FCPA


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FCPAForeign Corrupt Practices Act
FCPAFujitsu Computer Products of America
FCPAFairfax County Park Authority (Virginia)
FCPAFellow CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
FCPAFellow Chartered Professional Accountant (Canada)
FCPAFair Campaign Practices Act
FCPAFellow of CPA Australia
FCPAForensic Certified Public Accountant
FCPAFootball Club du Pays de l'Arbresle (French football club)
FCPAFlorida Concrete & Products Association
FCPAFédération des Clubs de Pêche Amateurs (French: Federation of Amateur Fishing Clubs)
FCPAFellowship of Christian Physician Assistants
FCPAFootball Club Pays d'Anast (French football club)
FCPAFlorida Citrus Processors Association
FCPAFlorida Crime Prevention Association
FCPAFort Collins Police Association (Colorado)
FCPAFibre Channel Port Adapter (Cisco)
FCPAFlorida Certified Purchasing Agent (supply management specialist)
FCPAFellow Member of Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
FCPAFord Customer Product Audit
FCPAFlorida Clinical Practice Association (University of Florida Physicians, Gainsville, FL)
FCPAFootball Club Pays Aiglon (French football club)
FCPAFellow Certified Project Accountant (membership grade; Association of Certified Project Accountants)
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Walmart also consented to an administrative order with the SEC to resolve SEC findings related to violations of the FCPA's books and records and internal controls provisions.
They must also come up with effective strategies and techniques to mitigate the risks of exposure to potential FCPA violations.
They will provide an in-depth discussion of recent FCPA trends and developments.
The current significance of the FCPA stems from the same issues that resulted in its creation.
Ethics, transparency, and anticorruption are the pillars upon which the legislation was founded, and they remain an integral part of the future of international business because of the FCPA's requirement of accurate accounting records and intolerance of bribery payments.
Violations of the FCPA, even those occurring entirely outside this country, can have severe consequences, including civil and criminal liability for both a company and its employees.
The FCPA rested mostly dormant for over two decades before American prosecutors and securities enforcers eagerly embraced the statute at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
The company agreed to pay some $6 million to settle allegations that it violated the FCPA and "chilled" a whistleblower who reported the conduct, the SEC said.