Goldman Sachs is latest U.S. company to get investigated for FCPA concerns

Goldman Sachs appears to be cooperating with federal regulators in their inquiry

The U.S. government is looking at a prominent bank for possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) – which is an anti-bribery statute that has become more widely enforced in recent years.

On Friday, Goldman Sachs released in a 10-Q quarterly filing that its hiring practices are being reviewed by regulators. It appears the inquiry relates to hiring practices in Asia.

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