On November 3, DOJ announced that it retained Hui Chen as a full-time compliance expert. Ms. Chen most recently worked as Global Head for Anti-Bribery and Corruption at Standard Chartered Bank, Assistant General Counsel at Pfizer, Inc., and Director of Legal Compliance for the Greater China Area at Microsoft Corporation. She also previously served as Trial Attorney at DOJ and as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of New York. In her new role, Ms. Chen will report to Andrew Weissmann, the Chief of the Fraud Section, and Dan Braun, the Acting Chief of the Strategy, Policy and Training Unit of the Fraud Section. Ms. Chen’s role was discussed in depth at a roundtable discussion hosted by NYU Law’s Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement on November 13. Ms. Chen will help the Fraud Section prosecutors evaluate compliance programs and design remedial compliance measures to be incorporated into corporate resolutions. Her hiring echoes remarks made by AAG Caldwell on November 2 on the importance of corporate compliance programs. Linked here are a client memorandum with more information on Ms. Chen’s role and a transcript of the publicly available portion of the roundtable discussion.  DOJ Press Release