Enhanced cross-border cooperation, the increasing focus on ESG and its intersections with anti-corruption, the rise of sanctions, insights by industry, and regional spotlights including private and public dawn raids in Germany, China’s investments in Africa, and the potential impacts of leadership changes at the SFO are some of the topics covered in Hogan Lovells’ 2023 Bribery and Corruption Outlook. The watchword for anti-bribery and corruption compliance in 2023, they say, is governance. The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with Shelita Stewart, a partner and one of the editors of the report, to learn more about what to expect in 2023. See “GCs Discuss Crisis Management, Investigations, Individual Accountability and ESG” (Apr. 13, 2022).