About FCPA Compliance Report

Tom Fox has practiced law in Houston for 35 years and now brings you the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report. Learn the latest in anti-corruption and anti-bribery compliance and international transaction issues, as well as business solutions to compliance problems.
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    1. Why did Navex Global see this acquisition of Lockpath as an opportunity?
    2. How does this acquisition provide Navex Global with a more holistic approach to GRC solutions?
    3. Cyber security and data breaches have become an important part of M&A pre-acquisition Due Diligence. Can you outline your approach to these issues?
    4. Why is it important to have a defined acquisition procedure, which details an acquisition from pre-contact of a target through full integration in place?
    5. As the top lawyer for an ethics and compliance software and risk management, you must be hyper-aware of the myriad threats facing companies these days. What, in your experience, are some of the threats most overlooked by businesses?
    For additional information, see Navex Global Press Release announcing the sale.

    See article by Phillip Bantz in Corporate Counsel entitled “NAVEX Global General Counsel Discusses M&A Due Diligence”.

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  • In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Jim Murphy,...
  • Array ( [id] => e2bb974e-cf5c-11e9-b857-373fc21cfab5 [createdAt] => 2019-09-04T17:42:25.925-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-09-04T17:42:42.962-04:00 [title] => James Koukios on the Morrison and Foerster Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for April 2019 [pubdate] => 2019-09-09T00:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/e2bb974e-cf5c-11e9-b857-373fc21cfab5/image/uploads_2F1567633117451-5x5mae8ofjj-27b283b2a8655f238f79d443db360024_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 443 [subtitle] => In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Morrison and Foerster partner James Koukios on the firm’s Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for April 2019. We look at some of the key international developments.   [summary] => In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Morrison and Foerster partner James Koukios on the firm’s Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for April 2019. We look at some of the key international developments.  Highlights from the podcast include:
    1. The debate Over Meaning of “Agent” Under FCPA Intensifies Ahead of Hoskins Trial.
    2. Federal Court Finds FCPA Investigation Documents Protected by Attorney-Client Privilege.
    3. International Maritime Organization (IMO) Sets Anti-Corruption Agenda.
    4. We take a deep dive into the new Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, 2019 Guidance. What is new (if anything)? How does this assist the corporate compliance professional? Should it be read in conjunction with the Benczkowski Memo?
    To see a copy of the Morrison and Foerster Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for April 2019, click here.

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  • In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Morrison and...
  • Array ( [id] => 50f9c0cc-c60d-11e9-b39b-afe64a9c35d2 [createdAt] => 2019-08-23T18:20:10.678-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-08-25T12:32:51.794-07:00 [title] => Episode 442-Serco Geografix DPA [pubdate] => 2019-08-25T21:02:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/50f9c0cc-c60d-11e9-b39b-afe64a9c35d2/image/uploads_2F1566601288057-20exr2aflpt-8decd45bb3fe434c4130345325e927b6_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 442 [subtitle] => n this episode I visit with Sacha Harber-Kelly, a partner at Gibson Dunn in the UK and Steve Melrose, a senior Associate at the firm on the Serco Geografix DPA. [summary] => In this episode I visit with Sacha Harber-Kelly, a partner at Gibson Dunn in the UK and Steve Melrose, a senior Associate at the firm. They authored what I think is one of the best summaries of the recent Serco Graphic Deferred Prosecution Agreement and they came on the podcast to flesh out some of their thoughts on the matter. Highlights from the podcast include:
    1.     What is the significance of this Serco DPA?2.     What was the court’s analysis?3.     Why did the court deem the DPA in the interest of justice?4.     What did the court say about the seriousness of the conduct?5.     What was the company’s cooperation and how did that play into the court’s analysis?6.     What would have been the collateral consequences to the company had it been convicted at trial?7.     How did the court view the strength of the evidence brought forward by the SFO?8.     What was the court’s discussion around whether or not the terms of the DPA fair reasonable and proportionate?9.     What is the significance of postponement of the Statement of Facts?10.  Does the Serco Geografix DPA provide any additional guidance beyond prior DPAs issued in the UK?
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  • In this episode I visit with Sacha Harber-Kelly, a partner...
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  • In this episode I visit with Matt Galvin, Vice President,...
  • Array ( [id] => 538d8c22-b9ee-11e9-8679-8f91e17e0cf5 [createdAt] => 2019-08-08T10:08:06.640-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-08-09T09:41:13.796-05:00 [title] => Everything You Wanted to Know About Monitors But Were Afraid To Ask: Part V-Cost Issues When Hiring a Monitor [pubdate] => 2019-08-11T23:10:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/538d8c22-b9ee-11e9-8679-8f91e17e0cf5/image/uploads_2F1565361652548-wf55817f07e-800a8278d17ccfd559d256a09b94d374_2FFCPA_Podcast_08.2019.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 5 [subtitle] => This week, over a five-part podcast series, Jay Rosen and myself have considered some of the basic questions around monitors and monitorships. Today, in our concluding Part 5, we look at cost issues when hiring a monitor and how a company can work to ameliorate them. [summary] => This week, over a five-part podcast series, we have considered some of the basic questions around monitors and monitorships. I have been joined in this exploration by Jay Rosen, the Vice President of Business Development and Monitoring Specialist at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. who is the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we introduced the role of independent integrity monitors and corporate monitorships; discussed both pre-settlement and post-resolution monitorships and their different applications;  and listed out some of the considerations a company should take in hiring a monitor. Today, in our concluding Part 5, we look at cost issues when hiring a monitor and how a company can work to ameliorate them.

    Some of the highlights from this podcast include:

    1. What will be the overall scope of the monitorship?
    2. What will be the frequency of engagement by the monitor?
    3. What will be the duration of the monitorship?
    4. What is the experience of the monitor and how does that play into overall costs?
    5. How you can work through cost control issues by using a robust monitor’s Workplan?
    6. How selective sampling is a powerful tool and why it can be a cost-saving measure.For additional reading see Jay Rosen’s article 
    How Much Will a Corporate Monitorship Cost? on Corporate Compliance Insights.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here.


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  • This week, over a five-part podcast series, we have considered...
  • Array ( [id] => fd85dd12-b9ec-11e9-b47a-1f0f05e26ebd [createdAt] => 2019-08-08T09:58:32.812-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-08-09T09:39:15.892-05:00 [title] => Everything You Wanted to Know About Monitors But Were Afraid To Ask: Part IV-Considerations When Hiring a Monitor [pubdate] => 2019-08-11T23:08:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/fd85dd12-b9ec-11e9-b47a-1f0f05e26ebd/image/uploads_2F1565361270312-qh9n78holc8-77b32bbbd970bece3c4f1cc3580dfa5c_2FFCPA_Podcast_08.2019.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 4 [subtitle] => In this five-part podcast series, Jay Rosen and I consider some of the basic questions around monitors and monitorships. Today, in Part 4, we look at considerations when hiring a monitor. [summary] => In this five-part podcast series, we consider some of the basic questions around monitors and monitorships. I am joined in this podcast series by Jay Rosen, the Vice President of Business Development and Monitoring Specialist at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. who is the sponsor of this podcast series. In this series we introduce the role of independent integrity monitors and corporate monitorships; discuss both pre-settlement and post-resolution monitorships and their different applications; considerations a company should take in hiring a monitor and cost reflections for monitorships. Today, in Part 4, we look at considerations when hiring a monitor.

    Some of the highlights from this podcast include:
    1. Considering the type and style of the monitor in your selection process.
    2. What is the expertise of the monitor, not simply in the subject matter but concluding monitorships?
    3. Balancing the interests of the regulator, the company and other stakeholders.
    4. Making sure that the monitor is bringing value to the company.
    5. Why a Monitor must be independent and conflict-free.I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 5, where we discuss the issue of costs when retaining a monitor.


    For additional reading see Jay Rosen’s article What Issues Should a Company Consider When Hiring a Corporate Monitor? on Corporate Compliance Insights.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here.




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  • In this five-part podcast series, we consider some of the...
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    Some of the highlights from this podcast include:

    1.    What is an Internal Cultural Assessment?2.    How can a pre-settlement monitorship be used as a (a) Pre-emptive Strike;  or (b) to prevent a suspension or debarment action?3.    What is the power of a pre-acquisition monitor in M&A Due Diligence?4.    How is an independent integrity monitor can be a powerful prescriptive tool?

    I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 4, where we discuss considerations when hiring a monitor.

    For additional reading see Jay Rosen’s article What is the Power of a Pre-Settlement Monitorship?on Corporate Compliance Insights.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here


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    Some of the highlights from this podcast include:

    1. What is a monitorship in the FCPA Context?
    2. Complying with Consent Decrees
    3. When does post-resolution monitorship have the impact of a pre-settlement monitorship?
    4. There are myriad of other ways a post-resolution monitorship can help a company navigate post-resolution issues with regulators.I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 3, where we discuss the power of a pre-settlement monitorship.


    For additional reading see Jay Rosen’s article What is a Post-Resolution Monitorship? on Corporate Compliance Insights.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here.


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    Some of the highlights from this podcast include:

    1.    What is a corporate monitor?2.    What agency has oversight?3.    Who foots the bill?4.    What about subject matter expertise?
    I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 2, where we discuss post-settlement monitorships.

    For additional reading see Jay Rosen’s article Corporate Monitorship 101: Who Are They, and What Can You Expect? on Corporate Compliance Insights.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here



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    1. How does this change the Antitrust Division Leniency Program?
    2. Does your compliance program have an antitrust focus?
    3. How should compliance professionals consider using this Evaluation?
    4. How does this Evaluation fit in with Evaluation of FCPA Compliance Programs?For a copy of the DOJ Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs in Criminal Antitrust Investigations, click 
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    1. The MTS FCPA Settlement.
    2. Changes in FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy-what is ‘De-Confliction’ and ephemeral messaging.
    3. OECD Working Group on Bribery Reports on the UK’s Foreign Bribery Enforcement Record.
    4. CFTC announces entry into FCPA enforcement.
    5. India appoints first anticorruption ombudsman.
    To see a copy of the Morrison and Foerster Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for March 2019, click here.



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    Some of the highlights include:

    Where is the vast Compliance Podcast Network, and what is coming in the future?

    The genesis of for Trekking through Compliance and how were you able to pull together and synthesize all of the Star Trek episodes?

    My perspective on this recent DOJ and OFAC Guidance and how should compliance professionals use this guidance?

    Given all of this recent government guidance, where does the FCPA Guidance from 2012 fit into the picture?  Does it still have value to the compliance professional?

    What do you see, over the next five years, and how should compliance professionals prioritize compliance?

    We always hear about automation, blockchain, artificial intelligence, data analytics and machine learning – how do we sift through these, find valuable compliance applications and then prioritize the use of these technologies?

    When Trump first assumed the presidency there was concern about his commitment to FCPA enforcement.  What is my view of how this has turned out?

    Where DOJ will be over the next few years on enforcement and compliance?

    As compliance continues to evolve and increase its influence, where is the compliance profession growing?

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    I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 4, where we discuss the challenges of multistate into today’s litigation environment. For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here.

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    I hope you will join us tomorrow for Part 3, where we discuss multi-state litigation by state Attorney Generals in the post-tobacco era. For more information on Affiliated Monitors, Inc. visit their website here.
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    1.     What is the China Initiative?

    2.     Why is it significant?

    3.     What developments have you seen over the past 6 months since its announcement?

    4.     Does the China Initiative tie into the effort for greater transparency of Chinese owned companies in America per the Senate bill on auditing?

    5.     Does the China Initiative mean the FCPA is being weaponized? If so, what are the implications?

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  • In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit...
  • Array ( [id] => b5f95ea4-a670-11e9-9366-830ec3daba14 [createdAt] => 2019-07-14T14:51:03.078-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-07-14T14:51:19.005-05:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 437, Kelly Leonard on The Second City Works and Compliance [pubdate] => 2019-07-14T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/b5f95ea4-a670-11e9-9366-830ec3daba14/image/uploads_2F1563133800266-2pejsvppdcp-ccc1477ecf87a19cf5faea8026f39cdc_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 437 [subtitle] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Kelly Leonard, from The Second City Works to discuss how they approach compliance training and communications. [summary] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit Kelly Leonard, Executive Director, Insights and Applied Improvisation at The Second City Works. We discuss the compliance training which The Second City Works has developed and how they have incorporated storytelling into compliance training and communications.

    Some of the highlights include:
    1. Most folks are familiar with Second City but what is Second City Works?
    2. What are the service offerings of Second City Works?
    3. What is the Second Science Project and how does it inform your service offerings?
    4. Why is storytelling so important in training and ongoing communications?
    5. The book “Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses "No, But" Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration--Lessons from The Second City”.
    6. How do you mentor Millennials but sidestep the drama?
    7. As a company scales up or grows how can it keep its lines of communications open?
    8. Where can listeners go for more information?
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  • In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit...
  • Array ( [id] => 4d71b2d6-a0b3-11e9-87ff-976b75b684f5 [createdAt] => 2019-07-07T07:32:37.024-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-07-09T05:50:38.996-05:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 436, Justin Muscolino on Creating eLearning Training [pubdate] => 2019-07-07T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/4d71b2d6-a0b3-11e9-87ff-976b75b684f5/image/uploads_2F1562502466620-6hqea2flnv9-c84481777cdede0d02fb2445ebefb0a5_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 436 [subtitle] => In Episode 436 of the FCPA Compliance Report, GRC Solutions’ Justin Muscolin discusses some of the challenges to create targeted and effective eLearning training. [summary] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit Justin Muscolino, Head of North American Compliance Training Operations for GRC Solution.
     
    Some of the highlights include: 

    1. Why do organizations struggle so much with culture and what impact can compliance training have to improve this?
    2. What do organizations often get wrong when it comes to training?
    3. What happens when organizations do not target their training?
    4. One of the issues that organizations face is measuring the effectiveness of their training benchmarking that their compliance is working. How can a compliance professional consider benchmarking?
    5. In a blog post on the GRC Solutions website you also look at the training compliance professionals to improve their culture?  How can you train compliance officers around this issue?
    6. Any advice for companies trying to get the right culture in their organizations?You can find more information on GRC Solutions by checking out their website, here.



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  • In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit...
  • Array ( [id] => 1a22c116-9b42-11e9-984c-f7b33abba995 [createdAt] => 2019-06-30T09:19:42.002-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-30T09:19:56.684-05:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 435, Dave Lefort on Compliance Week’s Re-platforming [pubdate] => 2019-07-01T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/1a22c116-9b42-11e9-984c-f7b33abba995/image/uploads_2F1561904275290-r6usakiiipb-d1725edbf0b938e2a8bfed0547778e61_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 435 [subtitle] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit Dave Lefort, Editor of Compliance Week. We discuss the re-platforming of the Compliance Week website. [summary] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit Dave Lefort, Editor of Compliance Week. We discuss the re-platforming of the Compliance Week website. Some of the highlights include: 
    1. The nearly one-year journey to the re-platformed Compliance Week site
    2. What the user experience will be going forward.
    3. How did the re-platforming multiple the Compliance Week user experience?
    4. How and why podcasts and videos on the site will be more scannable and readable.
    5. What are the new tools available for the user on the Compliance Week site?
    Check out Compliance Week’s re-platformed website by clicking here.

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  • In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit...
  • Array ( [id] => ed63fbc8-9b36-11e9-9736-032995542986 [createdAt] => 2019-06-30T07:59:42.466-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-30T08:00:02.311-05:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 434, Brandon Daniels on Using Investigations to Drive Continuous Improvement [pubdate] => 2019-06-30T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/ed63fbc8-9b36-11e9-9736-032995542986/image/uploads_2F1561899518322-mnopbl5jrh-d1abbbb64027f507838c461747ca6d98_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 434 [subtitle] => In this episode, I visit with Brandon Daniels from Exiger. We have a wide ranging discussion on using investigations to drive continuous improvement. [summary] => In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Brandon Daniels, who is the President of Global Technology Markets for Exiger. Daniels is regulatory expert and technology practitioner, bringing more than 15 years in senior management across the financial services, life sciences and energy sectors. He has a reputation for technological innovation in regulatory investigations and compliance management. Some of the highlights include:

    1. Daniels’ professional background, how he got to Exiger and his current role at the company.
    2. Some of the key technological innovations Daniels has recently seen in the way in which investigations are being handled?
    3. We discuss how can Exiger’s technological solutions help a CCO get their arms around the unstructured data which is available to them inside their organization?
    4. How can technology be used to create predictive models to rank offshore companies for potential tax and corruption risk?
    5. How can a technological solution can be used to help perform a compliance risk assessment?
    6. How do Exiger technological solutions assist compliance professionals to improve their corporate culture?
     For more information on Exiger, check out the firm’s website here. For more information on Brandon Daniels, check out his firm profile here.

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  • In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit...
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  • In this episode I visit with Sean Freidlin, the Senior...
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  • Over this five-part podcast series, I have visited with Terry...
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    For more information on Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, click here. For more information on Terry Orr, click here. Join us for our final episode where take a deep dive into the burgeoning issues of healthcare and compliance.



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  • In this five-part podcast series, I visit with Terry L...
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    Which will be the topic of our next Podcast. For more information on Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, click here. For more information on Terry Orr, click here. Join us for our next episode where take a deep dive into the unique issues of Private Equity and compliance.




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  • During this five-part podcast series, I visit with Terry L...
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  • In this special bonus podcast, I am joined by Jay...
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    Which will be the topic of our next Podcast. For more information on Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, click here. For more information on Terry Orr, click here. Join us for our next episode where take a deep dive into DOJ’s recent Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, 2019 Guidance.



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  • In this five-part podcast series, I visit with Terry L...
  • Array ( [id] => 489eb9bc-94eb-11e9-beba-1b499f9821d7 [createdAt] => 2019-06-22T07:43:06.793-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-22T12:44:06.405-05:00 [title] => The Current State of Compliance - Issues and Challenges: Part 1 - Orr and his Journey to Compliance [pubdate] => 2019-06-23T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/489eb9bc-94eb-11e9-beba-1b499f9821d7/image/uploads_2F1561225441857-otgw1agajt-d162a27e86acaddc82b10c0429575d5f_2FKrollLogo-Series%2B1.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => In this episode 1 of a five-part podcast series, I visit with Terry Orr, Managing Director at Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps. We discuss his journey to the compliance field. [summary] => In this five-part podcast series, I visit with Terry L Orr, a Managing Director at Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, the sponsor of this series. We visit on the current state of compliance through the lens of recent Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions and the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, 2019 Guidance, consider some of the specific issues in compliance for private equity and the increased importance of compliance in the healthcare industry. It is a comprehensive look at state of compliance at the half-year mark of 2019. We begin this series by introducing Orr, how he came into focus in the compliance space and where he sees compliance headed down the road.

    For more information on Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, click here. For more information on Terry Orr, click here. Join us for our next episode where take a deep dive into lessons learned for the compliance practitioner from recent key FCPA enforcement actions.



