The Olympic Games are associated with chronic corruption and human rights problems, and not without reason. But what if the Games, at the same time, could leave an imprint in the host city and country of anti-corruption and human rights reforms?… Continue Reading
Crowdsourced performance appraisals are all the rage in corporate life, with peers constantly rating how well or poorly co-workers are doing their jobs. Do peer reviews result in better compliance departments?… Continue Reading
Compliance officers are experts at spotting red flags. They can discern potential FCPA violations from the other side of the world. But what about red flags closer to home — those that might impact a compliance professional’s career?… Continue Reading
Many of the recent posts on the FCPA Blog have dealt with various aspects of Covid-19: our very personal health concerns, enhanced bribery risks, enforcement, and the possible impact on the operation of compliance systems and compliance organizations in times of travel bans and budget constraints in many industries.… Continue Reading
SEC Commissioner Daniel M. Gallagher talked Monday about the expanded role of compliance professionals in the securities industry.
Instead of focusing on the “scoundrels in the industry,” he talked about the “folks from the other end of the spectrum.”… Continue Reading