Harry Cassin | Publisher and Editor
Harry Cassin is the publisher and editor of the FCPA Blog.
He is the CEO of Recathlon LLC, the owner of the FCPA Blog and provider of global FCPA and compliance information and data services.
He lived and worked in Asia (Singapore and Hong Kong) and served as a director of a compliance solutions provider.
He holds an IACA Level 1 anti-corruption expert qualification and an undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University in international economics and Chinese.
The Coca-Cola Company, incorporated in 1892, is one of the world’s oldest, most well-known, and widely consumed brands. How does it’s anti-bribery policy compare?
World Bank announces three debarments, including six-year sanction for ‘fraudulent and obstructive’ practices
The World Bank debarred three companies on Wednesday in three separate, unrelated settlements involving projects in Liberia, Yemen, and Brazil.
Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited agreed Friday with the DOJ and SEC to pay about $41 million in penalties and disgorgement to resolve FCPA offenses
As a government outsider, it’s impossible to know why there hasn’t yet been any DOJ or SEC corporate enforcement of the FCPA under the current
In June 2019, Walmart paid the DOJ and SEC $282 million to settle allegations that it violated the FCPA by paying an intermediary in Brazil
In January 2020, Airbus SE paid $4 billion to settle global bribery and trade charges with French, UK, and U.S. authorities after an eight-year investigation.
The FCPA Blog received over 1,000 responses to last week’s quiz. How did you compare with the rest of the community? Here are the results.