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
In the November issue of Ethical Corporation, Mallen Baker asks why international companies get knocked when things go wrong, but smaller companies remain anonymous. Comparing the BP disaster with the trapped Chilean miners, he examines the media coverage of both…