Mayer Brown Attorneys Discuss Global Corruption Risk in the Financial Services Industry

Financial services firms – including banks, financial advisors and private equity investors – have recently been the subjects of an increasing number of anti-corruption enforcement actions.  Will the enforcement agencies remain focused on the financial services industry, or is it just a passing phenomenon?  During a recent event hosted by Mayer Brown, a panel of experts discussed whether financial services firms are actually facing additional exposure and provided strategies for limiting that exposure.  The panel included three Mayer Brown partners: Alistair Graham of the firm’s London office, John Hickin, based in Hong Kong, and Laurence Urgenson, based in D.C.  See also “Five Corruption Risks in the Financial Services Industry” (Jul. 23, 2014).

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