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FCPA Blog Daily News

Tuesday
Dec262017

One of Siemens-8 pleads not guilty to Argentina bribes

A former Siemens executive indicted by the DOJ in 2011 for bribing officials in Argentina pleaded not guilty in federal court in New York City Friday.

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Tuesday
Dec262017

Job: Executive Director and International Counsel, Latin America

Job Title: Executive Director and International Counsel, Latin America

Employer: Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts USA

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Friday
Dec222017

Singapore's Keppel pays $422 million to resolve Brazil bribery offenses, lawyer pleads guilty

Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd. and its U.S. subsidiary agreed Friday to pay a total penalty of more than $422 million to resolve corruption charges with authorities in the United States, Brazil, and Singapore.

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Friday
Dec222017

FINRA fines Raymond James $2 million for flawed email monitoring system

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority fined Raymond James $2 million for using a system that didn't properly monitor or review employee emails.

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Friday
Dec222017

DOJ gives compliance chiefs powerful new ally

The DOJ's FCPA Pilot Program -- giving companies declinations or reduced penalties if they self disclose, cooperate, and disgorge profits -- has now been enshrined in the U.S. Attorneys' Manual. It's a permanent guideline for prosecutors.

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Thursday
Dec212017

Former Embraer sales VP pleads guilty to Aramco bribes

A former sales executive of Embraer S.A. pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in New York City for bribing a foreign official in exchange for help selling jets to Saudi Aramco.

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Thursday
Dec212017

Swiss regulator: JPMorgan Chase ‘seriously breached’ AML laws with 1MDB

Switzerland’s financial regulator said Thursday that JPMorgan Chase & Co. seriously breached anti-money laundering regulations in its dealings with Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.

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Thursday
Dec212017

OFAC adds five to Magnitsky sanctions list

The Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control added four Russians and a Chechen to its list of those sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act for alleged human rights abuses.

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Wednesday
Dec202017

Michael Johnston: Relying on ‘political will’ to fight corruption is magical thinking

Corruption control is difficult enough without falling back on magical thinking. By that I mean assuming that A will cause B, without specifying any causal connections between the two. A closely-related fallacy is the notion that naming an idea creates something real. A bit of reflection on these problems may help us understand why checking corruption continues to be so difficult.

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Wednesday
Dec202017

Andy Spalding: But what can I do before a violation occurs?

By almost any measure, the new FCPA enforcement policy is an important and positive development. Tom Fox, Bill Steinman, George Terwilliger, and others both here and beyond have noted as much, and I rise in concurrence.

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Tuesday
Dec192017

White House: Fighting overseas graft still top U.S. priority

Official White House PhotoThe White House yesterday released a national security paper defining U.S. interests and affirming the fight against corruption as a cornerstone of American foreign policy.

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Tuesday
Dec192017

Richard Bistrong on VW’s Oliver Schmidt: From ‘diesel therapy’ to deportation

Earlier this month, Oliver Schmidt, 48, a German citizen and the former general manager of Volkswagen AG’s U.S. Environment and Engineering Office, was sentenced to 84 months in prison for helping VW cheat on diesel emissions tests and covering up the scheme.

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