With Tom and Jay together for a week in the City of Champions (Boston) and Tom finally getting to Fenway Park to sing Sweet Caroline, he and Jay to take a break to join discuss both events some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their collective eyes.
- Who owns a bribe and why does it matter? Rick Messick considers in Global Anti-Corruption Blog.
- What are the 6 hats of an AML compliance professional? John Arvanitis opines in CCI.
- Two prosecutors leave DOJ. Kelly Swanson reports in GIR.
- What are some of the impacts of working with monitors? Jay continues his series in CCI.
- FBI skewered in another FCPA sting trial. Clara Hudson reports in GIR. Aaron Leibowitz reports in Law360.
- Trump Tower in Moscow? What is the story? Dan Alexander and Richard Behar with a massive report in Forbes.
- Italy enacts a law to provide credit for remediation during corruption investigations. Simone Latoni in Compliance and Enforcement.
- And you think you are having a bad day? Matt Kelly looks at an assination attempt on a CAE in South Africa in Radical Compliance.
- What is ghost money? Matthew Stephenson explains in the Global Anti-Corruption Blog.
- Tom has a special 3-part podcast series this week, looking at leadership lessons from Harry Truman, Douglas MacArthur and Truman’s firing of MacArthur on 12 O’Clock High, a podcast on business leadership. Check out the following: Part 1-Leadership lessons from Harry Truman; Part 2-Leadership lessons from Douglas MacArthur; Part 3– Leadership lessons from Truman’s firing of MacArthur. The podcast is available on multiple sites: the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, JDSupra, Megaphone,YouTube, Spotifyand Corporate Compliance Insights, Compliance Podcast Networkand now on the C-Suite Radio Network.
- The Everything Compliance gang begins a two-part podcast series looking at the Trump Administration’s first 6 months of 2019, from the compliance perspective. In Part 1, Matt Kelly, Sarah Hadden and Mike Volkov weigh in. In Part 2 (to be released June 27) Jay Rosen, Jonathan Armstrong and Tom Fox opine.
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