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  • Array ( [id] => bf24a048-891e-11e9-81f6-f7ba8d96222a [createdAt] => 2019-06-07T08:21:16.025-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-07T12:05:30.707-04:00 [title] => Impacts of Emerging Regulations: Part 4- the Current State of Responsible Minerals [pubdate] => 2019-06-17T00:08:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/bf24a048-891e-11e9-81f6-f7ba8d96222a/image/uploads_2F1559909982626-0btcnc1whdno-2f03e5e95e70be2ecad4fc64cd533841_2FAssent3.1.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => In this fourth episode of a 5-part podcast series, I visit with Jared Connors, subject matter expert for Assent Compliance on Corporate Social Responsibility on the current state of conflict minerals/responsible minerals.  [summary] => In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance Inc. (Assent), I explore market impacts of emerging regulations on supply chain compliance and the supply chain professional. During the course of this series, I visit with several members of the Assent team to introduce the topic, look at Human Trafficking and Slavery  supply chain risk management programs, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) value propositions, the current state of responsible mineral sourcing and where all of this is headed. In this fourth episode, I visit with Jared Connors, subject matter expert for Assent Compliance on CSR on the current state of conflict minerals/responsible minerals. Join us tomorrow where we wrap us this series on emerging regulatory areas in a conversation with Jonathan Hughes. You can check out more about Assent Compliance Inc. at their website, by clicking here.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/bf24a048-891e-11e9-81f6-f7ba8d96222a/stripped_93b4d1dffab854490d045d2f49ba32da.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN2410309986.mp3 [size] => 35664456 [duration] => 891.61 [uid] => CSN2410309986 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/bf24a048-891e-11e9-81f6-f7ba8d96222a/id3/d1191449e846eddbd21b95e2e1b8ed00.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 230581 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Part 4-Responsible Minerals - 6_6_19, 9.07 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
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  • Array ( [id] => 0b3ba424-83dc-11e9-b881-3b6d2544aa97 [createdAt] => 2019-05-31T12:41:11.586-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-31T12:41:46.223-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 432, Mark Lanpher on DOJ Change in M&A Enforcement under the FCPA [pubdate] => 2019-06-09T21:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/0b3ba424-83dc-11e9-b881-3b6d2544aa97/image/uploads_2F1559331098652-w0kf37rc8ah-f0b20b7d8be018c758591d5ab1bad9ec_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 432 [subtitle] => In this episode I visit with Mark Lanpher, a partner at Shearman & Sterling LLP, practicing in the firm’s White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement group. Lanpher is a former Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel at the SEC. We take a deep dive into the July 2018 change in FCPA Enforcement Policy. [summary] => In this episode I visit with Mark Lanpher, a partner at Shearman & Sterling LLP, practicing in the firm’s White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement group. Lanpher is a former Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel at the SEC. We take a deep dive into the July 2018 change in FCPA Enforcement Policy, announced by the Justice Department creating a safe harbor in mergers and acquisition enforcement actions brought under the FCPA. Some of the highlights from the podcast include:  1.    How did Matthew Miner’s announcement impact the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy re: M&A?2.    What were the policy reasons behind the announcement? 3.    Was Miner’s announcement a codification of DOJ/SEC safe harbor policy first articulated in the 2012 FCPA Guidance?4.    How did (or not) Miner’s announcement bring certainty to this area?5.    What does it mean going forward? [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/0b3ba424-83dc-11e9-b881-3b6d2544aa97/stripped_d9cd15576879b2bfbe21127c0d0865d5.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN1837929817.mp3 [size] => 41073893 [duration] => 1026.85 [uid] => CSN1837929817 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/0b3ba424-83dc-11e9-b881-3b6d2544aa97/id3/d3851c07c9444c102b254c6fe4215122.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 230731 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 432.Mark Lanpher - 5_31_19, 1.58 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
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    1. Security issues-multiple regulators for large breaches and questions of whether TOMs are adequate. 
    2. 6 Principles of GDPR-highest is around transparency.
    3. Data Subject Rights are seen as the biggest corporate pain points.
    4. DPIAs have been embraced by many companies and are seen by regulators as the backbone of a corporate compliance program around data security/data privacy. 
    5. Industry sweeps are beginning to occur. 
    6. Mixed quality of legal advice is hurting many companies in their compliance efforts. 
    7. Some significant cases are headed to trial and then appeal. 
    8. GDPR is here to stay. For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
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  • Array ( [id] => 61fc5d34-85f4-11e9-836c-278ae410c0f0 [createdAt] => 2019-06-03T06:38:09.366-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-06-03T06:40:28.016-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: June 4, 2019, the leadership edition [pubdate] => 2019-06-03T23:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => I take things in a different direction on this episode of the Daily Compliance News. I focus on 4 articles on leadership which caught my eye. [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    • Why are bashful bosses better leaders? (FT)
    • Leaders must know their weaknesses better than their strengths? (FT)
    • A key leadership problem-setting boundaries. (Washington Post)
    • A younger generation of leadership for Glencore is coming. (Bloomberg)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Why are bashful bosses...
  • Array ( [id] => 3697f826-83d1-11e9-8707-9b8676b873d0 [createdAt] => 2019-05-31T11:23:39.865-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-31T11:24:33.821-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 431, Pat Harned On ECI's Impact 2019 Wrap Up [pubdate] => 2019-06-02T21:11:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/3697f826-83d1-11e9-8707-9b8676b873d0/image/uploads_2F1559326835329-zl9247epczl-523d6e1237d735bf7256c366db0776b8_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => In this episode I visit with Pat Harned, CEO at the Ethics and Compliance Initiative. We discuss the ECI’s recently concluded annual conference, Impact 2019 and some of the highlights for both Pat and myself. [summary] => In this episode I visit with Pat Harned, CEO at the Ethics and Compliance Initiative. We discuss the ECI’s recently concluded annual conference, Impact and some of the highlights for both Pat and myself. The theme of the event was ECI’s High Quality Program (HQP) Framework Assessment. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: 1.    The key theme was the HQP Framework Assessment tool. How did the genius bar facilitate discussions around the tool?2.    How the physical layout of the event facilitated the thorough discussions at Impact 2019.3.    How ECI will use the momentum from this event going forward. 4.    Some of the working groups which have come out of this event and will working to enhance the HQP.5.    What is next for the High-Quality Program and Framework Assessment?6.    A preview of some of the upcoming ECI events people can look forward to in the summer and fall, 2019. ResourcesFor more information on ECI, click here. For information on the High-Quality Program, click here. For information on the HQP Framework Assessment, click here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/3697f826-83d1-11e9-8707-9b8676b873d0/stripped_829542145d9548350ee004258150ed4d.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN2978522817.mp3 [size] => 59442154 [duration] => 1486.05 [uid] => CSN2978522817 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/3697f826-83d1-11e9-8707-9b8676b873d0/id3/bae170a2667ecb9082d972ddda3bdf5c.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 231273 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 431.Pat Harned - 5_31_19, 12.50 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Pat Harned, CEO at...
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  • Over the course of this podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated...
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  • Over the course of this podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated...
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  • This week, in a podcast series sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
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  • This week, in a podcast series sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
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    • What price did a whistleblower pay in tennis for reporting match fixing? (NYT)
    • UK freezes home ownership for 3 homes purchased with unexplained wealth. (BBC)
    • Jamie Diamond criticizes Wells Fargo for having no CEO succession plan. (FT)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Lengthy detail of Boeing...
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  • This week, in a podcast series sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
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    • What are management incentives?(Huffington Post)
    • Vale employees warned of dam collapse and were ignored. (WSJ)
    • Think meetings are bad? Just wait until you can’t have any.(FT)
    • Claus von Bülow dies. (NYT)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:What are management incentives?(Huffington...
  • Array ( [id] => ad4a553c-83b2-11e9-9041-63b82c32052a [createdAt] => 2019-05-30T15:56:17.609-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-31T09:45:05.273-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: May 31, 2019-the May is done edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-30T23:04:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => What are some of the top compliance and corruption stories for May 31, 2019? Check in on the Daily Compliance News with Tom Fox. [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    • CITGO now part of PdVSA/Venezuelan corruption scandal. (Houston Chronicle)
    • Who else did Chuck Blazer bribe? (NYT)
    • Who is in your supply chain? (FT)
    • Former head of Pemex charged with bribery and tax fraud? (NYT)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:CITGO now part of...
  • Array ( [id] => 88ace648-8152-11e9-8e94-d77e77a45c46 [createdAt] => 2019-05-28T07:07:19.953-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-28T07:11:58.134-07:00 [title] => Life With GDPR: Episode 28- GDPR Year 1 Review-Part I, the Numbers [pubdate] => 2019-05-29T21:10:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 28 [subtitle] => In this episode Jonathan Armstrong and myself begin a two-part podcast series where we review the first year of GDPR. In this episode we consider the numbers from Year 1. [summary] => In this podcast, data privacy/data security expert Jonathan Armstrong and Compliance Evangelist Tom Fox use the framework of GDPR to discuss a wide range of issues relating to these topics. They consider what the US compliance and InfoSec security expert needs to know about what is happening in the UK, Europe and beyond. This episode is the first of a two-part series where  Jonathan Armstrong and myself consider some of the highlights from the first year of GDPR implementation and enforcement. In this Part I of this two-part series we consider some of the enforcement numbers. In Part II, we will consider some of the substantive issues. Some of the highlights in this episode include: 
    1. EDPB says just over 150,000 complaints files EU under GDPR. 
    2. Robust enforcement by both regulators and private bodies/citizens.
    3. UK leads with the largest number of complaints filed, followed by Germany then France.
    4. Around 950 complaints have reach courts. 
    5. Italy is the country which has seen the largest number of court cases. 
    6. Several countries are increasing inspections which could lead to enforcement actions.  For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
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  • In this podcast, data privacy/data security expert Jonathan Armstrong and...
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    • Is the SEC useless? Mark Cuban thinks so. (Yahoo Finance)
    • Monitor orderd for Wynn Casinos in Massachusettes. (WSJ)
    • Frederick Pierucci continues his crusade against the DOJ and FCPA enforcement.(Shine)
    • What will happen to Carnival Cruise Lines? (Miami Herald)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Is the SEC useless?...
  • Array ( [id] => 8459e82e-7fd2-11e9-a012-bbdbe1f1d34f [createdAt] => 2019-05-26T09:19:50.661-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-26T09:22:55.459-07:00 [title] => Everything Compliance-Episode 47, the Potpourri edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-29T21:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 47 [subtitle] => In this episode, the Everything Compliance gang presents a potpourri of topics and resources for your consideration. [summary] => Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, we have the full quintet of Mike Volkov, Jay Rosen, Matt Kelly, Jonathan Armstrong and our newest colleague, Sarah Hadden. In this episode, we present a potpourri of topics.    

    1. Sarah Hadden considers the behavioral side of ethics and how this needs to be incorporated more fully into a compliance regime. Sarah shouts out to the University of Texas, McCombs School of Business (Hook ‘Em) and its online video series entitled Ethics Unwrapped.
    2. Matt Kelly considers the current state of whistleblower programs. He asks if corporate legal departments will support the fix to Dodd- Frank after the Digital Realty Trust ruling? Matt shouts out to smaller law firms and companies having more focused compliance events.
    3. Jay Rosen tells you everything you wanted to know about monitors but were afraid to ask. Jay shouts out to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her slap down of AG William Barr.
    4. Mike Volkov discusses the new OFAC compliance program and the current state of OFAC sanctions. Mike shouts to the recently concluded ECI national conference Impact 2019.The members of the Everything Compliance are:
    • Jay Rosen– Jay is Vice President, Business Development Corporate Monitoring at Affiliated Monitors. Rosen can be reached at JRosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
    • Mike Volkov– One of the top FCPA commentators and practitioners around and the Chief Executive Officer of The Volkov Law Group, LLC. Volkov can be reached at mvolkov@volkovlawgroup.com.
    • Matt Kelly– Founder and CEO of Radical Compliance. Kelly can be reached at mkelly@radicalcompliance.com
    • Jonathan Armstrong–is our UK colleague, who is an experienced lawyer with Cordery in London. Armstrong can be reached at armstrong@corderycompliance.com
    • Sarah Hadden–Publisher at Corporate Compliance Insights. Hadden can be reached at Sarah@corporatecomplianceinsights.comThe host and producer (and sometime panelist) of Everything Compliance is 
    Tom Fox the Compliance Evangelist. Everything Compliance is a part of the Compliance Podcast Network.



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  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, we...
  • Array ( [id] => 2602b2e0-7fca-11e9-97b8-43b40178a420 [createdAt] => 2019-05-26T08:23:00.916-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-26T08:23:32.467-07:00 [title] => Bonus Episode-Compliance Week 2019 Wrap Up [pubdate] => 2019-05-29T03:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/2602b2e0-7fca-11e9-97b8-43b40178a420/image/uploads_2F1558884049510-c3jytuwskyp-1dac33cb87c165fd6993339f193d6d57_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => In this episode I am joined by Mary Shirley, Lisa Fine and Amii Bernard-Bahn to provide our reflections of Compliance Week 2019. [summary] => In this special bonus podcast, I am joined by the co-hosts of Great Women in Compliance, Lisa Fine and Mary Shirley as well as Amii Bernard-Bahn. We all participated in the recently concluded Compliance Week 2019 and we sat down to provide some of our reflections on the conference. This podcast cross-posts on Great Women in Compliance. The episode is sponsored by Corporate Compliance Insights.  Some of the highlights include: Lisa Fine- the Key Note Presentation by Preet Bharara. Some of the highlights for Lisa were:·     Doing the right thing can often be the most expedient thing as well.·     The problems when you go right up to the ethical line.·     His career advice regarding learning the business side of things.  Mary Shirley- the presentation by Lisa Beth Lentini, Subhashis Nath and Robert Appleton on the behavioral science behind corporate compliance. Some of the highlights for Mary were: ·      The benefits of metrics in a best practices compliance program.·      Her surprise when the audience was polled that fewer than one-half in attendance are currently using data analytics in their corporate compliance programs.·      Data science will be a key component of compliance officers in a very short time.  Amii Bernard-Bahn-the reaction to and participation of the audience in two sessions Amii led on careers in corporate compliance. Some of the highlights for Amii included: ·     Compliance professionals are now thinking of their careers 3-5 years down the road. ·     CCOs are actively considering Board roles as a part of their compliance careers. ·     What are some of the business leadership skills a compliance professional needs to move to non-compliance roles in the C-Suite. Tom Fox-the Key Note address by Hui Chen on where compliance has been, where it is now and where it is going in the 2020’s and beyond. Some of the highlights for myself were: ·     A review of the five decades of compliance.·     The current challenges for the compliance professional.·     Where is compliance and ethics headed into next decade.   For additional reading on Compliance Week 2019 see the following blog posts:On the Importance of Compliance ProgramsThree Compliance Lessons from Preet BhararaLooking Forward in Compliance With Hui Chen  Subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast, co-hosted by Mary Shirley and Lisa Fine. For more information on this episode’s sponsor—Corporate Compliance Insights, check out their website here [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/2602b2e0-7fca-11e9-97b8-43b40178a420/stripped_f7422da6c61e74bab72ddff899407f0b.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN6036392192.mp3 [size] => 93918562 [duration] => 2347.96 [uid] => CSN6036392192 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/2602b2e0-7fca-11e9-97b8-43b40178a420/id3/801132264adb8da3dfa946749669bc86.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 235423 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 21.Compliance Week 2019 Roundup - 5_25_19, 1.25 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this special bonus podcast, I am joined by the...
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    • Braskem Board OK’s $101MM for corruption settlement. (Reuters)
    • Mexican steel company shut down by Mexican government for AML violations. (FT)
    • Workers of America unite? (Washington Post)
    • The long road ahead for Fiat-Chrysler/Renault. (NYT)
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  •  In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Braskem Board OK’s $101MM...
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    • Braskem Board OK’s $101MM for corruption settlement. (Reuters)
    • Mexican steel company shut down by Mexican government for AML violations. (FT)
    • Workers of America unite? (Washington Post)
    • The long road ahead for Fiat-Chrysler/Renault. (NYT)
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  •  In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Braskem Board OK’s $101MM...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       Is...
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  • Today we conclude a five-part podcast series sponsored by Hanzo,...
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  • I am on a five-part podcast series sponsored by Hanzo....
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  • This week I embark on a five-part podcast series sponsored...
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  • This week I embark on a five-part podcast series sponsored...
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  • This week I embark on a five-part podcast series sponsored...
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  • n today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Oliver Wendall Holmes by...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Chief Executives behaving badly....
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:BeIN Media Group CEO...
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    • Guyana Investigating Leases Controlled by Exxon & Tullow (Bloomberg)
    • In EU 75% of those who observe illegal corp activity afraid to report it. (FT)
    • KPMG to be hit by massive fine in UK. (Reuters)
    • What is risk management (as in when its life or death)? (Wall Street Journal)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Guyana Investigating Leases Controlled...
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    • What is ethics? Pimco and Rick Singer (WSJ)
    • Big changes coming to Corporate Leniency Program? (DOJ Press Release)
    • France seeks trial of former IAAF head. (Financial Times)
    • Former South Africa President wants corruption charges thrown out. (Bloomberg)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:What is ethics? Pimco...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       So...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance Inc....
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance Inc....
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  • In this episode I visit with Scott Moritz, the Global...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance Inc....
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    • King Con by Paul Willetts
    • Chasing Phil by David Howard
    • Ultimate Folly by Henry Macrory
    • Duped by Abbe Ellin
    • The Confidence Game by Maris KonnikovaAdditional resources-
    Golden Age of the Grift


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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:King Con by Paul...
  • Array ( [id] => 2fe0601a-78f3-11e9-8a69-ff2a3a862b46 [createdAt] => 2019-05-17T15:18:41.823-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-17T15:29:09.313-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: May 18, 2019-the more bad news from Brazil edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-17T21:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => What some of the top compliance and corruption stories for May 18, 2019? Check in with Tom Fox on the Daily Compliance News. [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    • Four more banks named in London bribery suit. (Bloomberg)
    • Can blockchain help in the fight against corruption? (World Economic Forum)
    • South African President appoints new head of bribery unit. (Reuters)
    • FBI targets Johnson & Johnson, Siemens, GE, Philips in Brazilian graft case. (Reuters)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Four more banks named...
  • Array ( [id] => da82feb4-78c7-11e9-b5de-f32b2146d6b1 [createdAt] => 2019-05-16T13:17:27.053-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-17T10:18:57.790-07:00 [title] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 154 - the Take It Back edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-17T09:26:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 154 [subtitle] => The Astros continue their inexorable march back to the World Series (Take It Back) as the Red Sox hover at .500. Never one to gloat, Tom takes a break to join Jay to discuss both events some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their collective eyes. [summary] => This week's highlights include:

    1.    Uber stumbles at going IPO. What role did its culture, lack of compliance and ethics play? 2.    Belying those who advocate a paper program compliance defense, DOJ/SEC require compliance programs which actually works. 3.    What is up with Ephemeral Messaging for Businesses? Avi Gessner, Daniel Foerster and Mengyi Xu consider. 4.    What criteria should be used to make reparations to victims of corruption? Sam Hickey explores. 5.    Hong Kong criminally indicts ex-JP Morgan banker in Princeling case. Harry Cassin reports.6.     FCPA Unit head Dan Kahn discusses evolution in FCPA enforcement. Clara Hudson reports. 7.How should you repay victims of corruption? Sam Hickey. 8.    Federal judge lambastes SEC for filing on VW nearly 4 years after emissions-testing scandal erupted. David Shepardson reports.10.  What is the fraud risk for non-profits? 11.  Join Tom and Jay at Compliance Week 2019. It is one of the top compliance and ethics conferences of the year. This year, Tom is joined by Jonathan Marks in leading a pre-conference workshop on Sunday afternoon about handling internal investigations and performing a root cause analysis. Monday will include a keynote address from the always popular Hui Chen, Tuesday Preet Bharara. As a listener, you are eligible for a discount on the conference cost. Enter code “TOM300” at checkout to save $300 from your registration. Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com.  For more information on how an independent monitor can help improve your company’s ethics and compliance program, visit our sponsor Affiliated Monitors at www.affiliatedmonitors.com.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/9fb719f6-7817-11e9-a5c2-fbc390bb37af/stripped_36f8b1d016ba0d3310003d8a8dea4808.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN8431357116.mp3 [size] => 68536946 [duration] => 1713.42 [uid] => CSN8431357116 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/9fb719f6-7817-11e9-a5c2-fbc390bb37af/id3/aba91d10207da13f878dab52f682b846.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 258480 [parentId] => 9fb719f6-7817-11e9-a5c2-fbc390bb37af [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 154 - 5_17_19, 12.08 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • This week's highlights include:1.    Uber stumbles at going IPO....
  • Array ( [id] => 1b6c8dde-7772-11e9-a37f-df1e5db14a60 [createdAt] => 2019-05-15T17:29:42.483-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-15T17:32:38.733-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: May 16, 2019-the CEOs and ethical lapses edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-15T21:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => What were some of the top ethics and compliance stories for May 16, 2019? Check out the Daily Compliance News to find out. [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    • More business leaders forced out for ethical lapses than for poor financial performance in 2019. (Washington Post)
    • Do large companies fear legal violations? (New York Times)
    • Nordic/Baltic countries agree to share AML information. (Wall Street Journal)
    • Anti-corruption measures as KPIs for government ministers. What a novel idea. (Yahoo Business News)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:More business leaders forced...
  • Array ( [id] => e0dbcc7a-7708-11e9-913c-471f05ec756a [createdAt] => 2019-05-15T04:57:16.744-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-07-18T09:29:53.055-07:00 [title] => Everything Compliance-Episode 46, the Justice Department's 2019 Guidance for FCPA Compliance Programs [pubdate] => 2019-05-15T04:52:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 46 [subtitle] => This entire episode is dedicated to the recently released Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs-2019 Guidance [summary] => Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, we have the full quintet of Mike Volkov, Jay Rosen, Matt Kelly, Jonathan Armstrong and our newest colleague, Sarah Hadden. We take on one topic which the panelist explores from their expertise. The topic is the Justice Department’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs-2019 Guidance which was recently released.

    1. Sarah Hadden puts on her journalist hat to consider the 2019 Guidance in the context of transparency by DOJ in releasing this information critical for compliance going forward. Sarah rants on all those in the Everything Compliance gang who attended the ECI Impact 2019 conference in her hometown of Dallas and did not reach out to connect with her. (And we know who we are)
    2. Matt Kelly considers some different questions such as: Is there anything new? Does it mean any difference in practice? Is it simply a way to wipe out one of the core legacies of Hui Chen? Matt rants on the Trump Administration which said only a couple of weeks ago said it was cracking down on Agency and Department Guidance and literally turns around and issues the 2019 Guidance. Which is it guys?
    3. Jay Rosen discuss the original Benczkowski Memo as a precursor to the new 2019 Guidance and how the Benczkowski Memo lays out a roadmap to avoid a monitor by using pro-active assessments. Jay shouts out to the Boston Red Sox for reaching .500. (Matt chastises Jay for now jinxing the Sox)
    4. Mike Volkov discusses how the Justice Department is using the state of compliance programs not only at time of violation but also at time of conclusion to reward companies with lower penalties. Mike shouts out to both Brian Benczkowski/DOJ for this new FCPA Compliance Guidance and the Department of Treasury for OFAC guidance around money-laundering and trade sanctions compliance programs.
    5. Jonathan Armstrong compares and contrasts the 2019 Guidance document with the information released by SFO on compliance programs. He then considers what a ‘good’ compliance program looks like in his search for a ‘good’ recipe for the perfect Tikka Masala. He rants about the first UK data privacy regulatory action under GDPR, where the UK data protection agency sanctioned the UK government for violation of GDPR.
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  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, we...
  • Array ( [id] => 7f4a4de2-768b-11e9-895f-7374c4eea573 [createdAt] => 2019-05-14T15:53:27.373-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-14T16:02:12.001-05:00 [title] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 123-Whistleblower Protection [pubdate] => 2019-05-14T23:05:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 123 [subtitle] => In this episode, Matt and I take a deep dive into the House Financial Services bill, HR 2515, which amends the Dodd-Frank Act to clarify that whistleblowers who report misconduct to their employers and not to the SEC also have protections against retaliation under the law. [summary] => Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly (the coolest guy in compliance) and I take a deep dive into the House Financial Services bill, HR 2515, which amends the Dodd-Frank Act to clarify that whistleblowers who report misconduct to their employers and not to the SEC also have protections against retaliation under the law. This bill fixes the US Supreme Court decision in Digital Realty Trust which mandated that whistleblowers had to go to the SEC to obtain Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation protection. Some of the highlights include: Some of the highlights include: Ø What was the ruling in Digital Realty Trust?Ø Why did it negatively impact whistleblowers, companies and the SEC?Ø What has made whistleblowers and internal reporting so significant?Ø How does the proposed fix benefit whistleblowers, companies and the SEC?Ø Why should businesses get behind this proposed fix?Ø What are the chances it actually is signed into law? For more reading check out Matt’s blog post “Progress on Whistleblower Fix”  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/5289bc58-768a-11e9-bbfc-e30c4ea8e2d5/stripped_19f8466c4eccd1291e667424dfaef066.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN9715801747.mp3 [size] => 61819297 [duration] => 1545.48 [uid] => CSN9715801747 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/5289bc58-768a-11e9-bbfc-e30c4ea8e2d5/id3/762ed066e9b759cef818758655543380.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 284637 [parentId] => 5289bc58-768a-11e9-bbfc-e30c4ea8e2d5 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 123.Whistleblower Law Fix - 5_14_19, 12.11 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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    ·       FCA Whistleblowers given additional protection by US Supreme Court . (Mondovisione)·       More regulatory on capture of the FAA by Boeing? (Wall Street Journal)·       Why good governance matters. (Financial Times)·       CEO pays fine, penalty includes teaching business ethics. (Yahoo Business News) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/315e1d86-7666-11e9-abe4-abb46571da6b/stripped_cd5ed67333e25a7c39232132940362da.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN2818418845.mp3 [size] => 10877386 [duration] => 271.93 [uid] => CSN2818418845 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/315e1d86-7666-11e9-abe4-abb46571da6b/id3/6b4f732e4aba9fef5633d373aecf38e6.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 74986 [parentId] => 315e1d86-7666-11e9-abe4-abb46571da6b [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Eastern Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => May 15 - 5_14_19, 11.27 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       FCA...
  • Array ( [id] => 97dbdfc6-75d5-11e9-876b-83a5a4316eb9 [createdAt] => 2019-05-13T19:16:09.523-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-13T19:19:45.390-04:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: May 14, 2019-the from bad to worser edition edition [pubdate] => 2019-05-14T00:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => What are some of the top compliance and corruption stories for May 14, 2019? Check in on the Daily Compliance News with Tom Fox. [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    • Judge scolds SEC over VW lawsuit. (WSJ)
    • With friends like this? (Corporate Counsel)
    • Bombadier faces World Bank debarment. (org.cn)
    • Things go from bad to terrible for Bayer. (WSJ)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Judge scolds SEC over...
  • Array ( [id] => 1bf6b43e-71e4-11e9-8edb-9b20326e4490 [createdAt] => 2019-05-08T15:53:34.699-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-05-08T17:04:44.378-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Bonus Episode-ECI High Quality Program Framework Assessent [pubdate] => 2019-05-12T21:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/1bf6b43e-71e4-11e9-8edb-9b20326e4490/image/uploads_2F1557353638526-f7vrzftqomn-7c350c7b87698e631f8f57760574498b_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport_widescreen.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => FCPA Compliance Report-Bonus Episode-ECI High Quality Program Framework Assessent [summary] => In special bonus episode, I present a full hour's presentation of a panel discussion I recently chaired at the ECI Impact 2019 conference. The panel consisted of Steve Scarpino, Director, Ethics and Compliance at BP; Suzanne Mitchell, CCO at US Foods; and Karen Clapsaddle, Ethics Director Lockheed Martin. They were all involved in the design and creation of the ECI High Quality Program and had experience with the Framework Assessment. It was a great review of the HQP and discussion of not only the design of the Framework Assessment but how your company might use it going forward.  
    Some of the highlights included:
    1. The five elements of the HQP;
    2. What are the Framework Assessment maturity curves;
    3. What level of optimization should companies aspire to'
    4. Can the Framework Assessment be used as internal measure;
    5. How much is the Framework Assessment quantitative v. qualitative driven?
    6. Does a company need to meet all the supporting objectives to be assessed as optimizing?
    7. How should you use and communicate maturity levels within your organization?
    8. Is backsliding possible?
    9. Is there a 'one-size-fits-all'?
    For additional resources:

    Check out the ECI website here.

    More on the ECI High Quality Program.

    How to use the Framework Assessment.

