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Debarment: Asia Pacific Raises the Bar on Public Procurement

26 August 2019


Debarment regimes exclude companies from public procurement opportunities following conviction for specified offences. We examine the global trend towards the strengthening of these regimes and how this is likely to affect companies in the Asia Pacific.

OFAC Puts Asian Companies on Notice with 'Compliance Framework'

14 May 2019


Officials from the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) have been teasing for months that they would issue guidelines to help companies comply with US sanctions regulations. On 2 May 2019, OFAC made good and published the much-anticipated "A Framework...

A Guide to Anti-Corruption Legislation in Asia Pacific 6th Edition

2 April 2019


Welcome to the latest edition of our Guide to Anti-Corruption Legislation in Asia Pacific. Businesses need to ensure that they are compliant with applicable anti-corruption laws in each of the countries in which they operate as well as with applicable international...

The Asia Pacific Top Ten FCPA Enforcement Actions of 2018

29 January 2019


The pace of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") enforcement in Asia Pacific remained steady in 2018, but not of torrential proportions. Notable cases from the region included Panasonic's $280 million settlement with the US Department of Justice...

The 2018 Bribery Risk Rankings for Asia Pacific

7 January 2019


Gut instincts can be good when undertaking an anti-corruption risk assessment on an Asia Pacific business opportunity. But even better is data obtained from leading public interest and international organisations, including the United Nations, the World Bank and...

Very Pleased to Meet You: Market Rates for Introducers in Asia Pacific

28 September 2018


Introducers have got themselves a bad name, particularly in Asia Pacific countries. Prominent and negative references to this type of third-party agent are de rigeur in anti-corruption enforcement actions. Yet, their necessary purpose in bringing potential business...

Belt and Road: Dispute Resolution from a Chinese Perspective

20 June 2018


Since its launch in 2013, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has driven billions of dollars’ worth of ambitious infrastructure projects across nearly seventy countries. Chinese companies, in particular state-owned enterprises investing abroad, consider the...