Bill Browder, Keynote Speaker at the Launch of ACSS’ New York City Chapter, Gives an Exclusive Interview on the Future of Global Magnitsky Laws

October 29, 2020 By: Jack Walsh, Reporter, ACSS On October 13, 2020, ACSS launched the organization’s New York City Chapter with a virtual event hosted by Chapter Chair, Joseph Bognanno. The New...

Combatting Corruption Through Compliance: Part 3: Internal Controls, Training, and Audit

July 06, 2020 By: Scott Nance, Principal, Langley Compliance Consulting LLC* Detecting and preventing corruption should be an integral part of any organization’s efforts in the battle against...

Combatting Corruption Through Compliance: Part 2: The Five Steps of a Risk Assessment

June 25, 2020 By: Scott Nance, Principal, Langley Compliance Consulting LLC* Detecting and preventing corruption should be an integral part of any organization’s efforts in the battle against...

Targeting the Corrupt and Human Rights Abusers

June 22, 2020 By: Natasha Bright, Reporter, ACSS The United States Office of Foreign Assets Control administers many different programs that it uses to sanction individuals and entities, including...

Fighting Corruption with an Effective Compliance Program: Part 1: Management Commitment

May 29, 2020 By: Scott Nance, Principal, Langley Compliance Consulting LLC* Detecting and preventing corruption should be an integral part of any organization’s efforts in the battle against...

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2017 Magnitsky Act and Other Global Initiatives Underscore Vital Importance of Corruption Perception Index in Risk Assessment

2017 Magnitsky Act and Other Global Initiatives Underscore Vital Importance of Corruption Perception Index in Risk Assessment

March 12, 2018 By: Anna Sayre, Legal Content Writer SanctionsAlert.com Though the use of sanctions as an international means for deterring global corruption is not a novel concept, the consequence shave become broader than ever before and can...

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