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Tuesday
Apr042017

Job: Sanctions Attorney, Vice President (MUFG -- New York, NY)

Job Title: Sanctions Attorney, Vice President

Employer: MUFG

Location: New York, NY

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Monday
Apr032017

Richard Bistrong: When business leaders become compliance leaders

I’ve noticed a positive shift in corporate compliance events, especially during some of my overseas engagements. Compliance initiatives and ethical messages are coming directly from business leaders in addition to compliance executives.

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Monday
Apr032017

FCPA enforcement report for Q1 2017

During the first calendar quarter, there were six corporate FCPA enforcement actions and one individual resolution.

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Friday
Mar312017

Bill Waite: The SFO ain’t broke, so don’t fix it…

During parliamentary questions in December 2016, Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, announced that “The Cabinet Office will look at the UK’s response to economic crime more broadly” including the role and effectiveness of the Serious Fraud Office.

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Friday
Mar312017

Texas aviation boss jailed for bribing Mexico officials

The owner and president of a Texas aviation company was sentenced to 18 months in prison Thursday for helping to bribe officials in Mexico.

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Thursday
Mar302017

Donna Boehme: Chief compliance officers (and the DOJ) want accountability and discipline

CCOs know that accountability and discipline are difficult and perilous areas to embed in their programs for a number of reasons.

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Thursday
Mar302017

Former Thai tourism chief jailed 50 years for Bangkok Film Festival bribes

The former Thailand official who took bribes from a Hollywood producer and his wife was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday by a court in Bangkok.

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Wednesday
Mar292017

UK High Court upholds SFO in search against Unaoil

A court in London Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit by Unaoil and its controlling family to quash the fruits of a search police in Monaco conducted last year at the request of the UK Serious Fraud Office.

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Wednesday
Mar292017

Report: Bombardier Sweden linked to $85 million Azerbaijan payments

Authorities in Sweden arrested an executive and questioned several others from international engineering and manufacturing firm Bombardier as part of an investigation into corruption in Azerbaijan.

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Wednesday
Mar292017

Lise Smit: Why companies need to know their impact on human rights

Until a few years ago, corporate decision-makers often worried that knowledge about their company’s human rights impacts may increase risks of litigation, prosecution and investment withdrawal.

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Tuesday
Mar282017

Former compliance chief jailed for wire fraud conspiracy

The former chief compliance officer of a registered broker-dealer in Woodbury, New York was sentenced to six months in prison for stealing money from overseas investors who thought they were investing in Dell, Berkshire Hathaway, and BlackRock.

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Tuesday
Mar282017

Women in compliance: Don't linger in the wrong job

I've been looking at the role women now play in compliance in the United States and overseas. The good news is that more women have come into the ranks in top level compliance positions. But not all women have found success in those roles.

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