No-Deal Brexit Would Bring Major Compliance Changes

The U.K and the European Union (EU) are bracing for the likelihood of a “no-deal” Brexit.  

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China's Social Credit System Presents New Compliance Challenges

The roll-out of China’s social credit system (SCS) is expected to be nearly complete by 2020. While many news stories have focused on the SCS’ scoring of individuals in China, SCS also applies to companies operating in the country and may impact how they approach anti-corruption compliance.  

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FAA Enforcement Committee Hands Down First-Ever Decision

The French Anticorruption Agency (FAA) made an unsuccessful attempt to take its first enforcement this July as reported by a JD Supra news alert. The move followed the regulator’s three-month audit of an undisclosed company's corporate compliance program.  

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DOJ’s new guidance – Q/A with Susan Divers

Recently, we held a live webinar with special guest Susan Divers from LRN to get her take on the expanded guidance released 30 April, 2019. We thought we’d pick her brain further on this guidance and on high-performing compliance programs.

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Best practices for high-performing compliance programs

It’s a tricky thing to understand what a high-performing compliance program actually looks like. Aside from activities and checklists and even anonymous tips, a high-performing compliance program must include the human element. Do we, as a company, believe we’re always doing the right thing? Because in the end, that is what compliance is all about.

We’ve been fortunate to work with and have at MCO some of the most respected leaders in the compliance space. And from them, we’ve crafted a few best practices for high-performing compliance programs that everyone can easily put into place.

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