2 Enforcement Trends Increased enforcement –Penalties –Number of prosecutions/investigations Increased government resources Focus on individuals International cooperation Industry-wide probes –Technology Sector
3 FCPA Fines Imposed on Corporations $28.2 $36.3 $87.2 $155.1 $893.4 $621.9 In Millions $0 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1,000 $1,200 $1,400 $1,600 2004200520062007200820092010 $1,825.3 B Increased Enforcement
4 Increased Government Resources More government resources on the ground: –SEC now has FCPA-dedicated unit in San Francisco –FBI agents dedicated to the FCPA Whistleblower provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act Trials
5 Focus on Individuals – Latin Node CEO and Board Chairman sentenced to 46 months in prison, plus 2 years supervised release 3 rd longest FCPA prison sentence in history –87 months (#1) –57 months (#2) Improper payments to state-owned telecommunications company in Honduras
6 Focus on Individuals - Lindsey Manufacturing –CEO and CFO convicted after 6 week trial –30% commission to agents in Mexico –No "smoking gun" evidence of actual knowledge –Face jail time and fines that cannot be paid by the company
7 International Cooperation Global anti-corruption settlements –BAE Systems –Innospec Ongoing investigations –Allianz –Hewlett-Packard
8 Industry-wide Probes: Technology Sector Recent settlements by IBM, Maxwell Technologies, Comverse Technology Business model involves regular interaction with government officials Rapid expansion into emerging markets Heavy use of intermediaries
9 IBM (2011) $10 million to settle SEC charges of books and records and internal controls violations Improper cash payments to government officials in South Korea and China Giving gifts and paying travel and entertainment expenses that violated the FCPA
10 Maxwell Technologies (2011) $14 million to settle DOJ and SEC charges COO reported that the issue was known and was being dealt with while at the same time requesting that there be "[n]o more emails" about the issue SEC described Maxwell's internal controls as "wholly inadequate"
11 JGC Corporation (2011) JGC paid $220 million to settle DOJ charges – DPA – Independent compliance consultant for 2 years Agent forfeited $149 million to the DOJ, the largest individual forfeiture in FCPA history “Commissions” paid to intermediaries to secure contracts on Bonny Island in Nigeria The “Bonny Island” settlements now total $1.5 BILLION
12 Johnson & Johnson (2011) J&J subsidiaries paid public health workers in Greece, Poland and Romania to induce the purchase of J&J medical devices Paid kickbacks in Iraq to obtain Oil for Food contracts $70 million settlement with the DOJ and SEC, and entered into DPA with the DOJ
13 What does this mean for compliance? Streamline Common sense No “one size fits all” What does this mean for compliance?
14 What does this mean for compliance? Risk and Resources driven –Third parties –Biggest producers Follow the money
15 What does this mean for compliance? Ongoing feedback and monitoring –Risk Assessments –Audits –Best Practices Reviews
16 What does this mean for compliance? Tone at the Top Keep management informed Keep Board and Audit Committee informed Document everything!
17 Contact Information Bryan D. Daly (213) 617-5466 firstname.lastname@example.org Bethany Hengsbach (213) 617-4125 email@example.com