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.
Volkswagen left its mark on the history of the world with the love it or hate it Beetle. Is it a similar story with its
Microsoft has one of the most interesting anti-corruption policies we’ve reviewed and the only one to cover two rarely acknowledged topics: extortion and threats.
So far in 2021, not much has happened in the world of FCPA enforcement. No big fireworks. No splashy headlines. Is that good or bad?
Japan’s Toyota Motor Corporation said in an SEC filing Thursday that it reported “possible anti-bribery violations” to the DOJ and SEC.
Novartis updated its anti-bribery policy four months after the Swiss pharma paid $346.7 million to resolve FCPA offenses in Greece, Vietnam, and South Korea. Here
Brazilian petrochemical maker Braskem S.A. disclosed in an SEC filing late Friday that it is investigating alleged “improper payments” related to an ethylene project in
Elon Musk is well known for his brevity on Twitter, and Tesla’s worldwide bribery and anti-corruption policy shows the compliance department also likes to keep
The World Bank debarred a Spanish engineering services company Wednesday for three-and-a-half-years for collusive, corrupt, and fraudulent practices related to two projects in Vietnam.
Last week, Apple debuted its new ethics and compliance site containing links to policy documents on a wide range of compliance topics. The company’s anti-corruption