Tag Archives | Corporate Compliance

Understanding What Your Code Of Conduct Can And Should Be – By Joel A. Rogers

At the simplest level, a Code of Conduct should be a user-friendly guide for employees, written in plain language, that helps them navigate ethical issues in their everyday business activities. When they function at their best, good Codes of Conduct deliver a powerful message to readers both inside and outside of the company. They communicate to […]

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Bombardier Investigation Illustrates Importance of Doing Your Due Diligence

Bombardier, a company that produces aircraft and train equipment and is headquartered in Montréal, Canada is under scrutiny after one of its sales executives in the Sweden office was arrested. In 2013, the Stockholm-based train division of Bombardier won a $350 million contract to supply Azerbaijan with an interlocking system for railway switches and signals. […]

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Acting Brazil President Dissolves Anti-Corruption Agency

Michel Temer assumed office yesterday as interim president following President Dilma Rousseff’s removal who is awaiting trial for impeachment.  Mr. Temer’s first formal act was to approve Provisional Measure No. 726 of May 12, 2016, which completely dissolves Brazil’s main anti-corruption enforcement agency, the Comptroller General (CGU). This Provisional Measure dissolved and/or merged a series of Ministries […]

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C2I Owner Featured in Women of Distinction Magazine

The December 2015 Women of Distinction Magazine features a cover article on C2I President and CEO, Kendra Cook. The article focuses on Kendra’s success in the Global Trade Compliance and Aerospace Engineering communities over the past 12 years.  For more insight into C2I and its owners, check out the article at: http://go.epublish4me.com/ebook/ebook?id=10087016#/0

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What Distinguishes C2I from its Competitors

C2 International (C2I) is unique amongst its competitors because we don’t just have the book knowledge, we have the real world experience to back it up.  Kendra and Justin have both worked on multiple programs for a wide variety of customers that required export control. Whether it was a classified program being worked in secure facilities […]

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Qualcomm, Inc. Pays $975M to China Regulators Resulting from China Antitrust Law Violations

With one of the largest corporate fines to-date, Qualcomm Inc. was required to pay $975 million to regulators in China for violating China’s Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), their country’s law prohibiting antitrust / anti-competitive practices. Qualcomm, Inc., a U.S. firm that develops technology for wireless devices (www.qualcomm.com), agreed in the settlement to lower its royalty rates […]

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C2I Seminar: Expanding Internationally with Confidence by Ensuring Global Trade Compliance

Please join us in Taiwan on February 3, 2015 for a presentation on “Expanding Internationally with Confidence by Ensuring Global Trade Compliance”   Discussion Topics: 1. Gain Insight into the Key Components of a Successful Global Trade Compliance Program a. Export/import, sanctions programs, anti-boycott regulations, and anti-corruption regulations b. Tips for maintaining compliance 2. International […]

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C2I is Coming to Taiwan 3 February 2015!

C2 International is pleased to announce that we are working with the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) to host a seminar in Taipei, Taiwan on February 3rd. C2I will be promoting our Global Trade Compliance consultancy service to firms that purchase or license U.S. export-controlled components, technology or end-­items for their use in Taiwan or in other […]

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Are Corporate Compliance Programs Cover-up Programs?

The U.S. Supreme Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit made a ruling permitting corporations to hide documentation of fraud obtained in internal corporate compliance investigations.  A whistleblower who formally worked for the defense contractor KBR is seeking review and appeal of this ruling, because in effect, it permits companies to gag employees who try […]

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