Matt Galvin, a former top compliance and ethics executive at Anheuser-Busch InBev, is joining the Justice Department in a new role to combat corporate crime.
Galvin will start Sept. 12 as compliance and data analytics counsel in the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, a department spokesman said Thursday.
His hiring for the Corporate Enforcement, Compliance, and Policy Unit
continues a DOJ emphasis on ensuring corporate compliance systems are designed to detect and prevent overseas bribery and securities fraud and other white-collar crimes.
Galvin’s boss, recently hired Fraud Section Chief Glenn Leon, also hails from the in-house compliance community—at Hewlett Packard ...