Regional Risk Spotlight:  Jay Holtmeier of WilmerHale Explains How to Navigate Bureaucratic Corruption Risks in India

As the world’s second-most populous country, India presents myriad opportunities for foreign companies to sell and manufacture their products.  As an English-speaking nation with a highly educated populace, it has also become a hub for outsourcing services such as customer relations and technical support.  On the other hand, as a legacy of its colonial past, India is highly bureaucratic and companies doing business there face an intricate web of government regulations and licensing requirements, creating corruption risk.  In this installment of the Anti-Corruption Report’s Regional Risk Spotlight series, we talk to Jay Holtmeier, a partner at WilmerHale, about how companies can best navigate corruption risks in India and build strong compliance programs while doing business there.  See also “Regional Risk Spotlight:  Thomas Firestone of Baker & McKenzie Explains How to Navigate Corruption Risks in Russia” (Aug. 5, 2015).

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