AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FCPAméricas LLC (www.FCPAmericas.com) today launches a revamped website, providing commentary on developments in U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance and enforcement in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. The website covers anti-corruption issues with an emphasis on matters that relate to Latin America, featuring posts written by multilingual FCPA lawyers with deep experience in the region.
“Bribery occurs in all languages. International anti-corruption laws don’t discriminate on the basis of language. Compliance must be conducted in local languages. It makes sense for FCPA commentary to be available in multiple languages as well”
“Bribery occurs in all languages. International anti-corruption laws don’t discriminate on the basis of language. Compliance must be conducted in local languages. It makes sense for FCPA commentary to be available in multiple languages as well,” said Matteson Ellis, Founder and Editor of FCPAméricas.
Since its launch almost two years ago, FCPAméricas has rapidly grown into one of the most-read FCPA blogs on the internet. It is a go-to resource for anti-corruption professionals throughout the hemisphere. FCPAméricas now averages over 10,000 visits per month.
The upgraded site offers translated versions of key previous posts and future posts in Spanish and Portuguese. Its new home page features an “FCPA Basics” tab, a primer for those unfamiliar with the FCPA, also provided in Spanish, Portuguese, and English.
The site has added two multilingual anti-corruption attorneys as contributors, and features advertisements from The Mintz Group and Merrill Brink International, two trusted companies that work on compliance issues in Latin America. The blog is currently exploring additional strategic partnerships.
For more information, contact FCPAméricas LLC at firstname.lastname@example.org or call, in the United States, 855-327-2529.
FCPAméricas (www.FCPAmericas.com) provides technical commentary from international anti-corruption lawyers in English, Spanish, and Portuguese on corruption issues in Latin America in a way that is relevant to seasoned practitioners and accessible to newcomers to the FCPA. Our most frequently read posts describe unique corruption risks found in the region, suggest adjustments to compliance programs to respond to local cultures, and analyze regional anti-corruption developments. FCPAméricas readers tend to be professionals familiar with the FCPA and anti-corruption issues, such as in-house counsel, corporate compliance officers, and government and private sector lawyers. FCPAméricas also attracts a strong readership of non-U.S. lawyers and professionals interested in anti-corruption issues in Latin America.