This Week in FCPA-Epiode 20, the Oxford Edition

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Show Notes for Week ending September 2, 2016:

1.The Astra Zenca FCPA settlement with the SEC, on FCPA Blog.

2. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is impeached, as reported in the New York Times.

3. The new Mexican anti-corruption law, from the FCPA Blog.

4. Why non-financial institutions need to have See more +

Show Notes for Week ending September 2, 2016:

1.The Astra Zenca FCPA settlement with the SEC, on FCPA Blog.

2. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is impeached, as reported in the New York Times.

3. The new Mexican anti-corruption law, from the FCPA Blog.

4. Why non-financial institutions need to have anti-money laundering programs in place, from an article in Business Insider.

5. Hallmarks 6-10 of the Ten Hallmarks of an Effective Compliance Program, as featured in the FCPA Compliance Report.

6. Preview of Jay’s Weekend Report. See less -

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