According to the US Department of Justice's (DOJ) Marshall Miller, banks and other corporations will receive more lenient terms in the future if they proactively report possible employee misconduct. "When misconduct occurs, we want companies to step up," Miller, a principal associate deputy attorney general, told a banking conference earlier this month. "When companies do, they can expect to fare better in a clear and predictable way."
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