By the numbers, 2016 was an epic year for FCPA enforcement, witnessing more than 50 settlements with corporate fines exceeding $2 billion. Those numbers were not the only notable aspect of enforcement, as both the SEC and DOJ placed greater emphasis on compliance programs and cooperation with foreign authorities. The future of FCPA enforcement, however, is in flux with the beginning of a new administration. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Jay Holtmeier, a partner at WilmerHale, to discuss the changes 2016 brought and what we can expect in 2017 and beyond. On February 1, 2017, Holtmeier will be chairing a full-day CLE program on the FCPA hosted by Strafford in New York City and online. A 50 percent event discount code is available for ACR subscribers inside this article. For previous insights from Holtmeier, see “Regional Risk Spotlight: Jay Holtmeier of WilmerHale Explains How to Navigate Bureaucratic Corruption Risks in India” (Sep. 23, 2015).