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TRACE on Common Due Diligence Challenges

1/16/2019
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Pia Vining of TRACE discusses the five most common due diligence challenges her team sees and the growing sophistication of the international community of third party intermediaries.

Duration:00:20:13

2018 FCPA Year in Review

1/9/2019
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Kara Brockmeyer, former Chief of the SEC’s FCPA Unit and now with Debevoise & Plimpton, discusses key enforcement actions, the shifting legal landscape and compliance trends from 2018, together with a few predictions for 2019.

Duration:00:29:47

The World Bank: Working with SMEs after Misconduct

1/2/2019
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Lisa Miller, Integrity Compliance Officer with the World Bank Group, describes the work her team does to help bring small-to-medium sized enterprises back into the fold after sanctions.

Duration:00:27:12

Wine Forger Extraordinaire

12/26/2018
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For today’s holiday podcast, we’re re-posting the amazing story of wine fraudster, Rudy Kurniawan, who duped so many experts with his counterfeits. Peter Hellman of the Wine Spectator tells the story in his excellent book: In Vino Duplicitas

Duration:00:37:49

Lottery Fraud

12/19/2018
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Tax evasion, money-laundering and fraud: Jeff Kelly Lowenstein describes his research--and that of colleagues--into the surprising forms of financial crime associated with lotteries. (Their research was supported by the Fund for Investigative Journalism)

Duration:00:28:32

Spotlight on Ecuador

12/17/2018
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Bruce Horowitz of TRACE Partner Firm Paz Horowitz Abogados in Quito talks about current anti-bribery challenges and enforcement trends in Ecuador.

Duration:00:20:12

Measuring Corruption

12/12/2018
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Robert Clark, Manager of Legal Research at TRACE, discusses the challenges associated with measuring something as widespread and varied as corruption and refinements to the 2018 TRACE Bribery Risk Matrix after another year of research.

Duration:00:21:34

Update: the UK Bribery Act and Enforcement Trends

12/5/2018
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Speaking at the TRACE European Forum, Michelle de Kluyver of Addleshaw Goddard provides a comprehensive and insightful update on the UKBA and recent enforcement trends in the UK.

Duration:00:35:56

Belt and Road Challenges Across Central Asia

11/28/2018
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Alexander Cooley, political science professor at Columbia University and author of Dictators Without Borders, describes the corruption climate across Central Asia.

Duration:00:22:14

Russian Troll Farms

11/21/2018
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Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro has investigated pro-Russia Internet trolls, their disinformation efforts and related financial crimes since 2014. She has continued in spite of the barrage of death and rape threats designed to silence her. Now, a recent verdict has brought some relief and vindication with sentences for three of the worst offenders for aggravated defamation and stalking.

Duration:00:34:09

Lisa Osofsky: New Director of the SFO

11/14/2018
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In her first podcast, Lisa Osofsky discusses her goals for the Serious Fraud Office and how her professional background will make her a “different kind of Director”.

Duration:00:35:51

Do We Need an International Anti-Corruption Court?

11/7/2018
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Judge Mark Wolf of Integrity Initiatives International and Matthew Stephenson of Harvard Law School debate the pros and cons of an International Anti-Corruption Court.

Duration:00:38:49

Spotlight on New Zealand

11/5/2018
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Gary Hughes of Ākarana Chambers in Auckland discusses corruption and other financial crimes in New Zealand and whether the country deserves its rankings on the various bribery indices.

Duration:00:25:54

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

10/31/2018
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Carrie Cohen of Morrison Foerster explains the regulatory and compliance implications of blockchain-enabled technology, including cryptocurrency.

Duration:00:17:54

The Abramoff Lobbying Scandal and Beyond

10/24/2018
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Nat Edmonds of Paul Hastings describes his work as a prosecutor on the Jack Abramoff corruption cases and then provides broader insight into the compliance risks and schemes he sees worldwide.

Duration:00:26:40

Spotlight on Brazil

10/22/2018
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Rafael Gomes with Petrobras discusses all that has been going on in Brazil recently on the anticorruption front, the current outlook there and the upcoming run-off election.

Duration:00:21:37

Prosperity Theology: “Spiritual Pickpockets”

10/17/2018
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Jonathan Walton, Harvard professor and ethicist, discusses prosperity theology and the role it plays in both power and poverty.

Duration:00:24:10

Spotlight on Denmark

10/15/2018
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Anders Worsøe of the Magnusson firm in Copenhagen discusses Danish attitudes toward corruption and then looks at compliance and enforcement in Denmark.

Duration:00:19:41

Fifteen Years of the UNCAC

10/10/2018
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Candice Welsch of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime describes the work, progress and goals of the UN Convention Against Corruption.

Duration:00:22:41

Spotlight on the UAE

10/8/2018
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Charles Laubach of Afridi & Angell’s Dubai office discusses the compliance and enforcement landscape there, as well as some common misperceptions and his advice for companies operating in the UAE.

Duration:00:24:41