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  • In special bonus episode, I present a full hour's presentation...
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    • Did cost cutting cause Boeing 737 Max crashes? (Bloomberg)
    • House Financial Services approves bill to overturn Digital Trust Realty. (Radical Compliance)
    • States allege generic drug makers obstructed justice in cartel probe. (Washington Post)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:DOJ asks Judge to...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      What...
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    1. Roger Ng extradited to US. Is he cooperating with authorities? 
    2. Want to take a deep dive into the 2019 Guidance. 
    3. Who are the Top Minds for 2019? 
    4. Regime change ensnares two more companies: Shell and ENI.
    5. What is the Corporate Identification Doctrine in Canada and the UK? 
    6. Would you but a new plane from Boeing? 
    7. Should compliance be siloed? 
    8. What is moral harassment and will it ever be prosecuted in the US. J
    9. In Part 2 of a two-part series on monitors, Jay discusses dealing with a monitor after the settlement. 
    10. What happens when the DOJ outsources its investigations? 
    11. Two low level players convicted in NCAA bribery case. 
    12. Tom has a special 5-part podcast series with Don Stern, Managing Director at AMI on Use of Monitors by Defense Counsel. Check out the following: Part 1-Introduction;Part 2-the Nuts and Bolts; Part 3- Case Studies; Part 4-in the Health Care industry; Part 5-Non-Profits and Varsity Blues. The podcast is available on multiple sites: the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, JDSupra, Megaphone,YouTubeSpotifyand Corporate Compliance Insights. The Compliance Podcast Network
    13. Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is       Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com.

    For more information on how an independent monitor can help improve your company’s ethics and compliance program, visit our sponsor Affiliated Monitors at www.affiliatedmonitors.com.



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  • A big tip of the hat to the Liverpool Football...
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    • Wells Fargo creates new compliance position but promotes old employee into it. (Financial Times)
    • Too many auditor findings of insufficient controls? SEC solution, eliminate the requirement. (MarketWatch)
    • Deutsche Bank accused of bribery in London lawsuit. (Bloomberg)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       Regime...
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    • Colleges in ‘Willful Ignorance’ of corruption, say it ain’t so. (Law360)
    • It’s a bad day when the FT Editorial Board spanks you. (Financial Times)
    • Former Danske bank CEO charged in money-laundering scandal? (Reuters)
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Judge says Roger Ng...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       Roger...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       Regulatory...
  • Array ( [id] => ddb5e7e4-683d-11e9-a784-0b49a4c90f60 [createdAt] => 2019-04-26T12:10:53.336-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-26T12:11:17.452-04:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 429, James Koukios on MoFo’s February Anti-Corruption Newsletter [pubdate] => 2019-05-06T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/ddb5e7e4-683d-11e9-a784-0b49a4c90f60/image/uploads_2F1556294800239-rz333s3j2h-bf741c8772164309cd3009e5bf1ee049_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 429 [subtitle] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 429, James Koukios on MoFo’s February Anti-Corruption Newsletter [summary] => In this episode I have back with me, fan favorite James Koukios, partner at Morrison and Foerster.  This is Part 2 of a two-part series where we discuss the firm’s always great Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments newsletter. In this episode, we take a look at some of the key highlights from the February newsletter. In the most recent episode, we detailed some of the key developments from the January newsletter. We also have a special segment on the FCPA Opinion Release Procedure. Some of the highlights from the podcast include:

    • DOJ Files $38 Million Civil Forfeiture Action in Connection with Malaysia Sovereign Wealth Fund Scandal
    • What is the role of civil forfeiture in anti-corruption enforcement?
    • 9thCircuit Court of Appeals Vacates Federal Whistleblower Retaliation Verdict Against Bio-Rad. What does this mean for whistleblower cases going forward?
    • UK Serious Fraud Office Closes Two Foreign Bribery Cases. Gutless move on the part of the new director or is something else going on?
    • What is the Opinion Release Procedure? How a company can use it? What happens on the DOJ side once a request comes into the DOJ?
    For further reading, see the Morrison and Foerster Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for February 2019, by clicking here.

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  • In this episode I have back with me, fan favorite...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·       New...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:What to do when...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·  Insys execs found...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Wall...
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    1. What is two-factor authentication? 
    2. How, when and where should your use it?
    3. What are the most common passwords still in use?
    4. Why are passwords one of the most basic forms of data security protection?
    5. What are the lessons to be learned? For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
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  • In this episode, I visit with Jonathan Armstrong a topic...
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  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      What...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Prosecutors ask for hold...
  • Array ( [id] => 514e6384-686b-11e9-a565-b77a304d1f8a [createdAt] => 2019-04-26T14:35:26.662-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-26T14:40:14.002-07:00 [title] => Across the Board – Episode 5: The Road Ahead [pubdate] => 2019-04-28T22:11:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 5 [subtitle] => Across the Board – Episode 5: The Road Ahead [summary] => Over this special 5-part podcast series, I have visited with David Greenberg, Special Advisor at LRN. We took a deep dive into the LRN White Paper entitled, “What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: The Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Compliance”. In this podcast series we explore the white paper in depth and provide the Chief Compliance Officer and compliance practitioner with succinct and practical tips for educating, dealing with and reporting to a Board of Directors. In this fifth and final episode, we look at the road ahead. The White Paper stated, “Over time, the gulf between CECOs and boards should be bridgeable. We believe the bridge should be built quickly. The sooner that CECOs have the board’s ear – and that directors are fully aware of what CECOs and the initiatives they lead can bring to the table –the stronger and more resilient their companies will be.

    Some of the highlights from the podcast include:
    • What practical steps should be taken to engage the board more actively and effectively in ethics and compliance oversight?
    1. More time, higher priority, stronger signals from boards in ethics and compliance oversight.
    2. Boards need to question whether ethics and compliance are genuinely integral to business operations.
    3. Elevate the CECO and establish direct and confidential reporting lines?
    • What lays on the road ahead?Check out the LRN White Paper 
    What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: the Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Complianceby clicking here.



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  • Over this special 5-part podcast series, I have visited with...
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  • In this special 5-part podcast series, I am visiting with...
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    • Why don’t Boards put in more time around E&C programs?
    • Why is compliance often the last item on the Board agenda and equally as often, left off for later?
    • CECOs want to be challenged by their Boards but often are not.
    • Does your Board have a compliance game plan?
    • Why don’t BODs go deeper into E&C programs? How would they do so?
    • Are Boards even asking the right questions?Check out the LRN White Paper 
    What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: the Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Complianceby clicking here.


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  • In this special 5-part podcast series, I am visiting with...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:SW Airlines not told...
  • Array ( [id] => 40f2123c-6867-11e9-8a38-776e6a4cfec7 [createdAt] => 2019-04-26T14:05:28.690-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-26T14:07:09.505-07:00 [title] => Across the Board – Episode 2: BOD Understanding and the Game Plan [pubdate] => 2019-04-28T22:04:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => Across the Board – Episode 2: BOD Understanding and the Game Plan [summary] => In this special 5-part podcast series, I am visiting with David Greenberg, Special Advisor at LRN. We take a deep dive into the LRN White Paper entitled, “What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: The Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Compliance”. In this podcast series we explore the white paper in depth and provide the Chief Compliance Officer and compliance practitioner with succinct and practical tips for educating, dealing with and reporting to a Board of Directors. In Episode 2, we consider the average Board of Director’s knowledge of compliance and your game plan going forward. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: Ø  Why don’t Boards have a better understanding of the compliance function within their organization?Ø  Why do BOD’s have such little knowledge of the CECO role?Ø  Why does the BOD tend to focus on what has passed rather forward looking?Ø  Does your Board have a compliance game plan?Ø  Why does a BOD need to develop a framework for discussing, evaluating, and measuring ethics and compliance?Ø  Why should BODs relate ethics and compliance to their companies’ core strategy and be able to have a sufficient point of view to guide and oversee it?  Check out the LRN White Paper What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: the Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Complianceby clicking here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/92326f8a-d30b-11e8-a9c7-dbb2b5bf2439/episodes/050b1b24-6867-11e9-b89e-ef6036bc7a1b/stripped_6f0368f389352b364b80a022667ec5f7.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2485424030.mp3 [size] => 30849566 [duration] => 771.24 [uid] => ACS2485424030 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/92326f8a-d30b-11e8-a9c7-dbb2b5bf2439/episodes/050b1b24-6867-11e9-b89e-ef6036bc7a1b/id3/871b48b70ad11aa566ff2d0328da6b3b.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 222739 [parentId] => 050b1b24-6867-11e9-b89e-ef6036bc7a1b [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 2-BOD Understanding & CCO Game Plan - 4_26_19, 1.08 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this special 5-part podcast series, I am visiting with...
  • Array ( [id] => c08bb762-6869-11e9-94e5-a78804af146a [createdAt] => 2019-04-26T13:35:47.547-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-26T14:25:02.395-07:00 [title] => Across the Board – Episode 1: What’s the Tone at the Very Top [pubdate] => 2019-04-28T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => Across the Board – Episode 1: What’s the Tone at the Very Top [summary] => In this special 5-part podcast series, I visit with David Greenberg, Special Advisor at LRN. We take a deep dive into the LRN White Paper entitled, “What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: The Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Compliance”. In this podcast series we explore the white paper in depth and provide the Chief Compliance Officer and compliance practitioner with succinct and practical tips for educating, dealing with and reporting to a Board of Directors. In Episode 1 we introduce the topic of what’s the tone at the very top of your organization. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: Ø  What’s the role of the Board around compliance and ethics?Ø  Why is it important for the Board to actively oversee a C&E program?Ø  What is the biggest disconnect between the BOD and the compliance function?Ø  Board members should think of compliance as beyond FCPA and Sarbanes-Oxley, yet there understanding is members’ fuzzy at best. Ø  Board members understand what auditors do, but they often do not understand compliance enough to ask intelligent questions.” Check out the LRN White Paper What’s the Tone at the Very Top: Board and Compliance: the Role of Boards in Overseeing Corporate Ethics & Complianceby clicking here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/92326f8a-d30b-11e8-a9c7-dbb2b5bf2439/episodes/df676552-6862-11e9-9afa-8bd273697c89/stripped_fa674e24903173cca4f07aa47cf720a1.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8953919628.mp3 [size] => 28709615 [duration] => 717.74 [uid] => ACS8953919628 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/92326f8a-d30b-11e8-a9c7-dbb2b5bf2439/episodes/df676552-6862-11e9-9afa-8bd273697c89/id3/66e17304a7df052fee826d5ebb5a527e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 222501 [parentId] => df676552-6862-11e9-9afa-8bd273697c89 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 1-What's the Tone at the Very Top - 4_26_19, 12.54 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this special 5-part podcast series, I visit with David...
  • Array ( [id] => f7ab83fc-6833-11e9-b909-17fb83f4c22d [createdAt] => 2019-04-26T08:00:01.919-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-26T08:00:17.935-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 428, James Koukios on MoFo’s January Anti-Corruption Newsletter [pubdate] => 2019-04-28T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/f7ab83fc-6833-11e9-b909-17fb83f4c22d/image/uploads_2F1556290562986-rvmzbblwemh-e535314c87c474f11bcfd543dac860a1_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 428 [subtitle] => Episode 428, James Koukios on MoFo’s January Anti-Corruption Newsletter [summary] => In this episode I have back with me, fan favorite James Koukios, partner at Morrison and Foerster.  This is Part 1 of a two-part series where we discuss the firm’s always great Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments newsletter. In this episode, we take a look at some of the key highlights from the January newsletter. Next week we conclude with some of the key developments from the February newsletter. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: Ø  Former Bankers Arrested on FCPA Charges in Mozambique Tuna Boat Scandal. Ø  Japan’s Olympics Chief Faces Corruption Charges in France. Ø  Two European Countries Take Steps to Strengthen Anti-Corruption Efforts.Ø  Italy Publishes New “Bribe Destroyer” Law. Ø  The UK Establishes Financial-Industry Task Force. For further reading, see the Morrison and Foerster Top 10 International Anti-Corruption Developments for January 2019, by clicking here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/f7ab83fc-6833-11e9-b909-17fb83f4c22d/stripped_077922b07c96df1fe9caef4bb70145b9.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS6338668845.mp3 [size] => 40479346 [duration] => 1011.98 [uid] => ACS6338668845 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/f7ab83fc-6833-11e9-b909-17fb83f4c22d/id3/afb7247b39db5b5a7c5ad47396db50e1.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68195 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 428.Koukios on Jan ABC Newsletter - 4_26_19, 9.21 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I have back with me, fan favorite...
  • Array ( [id] => fc262fce-69d0-11e9-a2d2-d3147c3d206f [createdAt] => 2019-04-28T09:15:27.592-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-28T09:20:25.729-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: April 28, 2019-the Sunday Book Review edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-28T09:11:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: April 28, 2019-the Sunday Book Review edition [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      What...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      What...
  • Array ( [id] => 23d31582-66e8-11e9-bdeb-47046b8b3238 [createdAt] => 2019-04-24T16:40:05.966-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-24T19:24:43.611-04:00 [title] => Episode 106-Metropolis by Philip Kerr [pubdate] => 2019-04-27T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 106 [subtitle] => Episode 106-Metropolis by Philip Kerr [summary] => Richard Lummis and I are back and today we head in a different direction. We consider the final Bernie Gunther novel by Philip Kerr Metropolis. It is the final Gunther novel as Kerr died earlier this year. The novel is a prequel to the entire series, taking place in 1928, near the end of the Weimar Republic. Some of the highlights were:
    • The city of Berlin as a character in the novel;
    • Bernie Gunther as Phillip Marlow?
    • How close are the police to those they police?
    • What is the symbiotic relationship between the police and criminals of the city?
    • Why is the Weimar Republic in many ways the undiscovered country for Americans? and
    • Richard and I asses not only this book but the entire Gunther series.
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  • Richard Lummis and I are back and today we head...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:DOJ wants Goldman Sachs...
  • Array ( [id] => b247e5b6-6785-11e9-8d1d-bfb8b6582d8a [createdAt] => 2019-04-24T21:09:25.133-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-25T14:12:33.396-04:00 [title] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 151 – the World Domination edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-26T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 151 [subtitle] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 151 – the World Domination edition [summary] => Is the US utilizing FCPA enforcement for world domination? Recovering screenwriter Jay Rosen and frustrated novelist Tom Fox consider this while they also take a look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their collective eyes this week. 
    1.    Does the statute of limitations run while Trump is in office? Sara Kropf opines. 2.    What is the compliance response to the Varsity Blues scandal? Sandra Erez reports. 3.    NYDFS cybersecurity requirements are live, is your organization ready? Michael McGrath. 4.    Matt Kelly has a twitter storm on Boeing, sales strategy and ethics. Tom and Matt take a deep dive into the imbroglio. 5.    Is the US using FCPA to garner world domination? Henry Astier opines.6.    What are the best practices for managing employee hotline reports? Jaclyn Jaeger reports.7.    What do the WME companies have in common? Aarti Maharaj. 8.    Transparency challenges in CSR. Dunstan Allison-Hope. 9.    Tom is speaking at ECI’s IMPACT 2019 next week in Dallas about the importance of measuring the quality and maturity of your high quality E&C program. Regisration and information is available here. 10.  Join Tom and Jay at Compliance Week 2019 on May 20-22, in Washington DC. Listeners to this podcast can receive a $300 discount by using the code TOM300. You can check out the full agenda, see who’s speaking, and review registration information. 11. Sarah Hadden joins the Everything Compliance as our latest panelist. Listen in on Episode 45, the Drinkin’ the Kool-Aidedition.  Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
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  • Is the US utilizing FCPA enforcement for world domination? Recovering...
  • Array ( [id] => f0029fb4-6626-11e9-a94e-ff25016e3886 [createdAt] => 2019-04-23T15:42:15.136-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-23T20:21:43.417-04:00 [title] => Everything Compliance-Episode 45, the Drink the Kool-aid edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-25T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 45 [subtitle] => Everything Compliance-Episode 45, the Drink the Kool-aid edition [summary] => Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, in Episode 45 we celebrate our newest addition to the Everything Compliance gang; Sarah Hadden. Sarah is the Publisher at Corporate Compliance Insights, taking the helm from founder Maurice Gilbert earlier this year. She is a journalist by profession and has been working in the compliance space, largely at CCI for the past six years. She brings a wealth of talent, knowledge and perspective to our happy band of commentators and help us to 'drink the Kool-Aid.    
    1. Sarah Hadden discusses experiential learning. She uses that as a basis to consider what is effective training and how interactive training can lead to a new level of not simply effectiveness but awareness to recency bias which can cloud decision making. Sarah shouts out to internet service providers everywhere who were able to make the Mueller report available as soon as it was released.
    2. Matt Kelly discusses best practices around disclosing reporting data and using interactive technologies to improve Codes of Conduct, compliance policies and procedures. Matt rants on former White House Ethics Counsel, Stefan Passantino who urged Mazars USA not to comply with a subpoena that House Oversight Committee issued for Trump’s financial documents. That is ethics for you in TrumpWorld.
    3. Jay Rosen talks about repositioning compliance as a business generator. He discusses companies which see compliance as a business advantage and details how they do so. Jay shouts out to former White House counsel Don McGahn for being a “real lawyer” because he takes notes.
    4. Tom Fox, sitting in on this episode, uses the top three FCPA settlements of 2019 (MTS, Cognizant and Fresenius) to illustrate how the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy, announced in 2017 is being used in practice. He compares the three different types of resolutions used by the Justice Department and what it might mean for compliance going forward. Tom rants about Charles Van Doren and the quiz show scandals from the late 1950s.The members of the Everything Compliance panelist are:
    • Jay Rosen– Jay is Vice President, Business Development Corporate Monitoring at Affiliated Monitors. Rosen can be reached at JRosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
    • Mike Volkov– One of the top FCPA commentators and practitioners around and the Chief Executive Officer of The Volkov Law Group, LLC. Volkov can be reached at mvolkov@volkovlawgroup.com.
    • Matt Kelly– Founder and CEO of Radical Compliance. Kelly can be reached at mkelly@radicalcompliance.com
    • Jonathan Armstrong–is our UK colleague, who is an experienced lawyer with Cordery in London. Armstrong can be reached at armstrong@corderycompliance.com
    • Sarah Hadden– the newest addition to our panel. Sarah is the Publisher at Corporate Compliance Insights. Hadden can be reached at Sarah@corporatecomplianceinsights.com 




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  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, in...
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    Some of the highlights include:
    • Where does compliance come into a sales strategy?
    • Who is responsible for entailing safety - the buyer or seller?
    • What does it mean from the compliance perspective is a safety upgrade is optional?
    • How does regulatory capture affect overseas sales?
    • What is the legal analysis around safety and options for safety upgrade on products?
    • Who should regulate the supply side-the government or the market?
    • For more reading check out Matt’s blog post “More on Boeing and Business Ethics



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  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Opioid...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Should...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I...
  • Array ( [id] => 69d3df44-6508-11e9-a0c0-9be16bda88c1 [createdAt] => 2019-04-22T07:10:42.098-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-23T16:43:21.969-07:00 [title] => Supply Chain Data Management: Part -1, Who is Assent? [pubdate] => 2019-04-22T07:08:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/69d3df44-6508-11e9-a0c0-9be16bda88c1/image/uploads_2F1555942153845-mteqj772qyn-df1164bf838228263c82e272110b5467_2FTF%2BSeries%2B1.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => Supply Chain Data Management: Part -1, Who is Assent? [summary] => In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I explore supply chain data management. In this series, I visit with several members of the Assent Compliance team to introduce the topic, consider the synergies between several different types of compliance disciplines, the impact on organizations of compliance failures in this area and what are some of the drivers for continued legislation and regulation in this area. In this first episode, I visit with Matt Whitteker, the Vice President of Growth at Assent Compliance. He is also one of the co-founders of the organization. We discussed how Assent Compliance came to be founded through seeing the market need the founders saw and moved to fill with Assent.
    Join us tomorrow where we introduce the topic of supply chain data management. To receive more of the latest news and content on a variety of regulatory and supply chain data management topics click hereand sign up for the Assent Compliance newsletter. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/69d3df44-6508-11e9-a0c0-9be16bda88c1/stripped_3701d90911e9074995f010c37d1f0416.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9128559222.mp3 [size] => 32217337 [duration] => 805.43 [uid] => ACS9128559222 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/69d3df44-6508-11e9-a0c0-9be16bda88c1/id3/2f3a0d118f2986eb2d4d854d6405ca23.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68169 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Part 1-Who is Assent_ - 4_18_19, 3.02 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Assent Compliance, I...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      McKesson...
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    ·      McKesson employee compares asking for compliance resources to ‘asking for a Ferrari’. (New York Times)·      Odebrecht scandal shows no sign of waning. (BBC)·       Is Knicks’ owner James Dolan the worst owner in sports? (New York Times)·       Brian Lamp signs off. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/cb244134-64eb-11e9-8b75-d77bcdca5749/stripped_853dfba2fefe298eb45a18e7cdb207b7.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5851165750.mp3 [size] => 10877386 [duration] => 271.93 [uid] => ACS5851165750 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/cb244134-64eb-11e9-8b75-d77bcdca5749/id3/fcad6ecbee6a9641e40a4337f6788870.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70849 [parentId] => cb244134-64eb-11e9-8b75-d77bcdca5749 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 22 - 4_22_19, 5.44 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      McKesson...
  • Array ( [id] => 8450e69e-6041-11e9-9677-8fb6ea64ec9f [createdAt] => 2019-04-16T05:16:52.040-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-16T11:13:33.353-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 427, Hanzo Q1 2019 Compliance, Risk, and Regulations Research Roundup [pubdate] => 2019-04-21T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/8450e69e-6041-11e9-9677-8fb6ea64ec9f/image/uploads_2F1555417006021-5c177q88lnb-18e4b13204e0d24d57474135d1734f31_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport_widescreen.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 427 [subtitle] => Episode 427, Hanzo Q1 2019 Compliance, Risk, and Regulations Research Roundup [summary] => In this episode I take things in a bit of a different direction as I am interviewed by Sean Freidlin, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Compliance at Hanzo, on a project commissioned by Hanzo which became a part of the Hanzo Q1 2019 Compliance, Risk, and Regulations Research Roundup. Sean explains what the resulting white paper provides and then queries me on some of the deep dives I took into several areas.  Some of the highlights from the podcast include:
    • What is the Hanzo Q1 2019 Compliance, Risk, and Regulations Research Roundup?
    • The approach in writing the Roundup.
    • What were key macro highlights from the WEF Global risk Report 2019?
    • What were key micro business highlights from the Allianz Business Risk Barometer-Top Business Risks?
    • What are some of the key regulatory enforcement priorities going forward into 2019?
    • Where has compliance been over the past 18 months and where is it headed going forward?
    • Where listeners can go for more information.To obtain a full copy of the  Hanzo Q1 2019 Compliance, Risk, and Regulations Research Roundup, click here.




