Guide to anti-corruption law and enforcement

There are increasing signs that global regulators are becoming more aggressive in their attitude towards tackling corruption in their territories. Corrupt practices, whether foreign or domestic, represent a serious risk to organisations, not only in terms of financial loss, but also to commercial relationships, reputation, liability and criminal exposure.

The following materials provide an overview of the legislation in this area, and the steps organisations will need to take to ensure that they are compliant in the jurisdictions in which they work. These materials are intended as a reference tool and are not intended to provide comprehensive advice. If you have any particular questions about corruption or corrupt practices (foreign or domestic), please contact the Linklaters LLP lawyers with whom you work.

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