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Entries in Peter Eigen (4)

Monday
Oct032016

Mike Scher: How should compliance officers handle the Wells Fargo scenario?

For compliance officers wondering about Wells Fargo and their own companies and careers, here’s my advice. Put aside your personal politics or ideals and look deeply into your company’s core values. These are the values expressed by the Board through the codes of conduct.

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Monday
Mar022015

Mike Scher: Let's hope ‘business-side enforcement’ is the future

The FCPA Blog has been talking about the growth of global enforcement and compliance. That's good. But let’s not forget the original principle of enforcement by business organizations themselves.

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Thursday
Jul312014

Mike Scher: Let's hang together to fight graft

When a company suspects a competitor is going to pay bribes, the temptation is to do the same thing. Bribe takers encourage a bribery bidding war. They want the biggest bribe to win the business, not the best price, product or service.

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Thursday
Feb142013

TI turns 20

Image courtesy of Transparency International'In the early 1990s, corruption was a taboo topic. Many companies regularly wrote off bribes as business expenses in their tax filings, the graft of some longstanding heads of state was legendary, and many international agencies were resigned to the fact that corruption would sap funding from many development projects around the world.'

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