One of the biggest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act stories last year was the sharp decrease in both the number and size of the U.S. Department of Justice’s corporate FCPA resolutions.

In 2015, DOJ resolved only two corporate FCPA cases and collected $24.2 million in fines. This represents a small fraction of the seven corporate FCPA cases and $1.25 billion collected in 2014. In fact, DOJ’s annual corporate FCPA tally has not been this low since 2004.

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