In this special Saturday edition, Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the week’s top compliance and ethics related stories, including:
- Net 1 UEPS Technologies, Inc. obtains a full declination. Yet the company went through the investigation after being turned in by a competitor. Bryan Cave attorneys Mark Srere and Kristin Robinson explore in their article FCPA Investigations – Competitors Dropping the Dime.
- OFAC brings an enforcement action against a non-US company. See article in the FCPA Blog.
- Financial health as an indicia for third parties and corruption. See Tom’s article What is the Financial Health of Your Third Parties.
- MasterCard uses a Richard Bistrong video in its compliance training. See article by Sam Rubenfeld in WSJ.
- After 10 years, the FCPA Blog is still dancing. See Dick Cassin’s article in the FCPA Blog.
- Across the Board premiers. In this new podcast, I explore issues relating to the Board of Directors, risk management and corporate governance. In Episode 1, Richard Lummis and I consider the role of the Uber Board of Directors in the company’s struggles. It is available on the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, Libsyn, YouTube and JDSupra.
- This month’s podcast series on One Month to a More Effective Compliance program has premiered. In August I review how to have greater continuous improvement in your compliance program. Affiliated Monitors is this month’s sponsor. It is available on the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, Libsyn, YouTube and JDSupra.
- Jay reports on the state of compliance in Mexico and Panama.
- Jay discusses his latest piece for the SCCE Magazine, How compliance can be a business advantage
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