Show Notes for Episode 51, for the week ending May 5, the Cinco de Mayo Edition
Over some breakfast tacos and Mexican coffee, Jay and I have a wide-ranging discussion on some of the week’s top compliance related stories. We discuss:
- Uganda considers a demand side response to corruption. See Tom’s article in Compliance Week. What are the rationales for anti-corruption legislation? See Tom’s post on the rationales underlying the FCPA on the FCPA Compliance Report.
- Why due diligence investigations still need the human element. See Scott Shaffer’s article in FCPA Blog.
- Kara Brockmeyer joins Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. See Tom’s article in the FCPA Blog.
- What has been the fate of whistleblowers at Wells Fargo. See James Stewart considers in his Common Sense column in the New York Times.
- Federal jury convicts former Guinea mining minister of laundering bribes. See article in the FCPA Blog.
- Astros lead the AL with the second best record in baseball. What does Tony Parker’s injury mean for the Spurs/Rockets playoff series?
- The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) investigates KPMG on its audits of Rolls Royce for the firm’s failure to detect bribes paid by the company. See article in the FCPA Blog.
- Listeners to this podcast can received a discount to Compliance Week 2017. Go to registrationand enter discount code CW17TOMFOX.
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