Polycom came to FCPA grief in China, as have many other US companies. The bribery scheme was long-running, occurring from 2006-2014. They included the creation of an off-the-books accounting and recordation system for corrupt payments made by or on behalf of Polycom China.

In the short span of the 21st Century, the world’s two top powers, the United States and China, have moved inexplicably toward a showdown. This evolved from a commercial competition into something more akin to permanent non-kinetic warfare.

Professional service firms are well versed in reacting to large-scale events, whether it’s an economic crisis, a global pandemic or regulatory changes. How firm leaders respond, manage and communicate the subsequent impact with their people and clients is critical.

On the second episode of CMO Series REPRESENTS, we continue the conversation with leading women in professional services marketing. This week, we discuss the importance of bringing your authentic self to the workplace.

How can you build a culture of trust and purpose in your organization? My guest this week, Christina Foxwell, is an expert in helping companies unleash the purpose within each employee to build a sustainable business.

Data-Driven Compliance is a podcast featuring an in-depth conversation about the uses of data and data analytics in compliance programs. In this episode, I visit Vince Walden from Kona AI to discuss data-driven compliance and new areas of risk, such as trade AML and trade sanctions.

Welcome to the Daily Compliance News. Each day, Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance, brings you compliance-related stories to start your day. Sit back, enjoy a cup of morning coffee, and listen to the Daily Compliance News. All from the Compliance Podcast Network.

In this episode of The Ethics Experts, Nick welcomes Dr. Steven Mintz, an emeritus professor from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, known as the “Ethics Sage,” for his blogs, opinion pieces, and media interviews on ethics issues.

This pair of posts focuses on ten less-obvious enforcement predictions that we think will shape the UK financial services investigations and enforcement landscape during 2023 and beyond.

On March 1, 2023, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision with important implications for parties involved in debt collections regulated under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The decision, in Bouye v.