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Scrutiny alert, coincidence or FCPA-related, ripple dismissed, and more shallow commentary, and ISO 37001 laughable.  It’s all here in the Friday roundup.

Scrutiny Alert

As highlighted in this previous post, in late 2013/early 2014 United Technologies Corp. (UTC) disclosed FCPA scrutiny concerning a non-employee sales representative retained in China. Recently, the company disclosed: “On March 7, 2018, the DOJ notified UTC that it had decided to close its investigation of this matter. Based on our ongoing discussions with the SEC staff to resolve this matter, UTC recorded a charge of approximately $11 million in the second quarter of 2018.”

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Unable To File Its Annual Report Due In Large Part To An FCPA Investigation, World Acceptance Corp. Stock Drops 12.4%

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World Acceptance Corporation is a South Carolina based consumer finance company operating in 15 U.S. states and Mexico. It is also the parent company of ParaData Financial Systems, a provider of computer software solutions for the consumer finance industry.

Since late April, its stock price has been on a tear.

That ended yesterday as the company’s stock price fell approximately 12.4% upon disclosing that it would be unable to file its annual report due in large part to a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation.

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