GIR’s In-House Investigator Series: Max Lerner at State Street

Max Lerner, who leads US bank State Street’s global sanctions and anti-bribery compliance efforts, tells GIR about the evolution of the sanctions compliance team, what keeps him up at night and the …

GIR Connect Paris: French enforcement under the microscope

A senior Justice Department official, a cast of high-profile private practice lawyers and in-house practitioners from Airbus, Total and Sonepar will appear at GIR Connect: Paris to discuss the French enforcement landscape.

DOJ sees decrease in corporate enforcement policy declinations

The number of companies receiving a declination under the Justice Department’s corporate enforcement policy appears to have hit a lull. The DOJ says, however, that the numbers reflect “the natural ebb and …

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GIR’s In-House Investigator Series: Max Lerner at State Street

Max Lerner, who leads US bank State Street’s global sanctions and anti-bribery compliance efforts, tells GIR about the evolution of the sanctions compliance team, what keeps him up at night and the …

When should anti-corruption compliance use machine learning?

An anti-corruption non-profit has published guidance aimed at helping companies answer that question.

Spain grants legal privilege to in-house lawyers

Spain has introduced an amendment that grants protections to in-house lawyers’ communications under legal professional privilege in certain circumstances.

Iron Mountain appoints Brown Rudnick partner as compliance chief

The information management company has turned to an experienced anti-corruption lawyer to lead its compliance team.

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