Posts Tagged: Disclosure
Dun & Bradstreet has temporarily suspended operations at Shanghai Roadway D&B Marketing Services Co Ltd. pending an investigation into potential violations of the FCPA and Chinese privacy laws.
According to a report Wednesday in the Wall Street Journal, Oracle has been the subject of a criminal bribery investigation centered on selling practices in Africa. FBI agents and DOJ prosecutors, the report said, have been looking into the allegations for more than a year.… Continue Reading
For years, critics have said the FCPA hurts U.S. financial markets by scaring away foreign companies that don’t want the burden of compliance. We don’t know of any hard evidence to support that argument, and no foreign executives have told us they’re staying out of American markets because of the FCPA.… Continue Reading
By Michael Volkov
The Justice Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the FCPA bar spend extraordinary amounts of time discussing and explaining FCPA enforcement and compliance issues. But one of the most important issues never sees the light of day.… Continue Reading
Just when we thought the SEC’s job is to regulate markets and protect investors, we’ve learned it’s all about, ahem, foreign policy.
At least that’s the message in yesterday’s SEC release concerning proposed new rules under Dodd-Frank about the use of conflict minerals from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries.… Continue Reading