Anti-Bribery and Corruption Review (June 2017)

In-depth Guides (Publications)

This anti-bribery and corruption review looks at recent developments in some of the jurisdictions around the world where we have offices, focusing particularly on changes to legislation, both recent and proposed, and on prosecutions and enforcement trends.

The spotlight on anti-bribery and corruption compliance programmes continues to intensify as a number of countries adopt measures designed to make it easier to prosecute companies. Most significantly, France’s Sapin II law requires companies subject to the provisions to adopt effective anti-corruption procedures, and has created a new agency to monitor compliance with these new requirements, while Australia is consulting on proposals for a new corporate offence of failing to prevent bribery.


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