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As Tom and Jay mourn the death of cultural icon Stan Lee, they consider that story and look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories. Why Goldman’s ‘tick the box’ compliance program not good enough. FT editorial board. sub req’d What are 4 questions the DOJ is likely to ask and what are 4 areas of inquiry under the FCPA Corporate ...…
 
NOVEMBER 16, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: How much do allegations of bribery to get business hurt Chinese businesses? (Wall Street Journal) In a scathing expose, the NYT reports that when Facebook was in crisis it attacked its criticizers.(New York Times) Can a firm partner be a rogue employee? (New York Times) H ...…
 
Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. This week’s episode was is dedicated to considering one article which recently appeared in the New York Times, entitled, “Trump Administration Spares Corporate Wrongdoers Billions in Penalties”. Each panelist considers the piece and its underlying principals from their own perspective. Jonat ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org When it comes to compliance due diligence during a merger or acquisition, the number one thing to know, says Kasey Ingram of ISK Americas, is that regulators expect it as a part of an effective compliance program. Even if the regulators didn’t have these expectations, it’s just plain pr ...…
 
NOVEMBER 15, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: How has GDPR impacted M&A deals? (Wall Street Journal) AstroBall nominated as one of the best business books of 2018.(Amazon) What is a public spanking? Goldman Sachs finds out as the FT Editorial Page calls out its check the box compliance function. (Financial Times) Why ...…
 
What are some of the top compliance stories for November 14, 2018? Check with a cup of coffee, the Compliance Evangelist on the Daily Podcast News.
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org Sometimes you have to move on, whether it’s because your current compliance and ethics position isn’t working out, or because opportunity comes knocking. Steve Harrison of Conselium works with compliance professionals looking for new job opportunities and for companies looking to hire t ...…
 
What were today's top compliance, leadership and corruption stories? Find out on November 13, 2018 edition of the Daily Compliance News, with a tribute to Stan Lee.
 
In this podcast series, I visit with Vin DiCianni, founder and President of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) and Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President of AMI. We consider the global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies, outside the US; in both their home countries and in other countries. AMI does independent integri ...…
 
In this podcast series, I visit with Vin DiCianni, founder and President of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) and Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President of AMI. We consider the global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies, outside the US; in both their home countries and in other countries. AMI does independent integri ...…
 
In this podcast series, I visit with Vin DiCianni, founder and President of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) and Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President of AMI. We consider the global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies, outside the US; in both their home countries and in other countries where. AMI does independent i ...…
 
In this podcast series, I visit with Vin DiCianni, founder and President of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) and Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President of AMI. We consider the global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies, outside the US; in both their home countries and in other countries. AMI does independent integri ...…
 
The FCPA Compliance Report is the longest running podcast in compliance. This summer, the Compliance Podcast Network posted its 1000thpodcast in its catalogue. The FCPA Compliance Report is the most senior podcast in this network. To commemorate this event, I am featuring a five-year retrospective for the topic of each podcast. In each podcast, ...…
 
In this podcast series, I visit with Vin DiCianni, founder and President of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (AMI) and Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President of AMI. We consider the global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies, outside the US; in both their home countries and in other countries where they do business. AMI d ...…
 
NOVEMBER 12, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: What happens when an industry has too much hubris? (Bloomberg) Will the new Chairman help anything at Tesla?(Wall Street Journal) Still smoky for college basketball after 1stcorruption trial. (StarTribune) More (very) bad news for Goldman Sachs. (Wall Street Journal)…
 
Goldman Sachs has a very bad week, most particularly around its role in the 1MDB scandal. Tom and Jay consider that story and look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories. Malaysian officials call for Goldman Sachs to return the $600MM profits it made on the 1MDB bond sales. Stephania Palma reports in the Financial Times. (sub r ...…
 
NOVEMBER 9, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: What happens when the regulators question your tech solutions? (Wall Street Journal) Are Chinese companies being targeted for FCPA prosecutions?(FCPA Blog) KPMG (finally) begins to address conflicts of interest. (Financial Times) In the wake of a massive employee walkout, ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org While there is much discussion of the challenges in due diligence and third-party vetting in China, Russia and Africa, the risks and challenges don’t end there. As Milos Stopic, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Middle East and Eastern Europe for Louis Berger International explains, when doi ...…
 
