1 March 2019
Anti-corruption laws around the world continue to converge, partly as a result of international anti-corruption conventions, but there remain substantive differences in the scope of offences and the way in which they are expressed, as well as in the definition of key terms. For multinationals seeking to implement a global anti-corruption programme on the basis of fundamental principles, while at the same time ensuring compliance with local laws, it remains important to understand these differences. This guide, by focusing on ten key questions, aims to elucidate both the differences and the similarities in anti-corruption laws around the world.
An international guide to anti-corruption legislation