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Want to catch up the week’s top compliance and ethics stories in one podcast? This Week in FCPA is the podcast for you. Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist and Voice of Compliance and Jay Rosen, Mr. Monitor wrap up the week’s top compliance and ethics stories and commentaries. Throw in sports, movies the ongoing adventures of Mrs. Monitor and the twins and this podcast will be one of the most enjoyable 30 minutes you spend listening to each week.
 
This podcast features the latest interview in the areas of compliance, risk management and e-learning. Topics include AML, GDPR, harassment, FCPA, anti-bribery and more. Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of online compliance training and risk management software. With over 200,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online compliance. VinciWorks offers a range of compliance and regulatory training courses on topics such ...
 
Join us to hear about crime families, penny stock boiler rooms, international money launderers, narco-traffickers, oligarchs, dictators, warlords, and kleptocrats. The Fraud Eats Strategy series is the distillation of Scott Moritz's experience forged over thirty-plus years, whether it's an accounting scandal, arrests, search warrants, loss of market cap, or all of those things at once – one thing is sure. Failure to consider fraud and corruption risk can upend your strategy and lead to disaster.
 
As the leading global provider of enterprise legal management software and services, Datacert knows what it takes to successfully deploy and maximize the value of legal technology in a corporate legal department. In this podcast series, Datacert tech experts in areas such as legal business intelligence, cloud-based services, usability, matter management, and training and knowledge transfer, share best practices and provide listeners with actionable, practical advice to take their legal techn ...
 
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In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Bill Athanas, partner at the Waller Law Firm in Birmingham. Bill is a former DOJer in the Fraud Section who worked on FCPA enforcement actions in the first decade of the 21st century before moving to the US Attorney’s Office in Birmingham. From there he moved to the Waller Law Firm. High…
 
Jay returns from his travels to report on the 1st compliance conference since 2019. He and Tom unpack some of the stories that caught their collective eye on the Heading to October edition. Stories 1. ESG and Compliance. Mike Volkov on the ‘G’ in ESG. Tom has a 5-part series on why compliance should lead the ESG effort in the FCPA Compliance and Et…
 
An internal investigation is like reading a good novel. You begin the journey with a general expectation of what the novel or the “investigation” is about. As you learn more, the investigation gains momentum filled with moments of discovery, surprise and ultimately a basis for understanding. In some cases, the end of the story (e.g. an oil well exp…
 
An internal investigation is like reading a good novel. You begin the journey with a general expectation of what the novel or the “investigation” is about. As you learn more, the investigation gains momentum filled with moments of discovery, surprise and ultimately a basis for understanding. In some cases, the end of the story (e.g. an oil well exp…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Randy Sorrels, an old colleague in the legal practice from Houston. Randy is also a former President of the State Bar of Texas. He also started a new law firm with his wife Alex at the height of the pandemic. He visits about his new law firm, his innovative use of social media and real c…
 
Jay is once again traveling this week so we are joined by Professor Karen Woody as special guest co-host. I know you will enjoy her comments on this special Focus on the SEC edition. Stories 1. Coinbase v. the SEC. Andrew Ross Sorkin previews in NYT Dealbook. Francine McKenna takes a deep dive in The Dig (sub req’d) Gary Gensler testifies before Co…
 
The UK government’s consultation on reforming data protection, launched on 9 September, sets out a radically different framework for data protection than GDPR. From re-orientating the Information Commissioner’s Office to new ways for businesses to process data, these far-reaching reforms are set to have a significant impact on businesses. In this e…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Lisa Beth Lentini Walker and Stef Tschida, co-authors of the book Raise Your Game, Not Your Voice. They explain what happens when a compliance professional and communications expert sit down and write a book. Their book presents actionable insights into how to forge relationships across …
 
The Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (“OFAC”) continues to bring sanctions enforcement actions. At the same time, OFAC is reiterating the importance of sanctions compliance program. Building on its May 2019 Framework for Sanctions Compliance Program, OFAC is sticking to its word — setting forth sanctions compliance program r…
 
The Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Asset Control ("OFAC") continues to bring sanctions enforcement actions. At the same time, OFAC is reiterating the importance of sanctions compliance program. Building on its May 2019 Framework for Sanctions Compliance Program, OFAC is sticking to its word -- setting forth sanctions compliance program …
 
This week is the 20th anniversary of 9/11. On Saturday Tom and Jay ask that you take a moment of silence to remember all those who lost their lives on that day, their loved ones and those who were impacted by those events over the past 20 years. Stories 1. Elizabeth Holmes finally goes to trial. Aly McDevitt in Compliance Week (sub req’d) Opening s…
 
Chief compliance officers recognize the importance of conducting robust audits of their compliance programs. The audit process requires a delicate balance between qualitative and quantitative measures. As corporate compliance programs build data analytics and technological capabilities, CCOs have to tailor the audit program to incorporate data as a…
 
