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.… Continue Reading
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.… Continue Reading
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.… Continue Reading
Employer: Lumber Liquidators, Inc.
Location: Richmond, Virginia USA
Description: The Vice President, Global Compliance, is responsible for managing and operationalizing compliance and ensuring that the Lumber Liquidators and its employees are complying with all applicable laws and regulations and with all internal policies and procedures.… Continue Reading
“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.… Continue Reading