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  • In this episode I take things in a bit of...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:When safety has a...
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    1.    Corporations behaving badly are looming large in the news this week. What does Boeing’s culture teach us about compliance and ethical behavior? Former VW CEO Martin Winterkorn charged criminally in Germany.2.    Mike Volkov takes a deep dive into the Standard Chartered $1bn fine for failures in AML controls, on his blog Corruption, Crime and Compliance. 3.    How can you get compliance right when there are no regulations on it? Jo Ritcey-Donohue explores.4.    Jay joins the bandwagon on compliance program as business enhancer. 5.    GDPR-what happened to one-stop enforcement?6.    How can the role of a monitor go murky? 7.    When is a facilitation payment a bribe? Dick Cassin uses the Uber FCPA investigation disclosure to explore. 8.    Trump administration moves to eviscerate agency ruling making? Joe Mont reports. (sub req’d) Matt Kelly discusses the pitfalls. 9.    What businesses need to do now to prepare for Cyber Attacks. 10. This week Tom visits with AMI MD Rod Grandon on federal contractors and compliance programs. Check out the following: Part 1-Reponsible Contractors; Part 2- What the Government Expects; Part 3- Small Business Compliance Programs; Part 4-Why are we still talking about this?; and Part 5-Keeping it Fresh.   Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
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  • On this weekend, we have the dual celebrations of Easter...
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    1. What was the data and why was it so sensitive? 
    2. How was the data leaked?
    3. How did the authorities determine the data breach?
    4. What as the basis of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fine?
    5. What are the lessons to be learned? For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
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  • In this episode, I visit with Jonathan Armstrong to consider...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Pension...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Ongoing...
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  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      What...
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • In this five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc....
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  • Array ( [id] => b1eba950-5ee7-11e9-8675-bf406c6fb3ba [createdAt] => 2019-04-14T14:01:22.680-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-14T14:01:56.429-05:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 426, Jon Rusch on Dipping Through Geometries [pubdate] => 2019-04-15T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/b1eba950-5ee7-11e9-8675-bf406c6fb3ba/image/uploads_2F1555267874479-klddj5b5hgi-03a48a6a1d3d512133dbac22a723f2a9_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport_widescreen.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 426 [subtitle] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 426, Jon Rusch on Dipping Through Geometries [summary] => In this episode I finally have Jon Rusch on the podcast. Jon is the author of one of the most recent podcasts in law around law and compliance. His topics include the FCPA, AML, export control, anti-trust and a wide variety of other legal issues that the compliance practitioner faces.  Some of the highlights from the podcast include:  Ø  Why name your blog ‘Dipping Through Geometries’? Ø  What is your interest in this area-money laundering?Ø  Why are the money service businesses in London both so problematic and difficult for authorities to effectively regulate?Ø  One of the key themes seems to be money-laundering can occur in a wide variety of businesses and industries.Ø  Why is the international fight against bribery, corruption and money-laundering a key component in the international fight against terrorism?Ø  What is they link between money-laundering and terrorism?Ø  What is the role of the compliance professional in this fight?  For more information on the blog posts referenced in this podcast , check out “The first is “United Kingdom Criminal Network That Obtained More Than £8 Billion from Frauds Sent £80 Million to al-Qaeda” and “Metropolitan Police Commissioner: London Money Service Businesses Used to Export Drug Money”. Finally, you should sign up for Jon Rusch’s blog Dipping Through Geometries.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/b1eba950-5ee7-11e9-8675-bf406c6fb3ba/stripped_7b57ad78f4c69ecc61268c8c9d796adc.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9777238239.mp3 [size] => 59798464 [duration] => 1494.96 [uid] => ACS9777238239 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/b1eba950-5ee7-11e9-8675-bf406c6fb3ba/id3/8e6b0b424014d2a3617d0db8c39a0dcd.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 69633 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 426.Jon Rusch - 4_14_19, 1.40 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I finally have Jon Rusch on the...
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    ·      Les Moonves forfeited $34.5MM in comp. (Wall Street Journal)·      Grant Thornton in how water in UK. (Wall Street Journal)·       Conflict of interest in Hollywood (I’m really shocked). (New York Times)·       What is risk? When growth fuels a change. (Washington Post) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/daab93f0-5de8-11e9-a835-c37feb232d0a/stripped_8c15d3ee2e774daad0d38bea4a3e4cc9.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9600196407.mp3 [size] => 10877386 [duration] => 271.93 [uid] => ACS9600196407 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/daab93f0-5de8-11e9-a835-c37feb232d0a/id3/5afbcad3d90768a0012682fd09014334.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70977 [parentId] => daab93f0-5de8-11e9-a835-c37feb232d0a [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 13 - 4_13_19, 7.33 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Les...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Uber is under FCPA investigation. (FCPA Blog)·      Did you break the rules? Just rewrite them in your favor. (Wall Street Journal)·       Apple requires supply chain compliance re: climate warming emissions. (Washington Post)·       Halloween comes early this year for the UK. (New York Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/cc0ce13e-5cab-11e9-b1f6-4fd1f88c176c/stripped_c25f5b7d2beb2216843eacf1a64287e1.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2078286777.mp3 [size] => 10877386 [duration] => 271.93 [uid] => ACS2078286777 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/cc0ce13e-5cab-11e9-b1f6-4fd1f88c176c/id3/657b44198a4cc008c536819caaae75e4.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70959 [parentId] => cc0ce13e-5cab-11e9-b1f6-4fd1f88c176c [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 12 - 4_11_19, 5.43 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Uber...
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    1.    Guilty pleas begin in the Varsity Blues scandal. For those who did not plead guilty, additional charges filed. Jay interviews Justin Paperny about the Varsity Blues sting. For one of the best and fullest explanations, see Caitlan Flanagan’s article in The Atlantic.2.    Does your company lack integrity? Mike Volkov gives 5 signs which show it does. 3.    Standard Chartered joins the $1 bn fine club.4.    What is the intersection of DD and AI? 5.    OFAC enforcement action demonstrates need for pre-acquisition due diligence? 6.    What is ethical AI?7.    What are the shifting reasons for FCPA enforcement?. 8.    What are the risks to investors in Uber? 9.    This week Tom explores the intersection of Shakespeare and Compliance through the lens of King Lear. Check out the following: Part 1-Innovation;Part 2- Changing Your Focus; Part 3- Engaging Your Audience; Part 4-a Different Interpretation; and Part 5-The Fool. The podcast is available on multiple sites: the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, JDSupra, Panoplyand YouTube. The Compliance Podcast Network is now also on Spotifyand Corporate Compliance Insights. Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is       Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
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  • After a one-week hiatus, the lads are back. While debating...
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  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Standard Chartered joins the...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      First round of guilty pleas in Varsity Blues. (Huffington Post)·      How can you tell if a company is overpaying its CEO? (MarketWatch)·       Dirty money and Scandinavian banks. (New York Times)·       Nissan shareholders erupt at annual meeting. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/1842d534-5a42-11e9-86ea-4b8107f3c96b/stripped_664363988539397d3700ea7a2c10d984.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7334464826.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS7334464826 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/1842d534-5a42-11e9-86ea-4b8107f3c96b/id3/56ea1b398a3e8b8db7f3e07b14dc9be7.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71225 [parentId] => 1842d534-5a42-11e9-86ea-4b8107f3c96b [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 9 - 4_8_19, 3.55 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • APRIL 9, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => b91252f4-54ad-11e9-8733-b73469687eae [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T11:41:12.241-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T12:05:09.549-07:00 [title] => Shakespeare on Compliance – the Fool (In theater and in business) [pubdate] => 2019-04-07T23:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/b91252f4-54ad-11e9-8733-b73469687eae/image/uploads_2F1554143976364-a9ao8kl7uyp-f3614174782130bd59a7f0b722dd267b_2FShakespeare.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 15 [subtitle] => Shakespeare on Compliance – the Fool (In theater and in business) [summary] => In this podcast series, I have used the current Broadway performance by Glenda Jackson as King Lear to introduce several compliance topics. Today, I want to discuss the role of The Fool. Initially I should note that the actor who played it, Ruth Wilson, also played Cordelia; which in and off itself is rather amazing. The Fool did well to speak truth to power during the play and Wilson was excellent in both roles.   Wilson’s performance as The Fool added a shading of interpretation that certainly works. It also informs today’s review topic which is who was the fool and who was the criminal in one of the most nortorious acquistions in recent memory, the Hewlett-Packard (HP) acquisition of the UK company Autonomy.  The matter is now on trial in London, it being the largest UK civil trial in history with HP claiming some $5 billion in damages. The former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch is in the dock as he will be in the US when his criminal case goes to trial sometime after the conclusion of this civil action.  The trial began last month and the fireworks have already started, with HP claiming Lynch and his former CFO engaged in massive fraud; the trial judge asking HP what accounting standards they used to evaluate HP and Lynch basically saying HP dropped the ball completely in both the acquisition and after closing for a variety of reason. Based upon all of this tomfoolery I thought a review of HP actions was warranted today.  Perhaps the simple truth is that everyone involved in this matter was a Fool. 




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  • In this podcast series, I have used the current Broadway...
  • Array ( [id] => 7071aaac-54af-11e9-ae60-7f0e2db2613a [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T13:53:29.386-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T13:53:40.603-05:00 [title] => Shakespeare on Compliance – A Different Interpretation [pubdate] => 2019-04-08T00:50:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/7071aaac-54af-11e9-ae60-7f0e2db2613a/image/uploads_2F1554144706692-x13yvgg06wb-eb9e69ab5131d27bb0c6b119473a4549_2FShakespeare.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 14 [subtitle] => Shakespeare on Compliance – A Different Interpretation [summary] => In this episode, I want to discuss how Jackson, starring in the role of King Lear, added a new level of complexity, nuance and interpretation to the entire play.  Jackson is an octogenarian, the oldest person I have ever seen play Lear. Having seen my two parents age, I have some understanding that a person does not gain in stature, power or strength after they cross the 80-birthday mark. In other productions I have seen Lear roar and rail at Cordelia however, Jackson played it understated with nary a raised voice.  Even after the intermission, one of the most powerful scenes is when Lear carries of the lifeless body of Cordelia. Lear is in shock, bereaving and clearly quite mad. Yet to pull this off this scene requires an actress playing Cordelia to be of a size that the actor playing Lear can physically carry. Jackson is far too frail to do so. In this penultimate scene she sat on the stage with Cordelia’s head cradled in her lap, gently stroking her dead daughter’s hair. It was one of the most tender, loving and affectionate presentations I have ever seen in Lear.  The same week as the Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (MTS) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action was announced there were two significant speeches by Department of Justice officials. The first was by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The second was by Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski.  I want to focus on how both speeches explain what many found to be the stunning result Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (CTSH) received when it obtained a declination for its FCPA violations, both from the strategic and tactical levels.  Taken together, these two speeches made clear the reasons why the DOJ handed a declination to CTSH. The company engaged in the type of conduct, after it discovered its FCPA violation, that the DOJ wanted to reward and encourage going forward. Rosenstein made this crystal clear in his remarks, when he stated, “We aim to incentivize companies to report crimes, disgorge illegal proceeds, take remedial actions, and identify accountable officials so we can prosecute them – and do it all promptly. That will result in less corporate crime in the future.” This is not going soft on corporate crime; this is bringing corporate America into a role in the global fight against bribery and corruption.  Yet the Benczkowski speech had equal import for the compliance professional. The DOJ rewarded CTSH for not only its quick decision to self-disclose and then doing so; they also rewarded the company for having a robust pre-existing compliance program even though C-Suite executives led the bribery effort. This recognition by the DOJ makes even more important the corporate compliance function and a corporate compliance program to protect an organization if nefarious actors arise. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/7071aaac-54af-11e9-ae60-7f0e2db2613a/stripped_c5bd31e07efdefa22cb0724493de7a49.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS1266760065.mp3 [size] => 21219786 [duration] => 530.49 [uid] => ACS1266760065 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/7071aaac-54af-11e9-ae60-7f0e2db2613a/id3/8ac0e2eac2fbdac99febe1575d16449f.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71719 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => A Different Interpretation - 4_1_19, 1.34 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I want to discuss how Jackson, starring...
  • Array ( [id] => 05b46068-54b1-11e9-be4d-2b3927477203 [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T12:04:49.294-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T12:04:59.534-07:00 [title] => Shakespeare on Compliance - Engaging Your Audience [pubdate] => 2019-04-07T22:40:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/05b46068-54b1-11e9-be4d-2b3927477203/image/uploads_2F1554145116663-d0q7msvzywb-8038f71e2170146356c691e719e45373_2FShakespeare.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 13 [subtitle] => Shakespeare on Compliance - Engaging Your Audience [summary] => In this episode, I want to discuss the opening scene where Lear bids his daughters express the breadth and scope of their love for him.  Lear has called a conference to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, Goneril, Regan and Cordelia, his youngest who is clearly is favorite. Goneril professes her love is more than words alone can convey, saying “A love that makes . . . speech unable / Beyond all manner of so much I love you”. Regan professes, “Myself an enemy to all other joys, Which the most precious square of sense possesses, And find I am alone felicitate in your dear Highness’ love.” However, Cordelia refuses to play the flattering fool. Her father twice gives her the opportunity to redress this decision but she holds firm saying “Nothing, my lord”. This leads to the break in the family, the deaths of the sisters and the fullest scope of tragedy.  Why do you need to engage your audience? I thought about this in the context of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, compliance and regime change. This is not Saddam Hussain regime change where the US government invades a country to throw out the old boss. This is a democratically elected-peaceful transfer of power. However, it now appears that regime change now means corruption investigations which impact not only the FCPA but also US companies. Every compliance officer needs to aware of this new reality. Take three recent regime changes, together with what they have meant; and perhaps one to come.  1.     South Africa2.     Malaysia3.     Brazil4.     Venezuela The bottom line is that every Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) must now watch local politics much more closely. If you are doing business in a high-risk country and there are new leaders brought in through democratically elected regime change, your company had better be ready for a robust corruption investigation. Certainly if Malaysia, South Africa and Brazil are any indication, prosecutors from nations with new regimes may well share their findings with the US Department of Justice (DOJ). This means that regime change could lead directly to a FCPA investigation, where the disclosure was by a foreign government and not the company self-disclosing. If there is no self-disclosure, a company is not eligible for the declination under the 2017 FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/05b46068-54b1-11e9-be4d-2b3927477203/stripped_10a0a13bd5ec5e423c34888b64c2b6fa.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3539434601.mp3 [size] => 18783084 [duration] => 469.58 [uid] => ACS3539434601 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/05b46068-54b1-11e9-be4d-2b3927477203/id3/a546623e9d86a6e0f69cb53795fa44ce.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70791 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Engaging Your Audience - 4_1_19, 1.38 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I want to discuss the opening scene...
  • Array ( [id] => 22885ab2-54b3-11e9-8db2-7bc64474d27b [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T12:19:56.659-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T12:21:06.361-07:00 [title] => Shakespeare on Compliance - Changing Your Focus [pubdate] => 2019-04-07T22:30:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/22885ab2-54b3-11e9-8db2-7bc64474d27b/image/uploads_2F1554145847729-mevp5weon98-99bcc7ff7b48c7683e3460b1a0d6e32e_2FShakespeare.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 12 [subtitle] => Shakespeare on Compliance - Changing Your Focus [summary] => In this episode, I want to discuss how this production changed the focus of the play, away from the madness of the king to the actions of the three daughters.  Perhaps it was my perception of the play or perhaps it was the director’s intention but the focus in the first half of the play was clearly on the daughters and their families. Both Goneril and Regan played much more prominent roles throughout the first scene and their joint liaisons with Edmund, later the Earl of Gloucester, were key components of this production. Moreover, their husbands, the Duke of Cornwall and the Duke of Albany, also played prominent roles. The Duke of Cornwall, for instance his role in this production was more than the traditional highlight for him, which is the blinding of the original Earl of Gloucester. (Even in this production it still elicited gasps from the audience.) Even after the intermission, where some of the most powerful scenes in all of Shakespeare playout, including the blinded Earl of Gloucester and the mad Lear wandering the moor, this production held a distinct focus on Lear’s daughters and their families, adding in the complexity of Edmund, the new Earl of Gloucester, having an affair with Goneril while secretly pledged to wed Regan.  In the most recent Harvard Business Review (HBR), Scott Berinato writes, in an article entitled “Data Science and the Art of Persuasion”, that most companies are not getting the value from data science initiatives and prescribes ways to remedy this phenomenon. Last year, at Compliance Week 2018, Hui Chen said on a panel that she expected the compliance team of the not-so-distant future would have a data scientist. As with most of her pronouncements, she was way ahead of the crowd.  You must start with the premise that most CCOs and compliance professionals are legally trained, usually without any data analytics classes in law schools still operating under the Socratic Method. Even if a stat class is thrown in somewhere along the way in undergrad, grad school or even through some business school outreach to law students, that does not begin to prepare someone to understand the insights available through advanced data analytics. The key is to build a better data science operation. There are four suggestions, with the over-arching theme of defining the talents you need to understand and communicate the data. 1.     The unpacking of data and creation of insights is a skill. 2.     Data wrangling.3.     Expertise.4.     How to communicate the information.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/22885ab2-54b3-11e9-8db2-7bc64474d27b/stripped_2779bb4147755927e6d7351f590b5f21.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7740093602.mp3 [size] => 17474872 [duration] => 436.87 [uid] => ACS7740093602 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/22885ab2-54b3-11e9-8db2-7bc64474d27b/id3/82944e90e9fa2528a165e3e75714c88e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71147 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Changing Your Focus - 4_1_19, 12.38 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I want to discuss how this production...
  • Array ( [id] => 214f4f8c-54b5-11e9-98cb-07e1f5c30f1b [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T14:34:13.602-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T14:34:24.261-05:00 [title] => Shakespeare On Compliance - Innovation [pubdate] => 2019-04-08T00:20:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/214f4f8c-54b5-11e9-98cb-07e1f5c30f1b/image/uploads_2F1554146993508-rz4q1lt2dyj-0c8de3901cc389c45b0c0f5632056cee_2FShakespeare.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 11 [subtitle] => Shakespeare On Compliance - Innovation [summary] => I recently saw the performance ofKing Learwith Glenda Jackson as the mad king. It was a magnificent production and if you have the chance to see, I would certainly urge you to do so. The production had many interesting features and interpretations which seemed to be great entrees into several compliance topics. The play was directed by Sam Gold and it was scored by Phillip Glass but the star power was derived from Jackson as King Lear. It was a fabulous take on the story and one that will resonate directly to our turbulent times. Therefore, inspired by octogenarian Jackson and her performance, I am going to use King Lear as a deep dive into several compliance topics this week. Today, I want to use the nature of the production, to introduce the day’s topic of innovation in compliance.  Gold’s Lear production was both unique and innovative. It was quite a large stage but the lightening was used to great effect. When the director wanted to shift the action, to another group of actors or topic, the lights were simply shut off to the actors not involved. They did not have to exit the stage and then return. This allowed them to remain on stage and the action could move back and forth without disruption.  The second innovation was in the use of music. While I am generally not a fan of music in Shakespeare, unless used in the original show notes, such as bugles blaring; I am not a fan of music in the performances. However there was a classical quartet which played throughout the performance that I felt truly enhanced the entire production. Finally, I normally revolt at any singing in a Shakespearian production. There were a couple of singing scenes which almost worked for me but at least they did not detract from the overall performance. I thought about this in the context of how to move compliance innovation into the corporate pantheon of greater business process efficiency when I read a recent MIT Sloan Management Review article, entitled “Grow Faster By Changing Your Innovation Narrative”, by George S. Day and Gregory P. Shea. In the article they discussed their findings that organizations that sustain growth “faster than industry rivals articulate a coherent, compelling innovation narrative and rely on four powerful levers to make it a reality.” They posited four key levers for doing so which I believe would work well for a compliance function to sustain innovative growth within an organization and with its customer base, i.e. employees. I have adapted their piece for such an exercise.  The first lever is to invest in compliance talent.  The second lever is encouraging prudent risk taking.  The third lever is to adopt a customer centric process.  The fourth lever is aligning metrics and incentives with innovation activity. The bottom line is that senior management is well-versed in the need for innovative and effective compliance. By using these four levers, a compliance practitioner can help senior managers to focus the organizations compliance efforts. The authors conclude by stating, “A growth-affirming  innovation narrative and the four levers that make it manifest within a company can help leaders focus and prioritize their innovation efforts. The process of identifying and articulating the narrative is essential to understanding the culture of innovation within a company and envisioning what it can achieve. The levers bring that narrative to life. Without them, organic growth leadership in any industry is a hit-or-miss endeavor.” [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/214f4f8c-54b5-11e9-98cb-07e1f5c30f1b/stripped_cc1de99683e877fc8f2088ac882856b1.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5956979505.mp3 [size] => 18485288 [duration] => 462.13 [uid] => ACS5956979505 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/214f4f8c-54b5-11e9-98cb-07e1f5c30f1b/id3/4d0817db0a387d527328f4ea67ed2886.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 73063 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Innovation - 4_1_19, 1.37 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • I recently saw the performance ofKing Learwith Glenda Jackson as...
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    ·      Can a leopard (in this case Equifax) change its spots. (New York Times)·      Investigations for Boeing mount. (Washington Post)·       More corruption alleged in cricket, yet again. (BBC)·       Nominee for No. 2 at DOJ faces tough Senate hearing. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/09a774f6-5972-11e9-8f67-cf93c359fd47/stripped_918a4e9bb4ae9185208ec858063fe173.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8857438935.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS8857438935 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/09a774f6-5972-11e9-8f67-cf93c359fd47/id3/ae2e7eeeda8a573bd2f65d36131df15f.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70829 [parentId] => 09a774f6-5972-11e9-8f67-cf93c359fd47 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 8 - 4_7_19, 3.12 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Can...
  • Array ( [id] => f070b072-5612-11e9-bde4-f38bc1bb7755 [createdAt] => 2019-04-03T06:18:15.463-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-07T10:56:14.961-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 425, the Fresenius FCPA Enforcement Action [pubdate] => 2019-04-07T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/f070b072-5612-11e9-bde4-f38bc1bb7755/image/uploads_2F1554296483303-et6324pndyn-bf0c276bb4cd257832628a42d3148a7c_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 425 [subtitle] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 425, the Fresenius FCPA Enforcement Action [summary] => In this episode I have back fan fav Mike Volkov. We break down the recently released Fresenius FCPA enforcement action. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: Ø  A detailed discuss of the underlying facts.Ø  What were the bribery schemes? Some old and some new but every compliance professional should study them.Ø  How and why did Fresenius let the conduct go on for so long.Ø  How was the company able to garner a NPA?Ø  How did the company obtain its 40% discount for its fine and penalties?Ø  Why was a monitor required?Ø  What are the lessons learned from this enforcement action?Ø  How does this case illustrate current Justice Department enforcement under the 2017 FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy, as amended?  To take a deeper dive into the Fresenius FCPA enforcement action, check out Mike Volkov’s three-part series on his blog site,Corruption, Crime and Compliance. You can also check out my three-part series on the FCPA Compliance Report. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/f070b072-5612-11e9-bde4-f38bc1bb7755/stripped_abe141eb9d270b4df17368d8b3e9fe56.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5130067860.mp3 [size] => 63899688 [duration] => 1597.49 [uid] => ACS5130067860 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/f070b072-5612-11e9-bde4-f38bc1bb7755/id3/91369982c504d6a9e63338e327aaedf9.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68245 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 425.Fresenius - 4_7_19, 12.36 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => 2019-04-07T10:56:11.889-07:00 [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I have back fan fav Mike Volkov....
  • Array ( [id] => 71f9447e-5861-11e9-a77e-471c9a0cfb4c [createdAt] => 2019-04-06T06:43:37.740-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-06T06:45:16.169-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: April 6, 2019-the return on bribe (ROB) edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-06T06:39:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: April 6, 2019-the return on bribe (ROB) edition [summary] => APRIL 6, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Pharma exec who developed return on bribe metric goes to jury. (NPR)·      Wilkie-Farr co-chair pleads guilty in admissions scandal. (Bloomberg)·      How the Nordic banks came to grief in the Baltics. (FT-Big Read)·      Schlumberger in trouble over sanctions violations again.  (Financial Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/377daf74-5861-11e9-adbe-d3f8bafe964c/stripped_2b93f7b1a29a729b984dbfa3c4e19318.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4727999948.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4727999948 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/377daf74-5861-11e9-adbe-d3f8bafe964c/id3/04aae8cfe5d17fbc23b2f669028c7890.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70833 [parentId] => 377daf74-5861-11e9-adbe-d3f8bafe964c [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 6 - 4_6_19, 6.37 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • APRIL 6, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => c01e97a6-5746-11e9-8ba8-3380d0169417 [createdAt] => 2019-04-04T20:56:39.285-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-04T21:01:39.524-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: April 5, 2019-the I feel very much loved edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-05T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: April 5, 2019-the I feel very much loved edition [summary] => APRIL 5, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Judge gives SEC and Musk 14 days to settle their differences. (New York Times)·      3 drug companies settle FCA claims for $122MM. (Wall Street Journal)·      7 key considerations for M&A site visits. (Merrill blog)·      Top 10 most interesting expense reimbursement claims. (Corporate Compliance Insights) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/0d3dd6c4-5746-11e9-b67c-fbbdd67f1c3a/stripped_896c273a432e82db39c9ead85a3cab5a.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4558788283.mp3 [size] => 3227167 [duration] => 268.93 [uid] => ACS4558788283 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/0d3dd6c4-5746-11e9-b67c-fbbdd67f1c3a/id3/ec67b226c52478f1965a0782a7e9b7b8.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71285 [parentId] => 0d3dd6c4-5746-11e9-b67c-fbbdd67f1c3a [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 5 - 4_4_19, 8.52 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • APRIL 5, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 725a8eec-53e7-11e9-89c1-5f94893c19a5 [createdAt] => 2019-03-31T14:57:47.062-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-31T15:01:53.630-04:00 [title] => Everything Compliance-Episode 44, the April is Here edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-04T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 44 [subtitle] => Everything Compliance-Episode 44, the April is Here edition [summary] => Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, in Episode 44 Tom Fox sits in for Mike Volkov, who is on assignment.   
    1. Jonathan Armstrong discusses a recent presentation he saw by the OECD on some of the key and current numbers on the global fight against bribery and corruption. Jonathan shouts out to Nicola Howard QC for her work on DPAs in the UK and the British Airways for its pizza delivery service from London to Lagos.
    2. Matt Kelly details the recent SEC whistleblower award to two individuals of $50MM. There were multiple claimants and the award detailed what the SEC values in terms of information. He also discusses the award in the context of the Trump administration’s attempt to gut the SEC whistleblower program. Matt rants on the unqualified Trump nominee for the Fed, Stephen Moore.
    3. Jay Rosen talks about how the #MeToocontinues to resonate in Hollywood as yet another studio executive is forced to resign. This time the scandal is not about power over another but about the conflicts which arise when some in a relationship uses his power to promote his paramour over others. It is also about how the studio internal investigations continue to clear the studio execs of any wrongdoing. Jay shouts out to Matt Kelly for attending the SCCE Regional event in Boston.
    4. Tom Fox, sitting in for Mike Volkov discusses a compliance-based solution to help manage the opioid crisis. He shouts out to (now) former Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan for admitting the abysmal job he did in the wake of the fraudulent account scandal by resigning and rants on Wells Fargo which cannot seem to move beyond the scandal.The members of the Everything Compliance panelist are:
    • Jay Rosen– Jay is Vice President, Business Development Corporate Monitoring at Affiliated Monitors. Rosen can be reached at JRosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
    • Mike Volkov– One of the top FCPA commentators and practitioners around and the Chief Executive Officer of The Volkov Law Group, LLC. Volkov can be reached at mvolkov@volkovlawgroup.com.
    • Matt Kelly– Founder and CEO of Radical Compliance. Kelly can be reached at mkelly@radicalcompliance.com
    • Jonathan Armstrong– Rounding out the panel is our UK colleague, who is an experienced lawyer with Cordery in London. Armstrong can be reached at armstrong@corderycompliance.comThe host and producer (and sometime panelist) of Everything Compliance is 
    Tom Fox the Compliance Evangelist. Everything Compliance is a part of the Compliance Podcast Network.



