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The FCPA Compliance Report is the longest running podcast in the in compliance and business ethics. Join its by its award-winning host, Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance as he visits with top compliance practitioners, key figures from business, the government and law firms in the top podcast dedicated to all things compliance.

FCPA Compliance Report Thomas Fox

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    • 4.6, 16 Ratings

The FCPA Compliance Report is the longest running podcast in the in compliance and business ethics. Join its by its award-winning host, Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance as he visits with top compliance practitioners, key figures from business, the government and law firms in the top podcast dedicated to all things compliance.

    James Koukios on the MoFo Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2020

    James Koukios on the MoFo Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2020

    In the Episode, I visit with James Koukios, partner at Morrison & Foerster, Editor-in-Chief of the firm’s Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments. We visit about the firm’s Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2020.
     Some of the highlights include:

    Portugal Freezes Assets of Africa’s Richest Woman-could this be even bigger than 1 MDB?

    Thoughts on Teva FCPA enforcement action in the context of it completing its DPA.

    What is the DOJ saying around FCPA enforcement in the Covid-19 era? (IE., any change in enforcement cadence)

    What significance, if any, do you see in Mexico request to extradite former Pemex official?

    OECD Expresses Concern over Costa Rica’s Foreign Bribery Enforcement Record. What does this mean?

     Resources
    To a copy of the Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2020 Newsletter click here.
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    • 25 min
    WireCard and Germany Inc.

    WireCard and Germany Inc.

    In the Episode, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Institutional Ethics & Integrity at Affiliated Monitors.  Mikhail’s areas of expertise include technology, privacy, cybersecurity, IP and accountability in artificial intelligence; the global anti-corruption and anti-money laundering regimes; media & entertainment; biotech and the life sciences; the public sector and international law.  She is accustomed to working on extremely sensitive and high-profile matters, both nationally and internationally. In this episode, we continue our multipart series on the Wirecard accounting fraud. Today, we consider the role of Germany Inc. in the Wirecard saga. 
    Some of the highlights include:
    ·       Wrap up of the most current event in the Wirecard saga.
    ·       Where does Germany fit in the global economy?
    ·       Other examples of German corporate fraud?
    ·       Where is all this corporate malfeasance coming from?
    ·       What is the co-determination management structure and how does it play into all this?
    ·       Political fallout?
    ·       EU response?
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    • 47 min
    Mike DeBernardis on 2020 Update to the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs and FCPA Resource Guide, 2nd edition

    Mike DeBernardis on 2020 Update to the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs and FCPA Resource Guide, 2nd edition

    In the Episode, I am joined by Mike DeBernardis, Counsel at Hughes Hubbard, in the firm’s Washington office and a member of the firm’s Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations and White Collar & Regulatory Defense practice groups. He represents corporate and individual clients in criminal, civil and administrative enforcement matters, including matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and securities and accounting fraud. In this episode we take a deep dive into the DOJ’s 2020 Update to the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs and DOJ and SEC FCPA Resource Guide, 2nd edition.
    Some of the highlights include:

    What were the top changes DeBernardis observed in 2020 Update to Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs?

    What were the top changes for you in FCPA Resource Guide, 2nd edition?

    How should one read the Resource Guide, 2nd with the 2020 Update? In conjunction, separately or in some other way?

    Is there any significance to the two documents being released so close together in time?

    Should you advise clients to do anything different because of these documents?


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    • 32 min
    Wirecard and Short Sellers

    Wirecard and Short Sellers

    In the Episode, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Institutional Ethics & Integrity at Affiliated Monitors. Mikhail’s areas of expertise include technology, privacy, cybersecurity, IP and accountability in artificial intelligence; the global anti-corruption and anti-money laundering regimes; media & entertainment; biotech and the life sciences; the public sector and international law. She is accustomed to working on extremely sensitive and high-profile matters, both nationally and internationally. In this episode, we continue our multipart series on the Wirecard accounting fraud. Today, we consider the roll of short sellers in the Wirecard saga.
    Some of the highlights include:

    Wrap up of the most current event in the Wirecard saga.

    What is a short seller?

    Is it wrong or prohibited?

    Are short sellers activists?

    History of short sellers and Wirecard.

    What happened after so many short sellers warned of fraud by Wirecard.

    Was that the end of it?

    When were their suspicions vindicated?


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    • 48 min
    Gordon Platt-from Investigative Journalism to White Collar Defense

    Gordon Platt-from Investigative Journalism to White Collar Defense

    In the Episode, I am joined by Gordon Platt.  Platt is an attorney, award-winning investigative journalist and filmmaker, and long-time entrepreneur and strategic consultant. His legal practice focuses on representing companies and individuals facing significant challenges in rapidly evolving sectors of the world economy. Areas of focus include: dispute resolution, fraud and internal investigations, and asset tracing and recovery. He is a member of the bar and licensed to practice in New York and Massachusetts. In this episode, we discuss Platt’s return to the full-time practice of law and how the skills he used as investigative journalist enhance his work as a white collar practitioner.
    Some of the highlights include:

    What has it been like to return to the practice of law fulltime during Covid-19?

    Platt’s work as an investigative journalist.

    How did that work inform his approach to the practice of law?

    Why Platt has always found that people who attempted to dissuade him from covering something because it was of no interest always led him to become interested?

    Where and how does Platt see anti-corruption due diligence headed?

    How Platt’s practice is informed by an extensive network of relationships formed over two decades of organizing professional events and programs for investors and entrepreneurs?

    For more information on Platt or his law practice, check out his firm’s website here.

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    • 23 min
    Wirecard-a podcast series on the scandal, with Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Part 1-Introduction

    Wirecard-a podcast series on the scandal, with Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Part 1-Introduction

    In the Episode, I am joined by Mikhail Reider-Gordon, Managing Director of Institutional Ethics & Integrity at Affiliated Monitors.  Mikhail’s areas of expertise include technology, privacy, cybersecurity, IP and accountability in artificial intelligence; the global anti-corruption and anti-money laundering regimes; media & entertainment; biotech and the life sciences; the public sector and international law.  She is accustomed to working on extremely sensitive and high-profile matters, both nationally and internationally. In this episode, we begin a multipart series on the Wirecard accounting fraud. 
    Some of the highlights include:

    How long was Wirecard been under scrutiny?

    What was the role of BaFin in this disaster?

    What does this mean for Germany Inc?

    Why didn’t the regulators step in?

    What about EY?

    Where are we headed in the Wirecard Fraud?


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    • 29 min

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