Entries in Dodd-Frank Act (10)
A compliance officer for Siemens' heathcare business in China said in a federal lawsuit this week that he was fired a week after complaining about the company's risky business practices.
On a tarmac at Congo's Goma Airport, customs agents seized a Gulfstream jet with millions of dollars in cash on board.
The SEC said today it received 3,001 whistleblower tips during the past fiscal year.
There were 115 FCPA-related complaints.
A European Parliamentary committee approved proposed legislation this week that would require European extractive companies to publish payments they make to governments.
The news today that former jailed banker Bradley Birkenfeld will be paid $104 million by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a whistleblower may be the biggest FCPA enforcement event of the year.
Do whistleblowers have any protection against retaliation under your whistleblowing program?
As companies adjust to the new whistleblowing regimes under the Dodd-Frank Act, what changes do you recommend that they make to their existing compliance programs to ensure they are adequately prepared to manage whistleblowers and/or CFTC inquiries in response to whistleblower complaints?
It's not an FCPA case.
But it is the first bounty paid to a whistleblower by the SEC under the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act.
I recently sat down with Vincente Martinez, Director of the CFTC Whistleblower Office (WBO), who graciously agreed to answer some of my questions about the WBO.