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FCPA Blog Daily News

Wednesday
Jul052017

World Bank sanctions (but doesn't debar) CDM Smith for non-compliance in Vietnam

The Boston engineering company that paid $4 million last week to settle FCPA offenses in India was also sanctioned by the World Bank Thursday for failing to disclose a subcontract on a project in Vietnam.

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Wednesday
Jul052017

U.S. charges top Colombia anti-graft prosecutor with money laundering

Luis Gustavo Moreno Rivera. Photo courtesy of the Office of the Colombian Attorney GeneralColombia's top anti-corruption prosecutor was indicted in the United States after DEA agents in Miami recorded him agreeing to take bribes to subvert investigations in the U.S. and Colombia.

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Wednesday
Jul052017

Job: Principal International Compliance Risk Manager

Job Title: Principal International Compliance Risk Manager

Employer: Rockwell Collins

Location: Annapolis, Maryland USA

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Monday
Jul032017

FCPA enforcement report for Q2 2017

During the second calendar quarter, the DOJ reduced Odebrecht's criminal penalties for FCPA violations, and a former Och-Ziff middleman was sentenced to prison.

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Friday
Jun302017

Boston contractor pays $4 million for declination with disgorgement

Privately held CDM Smith Inc. entered into a declination with disgorgement Thursday with the Justice Department to resolve FCPA offenses in India.

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Thursday
Jun292017

AIG fined for insuring Iran, Sudan, Cuba shipments

Insurance giant American International Group agreed to pay the Office of Foreign Assets Control about $149,000 to settle 555 "apparent violations" of OFAC sanctions against Iran, Sudan, and Cuba.

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Thursday
Jun292017

Rizzo and Moushey on Brazil: What’s Next for President Temer? 

Eloy Rizzo and Leah MousheyOn Monday (June 26), the Head Prosecutor of Brazil’s Federal Public Prosecution Service, Rodrigo Janot, formally accused President Michel Temer of “passive corruption” (i.e., the receipt of bribes) based on the testimony of executives from J&F Group, which controls meatpacking giant JBS.

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Thursday
Jun292017

Former fighter pilot faces military charges for Fat Leonard bribes

Cmdr. David Morales in 2015. US Navy PhotoIn the first prosecution by the military related to the massive Glenn Defense Marine Asia scandal, a former F/A-18 Hornet pilot faced a preliminary hearing Monday.

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Wednesday
Jun282017

John Bray: Can companies really adopt a single global anti-corruption policy?

How far is it feasible to apply a global compliance policy in widely differing regional markets? And to what extent should there be local policy exceptions?

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Wednesday
Jun282017

Tom Fox: Former Uber engineer wrote 2017’s top blog post (so far)

As we near the year’s halfway point, I want to get in an early nomination for 2017’s Best and Most Important Blog Post. It was written by Susan Fowler, a one-time engineer at Uber who blogged about the sexual harassment and discriminations she experienced there.

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Tuesday
Jun272017

Keith Slotter: The ex-con behind the video is now my friend

I first met Richard Bistrong through a mutual friend in early 2014, not long after he’d been released from prison for corporate corruption violations.

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Tuesday
Jun272017

Brazil president charged with corruption

Brazil's chief prosecutor formally accused President Michel Temer of taking $11.5 million in bribes from a meatpacker in exchange for help resolving tax disputes and securing bank loans.

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