What You Need To Know About the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Anti-Bribery Regulations

Recorded On: 06/14/2016

Join Larry Whitney and Tony Migliavacca for this session on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Anti-Bribery Regulations. Do you know what constitutes bribery of a public official? When conducting international business it is important to understand world-wide anti-corruption legislation which addresses the bribery of foreign public officials. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) was enacted in 1977 for the purpose of making it unlawful for certain individuals or companies to make payments to foreign government officials to assist in obtaining or retaining business. This session will address components of the law, how it is enforced,who it applies to and what can be done to protect yourself and your company. This session qualifies as an "elective" under the Product Safety Aware Program.

Larry Whitney

Director, Global Compliance

Larry Whitney is director, global compliance for Polyconcept, and directs PCNA's Import Logistics department. He is president of the board of directors for Quality Certification Alliance and also serves on PPAI's Product Responsibility Action Group. Whitney has participated in PPAI's Legislative Education and Action Day in Washington, D.C. for five years.

Whitney is a Certified Supply Chain Professional through APICS, and has a Certificate in Product Safety Management from the John Cook School of Business at St. Louis University. He has spoken on issues related to product safety and regulations governing imported products at events held by the International Product Health & Safety Organization, the National Association of Foreign Trade Zones and PPAI.

Tony Migliavacca

Environmental and Social Responsibility Representative

Tony Migliavacca joined AsiaInspection's environmental and social responsibility representative team in September 2015 and is instrumental in the design, onboarding and development of AI customers' sustainability programs, focusing on partnership and transparency within supply chains and the results of environmental and social impacts. Before joining AI, Migliavacca spent nearly 10 years working with major brands and retailers to define or improve their corporate social responsibility programs and keep them abreast of emerging issues, solutions and best practices.

Migliavacca received his Bachelor of Science in chemistry and mathematics from Sam Houston State University and attended the Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville for three years.


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