Overview & Objectives

In collaboration with expert industry practitioners from Indonesia and beyond, and given the recent anti-bribery and corruption initiatives we have witnessed in the region, ethiXbase has designed a professional certification program to help provide the necessary knowledge for professionals on the fundamentals of ethics, compliance, and anti-bribery and corruption matters. With practical tutorial and case studies this course has been designed to demonstrate ways to build comprehensive and robust business ethics culture. We believe you should attend to learn some of the followings:

  • How to become an ethics champion – the fundamentals of ethical conduct and how to construct and promote a first class enterprise-wide business ethics framework
  • A comprehensive understanding of the legal landscape of bribery and corruption in local context – major enforcement issues and challenges facing compliance professionals
  • How cross border legislations (FCPA, UK Bribery Act) operate and apply to Indonesia – how bribery works, facilitation payments, gifts and entertainment, dealing with government & public officials
  • How to detect, investigate and prevent common corruption schemes and behaviour
  • How to properly and effectively deal with enforcement agencies when reporting corruption
  • Practical skills and techniques that can implemented effectively into the work place immediately

Who Should Attend?

  • Compliance, governance, risk, ethics, compliance training, HR and operations professionals
  • Legal, audit & forensic professionals and law enforcement personnel
  • Managers, supervisors and individuals responsible for decision making at middle to senior management level
  • Front office business practitioners & representatives – sales, procurement & front line teams
  • Business professionals and academics (educators and students) interested in ethics and anti-bribery & corruption compliance

How Does the Course Work?

The course will be delivered over one day in an interactive classroom environment mixing theory and case studies to encourage a practical, skills based technique. Sessions are devised and delivered by experts in the fields of law enforcement, ethical conduct and forensic investigations. The course will be conducted in English and an examination will be taken at the end covering all content with results delivered to students within a week.





Ethics, Conduct & Culture

  • Why ethical people engage in questionable conduct
  • Developing an ethical decision making framework
  • How to successfully cascade best practice within an organisation
  • Case studies: “Do The Right Thing” – Cultural norms versus legal obligations and what to do when faced with bribes




Risk Management

  • Understanding anti-bribery & corruption risks of a typical entity
  • How to prevent – anti-bribery & corruption compliance program
  • Fraud detection

Forensic Investigations

  • ABC investigation principles, evidence approach, accounting books and records, interviews, external intelligence sources
  • The role of technology in record keeping

Working with enforcement agencies and regulators

  • Who should be responsible and what to do about it after a company discovers corruption
  • Reporting violations to duly authorised enforcement agencies
  • How to deal with enforcement agencies properly and effectively
  • Case studies




What is bribery?

  • Payment, offer, receipt and soliciting bribes
  • Direct and indirect bribery
  • Case studies

Who does the law apply to?

  • Jurisdiction of the FCPA and UK Bribery Act
  • 3rd party suppliers and associated risk
  • Case study – employee and 3rd party due diligence

Abuse of Facilitation payments, gifts & entertainment

  • What are they and why they are illegal?
  • How to spot and prevent them?

Public officials and state owned entities

  • Particular risks when dealing with public officials
  • Examples of common bribery techniques




Indonesia’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Laws

  • Overview on Indonesia’s anti-bribery & corruption laws
  • Recent development in Indonesia’s law enforcement – what are regulators expecting?
  • Case studies


Test & Conclusion of Course