It’s not often anyone from the DOJ’s criminal division talks informally and on the record about FCPA enforcement actions.… Continue Reading
A new survey of chief compliance officers found that 38 percent of those with overall program responsibility report directly to their company’s CEO, while just 18 percent report to the general counsel or chief legal officer.… Continue Reading
Lawmakers in Vietnam are complaining that too many officials facing corruption charges aren’t being punished or are only paying small fines after they plead insanity.
A celebrity rabbi will plead guilty to bribing a senior police official and now faces up to a year in prison, Israel’s Justice Ministry said Wednesday.
An indictment by the state prosecutor alleged that Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto offered $200,000 to Efraim Bracha, the former head of the investigations department in the Israeli police, in exchange for information about an investigation involving the rabbi and one of his organizations.… Continue Reading
India will allow its military to buy from defense contractors that were previously banned because of graft allegations.
“Some purchases from six foreign companies, including Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc (RR/) and two local businesses that earlier faced curbs are now permitted, according to the Vice Chief of the Indian Air Force R.… Continue Reading
Newly rich Russian and Chinese consumers have kept the luxury sector buoyant in recent years. Will these markets continue to be the lands of opportunity for luxury brands as the world turns against Russia and the Chinese leaders enforce their anti-corruption campaign?… Continue Reading