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Grade: C+So no improvement then?
09 March 2015
The Wall Street Journal has published an edited video of embattled former PetroTiger CEO Joseph Sigelman talking to his longtime general-counsel-turned-FBI-informant, Gregory Weisman. “We have issues, we have big issues,” said Weisman, who is secretly recording the conversation.
05 February 2015
Colombia plans to create an anti-corruption command force as part of a national transparency campaign, President Juan Manuel Santos announced on 20 January.
22 January 2015
District Judge Joseph Irenas in the New Jersey District Court has released a transcript of a conversation between former PetroTiger chief executive Joseph Sigelman and his general counsel, Gregory Weisman, who wore a wire as the two discussed an alleged scheme to bribe a Colombian official.
14 January 2015
The Colombian government has proposed a foreign anti-bribery bill that would make companies liable for transgressions, rather than just individuals, as part of its bid to join the OECD. By Rosanna Butters.
24 November 2014
The US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has placed 10 Colombian citizens and 14 companies, including Colombian football club Envigado and owner Juan Pablo Upegui Gallego, on its Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act list.
24 November 2014
Cybercrime poses an ever-increasing threat to businesses, but spending on prevention does not yet match the threat level in South America. Edgar D’Andrea of Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Brazil explains why businesses need to rethink their security strategies.
24 October 2014
Cooperation between US and Latin American law enforcers will continue to increase according to James Koukios, senior deputy chief of the fraud section in the criminal division of the US Department of Justice, who urged companies to cooperate with authorities.
22 October 2014
A judge has blocked a defendant from compelling Sidley Austin to hand over documents linked to its internal investigation of oil services company PetroTiger.
20 October 2014
Evidence from investigations around Latin America suggests that the extractive, utilities and health sectors are among those most vulnerable to corruption, says James Koukios, senior deputy chief of the fraud section in the criminal division of the US Department of Justice.
17 October 2014
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