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  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. Today, in...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Wynn Casinos said to have hidden claims against Steve Wynn. (New York Times)·      Is your airline watching you? (New York Times)·       Hertz goes after former execs for restatement costs. (Compliance Week)·       Texas senate passes Bigot Law. (Houston Chronicle) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/7cb43f90-5609-11e9-99a5-db22aa90465c/stripped_d1663ccb54e01473a3cad8e262e7e504.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9747788945.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS9747788945 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/7cb43f90-5609-11e9-99a5-db22aa90465c/id3/79f37ad1c8949de7a16f325b821ac7a1.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70749 [parentId] => 7cb43f90-5609-11e9-99a5-db22aa90465c [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 4 - 4_3_19, 7.03 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • APRIL 4, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 9783c49e-5604-11e9-a0fe-1f5f5907ea4b [createdAt] => 2019-04-03T04:26:46.358-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-03T04:35:33.693-07:00 [title] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 117-Wells Fargo Update [pubdate] => 2019-04-03T04:03:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 117 [subtitle] => Episode 117-Wells Fargo Update [summary] => Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly (the coolest guy in compliance) and I take a deep dive into resignation of now former Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan. We use his departure as a starting point to discuss some of the issues which continue to bedevil the organization some three years after the original fraudulent accounts scandal broke. Some of the highlights include: Ø Another tough Congressional hearing, another Wells Fargo CEO resigns. Ø Why can’t Wells Fargo turn around its culture?Ø Should an outsider (IE., non-long term Wells Fargo employee be brought in to right the ship?Ø What is the difference in high-performing and high-pressure organizations?Ø Why does Wells Fargo continue to resist whistleblower retaliation claims?Ø Does Wells Fargo treat its customers as it treats its employees?Ø What draconian sanctions are the OCC and Fed considering?Ø What can Wells Fargo do to actually change its culture? If you are in Houston on Friday, please plan to attend the South Texas College of Law 2019 Symposium on Compliance in international Corporate Legal Practices – Legal Development and the Talent Needs of the Future. Information and registration details available here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/5d6ba1c4-5603-11e9-9c5f-b7f886d43f03/stripped_444cf21a9d0d99d46744bef22d74e5b5.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7154573817.mp3 [size] => 51298219 [duration] => 1282.46 [uid] => ACS7154573817 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/5d6ba1c4-5603-11e9-9c5f-b7f886d43f03/id3/4ed04b0ff06243f19631a84c912d3958.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 53331 [parentId] => 5d6ba1c4-5603-11e9-9c5f-b7f886d43f03 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 117.Wells Fargo Update - 4_3_19, 5.47 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
  • Array ( [id] => 05aaf1b4-5582-11e9-8196-97a32e9b2882 [createdAt] => 2019-04-02T14:59:06.847-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-02T15:00:54.469-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: April 3, 2019-the trial of the century begins edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-03T00:05:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: April 3, 2019-the trial of the century begins edition [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    ·      Trial of ex-Malaysian PM Najib Razak to begin. (The Guardian)·      Shocked, just shocked to find out drug company pushed opioids. (NPR)·       Former Colombia official convicted of bribing government officials on behalf of Odebrecht. (Colombia Reports)·       UK’s Financial Reporting Council will examine KPMG. (Wall Street Journal)  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/c5c46bd4-5581-11e9-bee1-6f921015ddcf/stripped_53290e0eb966d04267e7f82733f93218.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7748317763.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS7748317763 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/c5c46bd4-5581-11e9-bee1-6f921015ddcf/id3/194e9ec534725115c97dc824e320b684.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71473 [parentId] => c5c46bd4-5581-11e9-bee1-6f921015ddcf [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 3 - 4_2_19, 2.51 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Trial...
  • Array ( [id] => 1ba667e6-54c9-11e9-a65a-0b0e6291f5ce [createdAt] => 2019-04-01T16:27:31.452-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-04-01T16:57:14.399-05:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: April 2, 2019-the FB mea culpa edition [pubdate] => 2019-04-02T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: April 2, 2019-the FB mea culpa edition [summary] => In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:
    ·      Is it illegal to do business with corrupt governments? (New York Times)·      Does PG&E really want a judge running its business? (Hint-no). (Wall Street Journal)·       Mark Zuckerberg asks for more regulation. (Wall Street Journal)·       Anti-Corruption lawyer elected PM of Slovakia? (Financial Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f525d114-54c4-11e9-b579-5bc32bbc10a6/stripped_a7f3197a56d746e4b2e5b7a8207192cc.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4917375696.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4917375696 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f525d114-54c4-11e9-b579-5bc32bbc10a6/id3/15b7c6d990395f7269f2771c300d24f0.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70641 [parentId] => f525d114-54c4-11e9-b579-5bc32bbc10a6 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => April 2 - 4_1_19, 4.24 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      Is...
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  •  In this episode I visit with Amy Edmondson about her...
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    Barriers
    Barriers can be anything: a blind person who can’t see the art, or someone with a learning disability who might not understand the art in the way that it was intended. But they can still experience art in other ways that you might not expect, and so in this way, art can be accessible to anybody. It’s just a matter of creating that space.
    On communicating


    Art is not always going to be clearly communicated across all platforms. It might offend. It might cause stress or tension. And that’s part of the learning process as both artist and viewer: each of our experiences are different, and so the ways in which we access art will naturally be different too. As artists, we can’t control how people will react, so a big thing is keeping your art true to yourself.
    Being true to yourself
    Trying to communicate what’s inside of you is in itself a barrier: it’s going to reach some people and not others. There might be backlash. As an artist, it’s a balancing act of staying true to yourself and the art that you practice, but keeping in mind that not everybody will be able to access it. By virtue of understanding that, artists can grow and change their art — but it’s important not to censor it. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/17bb7068-3f84-11e9-b48a-d348fc848bc8/episodes/8cdf3600-4988-11e9-844e-2ff18da17df7/stripped_40d951aaa44726020d048f769708f4b1.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7747310185.mp3 [size] => 7916564 [duration] => 494.79 [uid] => ACS7747310185 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 128 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/17bb7068-3f84-11e9-b48a-d348fc848bc8/episodes/8cdf3600-4988-11e9-844e-2ff18da17df7/id3/b6f9314cf4c823c847dcf2c01db62ea4.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 43667 [parentId] => 8cdf3600-4988-11e9-844e-2ff18da17df7 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => MMP004.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • On this episode of the Modern Medium Podcast, we are...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:·      GOP...
  • Array ( [id] => 64260cb6-53f6-11e9-8287-1f43b6ce9403 [createdAt] => 2019-03-31T13:48:51.863-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-31T13:49:10.765-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 424, David Childers on the New ECI Self-Assessment Tool [pubdate] => 2019-03-31T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/64260cb6-53f6-11e9-8287-1f43b6ce9403/image/uploads_2F1554065227599-hu4r18nuqeg-edeba528851bd337a9a8f2fd4f58bf42_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 424 [subtitle] => Episode 424, David Childers on the New ECI Self-Assessment Tool [summary] => In this episode I visit with David Childers, the Senior Vice President at Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). We discuss ECI’s High-Quality Ethics & Compliance Program (HQP) Self-Assessment Tool. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: What are the 5 Principals of a HQP? They include: Strategy, Risk Management, Culture, Speaking Up and Accountability.  

    What are the 5 operational areas of an E&C program? They include:
    • E&C is central to business strategy
    • E&C risks are identified, owned, managed and mitigated 
    • Leaders at all levels across the organization build and sustain a culture of integrity
    • The organization encourages, protects and values the reporting of concerns and suspected wrongdoing 
    • The organization takes action and holds itself accountable when wrongdoing occurs
    What is the design of the Self-Assessment tool? While the methodology is fairly complex, for the participant it is only 107 multiple choice questions and it takes less than 30 minutes to complete.What is it designed to measure? The HQP Assessment measures program maturity based on a combination of questions regarding 27 operating components and more than 100 program practices.
    What are the four categories of reporting information for each principal? They include:(1) What to measure/review; (2) Questions to consider ; (3) Potential sources of information and (4) Leading practices illustrative of HQPs. What are the five-point scale for program maturity? Program maturity is based on five levels, which are represented on a 0-100 scale.  ·       UNDERDEVELOPED·       DEFINING·       ADAPTING·       MANAGING·       OPTIMIZINGThe HQP Assessment tool is a measure of where an organization believes their E&C program operates based on the five principles.   The assessment can be used in several ways.  We have organizations that are looking for program improvement. The assessment can be a baseline for measured improvement.   It can also be a qualification.  As we said this isn’t about a score.  In some industries, being at the managing level of maturity may be sufficient for their risk.  Most of all it is a great way to create dialog and discussion with your leadership using a definitive measure of your program. How will ECI use this information going forward? We are already seeing important trend and insights from the data. We will introduce many of these findings are our Annual Conference in Dallas, and we are developing working groups within our membership to explore some the findings to refine best practices and guidelines for program improvement. For more information on the ECI Self-Assessment Tool, go to www.ethics.org Registration and Information on IMPACT2019 here.   [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/64260cb6-53f6-11e9-8287-1f43b6ce9403/stripped_5ab68b037b02b6218abcfb394906f6d5.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5564666492.mp3 [size] => 50406921 [duration] => 1260.17 [uid] => ACS5564666492 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/64260cb6-53f6-11e9-8287-1f43b6ce9403/id3/dfaf4c19660093fe9c3f8c3d75cb2b20.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 72327 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 424.David Childers - 3_31_19, 3.39 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with David Childers, the Senior...
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  • In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:Wirecare in deep trouble....
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    1.    Former Hong Kong official sentenced for FCPA violations. 2.    SEC awards two whistleblowers $50MM. Kristin Broughton in the. Matt Kelly takes a deep dive. Doug Cornelius gets snarky. Jonathan Marks weighs in. 3.    Jonathan Ruschand William Weaverdebate whether corruption can be measured. Both on the FCPA Blog. 4.    Was it fraud or was it incompetency? The HP v. Autonomy civil trial begins in London. 5.    What is the difference in whistleblowing and extortion? Joe Mont explains.6.    What are your supply chain risks? Russ Berland explores in Part 1 of a two-part blog post. 7.    Looking at enforcement of financial market crimes in Canada and UK. Anita Anand reports. 8.    What steps can you take to reduce whistleblower retaliation? Matt Kelly opines. 9.    OECD slams Canadian government for interfering in SNC-Lavalin corruption investigation. Jonathan Rausch reports.10. Join Tom and AMI’s Jesse Caplan for a 5-part exploration of emerging issues in healthcare compliance and monitoring. 11. In Houston on April 11? Join the Greater Houston Business and Ethics Roundtable for a presentation for one year look back on GDPR. Registration and information are here. 12. Check out the latest edition of Great Women in Compliance where Mary Shirley visits with Marianne Ibrahim.  Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
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  • As Opening Day near and the Astros are predicted to...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      JPMorgan under fire for bribery in Nigeria.  (New York Times)https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/28/business/jpmorgan-nigeria.html·      Black and Decker settle Iranian sanctions case.  (Wall Street Journal)·      Having failed to change its culture, Wells Fargo CEO quits, effective immediately. (NPR)·       Swedbank President fired over money-laundering scandal. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/6a772f46-51a8-11e9-87af-7fdcd86b2984/stripped_cd788f525205c6aab172718500b5ca85.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7230931839.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS7230931839 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/6a772f46-51a8-11e9-87af-7fdcd86b2984/id3/730cc20c20e2863eb39e59cd3de56dfc.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71541 [parentId] => 6a772f46-51a8-11e9-87af-7fdcd86b2984 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 29 - 3_28_19, 5.20 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 29, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      What is your cybersecurity rating?  (Wall Street Journal)·      Trump tweets on North Korea sanctions as coverup for incompetence?  (Washington Post)·      SFO sued for investigation. (FinancialTimes)·       Russian money laundering scandal spreads to Sweden. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/e88e6bda-50cf-11e9-bf9b-8b20bb9492de/stripped_234fbd8589c1c0586522922531569c0b.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4904809846.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4904809846 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/e88e6bda-50cf-11e9-bf9b-8b20bb9492de/id3/cc18b38ea67942b992257fcc34a69bce.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71207 [parentId] => e88e6bda-50cf-11e9-bf9b-8b20bb9492de [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 28 - 3_27_19, 3.30 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 28, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    1. What is phishing? 
    2. The largest number of data breach have come through phishing. Why has it become such a business risk?
    3. What are the requirements a company take against phishing under GDPR?
    4. What are the three key concepts in data protection?
    5. Modern phishing attacks are very sophisticated.
    6. What are some of the most intricate frauds seen in this area? For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
    here. Also check out the GDPR Navigator, one of the top resources for GDPR Compliance by clicking here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/27fd5d8c-d617-11e8-a728-533c66bc2ca3/episodes/eaeef786-4833-11e9-b9b9-5f52d6d03152/stripped_d77d9e92fa4e830b7f4f4c69a91996e0.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8171125366.mp3 [size] => 39290252 [duration] => 982.26 [uid] => ACS8171125366 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/27fd5d8c-d617-11e8-a728-533c66bc2ca3/episodes/eaeef786-4833-11e9-b9b9-5f52d6d03152/id3/bd1013bfb61c30af5d824785ef3442bc.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 32453 [parentId] => eaeef786-4833-11e9-b9b9-5f52d6d03152 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 24-Phishing - 3_13_19, 3.25 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I visit with Jonathan Armstrong consider the...
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  • Array ( [id] => fdc7f1b8-5009-11e9-8c42-27127daac11f [createdAt] => 2019-03-26T16:55:46.980-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-26T16:59:05.733-04:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 27, 2019-the Autonomy trial begins edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-27T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: March 27, 2019-the Autonomy trial begins edition [summary] => MARCH 27, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Former Autonomy CEO goes to trial in UK.  (The Register)·      Want credit in FCPA sentencing? Engage in random acts of kindness while in jail. (New York Times)·      SEC pays whistleblowers $50MM. (FCPA Blog)·       Stormy Daniels lawyer charged with attempted extortion. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/8782652e-5009-11e9-8382-636014c54f07/stripped_acafd028354c1e7e686fb8ce5e964c35.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS7092592217.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS7092592217 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/8782652e-5009-11e9-8382-636014c54f07/id3/f55f1d9dc8e391778e0842175d1be834.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70971 [parentId] => 8782652e-5009-11e9-8382-636014c54f07 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 27 - 3_26_19, 3.52 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 27, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Why is UK Attorney General sitting on Airbus corruption case? (The Guardian) ·      Ex-HK official sentenced to jail for FCPA, AML violations. (FCPA Blog)·      Duke pays over $110MM for filing false research grant applications? (New York Times)·       Charitable institutions to Sacklers: We don’t want your money. (New York Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/c8b9d760-4f60-11e9-a4a7-27185f766a34/stripped_61615fc355ac18039d95fc5d2bbd28da.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS1619644905.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS1619644905 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/c8b9d760-4f60-11e9-a4a7-27185f766a34/id3/34bd52ea3a3c564afdddee052716748e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71107 [parentId] => c8b9d760-4f60-11e9-a4a7-27185f766a34 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 26 - 3_25_19, 7.42 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 26, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => b8918d24-4e8e-11e9-b105-ffd6ed62e788 [createdAt] => 2019-03-18T10:15:37.637-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T19:44:10.151-04:00 [title] => Setting the Right Tone from the Top [pubdate] => 2019-03-25T02:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 3 [subtitle] => [summary] => The board of directors, in concert with the CEO and others, set the tone and conduct for corporate behavior throughout the organization, and is the most important element for promoting honesty in a company. In this episode, we’re talking about tone and conduct from the top.
    Trends
    Corporate greed at the executive level has destroyed hundreds of companies. Many CEOs over the years have been sued over white collar crimes, and this sends a clear — though perhaps unintentional — message to their employees that committing fraud is acceptable, so long as it makes the company seem acceptable.
    That’s simply not the case, and is a prime example of setting the wrong tone and conduct from the top. At the same time, there are no regulatory rules or accounting standards that define exactly what the tone and conduct at the top should be.
    So we need to be mindful. When our companies are doing really well, we might slip into “Perfect Place Syndrome," and all the hard work and effort you put into building a company culture that is mindful of ethical breakdowns could be wiped out in an instant.
    Gaps
    The control environment: This is key to setting the right tone and conduct of the organization, because it influences the control consciousness of its people. For example, do you have a Code of Business Conduct and Ethics?


    A commitment to competence: Don’t take shortcuts, and don’t hire people that don’t fit within your organization.


    Board of Directors and audit committees: Are they engaged? Do they ask questions and take appropriate action?


    Management philosophy and operating style: This needs to place a high value on risk assessment and internal control and, more importantly, encourage a “speak up” environment. If people feel like what they’re going to say will fall on deaf ears, they may not speak up at all.


    Well-defined organizational structure: Do people know what their roles and responsibilities are? How about their reporting channels and the communication protocols?


    Appropriate assignments and authority and responsibility: Are there well-defined duties that are appropriately segregated to prevent and detect errors or fraud?


    Human resources: Your recruiting and retention policies and practices should ensure that human capital is valued.


    Chief Executive: The buck stops with them. They have the ultimate responsibility for the internal control system, and a positive control environment is a big part of maintaining effective internal controls.
    Challenges
    It is crucial for company success for executives and management to set an example of ethical behavior on the job, otherwise, they are creating an entire organizational culture of fraud.


    ABC Theory of Fraud: You have one bad apple, you create a bad bunch, and the next thing you know, you have a bad crop. So what should have been an isolated incident may manifest itself in other parts of your organization. When employees are under pressure to meet unrealistic goals, they’re often faced with a choice of whether or not to do whatever it takes, no matter how improper, to achieve those goals.
    Solutions
    Personnel changes are not always warranted. Education and formal training in some cases might accelerate the general adoption of a more ethical corporate culture in an organization. It is really important that senior management position themselves to communicate to employees what is expected of them, lead by example, and provide a safe mechanism for reporting violations and rewarding integrity. Employees need to see management demonstrating a commitment to their ethics principles. The message must be communicated consistently and reinforced with actions.

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  • The board of directors, in concert with the CEO and...
  • Array ( [id] => 897ced30-4e8e-11e9-bbc0-0b4e6d33e3ed [createdAt] => 2019-03-18T07:16:34.166-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T16:42:51.174-07:00 [title] => Making Art a Sensory Experience [pubdate] => 2019-03-24T23:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 3 [subtitle] => [summary] => On this episode of the Modern Medium Podcast, we’re exploring our senses: while it’s common for art to have visual and aural components, we don’t normally think about art in terms of smell, taste, or touch. But art is supposed to imitate life, and within life, we experience these all at once. How then can we make art a sensory experience? 
    It’s easy to be visual, as a lot of art already is. Visiting art galleries or museums is typically a visual experience, seeing the paintings or sculptures and experiencing them from a distance. 
    But one thing that’s interesting about those spaces is that they’re usually silent. Why is there no sound? Why are we hearing people just shuffling around? Paris shares about a project she did, where she recorded audio snippets of her morning rituals, experiencing that routine through sound. We don’t normally think of audio outside of music, but you can easily tell a story through the things you hear on the street. 
    When you touch something, you’re going to understand it in a different way. If it feels different from what you’re picturing, that can change the piece’s tone, energy, or the way you view it. Art that incorporates touch has the power to change the story.
    It’s important to consider all five senses when you’re creating anything. And it’s important to consider not only what senses you're activating, but how the that might be different for different people, because we all come with our different preconceived notions and experiences. 

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  • On this episode of the Modern Medium Podcast, we’re exploring...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Jeff Skilling wants you to invest your money with him. What could go wrong? (Wall Street Journal) ·      Most bitcoin trading is faked. (Wall Street Journal)·      What do sanctions mean anyway? (Wall Street Journal)·       Two charitable donations rejected, Sackler family trying to settle OxyContin lawsuits. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/df462804-4e8d-11e9-bfda-3fa50211564a/stripped_85deb048e92377c20249c8b3b7bf2c2e.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3279090920.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS3279090920 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/df462804-4e8d-11e9-bfda-3fa50211564a/id3/e850962af1617d6c1819e80f7d5150da.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71465 [parentId] => df462804-4e8d-11e9-bfda-3fa50211564a [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 25 - 3_24_19, 6.35 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 25, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => fdd142b6-4a4d-11e9-87d5-175a5e197671 [createdAt] => 2019-03-19T06:50:44.263-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-19T06:59:53.241-07:00 [title] => Emerging Issues in Healthcare Compliance and Monitoring-Episode 1 –Focus on Opioid Prescribing – Regulatory and Liability Risks [pubdate] => 2019-03-24T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/fdd142b6-4a4d-11e9-87d5-175a5e197671/image/uploads_2F1553003207834-59s50l9f9dt-486eb4d9e1b4bf270ac4df780a81d639_2FAMI-Healthcare%2B2.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => Episode 1 –Focus on Opioid Prescribing – Regulatory and Liability Risks [summary] => In this special five part podcast series, sponsor by Affiliated Monitors, I visit with Jesse Caplan, Managing Director at AMI on emerging issues in healthcare compliance and monitoring. Healthcare provider organizations and practices face many different types of potential regulatory and liability risks – in this first episode we focus on the risks posed by opioid prescribing. We consider the some of the following issues:

     >What are the risks to providers and health care organizations from opioid prescribing? >What has been the response of the Department of Justice? >What are legislators and regulators doing to address the opioid crisis? >Can you tell us a little more about the legal and regulatory framework impacting opioid prescribing?

    >What should be the primary compliance concerns for healthcare organizations in connection with the opioid crisis?

