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FCPA Blog Daily News

Tuesday
Jul312018

Mark Pyman: More anti-corruption leadership from business, please

Last month the international business community, in the form of the business B20 group, put out a call for G20 nations to develop national-level anti-corruption strategies (June 22, 2018, B20 and C20 joint statement on implementation of national anti-corruption strategies). They see this as a necessary complement to the efforts by G20 nations on asset recovery, beneficial ownership transparency, asset disclosure, open data and public procurement integrity.

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Monday
Jul302018

Martin Kenney: Why is the pressure on compliance professionals so intense?

Lindsay Columbo’s excellent post for the FCPA Blog (“How did due diligence ever become so complicated?”) articulated a set of thought-provoking observations that many of us working in the financial and legal sector, and who have compliance and KYC obligations, have been pondering for some time.

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Monday
Jul302018

Bray and Cheng: A strategic approach to compliance in today’s Malaysia

Political developments in Malaysia should provide a governance “wake up call” for international companies operating in the country, which urgently need to review their relationships with local business partners. If they did not conduct integrity due diligence before entering these relationships, they should consider doing so now.

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Monday
Jul302018

Job: Executive Director, Global Compliance

Job Title: Executive Director, Global Compliance

Employer: Incyte Corporation

Location: Wilmington, Delaware USA

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Friday
Jul272018

Arturo del Castillo: Revisiting World Cup fouls and corruption indexes

David Bligh's recent post for the FCPA Blog asked a provocative question: Did the Corruption Perceptions Index correlate with World Cup fouls?

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Thursday
Jul262018

Tom Fox: Venture capital firms like the business of compliance

Want any greater evidence of not only the effectiveness of compliance but its now mandatory nature as a business process going forward? Look no further than the marketplace.

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Thursday
Jul262018

DOJ: Don’t let FCPA enforcement fears stop M&A deals

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matthew MinerThe prosecutor who oversees the criminal division's FCPA unit said Wednesday the DOJ wants corporate acquisitions to happen and doesn't want the "specter of enforcement to be a risk factor that impedes such activity by good actors."

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Wednesday
Jul252018

Jesse Van Genugten: Foreign companies should beware of lopsided FCPA enforcement

In a novel, even if rather obscure manner, the Trump Administration has found a new way to put America first.

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Wednesday
Jul252018

Reoch and Barrett: Time to shift to ‘conduct from the top’

It has long been recognized that a critical principle of good governance and compliance is the implementation, promotion and communication of the right tone at the top. It is the fundamental groundwork in setting a company’s culture and is arguably the most important principle in the prevention and detection of bribery and unethical conduct.

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Tuesday
Jul242018

Scott Shaffer: Human intuition is a valuable due diligence tool

Two days ago, one of my senior analysts burst into my office proclaiming, “You can’t imagine what I found and how I found it!” My interest was piqued so he took a few minutes to explain the situation.  

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Tuesday
Jul242018

Federal Court: DOJ free to pursue alternate theories for FCPA jurisdiction

In the closely-watched criminal case against Chi Ping Patrick Ho pending in the Southern District of New York, the court last week rejected the defendant’s argument that an indictment cannot stack FCPA charges by alleging competing bases for jurisdiction. 

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Tuesday
Jul242018

Report: China pharma in vaccine scandal involved in multiple bribery cases

The Chinese pharmaceutical company under investigation for producing and selling ineffective children's vaccines has been involved in several recent cases of bribery, according to reports from Asia.

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