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Thailand: Changes to the anti-money laundering law

12 July 2011


Amendments have been made to the Anti-Money Laundering Act 1999 (AMLA), together with the ministerial regulations issued under this Act. The Act regulates and oversees financial transactions for detecting and preventing money laundering activities in Thailand. The...

State-owned enterprises: An FCPA risk you can’t ignore in Asia

27 March 2012


Companies operating in the Asian region, where state-owned or controlled entities are commonplace, have been warned again of the particular risks they face. In a series of recent rulings, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) obtained judicial confirmation of its...

A guide to anti-corruption legislation in Asia Pacific

3 June 2013


The purpose of this handbook is to provide an overview of the anti-corruption regimes in Asia Pacific. Each section features the key pieces of legislation and highlights how businesses operating in these countries should best deal with anti-corruption compliance....

Obtaining certification documents

23 February 2012


Until recently certification documents of entities registered in Thailand could only be obtained from the office of the Department of Business Development (DBD) and its provincial offices. The DBD recently announced that these certification documents can now...

Under-Criminalisation of Foreign Bribery in Asia Pacific

1 March 2012


Countries signing on to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) are required to enact laws to criminalise bribery of foreign public officials. All of the Asia Pacific countries (except North Korea) have signed the UNCAC, and yet, only a small...