All Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs articles – Page 2

  • FCPA

    FCPA Resource Guide revision a gold mine for compliance officers


    The first update to the SEC and Justice Department’s FCPA Resource Guide since it was published in 2012 includes several clarifications intended to benefit chief compliance officers and in-house counsel.

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    Criminal Division head Benczkowski to depart DOJ


    Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski, head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, will leave the agency, effective July 3.

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    Revised DOJ compliance guidance highlights risk, training, more


    The Department of Justice posted new revisions to its “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” guidance, directing prosecutors to ask whether compliance is “adequately resourced and empowered to function” effectively, among other changes.

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    Compliance lessons from recent nine-figure FCPA settlements


    Walmart, TechnipFMC, Fresenius—just to name a few—have all fallen prey to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a record year of jacked-up enforcement and sky-high penalties.

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    The evolution of FCPA enforcement


    Compliance Week guest columnist Tom Fox writes about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s journey from 2012 through today.

  • Blog

    What are your compliance resources?


    Evolved Justice Department policies encourage corporations to see it is directly in their best interest to provide the resources, authority, and gravitas to the compliance position within their organizations.

  • Blog

    The role of global payroll in compliance


    When it comes to following the money and staying in accordance with Department of Justice regulations, global payroll is the most well-suited corporate discipline to provide first-level oversight and controls.

  • Blog

    CCO authority and independence


    The more the Justice Department talks about CCO independence, coupled with resources being made available and authority concomitant with the CCO position, the more corporations will see it is in their best interest to provide the resources, authority, and gravitas to compliance positions within their organizations.

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    United Airlines: using a compliance framework to further customer relations


    United Airlines has been handed some positive compliance lessons from its recent public relations faux pas, including the forcible removal of a passenger, but will the company follow through on its pledge to make good on customer relations?

  • Blog

    On the evaluation of corporate compliance programs


    Tom Fox looks at the Justice Department’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs,” an 11-part list of questions that encapsulates the Justice Department’s most current thinking on what constitutes a best practices compliance program.