Show Notes for Episode 32, week ending December 9:

  1. United Airlines SEC enforcement action for domestic; the Chairman’s Flight and the US Corrupt Practices Act, for a copy of the Justice Department NPA, click here and for a copy of the SEC Cease and Desist Order, click here.
  2. Monetary Authority of Singapore seeks to suspend former Goldman Sachs trader in 1MDB scandal. Link to Fox blog post on Compliance Week.
  3. FATF report that US weak on beneficial ownership issues, for a copy of the report, click here.
  4. Wal-Mart up to $820MM in pre-settlement FCPA settlement spend, on Radical Compliance.
  5. Release of eBook, Trump on Compliance.
  6. SEC Director of Enforcement, Andrew Ceresny announces he will leave the SEC. See NYT article, here.
  7. GibsonDunn briefing on The Road Ahead: DOJ and Federal Enforcement in the Trump Administration predicts a Southern California centered FCPA matter will be concluded by year end.
  8. 10th Annual SEC & DOJ HOT TOPICS 2017 — Current Developments Materially Affecting Corporations, Financial Institutions, Individuals organized by Sandpiper Partners LLP and program developed by PwC, notes GibsonDunn partner Deb Yang listed as potential SEC Commissioner.
  9. Jay Rosen weekend report update.

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