Today Ukraine Minister of Finance at Hudson, FCPA pilot program after its first year, Russia’s smaller-scale propagandists in the Baltics
Oregon passes sweeping shell company bill, Congo’s passport scheme sends millions of dollars offshore, New interactive anonymous company tool online
U.S. congressman introduced legislation to strengthen foreign bribery safeguards / Why Michael Flynn registered lobbying under LDA instead of FARA
EU extends sanctions against individuals and entities involved in Crimea annexation / New piece by Marius Laurinavičius on KI.org
Washington Post analyzes Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp” / DoJ and SEC fined General Cable for violating FCPA guidelines in several countries
House votes to kill extractives transparency rule / Romanians march against graft / Coutts fined for 1MDB role / CIA documents on Moscow apartment bombings.
How the FCPA, despite its pitfalls, continues to combat foreign corruption.
Casey Michel talks to Aaron Bornstein about how the West can use a war-chest of frozen bribery funds to help the victims of kleptocracy.
Putin ally eyes Aeroflot stake, Jinping admonishes China princelings, Ukraine investigates Naftogaz executive, and 28 Western firms cite China in FCPA probes