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Episode #3

In TWIFCPAVideocast, Uncategorized on May 17, 2011 by Howard@OpenAir

Here are the episode notes:

UK Bribery Act: what should your company do now, if anything.  A continuation of a dialogue from thebriberyact.com.
Lindsey manufacturing and the $297,000 Ferrari.
GlaxoSmithKline’s Lauren Stevens wins one.
Criminal forfeiture, and AML vs. FCPA (and the promised SAR Activity Review)

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3 Responses to “Episode #3”

  1. […] my colleague Howard Sklar and I recorded Episode 3 in our  This Week in the FCPA series, check out our video podcast. One of the items we discussed was the release of BSA Advisory […]

  2. I would like to hear your comments regarding the ability (or inability) to provide robust representations of data using sampling techniques available in data analytics. I believe you can get a very good picture of what is happening with small, but statistically reliable random samples from a targeted data set. That option is relatively low cost if properly structured and very robust… and proportionate. You can always drill down if you have a questionable finding. If the information system is not that robust, the organization may have problems greater than just compliance. Great series, thanks!

  3. […] my colleague Howard Sklar and I recorded Episode 3 in our  This Week in the FCPA series, check out our video podcast. One of the items we discussed was the release of BSA Advisory […]

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