FCPA: DoJ and SEC guidance (part three) — who is a 'foreign official'?
This presentation, which forms the third part of a series focusing on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), looks at who constitutes a ‘foreign official’ under the FCPA, specifically addressing the circumstances in which an employee of a state-owned or state-controlled commercial entity will be considered a foreign official.
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