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FCPA Blog Daily News

Monday
Jan292018

Stéphane Bonifassi: Expanding involvement of courts in arbitration makes sense

Recently a trend toward state court review of arbitral awards has emerged, especially when criminal activity is alleged, and no matter what side of the debate you are on, there’s no denying a change is afoot. 

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Monday
Jan292018

Job: Global Financial Crimes: Anti-Corruption Group Manager

Job Title: Global Financial Crimes: Anti-Corruption Group Manager

Employer: Morgan Stanley

Location: New York, NY USA

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Friday
Jan262018

China company convicted of stealing U.S. wind turbine technology

China's biggest wind turbine maker was convicted Wednesday by a federal jury of nearly destroying an American company by stealing its trade secrets.

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Friday
Jan262018

Martin Kenney: UK rejects open public register of beneficial owners

I have decided to don my tin hat and stick my head above the parapets again. Why? Because for once common sense has prevailed and the anti-1% brigade have lost their argument for an open Public Register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs) in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and her sister islands in the Caribbean.

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Thursday
Jan252018

Andy Spalding: Brazilian judiciary prevents a setback

Former Brazil President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva“Nothing changes in Brazil. All these politicians now being convicted of corruption? They’ll be back in power, you wait.” So said my atypically cynical Brazilian student, and tragically, I was starting to believe her.  

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Thursday
Jan252018

Martin Kenney: Is Export Development Canada funding overseas corruption?

I and my fellow Canadians can quite rightly be proud of our standing on the global stage. Canada is seen by most as a country with integrity, whose people are viewed as fair-minded and different in persona to some of their noisy neighbors south of the border.

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Thursday
Jan252018

Marc Le Menestrel: Does your company question its own corruptibility?

Corruption can no longer be addressed as a legalistic or compliance issue by executives and directors. Nor is it enough to regard it as an ethical issue. Righteousness is not and will never be a guarantee for directors and executives.

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Thursday
Jan252018

Selva Ozelli: U.S. evaluates blockchain technology as anti-corruption weapon 

The U.S. government and several of its agencies have been evaluating blockchain technology as a preventative measure against corruption that may distort the fair awarding of public procurement contracts, reduce the quality of basic public services, limit opportunities to develop a competitive private sector and undermine trust in public institutions.

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Wednesday
Jan242018

Codes of Conduct: Are we honorable or are we hypocrites?

Yes, it should set out rules to follow. Here’s the company position about conflicts of interest. About giving and receiving gifts. About political contributions. And so on.

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Wednesday
Jan242018

Kevin Bogdanov on automation: We're in the midst of a disruptive evolution

Compliance professionals know intuitively that we’re in the midst of a disruptive evolution, with big data being a way of life and emerging technologies like AI and blockchain promising more to come.

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Tuesday
Jan232018

Richard Bistrong: My friend, the agent, blackmailed me

This week I'm traveling to the Middle East for the first time in ten years. It’s a welcome return to a region where I spent a lot of time, and where I enjoyed dealing with agents and end users. Those agents were hard working, sophisticated in their knowledge of the market, and overall uniformly polite.

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Tuesday
Jan232018

Sven Stumbauer: AML and sanctions compliance still not high priority for boards

Boards of directors at financial institutions play a crucial role in the adoption and implementation of effective enterprise-wide Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and sanctions compliance programs.

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