FCPA

[PODCAST] Richard Bistrong, CEO Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, and former FCPA violator and FBI/UK cooperator

[PODCAST] Richard Bistrong, CEO Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC, and former FCPA violator and FBI/UK cooperator

Richard Bistrong writes and speaks about current front-line anti-bribery compliance and ethics issues.

In 2007, Richard was targeted by the US Department of Justice in an investigation of a UN supply contract. In that same year, as part of a plea agreement, Richard assisted the United States, Great Britain, and other governments in their understanding of how FCPA, bribery, and other export violations occurred and operated in international sales. 

Like in this podcast, Richard shares his experience on anti-corruption and ethical challenges in international business, reflecting on his experience as a former sales executive. 

[PODCAST] Michael Volkov: Ethics Makes Good Business Sense

[PODCAST] Michael Volkov: Ethics Makes Good Business Sense

Michael Volkov makes the point this this interview that ethical businesses are also more profitable. This interview was recorded before the ethical scandal at Volkswagen broke into the headlines, otherwise that would have been discussed as an example where a corporate environment that allowed unethical decision-making led to disaster.

[PODCAST] Tom Fox - Its Simple, Just not Easy

[PODCAST] Tom Fox - Its Simple, Just not Easy

On the premiere episode of the Masters of Disaster podcast, Tom Fox points out that companies usually have the controls in place that can be used to support an FCPA compliance program.