Corruption, Crime & Compliance
Bribery, FCPA, AML
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Episode 220 — DOJ NatWest Markets Fraud Spoofin...
The Department of Justice secured a guilty plea from NatWest Markets, the newly-named Royal Bank of Scotland, for trade manipulation, referred to as “spoofing,” in U.S. Treasury markets. The NatWest resolution reflected new changes in DOJ’s white colla...
19 min
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Episode 219 — Antitrust Division Indicts Six Ae...
In a major development, the Antitrust Division returned an indictment against six executives from aerospace engineering firms for an illegal conspiracy to restrict competition in the labor market for aerospace engineers. After warning U.S. businesses,
20 min
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Episode 218 — The Biden Administration’s New St...
The Biden Administration announced a new, comprehensive anti-corruption initiative, the United States Strategy on Countering Corruption. The new anti-corruption initiative is the follow on to the earlier announcement elevating the global anti-corruptio...
24 min
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Episode 217: The Growing Risk of Corporate Boar...
The Delaware Chancery Court is continuing its trend of permitting Caremark claims against corporate board members who fail to exercise proper oversight and monitoring of compliance programs. Over the past few years,
20 min
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Episode 216 — Tom Fox Releases the Second Editi...
Tom Fox is a leader in the ethics and compliance field. He is regularly referred to as the “Compliance Evangelist.” Tom has just released the Second Edition of The Compliance Handbook, a comprehensive review and guide to the elements of an effective et...
42 min
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Episode 215 — Tom Fox and Michael Volkov Discus...
The Boeing 737 MAX scandal is a troublesome and disturbing case where corporate board oversight and responsibility was lacking. The implications of the board’s failure resulted in the killing of innocent passengers and the grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX...
44 min
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Episode 214 — Review of the Credit Suisse Globa...
Credit Suisse Group AG (“Credit Suisse”), a global financial institution, and its London-based European subsidiary, Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited (“CSSEL”) resolved a wide-ranging bribery and fraud scheme involving investments and financing...
23 min
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Episode 213 — How to Structure and Implement an...
As companies focus more on ESG, it is obvious that companies will achieve a significant number of benefits beyond that defined in the ESG acronym.  A well-designed and tailored program will bring significant benefits to the overall company’s operations...
23 min
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Episode 212: DOJ Returns Indictment Against For...
The Justice Department announced the indictment of Mark Forkner, a former Chief Technical Pilot for Boeing for his role in the 737 MAX scandal. Specifically, Forkner is charged with deceiving the FAA’s Aircraft Evaluation Group (“FAA AEG”) relating to ...
24 min
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Episode 211 — Update on Anti-Corruption Issues,...
The Biden Administration announced its commitment to the global battle against corruption as a new, national security issue. This policy is a significant transformation in the U.S. commitment to the battle against corruption. In this Episode,
39 min