Topic: Enforcement policy

CGU weighs declination-style resolutions

Brazil’s civil anti-corruption enforcer is considering a new mechanism allowing companies that self-report misconduct to avoid a financial penalty.

08 February 2024

FCA demands answers from insurance companies about workplace culture issues

The UK’s financial market regulator has told companies in the insurance sector to hand over information about their handling of non-financial misconduct cases in the workplace.

07 February 2024

Cyprus plans dedicated sanctions agency by end of 2024

07 February 2024

OFAC official: review our compliance guidance “line by line”

A senior official at the US civil sanctions enforcer said companies that follow the agency’s compliance guidance meticulously are likely to stay out of its enforcement crosshairs and off its sanctions lists.

02 February 2024

Crypto and cooperation: trends in OFAC enforcement to continue in 2024

After a record-setting year, the US civil sanctions enforcer’s focus on the cryptocurrency sector and its collaboration with partner agencies looks set to continue, experts predict.

26 January 2024

Judge demands answers from SFO over Glencore charging delays

“Why should I take any more notice of what you say about timing?” the judge asked the Serious Fraud Office on Thursday, as he ordered it to outline the steps it has taken to advance its investigation into individuals connected to the Glencore probe.

18 January 2024

UK court upholds Russia sanctions on British blogger

The judge described video blogger Graham Phillips as “a Russian asset” who has decided to “help Russia fight its propaganda war”.

15 January 2024

SAP resolves foreign bribery probe in South Africa

In the absence of a DPA mechanism, South African prosecutors said they have developed a “Corporate Alternative Dispute Resolution policy directive” for resolving corporate investigations in the country.

11 January 2024

Chinese president stresses commitment to fight corruption, punish the “ants and flies”

09 January 2024

French court lays out rules for human rights, environmental compliance

Featured in Investigator's Guide to France

A court in Paris has for the first time interpreted how companies should comply with a law requiring them to implement plans to prevent human rights and environmental abuses.

19 December 2023

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