    Join us for Episode 2, where we discuss how healthcare organizations can identify and mitigate the risks from opioid prescribing.
    For more information on our sponsor Affiliated Monitors, check out their website here


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  • In this special five part podcast series, sponsor by Affiliated...
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    We consider some of the following issues:

    In previous episodes, you and your colleagues at affiliated monitors have talked about how independent monitoring can effectively and efficiently extend the ability of government regulators to oversee healthcare providers and organizations.  can you explain some more about how independent monitors can serve this purpose?

    In most cases, a monitor has to be approved by the government regulator or enforcement agency – what’s the value to the government of approving a monitoring relationship?
    What about the healthcare organization – what are the benefits of an independent monitoring situation?

    Can you give us some recent examples of where healthcare regulators are using independent monitors in different contexts?


    Join us for Episode 4, where we discuss independent integrity monitoring of healthcare organizations or systems.

    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, check out their website here.

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  • In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
  • Array ( [id] => a66b0bd2-4a5d-11e9-92a7-63a7cec5559b [createdAt] => 2019-03-19T08:42:49.581-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-19T08:43:51.871-07:00 [title] => Emerging Issues in Healthcare Compliance and Monitoring-Episode 4 - Independent Integrity Monitoring of Healthcare Organizations [pubdate] => 2019-03-24T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/a66b0bd2-4a5d-11e9-92a7-63a7cec5559b/image/uploads_2F1553008934154-8353uxkoq8u-dc9c11917a74f97dc379899cf10310c4_2FAMI-Healthcare%2B2.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 4 [subtitle] => Episode 4 - Independent Integrity Monitoring of Healthcare Organizations or Systems [summary] => In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc., I visit with AMI Managing Director Jesse Caplan on emerging issues in healthcare compliance and monitoring. In the Episode 3, we discussed how independent monitoring can serve important public policy goals in the healthcare industry.  In this Episode 4, we consider examples of independent monitoring involving healthcare organizations or systems.

    How do healthcare organizations or the agencies that regulate them may use monitoring in connection with significant business transactions – as opposed to law enforcement or disciplinary proceedings.

    What are some examples of where organizations and government regulators have jointly agreed to use an independent firm to monitor implementation and compliance with conditions of a healthcare transactions?

    Join us for our final installment, Episode 5, where we tie it all together by discussing how to use an independent integrity monitor in a proactive approach that can lead to greater business efficiency and profitability.
    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, check out their website here.


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  • In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
  • Array ( [id] => 829eba8a-4b27-11e9-85d2-33f6e6c1f2d7 [createdAt] => 2019-03-20T08:47:47.862-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-20T11:50:30.506-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 423, Sarah Hadden on the New CCI [pubdate] => 2019-03-24T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/829eba8a-4b27-11e9-85d2-33f6e6c1f2d7/image/uploads_2F1553096582005-k1c0627vci-f27bda5eccd0e4441f6ee9fe89d866fb_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 423 [subtitle] => Episode 423, Sarah Hadden on the New CCI [summary] => In this episode I visit with Sarah Hadden, the new Editor-in-Chief at Corporate Compliance Insights (CCI). We discuss her professional background in journalism and her journey to becoming EIC at Corporate Compliance Insights. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: 1.    Her professional background as a journalist and how it informs her thinking for CCI.2.    What drew her to CCI and the compliance space?3.    Her ascension to the EIC role at Corporate Compliance Insights.4.    How did CCI accomplish content marketing?5.    What do you hope to accomplish with CCI?6.    The CCI website recently went through a face-lift. What are some of the key elements of this new look?7.    Why is CCI “not a house cat anymore”?8.    Where can listeners go for more information?9.    Calling all authors-CCI looking for new contributors Resources: Check out the newly redesigned CCI Website here.   [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/829eba8a-4b27-11e9-85d2-33f6e6c1f2d7/stripped_fe18619ceb16a3ea36d59da458c0d35d.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2082012865.mp3 [size] => 37507656 [duration] => 937.69 [uid] => ACS2082012865 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/829eba8a-4b27-11e9-85d2-33f6e6c1f2d7/id3/f725d20fe0828d063e943d3eedbcaf59.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68045 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 423.Sarah Haddon - 3_20_19, 9.42 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Sarah Hadden, the new...
  • Array ( [id] => e95a260c-4a54-11e9-9fc5-f73f128d9187 [createdAt] => 2019-03-19T09:40:16.405-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-19T09:40:31.054-05:00 [title] => Emerging Issues in Healthcare Compliance and Monitoring-Episode 2- Focus on Opioid Prescribing – Identifying and Mitigating the Risks [pubdate] => 2019-03-25T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/e95a260c-4a54-11e9-9fc5-f73f128d9187/image/uploads_2F1553006155601-fjsqylrniu-9694f32f04e39fb6d6954b0d4a4fdc17_2FAMI-Healthcare%2B2.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => Episode 2- Focus on Opioid Prescribing – Identifying and Mitigating the Risks [summary] => In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc., I visit with AMI Managing Director Jesse Caplan on emerging issues in healthcare compliance and monitoring. In Episode 1, Jesse Caplan discussed the many different types of potential regulatory and liability risks healthcare provider organizations and practices face in connection with the prescribing of opioids.  In this Episode, we discuss how healthcare organizations can identify and mitigate the risks from opioid prescribing by their practitioners. Some of the issues considered are:

    What can healthcare organizations, and particularly their compliance departments do to identify and mitigate the risks from opioid prescribing?

    Can you give us some examples of deficient opioid prescribing practices by, otherwise, experienced and caring physicians?

    What help is available to healthcare organizations to address these risks?

    Do monitoring firms like AMI provide these types of proactive assessments of opioid prescribing programs and practices?

    Join us for Episode 3, where we discuss the expanding use of independent monitors by health regulators.
    For more information on Affiliated Monitors, check out their website here.

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  • In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
  • Array ( [id] => 722cb286-4a61-11e9-a5fb-9f64e95b4083 [createdAt] => 2019-03-19T09:09:59.917-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-19T09:20:54.228-07:00 [title] => Emerging Issues in Healthcare Compliance-Episode 5, Proactive Monitoring [pubdate] => 2019-03-24T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/722cb286-4a61-11e9-a5fb-9f64e95b4083/image/uploads_2F1553011023844-xxxs4xq5nq-950295266217fb3f74b243a5a3993cc2_2FAMI-Healthcare%2B2.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 5 [subtitle] => Episode 5, Proactive Monitoring [summary] => In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors, Inc., I visit with AMI Managing Director Jesse Caplan on emerging issues in healthcare compliance and monitoring. In the previous episodes, we considered how healthcare organizations can benefit by having an independent compliance expert – a fresh set of eyes, so to speak – evaluate the organization’s compliance program.  We explored the emerging risks involved in opioid prescribing and how organizations can mitigate that risk by pro-actively assessing the prescribing practices of their physicians and physician extenders.  In this final episode we discuss how an independent integrity review can be helpful for organizations that may be facing actual or potential compliance issues.   We consider some of the following:

    Can independent integrity review and monitoring be helpful where a healthcare organization may have reason to believe it has an actual or potential compliance problem, but has not yet been subject to an enforcement action or a corporate integrity agreement imposed by the government?

    How can engaging an independent integrity monitor help an organization in dealing with an enforcement agency?

    Why do government enforcement and regulatory agencies prefer not to exclude important health care providers who have compliance issues?  
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  • In this special five-part podcast series, sponsored by Affiliated Monitors,...
  • Array ( [id] => 7a8f4610-4cf9-11e9-8183-234d90243441 [createdAt] => 2019-03-22T08:50:16.023-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-22T16:23:20.188-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 23, 2019-the who’s on your Board edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-22T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: March 23, 2019-the who’s on your Board edition [summary] => MARCH 23, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Should safety be a ‘nice to have’? (New York Times)·      Boeing loses first contract for 737 MAX jets. (Wall Street Journal)·      Unrepentant Rujat Gupta says jury got it wrong, he never violated the law. (New York Times)·      What is his compliance experience? Shaq joins the Papa John Board of Directors (Business Insider) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/2fc1f252-4cba-11e9-b3c6-ff984726ac6c/stripped_06f9146606f637a5e03e4dd36c724168.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS1666408741.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS1666408741 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/2fc1f252-4cba-11e9-b3c6-ff984726ac6c/id3/5dbd9eef745c008320ec3d2f6607208e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71031 [parentId] => 2fc1f252-4cba-11e9-b3c6-ff984726ac6c [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 23 - 3_22_19, 6.18 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 23, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => b0e572dc-4b3e-11e9-998f-4f680cd5f3c3 [createdAt] => 2019-03-20T13:33:43.925-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-20T13:33:56.430-05:00 [title] => IMPACT 2019- Sam Silverstein on Accountability [pubdate] => 2019-03-22T12:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => IMPACT 2019- Sam Silverstein on Accountability [summary] => In this episode I visit with Sam Silverstein about his upcoming keynote speech at IMPACT 2019, entitled “Inspiring Accountability at Every Level”. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: 1.    Why Silverstein believes that “Accountability is the Highest Form of Leadership”Ô.2.    The problems he sees with the way companies talk about “accountability”. 3.    How accountability can create impact and influence for your organization through a leader’s values. 4.    How accountability enhances corporate culture and improves the organization.5.    Information on why you should attend ECI’s IMPACT2019. Resources: Sam Silverstein bio hereSam Silverstein website, on how to lead with accountability hereRegistration and Information on IMPACT 2019 here.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/b0e572dc-4b3e-11e9-998f-4f680cd5f3c3/stripped_7937161cf2934e758fb8ad1cf39df0da.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9070895207.mp3 [size] => 29958268 [duration] => 748.96 [uid] => ACS9070895207 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/b0e572dc-4b3e-11e9-998f-4f680cd5f3c3/id3/beba89c08f881754910cd731cbf6b398.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68111 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Sam Silverstein - 3_20_19, 12.03 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Sam Silverstein about his...
  • Array ( [id] => 6a257424-4c3c-11e9-9b01-5323038616ad [createdAt] => 2019-03-21T17:44:07.140-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-21T17:49:57.727-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 22, 2019-the my bracket is already blown edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-21T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => March 22, 2019-the my bracket is already blown edition [summary] => MARCH 22, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Google & Facebook defrauded to the tune of $100. (Wall Street Journal)·      Too scared to drink Miller Lite? (New York Times) ·      Corporate execs trading on insider information? I’m shocked. (Financial Times)·      K-Pop scandal rocks South Korea. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/99604314-4c3b-11e9-8911-1f8bd0cedbfe/stripped_3ad639e2010a40f8b2a813c19708035a.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8935753589.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS8935753589 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/99604314-4c3b-11e9-8911-1f8bd0cedbfe/id3/242ea2c3762bd5ab16d6871a7920d965.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70981 [parentId] => 99604314-4c3b-11e9-8911-1f8bd0cedbfe [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 22 - 3_21_19, 7.41 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 22, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => adc3ebdc-4b3a-11e9-bcb1-379097274c8a [createdAt] => 2019-03-20T11:05:00.687-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-20T11:10:38.827-07:00 [title] => IMPACT 2019, Tony Brigmon on Joy and Laughter [pubdate] => 2019-03-21T10:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => IMPACT 2019, Tony Brigmon on Joy and Laughter [summary] => In this episode I visit with Tony Brigmon about his upcoming keynote speech at IMPACT 2019, entitled “The Funomenal Workplace: Energizing People & Culture with the Positive Power of Fun”. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: 1.    Tony’s professional history at SW Airlines as the “Ambassador of Fun”. SW is generally recognized as one of the most fun places to work in the US.2.    Why joy and laughter are keys to a great corporate culture. 3.    Some thoughts from his book “The FUNOMENAL WORKPLACE: Energizing People & Culture with the Positive Power of Fun!”4.    How a fun workplace enhances corporate culture and improves the organization.5.    Information on why you should attend ECI’s IMPACT 2019. Resources: Tony Brigmon website hereRegistration and Information on IMPACT 2019 here.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/adc3ebdc-4b3a-11e9-bcb1-379097274c8a/stripped_9e8a75ae97ee0e8ab29b9bcff4d57ca8.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9709275899.mp3 [size] => 26867460 [duration] => 671.69 [uid] => ACS9709275899 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/adc3ebdc-4b3a-11e9-bcb1-379097274c8a/id3/867bad8c6e11fe04d41322d9ac9ed669.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68071 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Tony Brigmon - 3_20_19, 11.56 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Tony Brigmon about his...
  • Array ( [id] => a5bd8c2c-4b6c-11e9-a1dc-f3ebc2499f4b [createdAt] => 2019-03-20T16:59:41.129-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-20T17:02:42.392-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 21, 2019-the Google spanked edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-20T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => March 21, 2019-the Google spanked edition [summary] => MARCH 21, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Chuck Pearson pleads guilty. (France24.com) ·      USC goes after the students fraudulently admitted. (NPR)·      EU spank Google to the tune of $1.5bn for anti-trust violations. (Financial Times)·       Bayer stock plummets. (Washington Post) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/39e66546-4b6c-11e9-a2c8-eb74d53c0454/stripped_f68f60fcc3e8033d3210e4b2f7f1f52b.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4189151838.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4189151838 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/39e66546-4b6c-11e9-a2c8-eb74d53c0454/id3/83a2f63f197ac4b9e4ffd00b073db129.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70885 [parentId] => 39e66546-4b6c-11e9-a2c8-eb74d53c0454 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 21 - 3_20_19, 6.46 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 21, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 8e1c7026-4831-11e9-9ad4-477ac36df4ba [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T14:19:01.743-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T14:22:08.949-07:00 [title] => Life With GDPR: Episode 23- Looking into the 2019 Crystal Ball [pubdate] => 2019-03-20T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 23 [subtitle] => Life With GDPR: Episode 23- Looking into the 2019 Crystal Ball [summary] => In this episode, I visit with Jonathan Armstrong consider some of his predictions for the rest of 2019. Even if these predictions do not become fully formed, you should consider them in light of your data privacy/data protection policies and protocols. Some of the issues and highlights are: 
    1. Drones-what are the GDPR implications. 
    2. The number of data breach notifications under GDPR. Through the end of January there were over 42,000 in the EU alone.
    3. Will AI and self-driving cars follow the rules on safe driving standards, or will there be new rules for the road? 
    4. What will be the effects of data, big data and AI in elections going forward? What will be the fallout from Cambridge Analytica going forward?
    5. How will businesses respond to the industrialization of internet crime? What happens when there is a Zero-Day exploit?
    6. Cybersecurity insurance. Will standard insurance rules and regulations apply, or will new policy language be drafted for such coverage? For more information on Cordery Compliance, go their website 
    here. Also check out the GDPR Navigator, one of the top resources for GDPR Compliance by clicking here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/27fd5d8c-d617-11e8-a728-533c66bc2ca3/episodes/1eb993b2-4831-11e9-a396-077938cb25fe/stripped_e4127a503de1171623f4e087395d96e9.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3097287474.mp3 [size] => 66634186 [duration] => 1665.85 [uid] => ACS3097287474 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/27fd5d8c-d617-11e8-a728-533c66bc2ca3/episodes/1eb993b2-4831-11e9-a396-077938cb25fe/id3/510c8ea7e25da08cd791532224cd4d26.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 33301 [parentId] => 1eb993b2-4831-11e9-a396-077938cb25fe [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 23-Predictions for 2019 - 3_13_19, 2.49 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I visit with Jonathan Armstrong consider some...
  • Array ( [id] => 9b73d290-4afd-11e9-a066-3b5544d5cc17 [createdAt] => 2019-03-18T13:49:34.510-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-20T03:47:50.967-07:00 [title] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 115-Regulatory Capture and Regulatory Approval at the FAA [pubdate] => 2019-03-20T03:38:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 115 [subtitle] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 115-Regulatory Capture and Regulatory Approval at the FAA [summary] => Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly (the coolest guy in compliance) and I take a deep dive into the circumstances around the FAA approval process regarding the Boeing 737 MAX in the context of the crash in Ethiopia. Some of the highlights include: Ø What was the process by which the plane was approved by the FAA?Ø How did the Boeing CEO persuade President Trump to prevent the FAA from grounding the Boeing fleet during the investigation process?Ø Why did the Ethiopian government send the plane’s black box to France, rather than the US, for analysis?Ø How did the US lose the world’s leadership in aviation safety?Ø Where was Boeing’s compliance function during all of this?Ø What are the lessons for the compliance practitioner? For additional reading, see articles discussed in this podcast: 1.    In the Seattle Times, Flawed analysis, failed oversight: How Boeing, FAA certified the suspect 737 MAX flight control system, by Dominick Gates2.    In the Wall Street Journal, Prosecutors, Transportation Department Scrutinize Development of Boeing’s 737 MAXby Andrew Tangel, Andy Pasztor and Robert Wall3.     In Slate.com, Where Did Boeing Go Wrongby Jeff Wise. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/56329aa2-49bf-11e9-9536-cfb6883f8fce/stripped_bf8e522490e25cca02573e1220c352ee.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8803899511.mp3 [size] => 62711640 [duration] => 1567.79 [uid] => ACS8803899511 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/56329aa2-49bf-11e9-9536-cfb6883f8fce/id3/52a1b4fad1e4d04ebfe7872f8bdd791b.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 54097 [parentId] => 56329aa2-49bf-11e9-9536-cfb6883f8fce [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 115.Regulatory Capture - 3_20_19, 5.38 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
  • Array ( [id] => 5a496a40-4a81-11e9-872a-8fd61d43e8db [createdAt] => 2019-03-19T12:57:35.185-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-19T12:58:24.108-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 20, 2019-the Risky Business edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-19T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: March 20, 2019-the Risky Business edition [summary] => MARCH 20, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Cambridge Analytica cover up? (The Daily Beast) ·      SEC ‘stunned’ Musk violated court order. (Bloomberg)·      Japanese Olympic Committee head resigns amid bribery scandal. (Fox Sports)·       It’s risky business to loan money to Donald Trump. (New York Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/3d59ea90-4a81-11e9-992e-27245907eaa9/stripped_ede123d0f05a96dd02b84a579216dcdf.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4366213675.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4366213675 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/3d59ea90-4a81-11e9-992e-27245907eaa9/id3/1483c3eb743b2ae383bdd4625bac5876.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71017 [parentId] => 3d59ea90-4a81-11e9-992e-27245907eaa9 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 20 - 3_19_19, 2.51 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 20, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Of money laundering and cars in Ireland. (Irish Mirror)·      Warner Brothers head to step down due to an inappropriate relationship. (Wall Street Journal) ·      Feds open criminal investigation into Boeing regulatory approval of 737Max. (Wall Street Journal)·       FDIC settles with PwC. (MarketWatch) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/48380772-49c2-11e9-80b9-172ba32efb4d/stripped_01d9ab972b40758425cceba9a19d1973.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5355152566.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS5355152566 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/48380772-49c2-11e9-80b9-172ba32efb4d/id3/674102f4d740e27109ea8ba1ba01b61d.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71017 [parentId] => 48380772-49c2-11e9-80b9-172ba32efb4d [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 19 - 3_18_19, 4.08 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 19, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => af6dd1ee-4e8e-11e9-b2a4-e3372eee1142 [createdAt] => 2019-03-18T10:13:35.071-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T19:43:54.961-04:00 [title] => Freud and Fraud [pubdate] => 2019-03-18T10:12:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => [summary] => On this episode, we’re putting Freud to fraud and getting inside the minds of crooks. Today’s white collar criminals have decades of technological evolution at their fingertips, creating new opportunities for fraudsters to inflict crippling loss to organizations. Which means it’s time to update and expand the elements of the traditional Fraud Triangle, to account for this new and vastly different world.
    The Fraud Pentagon
    Donald Cressey created the original concept of the Fraud Triangle way back in the 1950s to explain why someone might decide to commit fraud. The three original elements of the triangle are Pressure, Opportunity, and Rationalization, but we need to be gravitating more toward the advanced meta-model of fraud which also considers the act of concealment strategy and the conversion piece.
    This introduces two new elements to the Fraud Triangle, expanding it into the Fraud Pentagon:
    Arrogance, especially unchecked arrogance, enables individuals to see themselves as superior or entitled to the point where policies and laws simply do not apply to them.


    Competence contributes in two ways: a greater understanding of procedures expands on the Fraud Triangle’s Opportunity element, but it also enables them to create a wall of trust that shields them from suspicion.
    Get inside the mind of a fraudster
    Let’s take a look at Sam Antar, the CFO of Crazy Eddie.
    For Antar, arrogance was not only the foundation on which Crazy Eddie was built, it was the soil on which the seeds of fraud were planted. Most people aren’t willing to start a public company for the main purpose of defrauding the public, and as far as this fraudster goes, it takes a real amount of arrogance to do that.
    His actions also perfectly represent the two ways a fraudster can use competence to steal. He knew the business of accounting and how to socially control the situation to Crazy Eddie’s advantage. He was a nice guy. He knew he had to get people to like him, trust him, and respect him to lower their levels of skepticism. If you’re nice to people, they’ll be nice to you — like looking away or not asking the tough questions.
    What you can do
    By utilizing all five elements, you’re going to be more able to identify potential risks beyond legitimate individuals who simply have arrogance and competence as part of their persona.
    First, start with a hands-on cultural assessment to determine the ethical pulse of your organization. Next, make it known to your board and ethics team that you have zero fraud tolerance within the organization, including at the top. Finally, make periodic checks to monitor the pressure points and values that affect individual behaviors.
    Final thoughts
    We need to pay more attention to the human element of fraud. In doing so, we’ll understand fraud a lot better and be able to build more effective controls. 

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  • On this episode, we’re putting Freud to fraud and getting...
  • Array ( [id] => 7b53fc9e-4e8e-11e9-b4ba-339cea3682ae [createdAt] => 2019-03-18T10:08:19.348-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T19:42:27.395-04:00 [title] => Incorporating Time into Art [pubdate] => 2019-03-18T10:06:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => [summary] => On this episode of the Modern Medium Podcast, we’re talking about a medium not often thought about in the art field: time. How can we incorporate this into art, and what might that look like?
    Time-based art
    Time-based art can contain anything. It can be oral or visual — whatever you can incorporate into a specific amount of time. Movies, for example, are time-based, as you experience it for an hour and a half or two hours.
    The influence of time
    The thing that Paris likes most about time is how it can be ritualistic. You can get time anywhere: over the course of a day or a year, or as in an art exhibition where two people live their daily lives for nine months physically attached to each other.
    On top of that, time brings to mind how things are going to change: some things are not necessarily always going to end the way they began. It’s easy to fall into our own ritual; we don’t believe time is going to change us, but 40 or 50 years later, we’re asking ourselves how we got here because this isn’t where we began.
    Some examples of time-based art
    In photography, artists have done the thing where they take a photo of themselves 365 days a year and you end up with a wall of prints of how you’ve changed within that time.


    Paris’s personal project is on feelings and emotions. Every day this term, she’s been writing a definitive statement about the way that she is; an “I am _____” statement. It’s her way of coming back to herself and becoming more grounded and fully understanding where she’s at. At the end of the term, she will stitch each statement together, creating a compiled sense of who she was and is.


    In terms of graphic design, what we think of on our computer and phone screens as permanent really aren’t. That in itself is a sort of time-based art. We don’t know how long we’ll have these things because they’re not tangible.


    Our social media platforms are ways to share our own time-based art, because you’re getting this very selective, very narrow snapshot of what someone is experiencing at that specific time.
    Thinking about time
    Pick a sense, and spend 24 hours being fully aware of it. For example, what are the sounds that you experience when you go to class? As you go home? Or commute to work? Just begin to acknowledge the way you’re moving through time, because it’s easy not to think about. 
    Documentation is also critical: it’s easy to experience and acknowledge these things, but how are you going to see how they’ve changed over time if you don’t document it? 


