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Harry Cassin
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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Russell A. Stamets
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Is the London property market a safe haven for dirty money?

According to a report Wednesday from Transparency International, the boom in the London property market has been fueled by dirty money from around the world.

The report said more than 36,000 properties in London are owned by anonymous companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, Isle of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey, among others.… Continue Reading

I confess. Colombia isn’t perfect

Yes it’s true. Latin America is perceived as a high-risk destination, with too much corruption and government oversight that falls short when measured against the United States, Europe, and other more developed economies.… Continue Reading

Avoiding neomercantilist fallacies when thinking about the FCPA

Readers of the FCPA Blog are no strangers to the heightened attention recently paid to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Much of that attention, unfortunately, comes from a neomercantilist perspective.

Neomercantilism is the modern version of mercantilism, an economic policy that attempts to increase the wealth of a nation by managing trade and investment.… Continue Reading