On July 11 the head of the Antitrust Division will give a presentation at NYU on incentives for compliance programs. Many of us believe the Division will finally endorse the role of compliance programs and make it clear that diligent programs do matter when it comes to enforcement decisions. This positive approach has been the policy for the rest of the Department of Justice for years, with the Antitrust Division having been a stark holdout in its refusal to recognize programs no matter how diligent.
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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.
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As the ecosystem of third parties continues to grow, AML due diligence has become more difficult. The challenge of identifying and vetting suppliers, consultants, agents, affiliates and resellers would be insurmountable without the use of technology.
The Senior Director for Global Anti-Corruption Compliance at Walmart Inc. was nominated by President Trump Monday to serve as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas.
Two Ecuador citizens living in Florida were indicted for an FCPA conspiracy and money laundering in an expanding prosecution involving bribery at Ecuador’s state oil company.
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.
Luis Motta Domínguez, Venezuela’s former minister of electricityTwo businessmen pleaded guilty in federal court in Miami to bribing a former Venezuela government minister and another official at the state-owned electric utility in exchange for $60 million in contracts for their Florida-based businesses.