[…] and local banks in China are inspecting loans linked to metals supposedly warehoused in Qingdao, where traders use commodities from iron ore to rubber to secure loans. A police investigation is focused on Decheng Mining to determine if it used the same batches of copper and aluminium stockpiled at Qingdao Port as collateral to […]
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Pete from DC, a compliance professional who’s always been a good friend of the FCPA Blog, sent this comment to our post about Indonesia’s cash-based economy. The post said in the country of 240 million people, a large majority don’t have bank accounts, and even some big businesses rely entirely on cash.
Image courtesy of SikorskyThe Justice Department said today that it has intervened in a case against defendants Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and two of its subsidiaries, Sikorsky Support Services Inc. and Derco Aerospace Inc., for violating the False Claims Act.
Canada’s biggest engineering and construction firm is recovering more than $13 million, claiming it was a victim of alleged bribes paid to the son of former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Developing nations like Brazil devote huge sums of public money to construct the stadiums and other works necessary for sporting mega-events. These works are used for a few weeks or months, and then too often, usage declines. Brazil has already experienced this pain once in hosting the World Cup in 2014, and hopes to […]
A whistleblower from Southern California who complained about five ambulance companies paying kickbacks for referrals will collect more than $1.7 million in a False Claims Act settlement.
Investigative reporter Khadija Ismayilova is in prison in Baku after she published a series of reports about corruption in the Azerbaijan regime.
Because of frequent negative press coverage of Belarus, I always try to highlight positive developments with respect to my homeland. That’s a tendency that I typically share with the Belarusian government.
[…] wins when companies across supply and marketing chains work to the same high standards. There is less risk and more predictability, which promotes confidence among business partners. Benchmarking among peers and establishing and sharing model language and best practices all help to ensure that companies set their sights on a reasonable common denominator for compliance.
Marc Hodak, an NYU Adjunct Professor and compensation consultant, spoke at the Ethical Systems event in New York a few weeks ago. He talked about “incentive time bombs,” where “bad behavior can hide behind good performance,” and how those behaviors can go unnoticed and unobserved by management until it’s too late.