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[Webinar] How EU Companies Can Implement & Demonstrate Effective Anti Bribery Compliance in Emerging Markets - July 9, 9:00 am EST

European companies subject to FCPA jurisdiction or comparable European jurisdictions, and doing business in emerging markets such as the BRIC nations, face a rigorous compliance standard. Firms must have compliance processes...more

Draft ISO Anti-Bribery Management System Standard: Building an International Consensus Solution to the Global Corruption Problem

Developing effective solutions to tackle global governance and compliance concerns is a complex problem constrained by many issues, including national government interest and practical difficulties coordinating cross-border...more

Firm Settles FCPA Claim With Non-Prosecution Agreement, VP Pleads Guilty

IAP Worldwide Services Inc., a Virginia based facilities management firm, entered into a non-prosecution agreement with the Department of Justice and agreed to pay a $7.1 million penalty to resolve FCPA charges. A vice...more

The Role of Compensation Systems in Promoting Antibribery (Non) Compliance.

GAB is pleased to welcome back anti-bribery consultant Richard Bistrong, who contributes the following guest post: These days, most sophisticated multinational firms, at least those that might be subject to liability...more

Are your sponsorship and hospitality controls enough to satisfy the FCPA? Maybe not

On May 20, 2015, the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) settled an administrative proceeding with global mining /commodities producer BHP Billiton, resolving allegations that the company violated the books and records...more

SMEs Face Big Risks without Effective Anti-Corruption Compliance Programs

Over the past year, the highest profile Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions involved very large multinational companies (MNCs) paying very large fines: Alstom ($772 million fine), ALCOA ($384 million),...more

[Webinar] Mid-Sized Companies and Anti-Corruption: How to manage corruption risks with limited resources - May 28, 11:00 am EST

Instances of corruption can have a significant impact on a company’s finances and reputation. With international anti-bribery enforcement actions on the rise, it is essential for companies to implement an anti-corruption risk...more

Advancing Anti-Corruption to the Front Lines

To advance anti-corruption thought leadership from other viewpoints, we interviewed Richard Bistrong. In this Q&A, CREATe.org’s anti-corruption expert Leslie Benton asks Mr. Bistrong about his personal and professional...more

March Bribery Digest – Beyond FCPA Compliance

Today’s bribery digest is a little bit different than our past versions – rather than focusing specifically on FCPA compliance and enforcements, we’re taking a look at bribery news around the world. We’ve got a story from...more

New OECD Report Provides Insight into Foreign Bribery

According to a recent report issued by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), international efforts to tackle bribery have increased dramatically since the implementation of the Convention on...more

5 CEO’s Who Should Be Forced To Retake Anti Bribery Training

5 CEO’s Who SIn my last blog I wrote about billionaire Bernie Ecclestone bribing his way out of a bribery sentence; I’m still shaking my head on that one. Sadly, he is not the only mega rich businessman behaving badly,...more

Did Bernie Ecclestone Skip Anti Bribery Training?

It astonishes me how many cases there are of wealthy individuals simply buying their way out of trouble. Let’s face it, in the world we live in today, money still talks, even in courts of law. Maybe this mentality was...more

What happens when business strategy becomes a red-flag for bribery?

Richard Bistrong spent much of his career as an international sales executive. He was the Vice President of International Sales for a large, publicly traded manufacturer of police and military equipment, which included...more

Benchmarking Bribery and Corruption: "Vet it and forget it."

On my own "must read" stack has been sitting the "2014 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report, Untangling the Web of Risk and Compliance," ("ABC Report") by Kroll and Compliance Week. While I have read a multitude...more

The FIFA Flop: Why Anti-Bribery Training is More Important Than Just Knowing How To Play The Game

Brazil passed their new anti-bribery law back in January. Only a couple of months before the 2014 World Cup was set to start, Brazil, the host country of the famous “football” world championship, offered guidance about their...more

Bribery, Business Strategy and Plausible Deniability

n one word, yes, and I discuss how in a recent guest blog (May 19, 2014) in Ethic Intelligence's "Experts Corner." I ask, if strategy is pulled back at the C-Suite, does it expose an executive message of strict anti-bribery...more

Building a Next-Generation Anti-Bribery & Corruption Compliance Program

Global companies face unprecedented third party risk in today’s landscape — third parties are involved in 90% of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) cases, and more companies are under investigation than ever before in the...more

UK SFO Drops High-Profile Corruption Case

The trial of Victor Dahdaleh in London has collapsed due to the absence of key prosecution witnesses. The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) recently dropped its case against Victor Dahdaleh, the British-Canadian...more

The Engineer’s Thumb And How To Bribe

We conclude our week of Sherlock Holmes inspired themes with one of the few cases in which Holmes fails to bring the criminals to justice, The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb. Once again using the Holmes tale as a...more

China Issues New Regulations Prohibiting Commercial Bribery in the Health Care Industry

In late December, China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission ("NHFPC"), the successor organization to the Ministry of Health, issued two sets of anti-corruption regulations for the health care industry: the 2013...more

Walk a Straight Line — Even if All Roads Are Crooked

The person who said "When in Rome, do as the Romans do" did not have to contend with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Although bribery is an integral part of daily life in many countries and can seem a...more

Alcoa Subsidiary Pleads Guilty to FCPA Charge, Will Pay $348 Million

On January 9, Alcoa World Alumina LLC, a majority-owned and controlled global alumina sales company of Alcoa Inc., agreed to plead guilty and to pay $223 million in criminal fines and forfeitures to resolve charges that it...more

We Mean What We Say – FCPA Enforcement Begins The Year With A Bang

Gone are the days when everyone wondered whether FCPA enforcement was slowing down. The Justice Department and the SEC have answered that question with a resounding statement – “We are here to stay.”...more

The FCPA Person Of The Year – The Prosecutor

To continue a “tradition” on Corruption Crime and Compliance, I like to end the year with recognition of the “person of the year,” referring to the institution which has had the most impact in the enforcement and compliance...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 31-the FCPA Year in Review, Corporate Enforcement Actions [Video]

In this episode, I review the corporate FCPA enforcement actions of 2013. ...more

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