In this episode of Across the Board, I visit with Doreen Lilienfeld. She is a partner at Shearman & Sterling in New York. Today we visit on the firm’s Shearman & Sterling Annual Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation Survey. Some of the topics we discuss are: What is the Shearman & Sterling Annual Corporate Governance & Executive Compens ...…
 
NOVEMBER 8, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: Malaysian officials call for Goldman Sachs to return the $600MM profits it made on the 1MDB bond sales. (Financial Times) Did the Hoskins decision change due diligence requirements?(FCPA Blog) How will the rest of the world deal with new US sanctions on Iran? (Wall Street ...…
 
Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive into the recently announced reorganization of the Michigan State University compliance function, rolling it into the newl ...…
 
NOVEMBER 7, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: Changes at the top of Danske bank as the Chairman of the Board resigns. (Financial Times) Strip clubs off the approved employee expense reimbursement at Under Armor.(Wall Street Journal) What are per deim expenses and why do you need to be concerned about them? (FCPA Blog) ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org May 25, 2018 was the deadline for companies to comply with the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and for many organizations, it was a very long slog just getting there. Andre Bywater of Cordery Compliance warns, though, that it’s best not to think of that date as a ...…
 
NOVEMBER 6, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: Are new industries about to be hit with FCPA enforcement actions. (National Law Journal) Shocking news-corruption still ongoing in emerging markets. (Devdiscourse) Does a Golden Passport portend corruption? (Wall Street Journal) In SEC enforcement is it quantity or quality ...…
 
In this episode I visit with Jonathan Armstrong and we update the current status of Privacy Shield in EU, US and UK. On both sides of the Atlantic, Privacy Shield is still a topic of hot conversation. Some of the highlights are: What is the current status of Privacy Shield? How has the Trump Administration responded to Privacy Shield? Will the ...…
 
In this episode, I visit with James Koukios, a partner at Morrison and Foerster in Washington DC. Koukios is a former prosecutor from the Department of Justice who worked in the FCPA Unit. He is back to discuss the firm’s monthly newsletter the Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for August 2018. In this podcast we discuss: How ea ...…
 
Leveraging Investigative Techniques to Bring Down Medical Serial Killers by RANE Team
 
NOVEMER 5, 2018 BY TOM FOX In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: Corruption allegations throw Sri Lanka into turmoil. (New York Times) New academic paper shows the ROI on robust whistleblower program. (Navex Global) SEC levied nearly $4bn in fines for last fiscal year. (Wall Street Journal) Head of Australian Cricket resigns after scathi ...…
 
Whistleblower investigations have increased in frequency and importance for companies and regulatory agencies. How can companies prepare and respond to an investigation that may be spurred by a whistleblower report? Katy McArthur, partner in the Litigation practice and Co-coordinator of the Commodities, Futures and Derivatives practice, and Ann ...…
 
In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: Maryland football coach DJ Durkin fired one day after Systems Board of Regents reinstated him. (New York Times) Big news in the 1MDB scandal. Tim Leissner pleads guilty. Roger Ng and Jho Low are indicted. (FCPA Blog) New study shows the monetary cost for reputational damages. (WSJ Risk and Compliance ...…
 
The Boston Red Sox thrashed the LA Dodgers in World Series, bringing the trophy back to Boston for the 4th time in 15 years. What’s it like to support such a loveable winner? Jay shares some of the secrets as the lads look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories. What are some of the lessons from the Boston Red Sox World Series ...…
 
In this episode of Across the Board, I visit with Amii Barnard-Bahn. She is a strategic advisor to Boards of Director and executive coach to many C-Suite members. She specializes in accelerating the success of C-Suite executives and partners with leaders and teams to help scale their business. She has shaped company culture and strategic initia ...…
 
In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: The Danske Bank AS whistleblower has been released from his NDA and will testify before the Danish and EU Parliaments. (Bloomberg) If a whistleblower rings, is anyone listening? (MVolkov) Yet another former PdVSA procurement officer, has pled guilty to AML charges in connection with bribery and corru ...…
 
