certified Management Accountant
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • CPA (Industry)
  • CPA - Mid Size Firm
  • CPA - Small Firm
  • Entrepreneurial CPA
  • Senior Accountant
  • Staff of Accounting Firm
  • Young CPA