In this episode, Jay Rosen and myself take a look at some of the top compliance stories over the past week, including:
- Justice Department Escalates Inquiry on Global Sports Corruption. Rebecca Ruiz reports in the New York Times. Andy Spalding comments in the FCPA Blog.
- On his Conflicts of Interest Blog, Jeff Kaplan discusses a new review of the Wells Fargo scandal.
- COSO gets and new chairman and may consider internal controls guidance. Tammy Whitehouse reports in Compliance Week (sub req’d). Matt Kelly details in Radical Compliance.
- Jonathan Marks considers whether the roles of the GC and CCO should be split, in his Board and Fraud
- US becomes second largest home of tax havens (although Trump says we’re No. 1). Sam Rubenfeld reports in the Wall Street Journal Risk and Compliance Report. The issue is impacting home sales in Houston. See article in Houston Chronicle.
- Ben DiPietro considers when a company should use its CEO as a point spokesperson during a crisis in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Report.
- An article in GIR reviews SFO Director David Green’s called for the UK defence bar to embrace artificial intelligence and said the authority will use the newly-enacted unexplained wealth orders in corruption case. See article by Waithera Junghae (sub req’d).
- Tom announces presales of his next book, the Complete Compliance Handbook, which will be published by Compliance Week in April 2018. You can find out more on his website by clicking here.
- Join Tom and Jonathan Marks at his next Compliance Master Class, sponsored by Marcum LLP. It will be held on February 12 & 13 at Marcum’s offices in Miami, FL. More information or a copy of the agenda, or to register, will be available on my website, FCPA Compliance Report or at Marcum LLP.
- Tom announces his new podcast series Countdown to GDPR with Jonathan Armstrong. It will be a monthly series for the US compliance practitioner about how to prepare for the upcoming go live of GDPR in May, 2018.
- Tom and Jay announce their Super Bowl predictions.
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