Financial crime in its various manifestations is the principal reason many societies around the world remain impoverished and subjected to the most dehumanizing conditions. It seems therefore befitting that those found guilty of financial crimes such as the theft of public resources face the most stringent penal sanctions.… Continue Reading
Posts Tagged: deterence
Company versus individual prosecution: which is effective in deterring overseas corruption? The answer is “both” and “neither.”
The problem of “overseas corruption” is not “overseas.” It’s in the corner office.
If a CEO and senior officers want to take on the management challenge of stopping bribery, the tools are readily available.… Continue Reading
Dear FCPA Blog,
Last night I read your post, ‘Jeffrey Tesler: I have nothing to live for except to seek forgiveness.’
Tesler’s saga, told so well in his incredible exchange with the judge who sentenced him to federal prison, encapsulates the human experience in all its drama.… Continue Reading