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  • On this episode of the Modern Medium Podcast, we’re talking...
  • Array ( [id] => 1b9b213a-4829-11e9-ae7f-eb340c4e79ad [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T15:21:40.532-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T15:21:52.595-05:00 [title] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part IV – the Individual Indictments [pubdate] => 2019-03-18T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/1b9b213a-4829-11e9-ae7f-eb340c4e79ad/image/uploads_2F1552767396004-rv9f2kr0xv-80c569d4d2c0ece8cde6683863ae225e_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 4 [subtitle] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part IV – the Individual Indictments [summary] =>
    We are on Episode IV of a five-part exploration of the recent the Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission resolution of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action against the Russian telecom company, Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (MTS). In this episode,  I look at the individual indictments, which charged Gulnara Karimova, daughter of the former President of Uzbekistan, with one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and Bekhzod Akhmedov, a former MTS executive based in Uzbekistan with FCPA violations of one count of conspiracy to violate the FCPA, two counts of violating the FCPA, and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

    The indictment discussed the three companies who paid bribes to Karimova, who then laundered the money on the international stage. They were VimpelCom Ltd. (now VEON Ltd.), Telia Company AB (formerly TeliaSonera AB) (Telia) and MTS. The schemes Karimova used were so similar as to be almost identical. The only thing that changed was the name of the company she was shaking down money from in her march towards receiving over $1 billion in ill-gotten payments. 

    The documents which are the subject of this series are:
    1. MTS Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA);
    2. MTS Criminal Information (MTS Information);
    3. SEC Cease and Desist Order (Order);
    4. Karimova and Akhmedov Indictment (Indictment);
    5. Kolorit Dizayn Ink LLC Plea Agreement (Plea Agreement); and
    6. Kolorit Dizayn Ink Information (Kolorit Information);
    7. DOJ Press Release and
    8. SEC Press Release.
    For additional reading see the blog post, "MTS FCPA Settlement and Karimova Indictment: Part IV – the Individual Indictments" [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/1b9b213a-4829-11e9-ae7f-eb340c4e79ad/stripped_c87fd9e4ff3f8432305fadcefb4dc912.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3728506382.mp3 [size] => 22527999 [duration] => 563.2 [uid] => ACS3728506382 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/1b9b213a-4829-11e9-ae7f-eb340c4e79ad/id3/30da32f04e6bf22e63453c8b6604e39e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71235 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 4-Individual Indictments - 3_16_19, 2.11 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • We are on Episode IV of a five-part exploration of...
  • Array ( [id] => 277eb1ce-483d-11e9-af10-5fc0e20ba672 [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T15:45:10.417-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T15:45:29.191-07:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 422, Vera Cherepanova [pubdate] => 2019-03-17T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/277eb1ce-483d-11e9-af10-5fc0e20ba672/image/uploads_2F1552776168060-ej54m4mahqu-2e3cf2be01c8d858f0db517d49590447_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 422 [subtitle] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 422, Vera Cherepanova [summary] => In this episode I visit with Vera Cherepanova author of the book, “Compliance Program of an Organisation”. We visit about her recent article on the FCPA Blog and its implication. Some of the highlights from the podcast include: 1.     Cherepanova’s unique professional background. 2.     What led to her to pen the recent article in the FCPA Blog, “Who's to blame? The bad apple or the barrel?”3.     What are the differences in the ‘situation perspective’ and the ‘personality perspective’?4.     How do group dynamics inform corporate decision making?5.     How can a compliance program be designed to prevent nefarious group think which might lead to bribery and corruption?6.     Why is the myth of the rogue employee just that, a myth? Resources: FCPA Blog post “Who's to blame? The bad apple or the barrel?Studio Etica websiteLinkedIn Profile [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/277eb1ce-483d-11e9-af10-5fc0e20ba672/stripped_3d7abab5423909445caf64575b0746d3.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8919343942.mp3 [size] => 50466480 [duration] => 1261.66 [uid] => ACS8919343942 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/277eb1ce-483d-11e9-af10-5fc0e20ba672/id3/9fa5a9f31f06238a0c97a1b1ee1db05f.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68479 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 422.Vera Cherepanova - 3_16_19, 5.38 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Vera Cherepanova author of...
  • Array ( [id] => 8a42ebf2-4907-11e9-802e-67f1d6a1c7ad [createdAt] => 2019-03-17T15:49:46.498-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-17T15:53:54.798-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 18, 2019-the selection Monday edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-17T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Daily Compliance News: March 18, 2019-the selection Monday edition [summary] => MARCH 18, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Bribery and tax breaks, only in America? (Washington Post) ·      When you snow plough what does it teach? (New York Times) ·      Victoria Beckham lunches with the FT. (Financial Times)·       Why are mid-sized companies such cyber-security risks? (Houston Chronicle) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f6775a16-4906-11e9-a20c-0fa4f7b71c30/stripped_79c459671056ff458c2b2d58ae95020a.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3597207442.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS3597207442 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f6775a16-4906-11e9-a20c-0fa4f7b71c30/id3/9f3f6af39f8295377a92fafeec0d1b52.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70885 [parentId] => f6775a16-4906-11e9-a20c-0fa4f7b71c30 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 18 - 3_17_19, 5.47 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 18, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 3fad51c2-481c-11e9-8476-4f4a8902cf29 [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T13:49:37.594-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T14:30:33.121-05:00 [title] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part II-the Bribery Schemes [pubdate] => 2019-03-18T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/3fad51c2-481c-11e9-8476-4f4a8902cf29/image/uploads_2F1552762248968-xwryof3n6j-918f40733f4dc231185a9eb774258bad_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part II-the Bribery Schemes [summary] => In a stunning resolution to one of the longest running bribery, corruption and money-laundering sagas on the international stage, the Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission both announced settlement of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action against the Russian telecom company, Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (MTS). This podcast continues a five-part series will examine the background facts of the case, provide a detailed review of the bribery schemes involved, the compliance failures of MTS and its actions during the investigation which contributed to the size of the penalty, the individual criminal prosecutions brought by the Department of Justice as a part of this action and the key lessons learned by the compliance practitioner. In this Part 2, I consider the bribery schemes used by MTS to pay the bribes and Karimova to receive the bribe payments.

    The documents which are the subject of this series are:
    1. MTS Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA);
    2. MTS Criminal Information (MTS Information);
    3. SEC Cease and Desist Order (Order);
    4. Karimova and Akhmedov Indictment (Indictment);
    5. Kolorit Dizayn Ink LLC Plea Agreement (Plea Agreement); and
    6. Kolorit Dizayn Ink Information (Kolorit Information);
    7. DOJ Press Release and
    8. SEC Press Release.For additional reading see the blog post, "
    MTS FCPA Settlement and Karimova Indictment: Part II - The Bribery Schemes"



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  • In a stunning resolution to one of the longest running...
  • Array ( [id] => 5934234c-482a-11e9-9470-43222bb57d74 [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T15:30:33.379-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T15:30:46.550-05:00 [title] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part V – Lessons Learned [pubdate] => 2019-03-18T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/5934234c-482a-11e9-9470-43222bb57d74/image/uploads_2F1552768102934-0kpc5g2smpxr-a5c3c8d2dd915e4aed9c6820d3a78624_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => bonus [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 5 [subtitle] => MTS Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enforcement Action: Part V – Lessons Learned [summary] => We are on Episode V of a five-part exploration of the recent the Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission resolution of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action against the Russian telecom company, MTS. In this episode,  I conclude with the lessons learned for the compliance professional. Today we focus on four key lessons: (1) due diligence, (2) business justification, (3) business valuation and (4) the long road of bribery. 

    The documents which are the subject of this series are:
    1. MTS Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA);
    2. MTS Criminal Information (MTS Information);
    3. SEC Cease and Desist Order (Order);
    4. Karimova and Akhmedov Indictment (Indictment);
    5. Kolorit Dizayn Ink LLC Plea Agreement (Plea Agreement); and
    6. Kolorit Dizayn Ink Information (Kolorit Information);
    7. DOJ Press Release and
    8. SEC Press Release.
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  • We are on Episode V of a five-part exploration of...
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    The enforcement action was the third involving the same individual from the same country. That individual was Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of the former President of Uzbekistan. If that name sounds familiar to compliance professionals it is because she was also involved in the receipt of bribes paid in two other Top 10 FCPA enforcement actions; VimpelCom (now VEON Ltd.) and Telia Company AB. Contemporaneously with FCPA enforcement action involving MTS, there was a criminal indictment filed against Karimova and Bekhzod Akhmedov, a former MTS executive based in Uzbekistan. Akhmedov was charged with violating the FCPA for paying bribes to or for the benefit of Karimova and Karimova was charged she with laundering the money received as bribes.

    The documents which are the subject of this series are:
    1. MTS Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA);
    2. MTS Criminal Information (MTS Information);
    3. SEC Cease and Desist Order (Order);
    4. Karimova and Akhmedov Indictment (Indictment);
    5. Kolorit Dizayn Ink LLC Plea Agreement (Plea Agreement); and
    6. Kolorit Dizayn Ink Information (Kolorit Information);  
    7. DOJ Press Release and
    8. SEC Press Release.
    9. For additional reading see the blog post, "MTS FCPA Settlement and Karimova Indictment: Part I-Introduction".


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  • In a stunning resolution to one of the longest running...
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    The schemes involved: 

    a. Purchase of entities controlled by or through Karimova;
    b. Purchase of telecom licenses at inflated prices; and 
    c. Fraudulent charitable donations. 

    The documents which are the subject of this series are:
    1. MTS Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA);
    2. MTS Criminal Information (MTS Information);
    3. SEC Cease and Desist Order (Order);
    4. Karimova and Akhmedov Indictment (Indictment);
    5. Kolorit Dizayn Ink LLC Plea Agreement (Plea Agreement); and
    6. Kolorit Dizayn Ink Information (Kolorit Information);
    7. DOJ Press Release and
    8. SEC Press Release.
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  • In a stunning resolution to one of the longest running...
  • Array ( [id] => 2b01e6bc-4811-11e9-b54d-df75a8729d60 [createdAt] => 2019-03-16T10:26:49.575-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-16T10:30:18.626-07:00 [title] => Popcorn and Compliance: Captain Marvel [pubdate] => 2019-03-16T10:22:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => Popcorn and Compliance: Captain Marvel [summary] => In this podcast series, recovering screenwriter (and Mr. Monitor) Jay Rosen and myself will indulge in passion for the movies by looking at them through the lens of compliance. Jay is a contemporary movie fan and I am more of a classic movie maven so we present a well-rounded view of the movie fandom. If you want to indulge in your love for the movies with two guys who are passionate about Hollywood and get some ideas for your compliance program, this is the podcast series for you.For this week’s offering, today we look at the Marvel-universe hero, Captain Marvel
    Some of the highlights include:

    • What is the backstory for Nick Fury and Phil Coulson?
    • How and why did internet trolls tried to sabotage the film?
    • What was the response of Rotten Tomatoes?
    • How were Eggs used to great effect?
    • The special effects and battle scenes were great.
    • Who was honored in different scenes in the movie?
    • Jay gives the movie not only a full bucket of popcorn but as second bucket as well. Tom joins with an overflow bucket of popcorn.The Compliance takeaways:
    1. Understand where you come from, know your business inside and out.
    2. Nick Fury recognized a new risk-do you have a trip system for new risks in your organization? Do you have a seat at that table?
    3. How and why did Nick Fury lose his eye? How do you assess known strategies for unknown risks?
    4. Get out of the corporate office and into the field to meet your employees.
    5. Take action, when needed to change the balance.
    6. As a CCO you may have to take a stand.
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  • In this podcast series, recovering screenwriter (and Mr. Monitor) Jay...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Will horseracing end in California? (New York Times) ·      Will NAFTA 2 get thru? Texas Senator John Cornyn says it will be tough. (Houston Chronicle)·      Even the FT says USC is the ‘University of Spoiled Children. (Financial Times)·       VW sued by SEC. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/a6995e96-47f2-11e9-8e87-4b576acce87a/stripped_1f24b6e2be396ebb25ef5dba10717f86.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS8541413077.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS8541413077 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/a6995e96-47f2-11e9-8e87-4b576acce87a/id3/31caa0b128d91d7f0343c3ba60ee3bd4.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71009 [parentId] => a6995e96-47f2-11e9-8e87-4b576acce87a [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 16 - 3_16_19, 8.47 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 16, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 5ee96ed2-4749-11e9-8c59-d38208ee5035 [createdAt] => 2019-03-14T19:58:04.130-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-15T13:40:06.503-04:00 [title] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 146 – Ides of March (formerly St. Patty’s Day) edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-15T13:21:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 146 [subtitle] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 146 – Ides of March (formerly St. Patty’s Day) edition [summary] => On this Ides of March with the St. Patrick’s Day weekend is upon, and we are all Irish at least for a day, Tom and Jay are joined by our favorite Irishman (and the Coolest Guy in Compliance), Matt Kelly to take a look at some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their collective eyes this week. 
    1.    Massive corruption scandal rocks college admissions across the country.  2.    FARA, FARA, FARA. 3.    Former KPMG national practice leader convicted in PCAOB scandal. 4.    Will the US finally clamp down on shell companies? Matthew Stephenson is cautiously optimistic. General David Petraeus and Sheldon Whitehouse explain why it’s a national security issue. 5.    Head coaches behaving badly as LSU head basketball coach suspended indefinitely in NCAA recruiting scandal. 6.    DOJ quietly modifies Corporate FCPA Enforcement Policy.  7.    Did Oracle violate the FCPA? 8.    1MDB scandal back in the news as former Goldman Sachs banker Timothy Leissner and Roger Ng banned from banking industry for life. David Simpson reports. Also-did Jho Low contribute to Trump campaign? Tom Wright and Bradley Hope report. 9.    How can you engage a BOD on cyber risks? 10. Tom continues with fan fav podcast series this week, the Adventures in Compliance this week.Check out the following: Part 1-The Red Circle; Part 2-The Abbey Grange; Part 3- The Priory School; Part 4-The Six Napoleons; and Part 5-The Empty House.  The podcast is available on multiple sites: the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, JDSupra, Panoplyand YouTube. The Compliance Podcast Network is now also on Spotify. It is now on Corporate Compliance Insights.11. In a special guest segment, Matt Kelly reports on the highlights from Ethisphere’s Global Business Ethics Summit, which was held this past week in New York.12. Check out the latest edition of Popcorn and Compliance where Tom and Jay look at Captain Marvel. It posts Saturday, March 16 on the Compliance Podcast Network.   Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is       Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
    For more information on how an independent monitor can help improve your company’s ethics and compliance program, visit our sponsor Affiliated Monitors at www.affiliatedmonitors.com.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/019a290e-46b5-11e9-8f66-1fc194936ece/stripped_d7ae7fe69a498eff40af6122f675c2ab.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS6392658573.mp3 [size] => 115734986 [duration] => 2893.37 [uid] => ACS6392658573 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/019a290e-46b5-11e9-8f66-1fc194936ece/id3/99ed8c71023f5f87473144473dbc2695.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 97666 [parentId] => 019a290e-46b5-11e9-8f66-1fc194936ece [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 146 - 3_15_19, 12.16 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • On this Ides of March with the St. Patrick’s Day...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      No. 3 at Facebook leaves of Facebook’s new direction. (New York Times)·      Admissions scandal hits USC hard. (New York Times)·      Bill Powers, author of the Powers Report on Enron passes away. (New York Times)·       The Wrecking Crew loses another member. (New York Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/10b6949c-46b3-11e9-bad3-274298c808ea/stripped_b7ac7dc7d30c9161b1d3145ae4b31647.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3347585337.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS3347585337 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/10b6949c-46b3-11e9-bad3-274298c808ea/id3/9b266159b8d3c6d6aa68857e0545b18e.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70927 [parentId] => 10b6949c-46b3-11e9-bad3-274298c808ea [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 15 - 3_14_19, 6.36 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 15, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    1. This week, Jonathan Armstrong discusses the UK Serious Fraud Office’s conclusion of its investigation into the individuals at Rolls Royce and GSK.
    2. This week, Matt Kelly considers the continued taunting tweets from Elon Musk, the SEC’s request for a federal court to hold Musk in contempt from his prior SEC settlement over the ‘funding secured’ tweet and what all this may mean for the SEC going forward.
    3. Last week Mike Volkov used the Cohen testimony to the House Oversight Committee to explain the process of Congressional oversight, including how a company or witness is called to testify, the testimony preparation process and the testimony process.
    4. Last week, Jay Rosen talked about the DOJ focus on new industries for FCPA investigations including Major League Baseball teams and universities and colleges.The members of the Everything Compliance panelist are:
    • Jay Rosen– Jay is Vice President, Business Development Corporate Monitoring at Affiliated Monitors. Rosen can be reached at JRosen@affiliatedmonitors.com
    • Mike Volkov– One of the top FCPA commentators and practitioners around and the Chief Executive Officer of The Volkov Law Group, LLC. Volkov can be reached at mvolkov@volkovlawgroup.com.
    • Matt Kelly– Founder and CEO of Radical Compliance. Kelly can be reached at mkelly@radicalcompliance.com
    • Jonathan Armstrong– Rounding out the panel is our UK colleague, who is an experienced lawyer with Cordery in London. Armstrong can be reached at armstrong@corderycompliance.comThe host and producer (and sometime panelist) of Everything Compliance is 
    Tom Fox the Compliance Evangelist. Everything Compliance is a part of the Compliance Podcast Network.

    For additional reading see: Cordery Compliance client alert Rolls Royce Case Sends a Strong Signal


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  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. This episode...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      What is the ‘ethics premium? (Radical Compliance)·      The strippings start. (Risk & Compliance Journal) ·      60 Minutes episode leads to DPA. (MarketWatch)·       DOJ program for self-disclosure making headway. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/911f0fee-45d5-11e9-b32e-478242f876ce/stripped_7601ffd1b6b629cc3440cabbd34d5d41.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9160712808.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS9160712808 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/911f0fee-45d5-11e9-b32e-478242f876ce/id3/0a584d6ae3de7623b539d11ced778867.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70961 [parentId] => 911f0fee-45d5-11e9-b32e-478242f876ce [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 14 - 3_13_19, 4.15 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 14, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Ex-Olympus boss wins pension suit. (Financial Times)·      Feds bring massive college admission scam action. (Washington Post) ·      The OECD is watching. (Calgary Herald)·       Former KPMG partners convicted in PCAOB scandal. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f32ae756-44fb-11e9-b55e-1f7d3e09a9fd/stripped_894f1286e27752b8a65ee528af7fd458.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5080271144.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS5080271144 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/f32ae756-44fb-11e9-b55e-1f7d3e09a9fd/id3/f73b171d00ed1e215885764d51045aba.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 71181 [parentId] => f32ae756-44fb-11e9-b55e-1f7d3e09a9fd [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 13 - 3_12_19, 2.06 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 13, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 627be0ee-44e1-11e9-a0b3-c302e1964a92 [createdAt] => 2019-03-12T11:06:46.490-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-12T11:10:42.516-05:00 [title] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 114-Lessons on Internal Control Overrides [pubdate] => 2019-03-13T00:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 114 [subtitle] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 114-Lessons on Internal Control Overrides [summary] => Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly (the coolest guy in compliance) and I take a deep dive into the recent Bankrate DOJ enforcement action in which the company garnered a NPA and for which it paid a total penalty of $28.5 million. We feature a discussion of internal control overrides. Some of the highlights include: Ø What are the background facts of the matter?Ø Why should you never name a slush fund “Ed’s Cushion?Ø What is the difference between management over-ride of internal controls and abuse of management control override?Ø Why is robust accounting required when there is a single source of data?Ø What is the straight line from internal controls and accounting to the Board and the audit committee?Ø Where was the Audit Committee? For additional reading see Matt’s blog post Bankrate pays $28.5 million in fraud caseon Radical Compliance. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/d5fe3f4a-44e0-11e9-8daa-7745d4065341/stripped_e027ca806005b260505e28532cf83968.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9317944564.mp3 [size] => 49931493 [duration] => 1248.29 [uid] => ACS9317944564 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/d5fe3f4a-44e0-11e9-8daa-7745d4065341/id3/dfaeb823e533cbcb6b50dcfba7c9a2e4.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 52689 [parentId] => d5fe3f4a-44e0-11e9-8daa-7745d4065341 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 114.Bankrate - 3_12_19, 10.41 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Did Oracle violate the FCPA? (Tech Central)·      General David Petraeus calls for the end of shell companies. (Washington Post)·      Jay Clayton says prepare for market turmoil if there’s a hard Brexit. (MarketWatch)·       What is a ‘loonshot’? (Financial Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/a190cf10-4455-11e9-8ca1-637779669d05/stripped_2705defa0b12fea86fe718b64443d6a3.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2439595507.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS2439595507 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/a190cf10-4455-11e9-8ca1-637779669d05/id3/d92b91b3acbb02b8c0b6b4bf4aa51af5.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70795 [parentId] => a190cf10-4455-11e9-8ca1-637779669d05 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 12 - 3_12_19, 6.39 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 12, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 708c4372-4414-11e9-9555-772911378ac6 [createdAt] => 2019-03-11T11:41:54.827-04:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-11T11:43:39.307-04:00 [title] => Adventures in Compliance –Episode IV: The Six Napoleons [pubdate] => 2019-03-11T11:32:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 4 [subtitle] => Adventures in Compliance –Episode IV: The Six Napoleons [summary] => In this episode, I consider the theme of mentoring in compliance.   In the story The Adventure of the Six Napoleons, Inspector Lestrade says to Holmes, “Well,” said Lestrade, “I’ve seen you handle a good many cases, Mr. Holmes, but I don’t know that I ever knew a more workmanlike one than that. We’re not jealous of you at Scotland Yard. No sir, we are very proud of you, and if you come down to-morrow, there’s not a man [...] who wouldn’t be glad to shake your hand.” This comment provides insights into how Holmes is viewed by other law enforcement officers; Holmes is a sort of living legend and the other officers respect his skills. The matter involved the theft of jewelry as Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard brings Holmes a seemingly trivial problem about a man who shatters plaster busts of Napoleon. One was shattered in Morse Hudson’s shop, and two others, sold by Hudson to a Dr. Barnicot, were smashed after the doctor’s house and branch office had been burgled. Nothing else was taken in any of the break-ins. It turns out that the thief had stolen several pieces of jewelry and then hid them in the Napoleonic busts. The thief, having been released from prison on an unrelated offense, was tracking down the busts in which he had placed the jewels for hiding, breaking them open and reclaiming his purloined property.  What are some of the ways that you might mentor a younger or less senior compliance professional? I think there are several ways suggested by Conan Doyle as epitomized by the statement by Lestrade and his relationship with Holmes and Watson.
    1. Passion- CCOs and seasoned compliance professionals tend to be passionate about compliance even if (like myself) they have a legal background and came to compliance from a corporate legal department. You should work to transmit that passion to others you are mentoring.
    2. Developing Networks-Introduce your mentees to others in your organization, so that they can be exposed to different leadership styles and see how such leadership styles work in various areas and with different constituencies.
    3. Develop Purpose-This can be aided through reflection, introspection and ability to change as a leader. Moreover, rather than influencing others through individual speeches or stories, the everyday connections between a compliance professional’s sense of purpose and the compliance vision can work to form an indelible impression about the importance of compliance to an organization.  
    4. Next Generation of Compliance Professionals-it is equally important that you communicate that to your mentee as it is certainly important that each generation of compliance leaders be fit for the future and be committed to continuous improvement going forward.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/327a97aa-4414-11e9-9136-93744bf36d66/stripped_5b382f780ffe72ce982c374b29292a88.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS5130772335.mp3 [size] => 6101995 [duration] => 508.5 [uid] => ACS5130772335 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/327a97aa-4414-11e9-9136-93744bf36d66/id3/0653a2f3f800e777cb5cd8359fe45463.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 38185 [parentId] => 327a97aa-4414-11e9-9136-93744bf36d66 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 4-the Six Napoleans - 3_11_19, 10.26 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode, I consider the theme of mentoring in...
  • Array ( [id] => 0a4449f6-4384-11e9-b982-4fa78ce2edbe [createdAt] => 2019-03-10T15:28:47.504-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-10T15:30:00.128-07:00 [title] => Daily Compliance News: March 11, 2019-the Wells Fargo edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-10T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => March 11, 2019-the Wells Fargo edition [summary] => MARCH 11, 2019 BY TOM FOX

