10 episodes

Television for the anti-corruption crowd.

FCPA TV Howard Sklar

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    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

Television for the anti-corruption crowd.

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    This Week in FCPA, episode #54

    This Week in FCPA, episode #54

    Show notes: 00:01: Introduction to Episode #54, 03:54: “Thank you, Howard, for that kind introduction,” says Lanny Breuer, and more on the IBC Conference in London. Including how impressed I was with a guy named Chad Fentress, the CECO of Nokia. 09:35: UK “guidance” and UKBA enforcement (plus, TWIFCPA is big in Europe) 18:04: Tyco. […]

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    This Week in FCPA, episode #53

    This Week in FCPA, episode #53

    Tom and I discuss HP, NCR & how NOT to react to whistleblowers, the new and improved DOJ web site, Comverse Technologies and a lenient sentence for Paul Cosgrove. Episode #53.

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    The French, Safran, and How to Incentivize Bribery

    The French, Safran, and How to Incentivize Bribery

    I rant a little bit about the French and the fine they imposed against French aerospace and defense company Safran. A €500,000 fine for a bribery scheme that netted them a €170 million contract. I'm an anti-bribery advocate, and I'd make that deal. A 34,000% ROI.

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    This Week in FCPA, Episode #52

    This Week in FCPA, Episode #52

    Tom and I talk about Tom’s talk tomorrow in Chicago, News Corp.’s latest arrest, Safran’s ridiculously low fine, how much an investigation should cost (more if you’re Walmart, versus ABM), the SFO and gifts, Harris Corp. and gifts, and more! Show notes: 00:41: Go hear Tom in Chicago, Tuesday morning at the University Club of […]

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    This Week in FCPA, episode #51

    This Week in FCPA, episode #51

    In our weekly anti-corruption catch-up, Tom and I talk about Oracle, the SEC's extractive disclosure rule, $50,000 to a whistleblower, who's your state-owned entity, Peterson and accepting responsibility, and more!

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    Go Hug Your Finance People

    Go Hug Your Finance People

    Your finance people are absolutely crucial to your FCPA program. Do you know who they are? What their viewpoint is? What pressures they're under? They can help you with two of your most important program elements: transactional diligence and internal controls.

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

Kalahun ,

Whistle Blower Protection

Thank you for an intriguing view about something I had not consider. You report was as usual clear and concise. I especially like the fact that you can discuss serious issues while maintaining a sense of humor-which I attribute to your having spent time at Tufts.

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