Navigating India’s Evolving Corruption Risk Landscape: FCPA Actions

India, with its extensive bureaucracies and red tape, is known to present significant corruption risk, “but the risk is not as extreme as it is in other parts of the world,” said Sherbir Panag, a partner at Panag & Babu in New Delhi, at a recent Strafford CLE Webinar. Panag, along with Jeffrey Everson, a senior manager at EY, and Jay Holtmeier, a partner at WilmerHale, discussed the evolving corruption risks in India. In this first article in a two-part series, we share their insights on FCPA trends and recent FCPA cases that involved misconduct in India, and in the second part, we will cover the India-specific corruption risk, and the local anti-corruption landscape in India. See “Ten Tips for Performing Effective Anti-Corruption Investigations in India” (May 24, 2017).

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