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Bill Waite
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Bulgaria: β€˜Imagine Al Capone as the mayor of Chicago’

Image courtesy of WikipediaDear FCPA Blog, Thanks for the recent post about the arrests in Bulgaria of seven customs officials for taking bribes at a border crossing with Turkey. Fighting graft is a never-ending struggle, and everyone who stays on the alert deserves admiration.

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Help Students Study Corruption in Brazil

[…] trip to Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro this spring. They’ll personally interview government officials, business people, lawyers, and civic organizations, and collectively write a report of their findings. With the help of the FCPA Blog, we think they can really have a major impact on the public debate. This truly is a rare opportunity.

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Job: Compliance Investigations Counsel (Weatherford — Houston, TX)

[…] for Investigations, based in Houston, Texas. The position includes various responsibilities relating to the compliance and investigations functions of the Office of Global Compliance, with particular focus on Compliance with Weatherford’s (β€œWFT”) Code of Business Conduct & Anti-Corruption Standards, as well as various anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (β€œFCPA”). . . […]

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Mike Scher asks the bosses to support Compliance 2.0

In this final post of my three-part series about Compliance 2.0, I’m asking corporate executives and board members to support a chief compliance officer who is untethered from the general counsel, who reports to the board, and who oversees compliance officers who are themselves executives and subject matter experts.

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SBM Offshore: DOJ re-opens overseas bribe probe

[…] re-opened probe. The DOJ hasn’t commented. SBM said it is seeking further clarification about the scope of the DOJ investigation. β€œThe company remains committed to close-out discussions on this legacy issue which the Company self-reported to the authorities in 2012 and for which it reached a settlement with the Dutch Public Prosecutor in 2014,” […]

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Martin Kenney: How, then, do we stop the fraudsters among us?

[…] to help companies better-manage business, security, and malfeasance risks. Regarded as a leading authority in the psychology of fraud, he has been a member of my team on numerous fraud investigations and asset recovery operations. I wondered: β€œWhat will Alexander make of this?” Not surprisingly, as a subscriber to the FCPA Blog, he had already […]

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Dan Adamson: Top AI Trends for Enterprises in 2017

[…] of investigative cognitive computing solutions by many government entities, financial institutions and corporations seeking to assess and vet at the on-boarding stage or monitor for bad behavior on an on-going basis. Companies are seeing AI as a tool to reduce their risk while meeting their growing regulatory requirements in a more efficient manner. With […]

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Texas aviation boss jailed for bribing Mexico officials

[…] in Mexico. Douglas Ray, 55, of Magnolia, Texas was also ordered to pay $590,000 in restitution when he appeared in federal court in Houston. He pleaded guilty on October 28 to conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Ray was one of six co-defendants in a $2 […]

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TI-Canada recommends a deferred prosecution agreement scheme (with conditions)

[…] Salomon Brothers,” the report says. β€œDPAs in the United States have no statutory basis and are not subjected to any specific legal framework. Rather, they are based on policies issued by the Department of Justice (β€œDOJ”) and guidelines set out in memos issued by the Deputy Attorney General.” In the UK, the law allowing […]

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