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Governance in Japan: Going, going, Ghosn

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Carlos Ghosn has his own comic book, The True Story of Carlos Ghosn. It ran as a strip in the manga Big Comic Superior in Japan in 2001, before being published as a book the following year. In a country obsessed with comic books, Ghosn having his own should give you an idea of the reverence in which he is held for reviving the ailing carmaker Nissan after his arrival in 1999.

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5 takeaways from the AMLP Forum

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I recently attended the AMLP 12th Annual European AML & Financial Crime Conference in London, and there were some fascinating sessions over the course of the 2 days that addressed many of the challenges currently facing the regulatory community across Europe.

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How to use a football club to launder money

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We never stop learning because criminals don't. If you've ever wondered how to launder money through a football club, here's your opportunity to learn more.

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The 1MDB saga: three typologies that could have been recognised

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Two years ago, The Guardian called 1MDB ‘a scandal meriting the world’s attention’. Today the world is certainly paying attention – but keeping up with the daily, sometimes hourly, information related to it is a challenge not for those faint of heart.

17 insider tips for writing an ICA assignment

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You’ve signed up for an ICA qualification. You’ve met your cohort. You’ve got the assignment. Panic ensues. Relax! We're here to help.

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Brazilian Corruption Scandal

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Brazilian energy giant Petrobras has reached a non-prosecution agreement with the United States Justice Department after violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. This Prezi will explore the roots of this corruption scandal and address the consequences for Brazilian firms.

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Five minutes with the faculty: Andy Clarke

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When no two days are the same, it's little wonder that the faculty love being a part of the International Compliance Training family! This week we're chatting with Andy Clarke about his experiences of life in our faculty.

Five minutes with the faculty: Tim Tyler

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What makes Tim tick? What 3 words sum up compliance? What does the future hold for regulatory compliance? We take five minutes with the faculty to find out more

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Culture, ethics and…. lawn sprinklers?

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Personal responsibility, accountability, ‘doing the right thing’ – you’ll see us writing about these quite often. They high-profile issues in the compliance arena and quite rightly so.

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Learning and motivation: The art and science of self-study

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The science of being motivated is more than feeling; it’s a physical, neuroscientific effect. Knowing this, you can make sure that you are keeping motivated by taking a super-scientific approach to your studies and your work.

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