Anticorruption Developments Under the Biden Administration

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The Biden administration’s commitment to fighting anticorruption has been loud and clear. On June 3, 2021, the White House issued a memorandum that identified “countering corruption as a core United States national security interest.” The memo directs policy leaders to conduct an interagency review process and develop a strategy that would allow the Biden administration to use the full arsenal of its enforcement, financial, foreign policy, and intelligence tools to prevent and combat corruption and to make it increasingly difficult for corrupt actors to shield their activities.

- How, if at all, is the administration’s aggressive stance on corruption making an impact on the nature, frequency and scope of FCPA enforcement activity?
- What is the CFTC’s role in this new enforcement landscape?
- What are current best practices around compliance, self-reporting and managing internal and government investigations into possible FCPA violations during the second year of a global pandemic, and how has the pandemic affected discovery of FCPA misconduct through whistleblowing and self-reporting?

Join a distinguished panel of experts for a discussion on recent developments in FCPA enforcement and compliance.

Joseph A. Grundfest
William A. Franke Professor of Law and Business at Stanford Law School and former Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Steven R. Peikin
Co-Head of Sullivan & Cromwell’s Securities & Commodities Investigations & Enforcement Practice and former Co-Director of the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement

Aisling O’Shea
Co-Head of Sullivan & Cromwell’s FCPA & Anti-Corruption Group and former prosecutor in the FCPA Unit of the Fraud Section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division

Daniel Trujillo
Governance, Ethics & Compliance Expert and former Executive Vice President and Global Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer for Walmart
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