Chief compliance officers recognize the importance of conducting robust audits of their compliance programs. The audit process requires a delicate balance between qualitative and quantitative measures. As corporate compliance programs build data analytics and technological capabilities, CCOs have to tailor the audit program to incorporate data as a…
 
As Jay returns from an extended road trip, he and Tom look forward to an extended Labor Day weekend and are back to look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their interest on This Week in FCPA in the Labor Day edition. Stories 1. Is ESG on your radar? Vince Walden, Rich Goode and Steve Speigelhalter in Fraud Magazi…
 
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to return to the office, companies are taking a variety of approaches to managing the transition. While some are staying at home for now and others have gone back full time, most are opting for a hybrid working policy. But many people are anxious, or at least conflicted, about returning to in…
 
Sources: Multiple Consultations Released – Source 1, Source 2, and Source 3 Workspace In Home Expenses Ensuring Audit Requests Are Answered Medical Travel Expenses German Pensions Multiple Children But One RESP Account Fuel Cards Provided To Independent Contractor Drivers Wedding Costs – Tax Evasion? For detailed COVID-19 information curated for Ca…
 
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to return to the office, companies are taking a variety of approaches to managing the transition. While some are staying at home for now and others have gone back full time, most are opting for a hybrid working policy. While this might be a sensible and fair solution for the time being, havin…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Professor Karen Woody to look at the current state of the SEC in the Biden Administration. Highlights of this podcast include: A. SEC-Early Impressions SEC debate in the public arena between the commissioners. Early impressions of SEC Chair Gensler. What are some of the top priorities yo…
 
As drumheads worldwide mourn the death of Rolling Stones drummer Charlies Watts and Jay goes ‘on the road’; Tom is joined by special guest host, Kristy Grant-Hart to look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their interest on This Week in FCPA in the Charlie Watts Tribute edition. Stories 1. Is ESG replacement for g…
 
Ransomware is a type of malware used by criminal organizations to gain unlawful access to computer networks and encrypt the data stored on those networks and render it unusable. The criminal organization then holds the data hostage until a ransom payment is made. If the ransom is not paid, the victim organization’s data will either remain encrypted…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by fan fav James Koukios to review the Morrison & Foerster April International Anti-Corruption Newsletter. Highlights of this podcast include: UK Subsidiary of Aircraft Manufacturer Pleads Guilty to Saudi Arabia Bribery Scheme. Former Brazilian Petrochemical Company CEO Pleads Guilty to Bra…
 
The culture bandwagon is picking up steam. Everyone is citing its organization’s “culture” as the foundation for its activities in the hope of meeting a rapidly evolving standard for organizations. In its latest corporate compliance guidance, the Justice Department, along with numerous regulatory agencies continue to cite the importance of a compan…
 
The culture bandwagon is picking up steam. Everyone is citing its organization’s “culture” as the foundation for its activities in the hope of meeting a rapidly evolving standard for organizations. In its latest corporate compliance guidance, the Justice Department, along with numerous regulatory agencies continue to cite the importance of a compan…
 
As Texas’ Governor-Mr. Personal Responsibility-himself comes down with Covid after refusing to engage in ‘personal responsibility’, Tom and Jay are back to look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their interest on This Week in FCPA in the Personal Responsibility edition. Stories Corruption led to the fall of Afgha…
 
A strong code of conduct is vital for employees to know what is expected of them. How do you ensure your staff are able to easily grasp your code and put it into practice without feeling overwhelmed or bored? And how do you succinctly cover topics as diverse as discrimination and harassment to bribery and cyber security? In this episode, we are joi…
 
Monitorships, transaction lookbacks and KYC remediations are the equivalents of a regulatory vote of no confidence. They can be incredibly disruptive, painful and can cost millions of dollars to implement. They are extreme measures that are taken when regulators have seen no improvement in succeeding regulatory exams or sometimes happen without war…
 
LRN recently issued its second of three annual reports on ethics and compliance program effectiveness. The second report focuses on board engagement with ethics and compliance and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. David Greenberg, a Special Advisor to LRN, joins us to discuss the interesting results of the LRN report. The LRN report can b…
 
LRN recently issued its second of three annual reports on ethics and compliance program effectiveness. The second report focuses on board engagement with ethics and compliance and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. David Greenberg, a Special Advisor to LRN, joins us to discuss the interesting results of the LRN report. The LRN report can b…
 
As the Tokyo Olympics conclude and Biden passes an infrastructure bill, Tom and Jay are back to take a look at this week’s stories top compliance and ethics stories which caught their interest on This Week in FCPA in the Infrastructure Bill edition. Stories 1. Navex Global new benchmark report. Carrie Penman, Andrew Burt and Mary Bennett in Navex G…
 
In this short episode, we interview Sonia Zeledón, Hershey's Head of Ethics & Compliance, to explore how Hershey's, a global confectionary company, has gone about updating and sharing its code of conduct. Sonia shares why Hershey decided to update its code, the importance of branding and the inspiration behind unique innovations within their code. …
 
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