One does not have to look very far in the business world to come across the phrase “Know Your Customer.” But how much more should a company do in regards to its customers?
I often marvel at some of the stories which come up in the context of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations and enforcement. If you made up some of the things which are reported, I fear that people might find you simply crazy.
In the month of April, the US enforcement agencies certainly seemed to be answering the questions about bringing FCPA criminal charges and civil complaints against individuals…
Not much beats the ancient Greek House of Atreus for dramatic gore: infanticide, patricide, fratricide, filicide, matricide, cannibalism, incest and about every other horror which can befall one family…
Q&A: Tom Fox and CCI Founder Maurice Gillbert talk about finding top talent for compliance jobs in the U.S. and around the globe — as well as the importance of educating management about having an ethical and compliant environment.
Having a robust triage system is an important way that a company can separate the wheat from the chaff and bring the right number of resources to bear on a problem.
One of the risks that require management is losses around trading. This was on painful display last week in the investigations hearings into the JP Morgan trading losses known as the “London Whale.”
What is the gold standard for scientific minds? You might not do better than Albert Einstein who was born on this date in 1879.
In making a large change, most compliance practitioners think of bringing it all to a company in one fell swoop. This is usually based on a Board of Directors or senior management directive to ‘get it done’.