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University of Miami Program To Train Health Care Executives on Tackling Ethical and Compliance Issues When Doing Business in Latin America
Date:10/1/2013

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  • Development of compliance programs
  • Reputation management
  • Anticorruption and transparency
  • Local and international enforcement
  • Decision making in an uncertain legal environment
  • Latin American trade associations and codes
  • Interacting with government
  • Interacting with third-party intermediaries
  • Global and regional anti-corruption conventions
  • U.S. and U.K. anti-corruption legislation
  • The University of Miami has offered the program since 2011. Firms and individuals interested in learning more about the program should contact David Lecón at 305-284-9154 or davidlecon@miami.edu or visit http://www.bus.miami.edu/executive-education/open-enrollment/compliance-certificate/.

    About the University of Miami School of Business Administration

    The University of Miami School of Business Administration is a comprehensive business school, offering undergraduate business, full-time MBA, Executive MBA, MS, PhD and non-degree executive education programs. One of 12 colleges and schools at the University of Miami, the School is located in a major hub of international trade and commerce and acclaimed for the global orientation and diversity of its faculty, students and curriculum. The School delivers its programs at its main campus in Coral Gables as well as at locations across
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