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Voluntary Disclosure Program

Definition

A program instituted by the Securities and Exchange Commission in the 1970s, where corporations could report questionable foreign transactions, without naming specific names of people involved in the transactions. The purpose of the program was to encourage disclosure, without jeopardizing the careers of a corporation’s employees.

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