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FCPA Blog Daily News

Monday
Jun042018

Legg Mason resolves Libya-related FCPA charges for $64 million

Legg Mason Inc., a Maryland-based investment management firm, settled FCPA violations in Libya caused by its partner Société Générale S.A., by agreeing Monday to pay $64.2 million in penalties and disgorgement.

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Monday
Jun042018

SocGen pays $585 million to resolve Libya FCPA offenses

In the first coordinated enforcement action by the DOJ and French authorities in an overseas corruption case, a Paris-based bank agreed Monday to settle charges that it paid over $90 million in bribes to officials in Libya during the Qaddafi regime.

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Monday
Jun042018

Job: Sanctions Board Member - World Bank Group

Job Title: Sanctions Board Member - World Bank Group

Apply to: Odgers Berndtson

Location: Washington, DC

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Monday
Jun042018

New SFO director is an American lawyer

Lisa Osofsky (Image courtesy of Exiger)The UK attorney general Monday appointed an American lawyer with experience at the DOJ and in the private sector to head the Serious Fraud Office.

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Monday
Jun042018

Eric Lochner: The Internet of Things has huge compliance implications

Emerging technologies have a habit of sneaking up on corporate ethics and compliance functions, so anticipating their consequences is always a worthwhile pursuit. One emerging technology that isn't brand new but is still an enormous challenge is the Internet of Things.

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Monday
Jun042018

Job: Vice President, Global Compliance

Job Title: Vice President, Global Compliance

Employer: Lumber Liquidators, Inc.

Location: Richmond, Virginia USA

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Friday
Jun012018

In Vienna, history is looking down

On the sidewalk outside our Airbnb at Prinz Eugen Strasse 18, there's a bronze plaque. It says, "Here lived Maria von Newlinski (born May 13, 1869) until April 28, 1944 when she was deported to Theresienstadt and died on January 21, 1945."

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Friday
Jun012018

Barbara Brooks Kimmel : Does your organization have ethical blindness?

"Many models of (un)ethical decision making assume that people decide rationally and are in principle able to evaluate their decisions from a moral point of view. However, people might behave unethically without being aware of it. They are ethically blind," three authors from the University of Lausanne wrote in 2011.

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Thursday
May312018

Spanish police release Bill Browder after red notice detention

From Bill Browder's twitter account.A British critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin was detained by Spanish police Wednesday on an international arrest warrant that Russia requested through Interpol.

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Thursday
May312018

Legg Mason reserves $67 million for FCPA settlement

Fund manager Legg Mason, Inc. said Wednesday it expects a settlement soon of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation into a unit that managed money for the Libyan government.

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Wednesday
May302018

In Malaysia, the inventory of Najib's ‘spoils’ keeps growing

Malaysian police with boxes siezed from Najib's condo (image via YouTube)Police in Kuala Lumpur are releasing more details about what they've seized from houses and condos belonging to Najib Razak, the former prime minister voted out of office this month amid a growing corruption investigation.

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Wednesday
May302018

Richard Bistrong: So who's watching the UN now?

In a recent FCPA Blog post, the author asks troubling questions about why so many corruption cases are coming out of the United Nations. Graft at the UN is something I know about, first hand.

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