Anti-Corruption Enforcement Continues to Increase Around the World

Once largely the province of U.S. authorities, anti-corruption enforcement has evolved into an international norm in recent years. Recently, the World Bank, regulatory agencies in the United Kingdom and several Latin American countries have each engaged in significant anti-corruption activity. In a guest article, Dechert attorneys Jeremy Zucker, Darshak Dholakia, Hrishikesh Hari, Jacob Grubman and Eric Auslander analyze recent anti-corruption efforts outside the United States. For more, see “How Significant Is the DOJ’s New Directive on Coordination?” (May 16, 2018).

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