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Julie DiMauro Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn Contributing Editor

Bill Waite Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah Contributing Editor

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FCPA Blog Daily News

Monday
Jun182018

Job: Sr Associate General Counsel - Telecommute

Job Title: Sr Associate General Counsel - Telecommute

Employer: UnitedHealth Group

Location: Telecommute

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Friday
Jun152018

A sense the rich and powerful are above the law

After 16 years, Afghanistan is now America's longest war. But the regime we're fighting for is one of the world's most corrupt. It ranked 177 out of 180 on the latest Corruption Perceptions Index.

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Friday
Jun152018

Seeking translators for Trust Alliance Principles

Over the past year, the Trust Across America - Trust Around the World Alliance has been developing a set of global Principles to help organizations and teams start a dialogue around building trust.

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Thursday
Jun142018

Resource Alert: New USDA "Ethics Illustrated" video

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Office of Ethics recently released a new Executive Branch innovation -- an animated/illustrated ethics video specifically for Federal employees.  

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Thursday
Jun142018

Luis Dantón Martínez Corres: Mexico election will decide fate of enforcement

Mexico is just weeks away from a groundbreaking election on July 1. The election has profound implications for the fate of the existing National Anticorruption System.

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Thursday
Jun142018

Andy Spalding: Will FIFA now follow the IOC’s lead?

The 2026 FIFA World Cup vote already reflects the significant steps FIFA has taken to reduce corruption. Will it now follow the International Olympic Committee example and take the next step?

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Wednesday
Jun132018

Lindsay Columbo: EU adopts tougher, more consistent AML rules and penalties

The European Commission issued a statement last week announcing more robust rules on the criminalization of money laundering and penalties for offenses.

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Wednesday
Jun132018

Worth MacMurray: How to know if your program is ISO 37001 certifiable

The conventional wisdom among many of those responsible for managing organizational FCPA risks is that the existence of a reasonably good program equates to having an ISO 37001 anti-bribery management system "covered."

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Wednesday
Jun132018

American lawyer considered for Ukraine anti-corruption post

Tom Firestone (Image courtesy of Baker & McKenzie)Last week in Ukraine, the Rada (parliament) chose an auditor for the National Anti-Corruption Bureau.  A surprising finalist in the selection process was an American lawyer.

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Tuesday
Jun122018

Hoping to do business in North Korea? Ah, a few red flags . . .

Assuming OFAC someday lifts the trade sanctions, and business between American companies and North Korea becomes legally possible, what does the initial due diligence look like?

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Tuesday
Jun122018

Selva Ozelli: How should cyptocurrency bribes be valued?

At the federal level in the United States, cryptocurrencies have a lot of regulators -- FinCEN, OFAC,  the IRS, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and the SEC among them. 

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Tuesday
Jun122018

IACA seeks partners in long-term compliance research project

The International Anti-Corruption Academy near Vienna, Austria -- best known for its advanced degree programs and shorter training sessions for mid-career compliance professionals and others -- is looking for participants in its Corporate Compliance Program Benchmark Project.

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