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Rory Donaldson: TI-UK Guidance presents international best practices for anti-bribery compliance

Transparency International UK launched a new online tool this month to provide businesses with practical and in depth guidance on tackling bribery and corruption.

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Resource Alert: New guidance for UK companies (and everyone else)

Transparency International UK rolled out a new tool Tuesday to help companies in the UK and overseas create anti-bribery compliance programs and evaluate their effectiveness.

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Donna Boehme: Chief compliance officers (and the DOJ) want accountability and discipline

CCOs know that accountability and discipline are difficult and perilous areas to embed in their programs for a number of reasons.

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Randy Stephens: Questions prosecutors ask about compliance programs

The Justice Department's new guidance about how it will evaluate corporate compliance programs takes the form of questions its prosecutors would typically ask about a corporate compliance program during an investigation.

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Donna Boehme: The DOJ and Hui Chen define the future of compliance

In the Justice Department's new guidance for compliance programs, which appeared online unannounced, undated and unsigned, one detects the experienced hand of the DOJ’s new Compliance Counsel, Hui Chen.

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Adam Frey: The DOJ expects ‘Third Party Management’ from compliance programs

2016 was a banner year for global anti-corruption enforcement: the U.S. government set records in terms of both the number of FCPA actions brought and the total dollar amount of related fines.

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DOJ publishes ‘Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs’

Dear FCPA Blog,
I am writing today because I recently learned about the DOJ’s new “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs,” which they released on February 8, 2017 without apparent fanfare. 

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Worth MacMurray: You’re the new compliance chief. Now what?

Heads up: The six-month anniversary in your new position will arrive in a flash. 

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Practice note: Multiple guidance from Brazil for compliance programs

In a prior post earlier this year for the FCPA Blog, I talked about what Brazil is doing to clean up graft. This post continues that discussion, with a focus on official guidance from agencies and regulators about new anti-corruption laws and regulations and how to comply with them.

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Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau issue joint anti-graft guidance

Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), Macau’s Commission Against Corruption, and the top enforcement agency of Guangdong Province collaborated on a recently released anti-corruption guidebook for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) engaging in cross-border commercial activities.

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