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MassPoint’s Hdeel Abdelhady talked with Reuters about the Commodities Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) recently announced plans to more actively probe and penalize anti-corruption, particularly the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Ms. Abdelhady addressed how the CFTC’s current investigation of Glencore and its broader anti-corruption plans might fit with the Trump Administration’s wider anti-corruption strategy targeting the extractives industry globally, as well as the how the CFTC, which lacks direct FCPA enforcement authority, might take a page from the NYDFS’ playbook and indirectly enforce an anti-corruption agenda under the Commodities Exchange Act. Read the Reuters article here.

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