November 18, 2008
THE FINANCIAL CRISIS MAY TRIGGER INCREASED FCPA SCRUTINY
In response to the current global financial crisis, large corporations and businesses, particularly financial services organizations, are seeking new investment opportunities. Some have invested heavily in sovereign wealth funds (SWF), state-owned investment vehicles pooled from a foreign nation’s economic reserves.
Yet in undertaking these new business initiatives, many may have unknowingly exposed themselves to possible FCPA scrutiny.
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Carlos F. Ortiz
Frank H. Menaker
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