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FCPA Blog Daily News

Monday
Aug132018

Back to basics: The ten elements of an effective compliance program

The best primary source material for creating and maintaining an anti-corruption compliance program is still Chapter 8 of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines.

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Monday
Aug132018

Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez: Telling corrupt actors to be less corrupt doesn’t help anyone

Almost by necessity, most articles, reports and academic papers discussing the topic of corruption start by establishing that corruption is morally wrong and economically/politically detrimental. The point, beyond providing the reader with the basic information required to venture through the rest of the text, has become a sort of ritual with little more meaning than to ascertain the pertinence of the topic. 

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Monday
Aug132018

Caterina Bulgarella: Why customer needs sink to the bottom of institutional priorities

The Banking Standards Board (BSB) recently released the results of its second annual culture assessment across a sample of firms in the UK banking sector.

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Monday
Aug132018

Job: Associate General Counsel, Investigations

Job Title: Associate General Counsel, Investigations

Employer: Facebook

Location: Menlo Park, California USA

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Friday
Aug102018

Why do ‘normal’ employees violate the FCPA?

People who've violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act fall into two categories: those who had criminal intent from the start, and those who stumbled into the offense.

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Friday
Aug102018

Leadership lessons from the center of Operation Car Wash

Judge Sérgio MoroOperation Lava Jato (Car Wash), one of the largest anti-corruption cases in the world, has been toiling away over the past four years, bringing corrupt politicians and executives in Brazil to justice.

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Thursday
Aug092018

Jho Low party boat sails into Malaysia

The $250 million super yacht once belonging to 1MDB fugitive Low Taek Jho docked in Malaysia Tuesday.

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Thursday
Aug092018

Resource Alert: IACA Regional Summer Academy (Beijing) 

The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is holding a Regional Summer Academy — East and Southeast Asia from September 9 to 16 in Beijing, China.

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Wednesday
Aug082018

Law prof named CCO of ‘wounded’ Michigan State University

A law professor has become the chief compliance officer at Michigan State University as the school tries to recover from one of the worst sex abuse scandals in American history.

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Wednesday
Aug082018

Martin Kenney: Yes, Mossack Fonseca was a mess. But don't blame the BVI

I have had several dealings with Mossack Fonseca over the years, while trying to identify its clients who had wronged my own.

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Wednesday
Aug082018

Najib charged with money laundering

Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak was charged Wednesday with three counts of money laundering tied to the looting of billions of dollars from a government sovereign wealth fund.

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Tuesday
Aug072018

Andrew Gordon: Why it’s integrity that matters

Despite regulators across the world getting tougher on corporate bribery, levels of perceived corruption appear to show no improvement since 2012. But instead of asking whether regulators are doing enough, maybe the question is whether businesses are doing enough.

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