Oil and gas pipe manufacturer Tenaris paid the SEC $78 million Thursday to resolve charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by providing improper payments to a Petrobras official in Brazil.… Continue Reading
Posts Tagged: Uruguay
Corruption has been a critical hurdle for Latin American countries, denting growth, weakening democracy and governance, and violating the rights of citizens. With governments under increasing financial strain and healthcare systems severely impaired by the pandemic, graft’s effects on society are amplified.… Continue Reading
I live in Mexico City and work in Mexico and Latin America. Here’s what ISO 37001 looks like from my perspective.
In the next few months, the Geneva-based International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, is expected to release its anti-bribery management systems standard, Number 37001.… Continue Reading
A colleague sent the following note:
Dear FCPA Blog — Have you seen this? It may be worth a mention. Seems Uruguay’s president is the antithesis of the sort of foreign official we usually cover.… Continue Reading