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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Thomas Fox | Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox is a contributing editor of the FCPA Blog.

Thomas Fox has practiced law in Houston for 30 years. He is now the Compliance Ambassador for the Red Flag Group.

Tom is the author of the award winning FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog and the international best-selling book “Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics”.

His seminal book, “Doing Compliance: Design, Create, and Implement an Effective Anti-Corruption Compliance Program” is widely viewed as one of the top volumes on the nuts and bolts of compliance.

He is one of the top leaders in social media in compliance, blogging, podcasting, writing and speaking across the globe on anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance programs.

Recent Posts

Tom Fox: McKinsey loses work after South Africa corruption allegations

What is the cost of a corruption scandal? It has been known for some time that such costs could include investigative and remediation costs, any fine or penalty and post-resolution costs such as those to deal with a monitorship or ongoing remediation. Or the financial hit for stock market listed companies could also come into play.

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Tom Fox: ‘What’s nationalist about corruption?’

Mehmet Hakan AtillaThat question was posed in a New York Times story about the start of the trial of Mehmet Hakan Atilla, which began Monday in New York City with jury selection. The case involves allegations money-laundering, corruption and evasion of Iranian sanctions by several Turkish individuals, government officials and banks in the country.

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Tom Fox: White collar criminals and their flagrant rationalizations

In one of the most interesting looks at what makes a compliance program tick and why, Todd Haugh, an assistant professor of business law and ethics at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, said that even best-practices compliance programs fail to take into account the importance of eliminating rationalizations.

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