The changing face of anti-corruption prosecution

Regulators and prosecutors are actively using all the means at their disposal to bring about successful anti-corruption cases. Most countries, if not all, have had laws prohibiting bribery and corruption domestically for decades. Over the last ten years, many countries have strengthened this legislation, driven, to a large extent, by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

In the April issue of Governance & Compliance Magazine, Gareth Thomas looks at the changing face of anti-corruption prosecution, highlighting some of the most recent legislative changes and taking a look at how prosecutors, particularly the SFO are starting to move at pace to bring about prosecutions.


Posted April 2019