FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog

May 2, 2014

Recent Interviews on the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report

Filed under: Uncategorized — tfoxlaw @ 11:01 am

If you are looking for something about different for your Friday viewing or listening pleasure, I would invite you to head over to my podcast site, the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report to check out some of my recent interviews. The length of each show is around 20 minutes so hopefully you can digest it in one sitting. A sampling of some of my recent episodes include:

Episode 46-Interview with Virna Di Palma, Senior Director of Global Strategy and Communications at TRACE, who talks about the recently announced TRACE scholarship program for graduate studies in anti-corruption.

Episode 49-Interview with Candace Tal, Founder and President of Infortal, who discusses a deep dive due diligence investigation and how it can be used.

Episode 50-Interview with Matt Kelly-Editor of Compliance Week, who discusses the upcoming Compliance Week 2014.

Episode 51-Interview with Tim Haidar, Editor-in-Chief of Oil & Gas IQ who talks about some of the current issues faces the energy sector with regard to Ukraine and Russia.

Episode 52-Interview with Raymond Barrett- Washington DC Bureau Chief of PaRR, who discusses bribery and corruption issues that companies face in the Middle East and North Africa.

If you are interested in listening to some of my recent solo shows you can check out the following:

Episode 47-I am Interviewed by Brian Kindle of ACFCS on lawsuits brought by the Libyan Sovereign Wealth Fund.

Episode 48-I discuss the recent Hewlett-Packard FCPA settlement.

All of the above episodes are also available for download on iTunes, under the show’s name, The FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report.

If there is a topic that you might like explored in greater detailed, send me an email and I will see if I can work it into an upcoming episode. You can reach me at tfox@tfoxlaw.

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