    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Wells Fargo and terrible corporate culture. (New York Times) ·      Martin Shekreli continues to run company (from prison). (Washington Post)·      LSU suspends BB coach indefinitely. (Sports Illustrated)·       Leadership Lessons from Sandra Day O’Conner. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/df266164-4383-11e9-a060-2f7ed4454043/stripped_9769c380432e54ddece779855afcdac5.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3334392795.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS3334392795 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/df266164-4383-11e9-a060-2f7ed4454043/id3/1c77e2f57a3e6924ec1f7ed93c552ffe.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70993 [parentId] => df266164-4383-11e9-a060-2f7ed4454043 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 11 - 3_10_19, 5.14 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 11, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 00840830-41f3-11e9-ac71-b38240ddae0e [createdAt] => 2019-03-08T09:52:31.873-08:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-08T14:39:15.416-08:00 [title] => Adventures in Compliance: Episode I: The Red Circle and Communication [pubdate] => 2019-03-10T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => Episode I: The Red Circle and Communication [summary] => This week I return to one my favorite themes for every Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), compliance professional and compliance program: Sherlock Holmes. Over the next five days, I will be considering themes from the short stories to illustrate broader application to components of a best practices compliance program. I have used three primary resources in putting together this series: Maria Konnikova’s Mastermind(Konnikova); the online site shmoop.comand its blog post, The Return of Sherlock Holmes(shmoop); and finally the most seminal print work on the entire Holmes canon, the three-volume The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes(Klinger) edited with notes by Leslie S. Klinger. IN this episode, I consider the Adventure of the Red Circle and how it informs communication in a best practices compliance program.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/f27aad98-41ca-11e9-9523-672058725751/stripped_c6ca139ece483b261e27a853901d40e8.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3626322057.mp3 [size] => 6205440 [duration] => 517.12 [uid] => ACS3626322057 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/f27aad98-41ca-11e9-9523-672058725751/id3/e8144d2b70c713475fe418552992cb50.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 34775 [parentId] => f27aad98-41ca-11e9-9523-672058725751 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => The Red Circle- 3_8_19, 11.45 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • This week I return to one my favorite themes for...
  • Array ( [id] => 5902b3d4-41f4-11e9-9ea3-4fe5d7e3bea6 [createdAt] => 2019-03-08T17:45:55.561-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-08T17:48:53.423-05:00 [title] => Adventures in Compliance: Episode III: The Priory School [pubdate] => 2019-03-11T01:00:00.000-04:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 3 [subtitle] => Episode III: The Priory School [summary] => Today, I consider the Adventure of the Priory School.  In the story The Adventure of the Priory School, Watson meets a character, Reuben Hayes, who  believes to be the most “self-evident villain” he has ever seen. The tale revolves around the disappearance of a Duke’s son who is kidnapped by the Duke’s illegitimate son, James Wilder, who has in turn hired that most evil person Hayes to kidnap the lad. In pulling off the crime, Hayes had killed the lad’s tutor, one Heidegger, who had gone off in search of the boy. Holmes resolves the matter, while Hayes swings for his crime, the illegitimate son, Wilder is packed off to Australia. This story informs criminality and compliance.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/ef194190-41f3-11e9-b2c7-cbeafae37442/stripped_e770bd9d5b7df1b4d24acb1272655de9.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9725961677.mp3 [size] => 6101995 [duration] => 508.5 [uid] => ACS9725961677 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/ef194190-41f3-11e9-b2c7-cbeafae37442/id3/59c0522fbd2df7eae6de4a489c4926c5.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 33969 [parentId] => ef194190-41f3-11e9-b2c7-cbeafae37442 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => The Priory School.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Today, I consider the Adventure of the Priory School.  In...
  • Array ( [id] => f1305f0a-41f2-11e9-a7e2-5f4dd24390cd [createdAt] => 2019-03-08T14:31:28.110-08:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-08T14:38:49.912-08:00 [title] => Adventures in Compliance: Episode II-The Abbey Grange [pubdate] => 2019-03-10T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 2 [subtitle] => Episode II-The Abbey Grange [summary] => Today, I consider The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.  In the story The Adventure of the Abbey Grange, Holmes feels something is just not right about the story told by Lady Mary Brackenstall regarding the death of her step-father Sir Eustace Brackenstall. Holmes’ largest concern turns on the contents of three wine glasses, one of which contains beeswing and the other two do not. It turns out that Sir Eustace was killed by a companion of Lady Mary, which Holmes uncovers. However, Holmes has an adaptability for justice when the situation demands it, stating, “Once or twice in my career I feel that I have done more harm by my discovery of the criminal than ever he had done by his crime.” Satisfied the actions of the criminal and his accomplice (Lady Mary) were both warranted and just; Holmes does not report his findings to the local police. Klinger dryly noted, “his sympathies may have overridden his judgement: Many scholars believe that Holmes lets himself be fooled by a villainess clever than he credited.” [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/ea0eab24-41f1-11e9-8a1f-cb9101e431bb/stripped_8e90d7d51683ff1a201a6987e4c87bad.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3445093752.mp3 [size] => 6101995 [duration] => 508.5 [uid] => ACS3445093752 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/2d448d28-4049-11e9-8d14-db1e56d6aa8d/episodes/ea0eab24-41f1-11e9-8a1f-cb9101e431bb/id3/54973752079d0400fca6e753c46c7084.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 34605 [parentId] => ea0eab24-41f1-11e9-8a1f-cb9101e431bb [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => The Abbey Grange .mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Today, I consider The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.  In...
  • Array ( [id] => a2962c48-42a2-11e9-8fb5-6b3d3536d467 [createdAt] => 2019-03-09T11:36:29.125-08:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-09T11:36:40.624-08:00 [title] => FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 421, Andrew Beato [pubdate] => 2019-03-10T22:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/a2962c48-42a2-11e9-8fb5-6b3d3536d467/image/uploads_2F1552160153079-wc96b64dkyb-ae55a1128dd34a74b9976753476e3466_2FFCPA%2BCompliance%2BReport.jpg?ixlib=rails-2.1.2 [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 421 [subtitle] => Episode 421, Andrew Beato [summary] => In this episode I visit with Andrew Beato from the law firm of Stein Mitchell Beato & Missner LLP. We discuss the firm’s recent Federal Claims Act settlement with Walgreen on behalf of firm client  Marc Baker. Walgreens agreed to pay $60 million to settle allegations that it knowingly overcharged government healthcare plans such as Medicaid for prescription drugs. With this settlement, Walgreens resolved allegations that the company defrauded the U.S. government and 39 states by submitting false and inflated prices for prescription drugs to increase its government reimbursements. The settlement is one of the largest of its kind against a retail pharmacy under the qui tam whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act. Some of the highlights of the podcast include: ·     The practice at Stein Mitchell Beato & Missner LLP;·     What are qui tamwhistleblower protection under the FCA;·     The allegations and resolution of the lawsuit against Walgreens.·      Why are qui tam actions to powerful? ·     How do qui tam actions benefit the individual, the government and society as a whole?·     How whistleblowers in such actions are in a private-public partnership to prevent government fraud, waste and abuse? [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/a2962c48-42a2-11e9-8fb5-6b3d3536d467/stripped_8ae683a0dcacc001e07eb281e94d9c22.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS9499786359.mp3 [size] => 14586671 [duration] => 1215.56 [uid] => ACS9499786359 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967/episodes/a2962c48-42a2-11e9-8fb5-6b3d3536d467/id3/3e349480cd35a6858b2b5149ca0746dd.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 68565 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => 421.Andrew Beato - 3_3_19, 1.59 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • In this episode I visit with Andrew Beato from the...
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  • In this special bonus podcast, I am joined by Mike...
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  • In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Erica Salmon...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      A COI at the top is bad. (Financial Times)·      There are more $100 bills than $1 bills. What does that mean for compliance? (Financial Times) ·      Will Justin Trudeau survive? (Financial Times)·      What happens when billionaires fight? (Financial Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/837b70c0-4266-11e9-b0a1-076a88c8a944/stripped_3392478892464437dc8824649490e2d6.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS3077687821.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS3077687821 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/837b70c0-4266-11e9-b0a1-076a88c8a944/id3/527b265a8738b0fbdbcc0f0d53ff9ff5.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70205 [parentId] => 837b70c0-4266-11e9-b0a1-076a88c8a944 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 9 - 3_9_19, 6.21 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 9, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => c39b7ef2-41c1-11e9-8699-bf8165ebdbe6 [createdAt] => 2019-03-07T22:15:39.549-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-08T11:46:48.063-05:00 [title] => This Week in FCPA-Episode 145– Conferencing in America edition [pubdate] => 2019-03-08T11:38:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 145 [subtitle] => Episode 145 – Conferencing in America edition [summary] => Tom and Jay were both conferencing this week, albeit in different disciplines. Tom at Podfest Expo and Jay at the ABA White Collar Crime conference. In between they discussed some of this week’s top compliance and ethics stories which caught their collective eyes.
    1.    MTS has massive FCPA resolution. Harry Cassin breaks the story.2.    CTFT to follow DOJ lead on enforcement and SEC lead on Whistleblowers.  Dick Cassin reports.3.    Hacienda Healthcare is one of the worst corporate governance failures ever. 4.    Gulnara Karimova charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering in the whooping amount of $866MM. Harry Cassin reports. 5.    Are consumers the new regulators of global business practices? Richard Young explores. 6.    Are Boards getting sufficient information on risk? Kristin Broughton reports in the WSJ .Matt Kelly says compliance professionals can help. 7.    Is Baker MacKenzie in deep trouble over JBS bribery settlement? Former partner to be deposed over hire of Brazilian prosecutor.8.    Dutch prosecutors have told Shell the company will be criminally indicted over its role in obtain drilling rights in Nigeria. Chloe Taylor reports.9.    Jay begins a new role as a Featured Columnist on Corporate Compliance Insights. Check out CCI’s cool new look. 10. Tom returns his periodic podcast series the Opinion Release Papers, with a five-part offering this week. Check out the following: Part 1-Opinion Release 10-03 on charitable donations under the FCPA; Part 2-Opinion Release 10-02 on hiring foreign officials as agents; Part 3- Opinion Release 07-01, travel for foreign officials; Part 4-Opinion Release 07-02, travel for and entertainment of foreign officials; Part 5-Opinion Release 11-01, why should you use the process.  The podcast is available on multiple sites: the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, JDSupra, Panoplyand YouTube. The Compliance Podcast Network is now also on Spotify. It is now also on Corporate Compliance Insights. Tom Fox is the Compliance Evangelist and can be reached at tfox@tfoxlaw.com. Jay Rosen is Mr. Monitor and can be reached at jrosen@affiliatedmonitors.com.  For more information on how an independent monitor can help improve your company’s ethics and compliance program, visit our sponsor Affiliated Monitors at www.affiliatedmonitors.com.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/7317cb96-4150-11e9-9320-578e44a878f8/stripped_b77d4eeb646c0c6b512c1ec6d6908f03.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2477458957.mp3 [size] => 25928934 [duration] => 2160.74 [uid] => ACS2477458957 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 0 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/8351862a-d30d-11e8-91bc-ff4a6daa37ef/episodes/7317cb96-4150-11e9-9320-578e44a878f8/id3/ff1aa13d6bf8d8f48d4a5e9ac75b7e40.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 98406 [parentId] => 7317cb96-4150-11e9-9320-578e44a878f8 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 145 - 3_8_19, 10.33 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Tom and Jay were both conferencing this week, albeit in...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Gulnara Karimova charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering in the whooping amount of $866MM. (FCPA Blog)·      How to win friends and influence enemies? (Financial Times) ·      Facebook says it not prioritizes privacy. Do you believe it? (New York Times)·      What happens when billionaires fight? (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/4de9fb18-4147-11e9-a64b-1f47dc03aaed/stripped_a18c275eca334be4f6bbf99e704b3939.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS6466211384.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS6466211384 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/4de9fb18-4147-11e9-a64b-1f47dc03aaed/id3/01c0b09ce74826396da6a87d027c23f2.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70837 [parentId] => 4de9fb18-4147-11e9-a64b-1f47dc03aaed [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 8 - 3_7_19, 8.04 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 8, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
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  • The only Opinion Release of 2011 (11-01) may have left...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Russia based MTS settles FCPA violations for $850MM (FCPA Blog)·      CTFT to follow DOJ lead on enforcement and SEC lead on Whistleblowers. (CTFT Press Release)·      Are you still under construction? (You should be) (Wall Street Journal)·      Robert Kraft lawyers up. (New York Times) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/eda6d6ac-4076-11e9-8a93-1f07f276f6ed/stripped_492b14c045c5578277c59517afad000f.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2580213332.mp3 [size] => 3209613 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS2580213332 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/eda6d6ac-4076-11e9-8a93-1f07f276f6ed/id3/9407945a4e34c014f07001f6e94b7ab9.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70831 [parentId] => eda6d6ac-4076-11e9-8a93-1f07f276f6ed [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 7 - 3_6_19, 7.16 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 7, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 4f920420-3dfe-11e9-aeee-d31eb457581c [createdAt] => 2019-03-03T16:02:28.365-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-03T16:50:08.113-05:00 [title] => Everything Compliance-Episode 42, the Cohen Testifies edition-Part 1 [pubdate] => 2019-03-07T01:00:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 42 [subtitle] => Episode 42, the Cohen Testifies edition-Part 1 [summary] => Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. This episode is Part 1 of a special two-part episode. Today, in Episode 42 Mike Volkov and Jay Rosen sound off. Next week, in Episode 43 Jonathan Armstrong and Matt Kelly weigh in on issues that are on their collective minds. Shout outs (and no rants) follow this episode only after the commentators say their peace.   1. Mike Volkov uses the Cohen testimony to the House Oversight Committee to explain the process of Congressional oversight, including how a company or witness is called to testify, the testimony preparation process and the testimony process. Volkov then flips it around to evaluation the questioning and interrogation style of the Representatives. Volkov gives his first ‘in-anticipation’ shout out to OFAC who is coming out with its recommendations on a best practices compliance program.  2. Jay Rosen talks about the DOJ focus on new industries for FCPA investigations including Major League Baseball teams and universities and colleges. Jay shouts out to the podcast “The Dropout” which tells the tale of disgraced and fallen Theranos founder, Elizabeth Holmes.  3. Next week Jonathan Armstrong will discuss the UK Serious Fraud Office’s conclusion of its investigation into the individuals at Rolls Royce and GSK.  Jonathan shouts out  to the Dutch anti-corruption investigators and enforcers who have recently increased not only their collective vigilance but their investigations and prosecutions.   4. Next week, Matt Kelly will consider the continued taunting tweets from Elon Musk, the SEC’s request for a federal court to hold Musk in contempt from his prior SEC settlement over the ‘funding secured’ tweet and what all this may mean for the SEC going forward. Matt shouts out to Lyft and Uber who are offering list price stock to a select group of long-time employees in their respective IPO debuts.   The members of the Everything Compliance panelist are:•       Jay Rosen– Jay is Vice President, Business Development Corporate Monitoring at Affiliated Monitors. Rosen can be reached at JRosen@affiliatedmonitors.com•       Mike Volkov– One of the top FCPA commentators and practitioners around and the Chief Executive Officer of The Volkov Law Group, LLC. Volkov can be reached at mvolkov@volkovlawgroup.com.•       Matt Kelly– Founder and CEO of Radical Compliance. Kelly can be reached at mkelly@radicalcompliance.com•       Jonathan Armstrong– Rounding out the panel is our UK colleague, who is an experienced lawyer with Cordery in London. Armstrong can be reached at jonathan.armstrong@corderycompliance.com The host and producer (and sometime panelist) of Everything Compliance is Tom Fox the Compliance Evangelist. Everything Compliance is a part of the Compliance Podcast Network.  For additional reading see: David Chaikin and Kurt Wolfe’s article in Law360, entitled, “Potential New FCPA Enforcement Targets Come Into Focus”.  Check out the podcast from Jay’s shout out, The Drop Out.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/e762ea3c-d30d-11e8-91bc-f3f4945d6803/episodes/a7419764-3df7-11e9-bed0-37054de34923/stripped_d91232f120dbaa3a284917270c16aa90.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS6028607929.mp3 [size] => 35826103 [duration] => 2985.51 [uid] => ACS6028607929 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 96 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => mono [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/e762ea3c-d30d-11e8-91bc-f3f4945d6803/episodes/a7419764-3df7-11e9-bed0-37054de34923/id3/5a49107fa14134e29c32d027d494b91a.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 55098 [parentId] => a7419764-3df7-11e9-bed0-37054de34923 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 42 - 3_3_19, 2.42 PM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Welcome to the only roundtable podcast in compliance. This episode...
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    In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

    ·      Huawei sues US claiming Bill of Attainder. (Zero Hedge)·      The clown show ends. (New York Times)·      Rule 29 ruling rides into the sunset. (New York Times)·       Just in time to watch March Madness, Carlos Ghosen to be released on bail. (Wall Street Journal) [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/8053459c-3f7a-11e9-ad18-338e45ec8fa3/stripped_0f7a5f67fddfbf051f038188b637556c.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS4256412407.mp3 [size] => 10698709 [duration] => 267.47 [uid] => ACS4256412407 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/274c17c0-e107-11e8-9248-8342dc84c106/episodes/8053459c-3f7a-11e9-ad18-338e45ec8fa3/id3/fd0b494d98b14d0c744b9f020f09bb6f.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 70851 [parentId] => 8053459c-3f7a-11e9-ad18-338e45ec8fa3 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => March 6 - 3_5_19, 12.58 PM-1.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • MARCH 6, 2019 BY TOM FOXIn today’s edition of Daily...
  • Array ( [id] => 6bcfc41e-3f67-11e9-a164-6305580bc06d [createdAt] => 2019-03-05T10:54:14.055-06:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-05T10:55:03.741-06:00 [title] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 113-Corporate Governance Nightmare [pubdate] => 2019-03-06T00:00:00.000-06:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 113 [subtitle] => Compliance into the Weeds: Episode 113-Corporate Governance Nightmare [summary] => Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly (the coolest guy in compliance) and I take a deep dive into horrific corporate conduct engaged in by Hacienda Healthcare in Arizona over the past few months. Our discussion provides insights into failures at the Board oversight level, corporate governance, CEO, senior management and CCO position.  Some of the highlights include: Ø What are the background facts of the matter?Ø How could the facility allow the rape of an incapacitated patient who is in a permanent vegetative state?Ø Why did the professional investigator brought into to investigate the crime resign so noisily?Ø Why was there such a complete total and utter failure by the Board on oversight?Ø What, if any, are the potential criminal charges which might be filed?Ø Where was compliance? For additional reading see Matt’s blog post Governance Nightmare in Arizonaon Radical Compliance. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/4e60ace0-3f67-11e9-9e65-4f914230d137/stripped_5c343051fe4854f641e5d9db3414689e.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/ACS2654775532.mp3 [size] => 44402937 [duration] => 1110.07 [uid] => ACS2654775532 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 320 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 94b64056-c5b9-11e8-a148-137a19d11967 [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 1 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a954b1a-d30e-11e8-87cc-2f03e1d4419c/episodes/4e60ace0-3f67-11e9-9e65-4f914230d137/id3/29c47f4fb4a676d9ac39383eef518258.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 52755 [parentId] => 4e60ace0-3f67-11e9-9e65-4f914230d137 [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Central Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => Episode 113.Hacienda Healthcare - 3_5_19, 10.29 AM.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which...
  • Array ( [id] => a51613c8-4e8e-11e9-9d0f-cf3ea5152a45 [createdAt] => 2019-03-05T15:28:27.075-05:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T19:43:37.467-04:00 [title] => Collusion and Conflict of Interest in Compliance [pubdate] => 2019-03-05T15:28:00.000-05:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => [summary] => Corruption can take many forms, but its root causes often include a conflict of interest and possibly some type of collusion. In this episode, we’re illustrating these concepts and how they intertwine, and what you can do to proactively make sure your organization is secure.

    Where there is collusion, there may also be a conflict of interest
    While this type of fraud doesn’t necessarily involve a third party, it does involve the employee. In this case, they’re using their role as an employee, but acting outside their capacity to collude with another party for their personal benefit.
    Fraud generally involves an act of concealment, but frauds that include collusion usually occur off the books. There’s nothing to conceal as there is nothing on record. In this instance, the concealment is in not disclosing the potential conflicts of interest — which can present significant fraud risks.
    There are guidelines for this, like the ICC Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in Enterprises, that recommend close monitoring and regulation of actual or potential conflicts of interest. The guidelines have examples, a discussion on communication and training, and four dilemma scenarios that are fantastic to use as a training aid.

    Some common conflict of interest schemes
    The Purchase Scheme involves overbilling a company for goods and services by a vendor in which an employee has an undisclosed ownership or financial interest.
    The Sales Scheme involves the underselling of company goods and services by an employee to a company in which the employee maintains a hidden interest.

    Activities that can create a possible conflict of interest
    Nepotism:the practice of giving favors to relatives and close friends (e.g. by hiring them)
    Cronyism: the appointment of friends and associates to positions of authority without proper regard to their qualifications
    Self-dealing: when someone in a position of responsibility has an outside conflict of interest and acts in their own interests rather than the interest of the organization

    Code of Conduct
    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 406c requires that all US-listed companies maintain a code of conduct, and the New York Stock Exchange Corporate Governance Rules requires companies to adopt and disclose its corporate governance guidelines and code of business conduct and ethics. So if you’re a publicly traded company, your code of conduct must define conflicts of interest — a good policy, regardless.

    Final thoughts
    Conflicts of interest can be problematic if not understood and managed appropriately. They increase the risk of bias and poor judgment, and usually never end well. When it comes to fraud risk management, Compliance and Internal Audit need to understand conflicts of interest and address them accordingly. All conflicts of interest must be documented in writing and make sure there is proper monitoring in place, so that your company is proactively dealing with these issues.

    Resources
    ICC Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in Enterprises
    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 
    Sections mentioned:
    • SOX Section 302
    • SOX Section 906
    • SOX Section 404 
    • SOX Section 406
    • SOX Section 406c
    New York Stock Exchange Corporate Governance Rules
    • Check: Provision 10
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  • Corruption can take many forms, but its root causes often...
  • Array ( [id] => 6b25309a-4e8e-11e9-a1ae-4324353a599a [createdAt] => 2019-03-05T12:22:07.564-08:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-03-24T16:42:00.252-07:00 [title] => Welcome to the Modern Medium Podcast! [pubdate] => 2019-03-05T12:20:00.000-08:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => 1 [subtitle] => [summary] => Welcome to the Modern Medium Podcast! We talk about the tools, strategies, tactics, and possibilities in modern medium design. In our first episode, we’re exploring ideas: how they form, how they change, and how we might incorporate those ideas into graphic design.
    The creative process and coming up with ideas
    When you’re stuck in a creative rut, it’s difficult to know where to begin with an idea. Even when you do have an idea, it’s easy to get caught up in what you think something is supposed to be or what it’s supposed to look like. So it’s an important part of the process to learn how to let go.
    Ideas can come from anywhere. You can think of anything as a base point and go from there with it. Think about what you knew before, think about what you know now, and think about how things have changed. This doesn’t have to go anywhere tangible; you can use this as a brainstorming exercise or mind map and take off from it.
    The Willamette River
    The Willamette River was brought up in class and it was interesting for Paris to think about the things she knew about the river, the things she didn’t know, its past, and its future. She shares her train of thought from there: how the river has served generations, the way it bisects each side of the city, what it has meant to the people living in Oregon, and how things are going to change.
    It’s interesting to think about the lifetime of the river, how that can form ideas, and how those ideas will change. It’s not simply continual movement of water, but how you react to it. Paris shares the story of going down to the river, hoping to be inspired by nature, but being blocked by a barrier when she arrived. The idea that sparked was how trashed it’s been — and the group put up an art exhibition on trash the following week.
    There’s so much going on around the river every day and we can have no idea what’s happening, and to Paris, she thinks of it as a continual cycle of change. 

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