The Bank Bribery Act

Course overview

The Bank Bribery Amendments Act of 1985 requires that the financial institution regulatory agencies publish guidelines to assist employees, officers, directors, agents, and attorneys of financial institutions in complying with the law. The Act is in place to prevent misconduct in lending transactions; but it also applies more broadly to "any business or transactions," so it includes vendors, contractors, and anyone else that may have contracts with the financial institution as well. Watch this course to learn more!
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