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April 2017 Quiz: Are You Up-to-Date on This Month’s Anti-Corruption News?
May 1 2017

“How closely have you been following the latest developments in the world of anti-bribery compliance? Are you up-to-date on the latest news? Take our quiz below to find out!

The Right Woman for the Job
April 20 2017

“The World Bank has long been a leader among international financial institutions in the global fight against bribery and other forms of corruption. By rigorously monitoring its projects and sanctioning those who engage in abuse, the Bank has not...

Profiles in Kleptocracy – Isabel dos Santos
April 4 2017

“Growing up, her nickname was “Princess.” She attended one of the world’s top universities and started a business empire with the help of her father, the president. Recently, her father appointed her to a key government position,...

March 2017 Quiz: Are You Up-to-Date on This Month’s Anti-Corruption News?
March 31 2017

“How closely have you been following the latest developments in the world of anti-bribery compliance? Are you up-to-date on the latest news? Take our quiz below to find out!

Compendium Roundup: March 2017
March 31 2017

“Dutch bank ING Groep N.V. disclosed investigations by Dutch and U.S. authorities regarding corruption and money laundering related to VimpelCom. Nigeria filed charges against Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Eni SpA, alleging that the companies made...

Is Meat Becoming a High Risk Industry in Latin America?
March 28 2017

“On the heels of last month’s expansion of the Odebrecht investigation to the wider community of Latin American nations, Brazil has been moving ahead to solidify its status as one of the world’s most active investigators of corruption....

Anti-Bribery Compliance: Good for business and good for society
March 21 2017

“What would make you happier? More money? Better healthcare? A reduction in corruption? The latter is not the answer that would spring to most people’s minds, but data suggests that a country with high levels of bribery risk may have lower...

Training to Recognize Trafficking
March 14 2017

“An Uber driver in Sacramento picked up two women and a 16-year-old girl and brought them to a Holiday Inn. During the ride, the women discussed how the girl would be seeing “John” and the women would get money from him. After dropping...

The 2016 GER: Keeping the “Global” in “Global Enforcement Report”
March 8 2017

“In 1977, the U.S. Congress jump started the modern-day anti-corruption movement with its passage of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Since then—and at a growing pace—other countries have joined that movement by passing their own...

Notable increase in bribery enforcement worldwide according to TRACE’s 2016 Global Enforcement Report
March 2 2017

“TRACE’s annual Global Enforcement Report (GER) provides graphic and textual analyses of all known enforcement events (including investigations as well as enforcement actions*) since the first bribery cases were prosecuted in the United States...