Telefonica Brasil Case Underscores G&E Risks

Telefônica Brasil recently agreed to pay the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) more than $4 million to settle charges brought against the organization for allegedly violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). 

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Automating FCPA Compliance Can Be A Win-Win

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) relaxed its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) policy, better known as the “Yates Memo,” at the end of 2018. Previously, the DOJ required corporations provide all information on an employee’s potential misconduct to earn any cooperation credit during an investigation. The softened policy simply requires corporations identify individuals involved in potential misconduct to earn possible credit.

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6 Ways To Mitigate Risk During Gift-Giving Season (All Year)

The holidays are here. The office is filled with cheer. . . and gifts that might be putting your organization at risk.

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Advanced Strategies to Manage Anti-Corruption Risk Webinar

 MyComplianceOffice is pleased to confirm Michael Volkov of Volkov Law Group and John Kearney, Director for Product at MCO will co-host a joint Webinar on March 21 at 12 pm EST.

This exclusive MCO Webinar will provide insight to help companies get ahead in the race to comply with ever-changing, global anti-bribery and corruption regulations.  

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SEC watchdog identifies KPMG's 'Rolex-man'

by The Compliance Exchange on May 29, 2013

THE SEC has brought an ex-KPMG partner to court for securities fraud and for accepting cash bribes and a Rolex watch in return for insider audit information.

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