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Since its founding, the FCPA Blog has been a free resource used by compliance professionals globally. Today, we’re launching our Patreon, where you can show your support.


Why are we doing this? 

During the past 15 years, we’ve published more than 8,300 posts by more than 700 authors. Becoming a reader-supported publication will allow us to continue to provide outstanding FCPA and compliance coverage.

The FCPA Blog is an independent publication. The company that runs it (Recathlon) has two paid employees: myself and one other person. We’ve always put editorial integrity first. Since my father founded the FCPA Blog in 2007, we have never accepted any paid content in our posts.

Patreon support will help us continue improving the FCPA Blog and add more requested features.

Who should join our Patreon? 

If you find value in the FCPA Blog’s coverage of compliance and enforcement news, expert analysis, and commentary from our contributors, if it has helped you in your work, I encourage you to join our Patreon.

Every day, over 31,000 compliance professionals receive news and insight from the FCPA Blog via email. Managing a compliance community that size takes resources.

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