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 a bachelor’s degree in International Economics and Chinese from Valparaiso University.
Deutsche Bank paid the SEC $16 million Thursday to settle FCPA offenses related to its hiring of relatives of public officials in China and Russia.
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Twenty-five supercars seized by Switzerland in 2016 from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, the vice president of Equatorial Guinea and son of the president, will be auctioned to the public in September.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission awarded two whistleblowers a combined amount of $2 million Monday for providing the agency with “significant information” that led to an investigation.
The chairman and CEO of an investment firm and a member of the firm’s board of directors were found guilty by a federal jury in Boston Thursday for their role in a scheme to bribe Haitian officials to secure approval for an $84 million construction project.
Walmart Inc. agreed Thursday to pay the DOJ and SEC $282 million to settle allegations that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices by paying an intermediary in Brazil for help obtaining construction permits and having weak anti-corruption internal controls in Brazil, China, India, and Mexico.