Evolving Global Anti-Corruption Efforts: Africa, Latin America, South Korea and Russia

Economic hardship caused by COVID-19 and pandemic-related relief efforts have been accompanied by backsliding on anti-corruption vigilance and enhanced corruption risk in many regions, according to the speakers at a recent Gibson Dunn seminar. This second part of our series covering the program addresses the anti-corruption enforcement landscape in Africa, Latin America, South Korea and Russia. The first installment looked at trends in the U.S., China and India. See our three-part 2020 FCPA review: “Big FCPA Numbers Despite a Pandemic” (Dec. 16, 2020); “More Coordination, Fewer Monitors” (Jan. 6, 2021); and “Data- and Culture-Driven Compliance” (Jan. 20, 2021).

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