In this episode I visit with Jonathan Armstrong on some of the themes that have emerged in the nearly six months since GDPR has gone live. Armstrong has traveled literally across the globe to work on data protection/data privacy matters and has been able to talk to a wide variety of those impacted by GDPR, from regulators in Europe to companies ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org The US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and similar anti-corruption laws around the globe get the lion’s share of attention, but as the Wall Street Journal recently reported, sanctions accounted for 56% of fines in the last ten years, totaling $26 billion worldwide. Suzanne Bullitt, who is ...…
 
In this podcast, I consider Sherlock Holmes as a teacher and the role he sets out for every Chief Compliance Officer. In a blog post by Maria Konnikova, entitled “What Sherlock Holmes Can Teach Us About Decision Making”, she explored some of the ways that Holmes “insights into the human mind do more to teach us about how we do think and how we ...…
 
In this episode, I consider Conan Doyle’s third Sherlock Homes novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles. The novel, originally serialized in The Strandfrom 1901 to 1902, is generally recognized by Sherlockians as the premier Doyle work regarding his fictional detective. I use this novel to illustrate how you can plan out and schedule 90 days to inn ...…
 
In this podcast, we consider Conan Doyle’s second Sherlock Homes novel, The Sign of Four. The novel was published in 1890 but the story is set in 1888. The story entails a complex plot involving service in East India Company, India, the Indian Rebellion of 1857, a stolen treasure, and a secret pact among four convicts and two corrupt prison gua ...…
 
In this podcast, we celebrate Doyle’s final novel, The Valley of Fear. This novel was written in 1914 and serialized in the Strand Magazinebetween 1914 and 1915. It was notable for two reasons. The first that it was at least inspired by events in America involving the Molly Maguires, the Pinkerton Agency and its undercover agent James McParland ...…
 
In this episode, I consider the first novel, A Study in Scarlet. There are two items of note that I learnt in researching this work. The first is that it was written in 1886 and even Conan Doyle had trouble finding a publisher for what went on to become the most famous detective character of all-time. The second was the title. I had always thou ...…
 
In the Episode, I visit with Yvette Lingom, Associate Director, Programming at C5 Communications Ltd. We discuss the opening of the nomination process for C5’s Women in Compliance Awards which are presented annually in conjunction with the Women in Compliance conference put on by the organization. They honor individuals, teams and their compani ...…
 
The Boston Red Sox thrash the LA Dodgers in the first two games of the World Series. Will they sweep the NL champs? The New England Patriots are back on top of their division. Is Jay heading for a fall? The lads regroup after the 2018 SCCE, Compliance and Ethics Institute to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories. Tom and ...…
 
Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. The genesis of Everything Compliance was our first podcast three years ago at SCCE in Chicago. We reconvene for this week’s episode at the SCCE 2018 Compliance and Ethics Institute. This year we record in Las Vegas. We have a potpourri of topics and free flowing conversation, including the f ...…
 
Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive the upcoming Navex Global Virtual Conference, which is scheduled for Thursday, November 8. Some of the highlights from th ...…
 
In the Episode, I visit with Dave Lefort, the Editor in Chief of Compliance Week. We visit on Dave’s route as a journalist and online sports leader to compliance. We discuss some of his new initiatives at Compliance Week and the upcoming Compliance Week virtual open House. Some of the highlights include: --How Dave’s work at ESPN as part of the ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org For over two decades the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and Health Care Compliance Association, along with the entire compliance profession, has benefited from the leadership of Roy Snell. With Roy’s retirement beginning on November 1, 2018 we wanted to have one last opportu ...…
 
The Boston Red Sox storm into the World Series after defeating the Houston Astros in the ALCS. Will the team with the best record in baseball take home the trophy this year? Jay and Tom (well really just Jay) hit the highlights from the Sox 4-1 shellacking of Houston. Tom takes his medicine as they take a look at some of the week’s top complian ...…
 
In this episode of Across the Board, I visit with Amii Barnard-Bahn. She is a strategic advisor to Boards of Director and executive coach to many C-Suite members. She specializes in accelerating the success of C-Suite executives and partners with leaders and teams to help scale their business. She has shaped company culture and strategic initia ...…
 
Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive into the Benczkowski Memo and what it means for not only the monitor selection process but for compliance officers who ma ...…
 
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org In 2005 the London-based Institute of Business Ethics conducted its first Ethics at Work survey. At the time it focused solely on Great Britain. Since then, as Philippa Foster Back, the IBE’s Director explains, the survey has grown to include twelve European countries. The findings from ...…
 
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