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Red Notice Newsletter - Chinese

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS – Dun & Bradstreet Agrees to Pay More than $9.2 Million to Resolve SEC FCPA Enforcement Action (But First to Receive Declination Under New DOJ Policy) – On April 23, the Dun & Bradstreet...more

Red Notice Newsletter - Russian

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS – Dun & Bradstreet Agrees to Pay More than $9.2 Million to Resolve SEC FCPA Enforcement Action (But First to Receive Declination Under New DOJ Policy) – On April 23, the Dun & Bradstreet...more

Senate Committee endorses bill to reform Australia's foreign bribery laws

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As foreshadowed in our 5 April 2018 update, on 20 April 2018 the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee (the Committee) released its report on its inquiry into the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Combatting Corporate...more

Red Notice Newsletter - April 2018

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS – Dun & Bradstreet Agrees to Pay More than $9.2 Million to Resolve SEC FCPA Enforcement Action (But First to Receive Declination Under New DOJ Policy) – On April 23, the Dun & Bradstreet...more

Anti-Corruption Enforcement: Analyzing the Enforcement Approaches of the US, the UK and France

Anti-Corruption enforcement is a top priority in France, the UK, and the US. Each of these countries has armed its enforcers with the enforcement tools necessary to investigate and prosecute corporations and individuals. Join...more

Anti-Corruption Regulation Survey of 41 Countries 2017–2018

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Welcome to the 2017-2018 edition of the Jones Day Anti-Corruption Regulation Survey. In 2017 and 2018 to date, there has continued to be an increasing awareness among multinational companies of the significance of...more

What enforcement tools are in the armoury of prosecutors in the US, UK and France?

Summary: Deferred prosecution agreements have been widely used by US prosecutors since the early 2000s. Prosecutors in the UK and France only obtained this power in 2014 and 2016 respectively – but they are making up for...more

Highlights from the Thomson Reuters London Risk and Compliance Summit

The Thomson Reuters London Risk and Compliance Summit explored the technologies and partnerships that are enabling financial institutions to be ‘risk confident’ and #FightFinancialCrime. Here are some of the highlights...more

Anti-bribery law reforms: what to expect

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On 28 March 2018, the Senate Economics References Committee released its report into foreign bribery. Businesses should take note of the potential changes in this space, as the report contains numerous recommendations which...more

Strengthening Australia's foreign bribery framework - Senate Report into Foreign Bribery

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The Commonwealth Senate Standing Committee on Economics (the Senate Committee), following an inquiry launched in 2015 (see here for our briefing paper on the inquiry) recently released its long-awaited report on foreign...more

Polish anti-bribery laws - revolutionary changes

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The function of this client alert is to inform you that the Polish anti-bribery law is shortly expected to be thoroughly amended. The changes will, not only concern public entities, but will also have a fundamental impact on...more

World-Check Customer Risk Screener launches on Salesforce

In our fight against financial crime, we’ve launched World-Check Customer Risk Screener on the Salesforce AppExchange so that clients can quickly and efficiently on-board new customers and meet Anti-Money Laundering (AML)...more

Saudi Arabia Update – March 2018

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Anti-bribery and corruption - New anti-corruption bodies - As mentioned in our November / December Update, November 2017 saw an unprecedented corruption “crackdown” in the Kingdom involving influential local businessmen...more

10 regulatory insights for Canadian risk and compliance

From Anti-Money Laundering (AML) to challenges around cryptocurrencies and cybersecurity, our Regulatory Intelligence experts have identified the top 10 regulatory issues facing Canadian risk and compliance in 2018....more

Richard Bistrong: Who’s gaming your compliance program?

Instead of completing compliance training modules on their own, three Credit Suisse bankers had their administrative assistants do the work for them. Originally published on the FCPA Blog, - February 21,...more

How natural language processing creates value in compliance

As a bridge between humans and computers, the use of natural language processing in compliance demonstrates how this branch of AI is adding value across the financial services industry....more

Know the Risks: Domestic and International Compliance

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An open question coming into 2017 was whether the aggressive enforcement posture that had characterized the Obama and Bush administrations would continue under the Trump administration. Any questions were answered with the...more

FCPA Self-Disclosure-Based Leniency for all Corporate Cases of Misconduct?

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Ethics and compliance officers, take note of the Justice Department’s newest statement about its new FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy: it wants to drop the “FCPA” bit....more

Compliance Needs to Understand Business

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A chief compliance officer needs to be independent and have adequate authority within the organization. But do not get confused by the concept of independence. Compliance depends on collaborative relationships with other...more

UK Jury Verdict Clarifies “Adequate Procedures” Under UK Bribery Act

In an important decision given on February 21, 2018, a jury in English court proceedings has considered for the first time what “adequate procedures” should be for the purpose of a defense to the corporate offense of failing...more

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 2017 Year-End Update

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2017 marked the fortieth anniversary of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and showed continued robust enforcement against both individuals and companies by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Securities...more

ADG Insights: Top Bribery and Corruption Developments of ADG Companies in 2018

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Through our monthly ADG Insights series, we are pleased to share with you the top legal and political issues affecting the aerospace, defense, and government services (ADG) industry. Our ADG industry team monitors the latest...more

Global bribery and corruption outlook 2018

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For the most part, 2018 will see countries do more to enforce their anti-bribery and corruption laws. How authorities plan to do this — from cooperating with foreign counterparts to adapting others' regimes — differs by...more

Third party risk requirements for financial institutions

Finextra spoke with Sylwia Wolos, Head of Enhanced Due Diligence Proposition for Thomson Reuters, to understand third party risk requirements for financial institutions. Risks are ever-changing and emerging in this...more

Saudi Arabia Update - January 2018

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Legal developments - Draft Bankruptcy Law approved - Saudi Arabia’s bankruptcy and insolvency law regime has been governed by two regulations, the earliest dating back to 1930. These regulations have historically caused...more

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