FCPA Enforcement, Changes in 2023 Foretell a Busy Year Ahead

Data analytics, cross-border cooperation, extensive new guidance, a notable change in leadership and increased enforcer activity headlined the year in FCPA enforcement. Expectations for 2024 include an increased use of data to kick off new investigations, first-time prosecutorial applications of new legislation on foreign extortion, and a “material” increase in corporate resolutions. Such were some of the insights offered by Davis Polk partner Daniel S. Kahn in a year-in-review discussion hosted by TRACE. See “Reading the Regulators: Shifts in FCPA Enforcement” (Aug. 16, 2023).

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