Financial crime in its various manifestations is the principal reason many societies around the world remain impoverished and subjected to the most dehumanizing conditions. It seems therefore befitting that those found guilty of financial crimes such as the theft of public resources face the most stringent penal sanctions. In fact, there have been calls, even here at the FCPA Blog, to have grand corruption classified as a crime against humanity pursuant to Article 7 of the Statute of Rome that establishes the International Criminal Court.
Entries in deterence (3)
By Michael Ndichu Kuria | Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 8:12AM
By Michael Scher | Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 4:07AM
Company versus individual prosecution: which is effective in deterring overseas corruption? The answer is “both” and “neither.”
By Guest Contributor | Friday, September 14, 2012 at 1:28AM
Dear FCPA Blog,
Last night I read your post, 'Jeffrey Tesler: I have nothing to live for except to seek forgiveness.'