Caldwell and Ceresney Push Companies on FCPA Compliance, Cooperation and Self-Reporting

Reinforcing familiar messages, senior government officials at the SEC and DOJ said the FCPA continues to be a priority and self-reporting and cooperation count a lot towards the mitigation of penalties.  Speaking at American Conference Institute’s recent International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell and the Director of the SEC Division of Enforcement Andrew Ceresney described the government’s focus going forward in each of their keynote speeches, including focusing on prosecuting individuals; the strengthening of the Kleptocracy Initiative; and increasing international cooperation.  The Anti-Corruption Report synthesizes their speeches here and also in this issue presents private practitioners’ takeaways from the government's "Year in Review" presentation at the conference.  See also “In Final Speech as Criminal Division Head, Mythili Raman Emphasizes DOJ’s Focus on Anti-Corruption Efforts, Highlighting Individual Convictions and Foreign Cooperation” (Apr. 2, 2014).

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