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.
How much has FCPA enforcement and compliance changed over the last decade? Ask anyone who’s been around, and they’ll probably say “a lot” or “completely.”
Deutsche Bank AG agreed Friday to pay the DOJ and SEC $122.9 million in penalties and disgorgement to resolve FCPA offenses in China, Italy, Abu
There have been a dozen corporate FCPA enforcement actions this year, including two of the biggest resolutions ever.
The World Bank debarred a Singapore marine equipment supplier Wednesday for six months for misrepresentations in bidding documents connected to a project in Bangladesh.
The SEC has awarded 123 whistleblowers an astounding $731 million since the first payout in 2012. But what do we really know about the whistleblower
Vitol Inc., the U.S. affiliate of Geneva-based Vitol group, entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the Department of Justice Thursday to settle two charges
Paris-based compliance consultancy Compliance For Good has translated the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs. The unofficial translation includes both
Non-U.S. companies have long dominated the FCPA Blog Top Ten list, and currently occupy nine of ten places. That means the DOJ and SEC (no
Mexico City-based law firm Litigio Estratégico y Compliance has updated the Spanish translation of the DOJ’s June 2020 Guidance for the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance