Tax and Accounting Risks of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Violations
Facilitating Payments Exceptions, FCPA Internal Controls, Monitoring Subsidiaries and Third Parties
Note: CLE credit is not offered on this program
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will provide practical guidance to corporate tax advisers on the tax and accounting implications of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) for U.S. companies with foreign operations.
- FCPA provisions and prohibitions
- Facilitation payments exemption
- FCPA risks when partnering with foreign quasi-governmental entities
- Internal controls provisions
- Section 162(c) tax risks of mischaracterized expenditures
- IRS treatment of disgorgement settlements under Section 162(f)
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What corruption risks do tax and accounting departments face?
- What compliance safeguards and internal controls can mitigate those risks?
- How can tax and accounting departments ensure their companies accurately record transactions and flag suspect transactions?
Alejandra Montenegro Almonte
Miller & Chevalier
Ms. Montenegro Almonte's practice focuses on the area of international regulatory compliance and enforcement across... | Read More
Ms. Montenegro Almonte's practice focuses on the area of international regulatory compliance and enforcement across a variety of areas, including anti-corruption and economic sanctions. Her experience on regulatory matters is multifaceted and includes internal investigations, voluntary disclosures, risk assessments, compliance program development, trainings, and audits. Ms. Montenegro Almonte has represented multinational companies before various government agencies, including the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC). She is a native Spanish-speaker and regularly conducts legal matters in both English and Spanish.Close
James G. Tillen
Miller & Chevalier
Mr. Tillen is Vice Chair of the firm’s International Department. His practice focuses on matters involving the... | Read More
Mr. Tillen is Vice Chair of the firm’s International Department. His practice focuses on matters involving the FCPA, money laundering, business and human rights, and other areas of international corporate compliance. He has significant experience with every facet of an FCPA enforcement matter, from inception to completion, including developing work plans for internal investigations, conducting internal investigations, developing remediation strategies, and negotiating resolutions. He has also conducted anti-corruption due diligence reviews and compliance audits.Close
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