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  • From Vol. 4 No.24 (Nov. 18, 2015)

    Regional Risk Spotlight:  Douglas Mancill of PriceSanond Explains the Thai Corruption Landscape

    The development boom in resort areas, local laws (such as defamation laws, work permit laws and a new foreign bribery law) and other cultural and legal dynamics in Thailand complicate the anti-corruption compliance landscape there.  The FCPA Report spoke to Douglas Mancill, a Bangkok-based partner at PriceSanond, about the corruption risks on the ground in Thailand and how to navigate them.  See also “Analyzing and Addressing Corruption Risks in Southeast Asia,” The FCPA Report, Vol. 3, No. 18 (Sep. 10, 2014).

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  • From Vol. 3 No.18 (Sep. 10, 2014)

    Analyzing and Addressing Corruption Risks in Southeast Asia

    Companies operating in Southeast Asia stand to profit significantly from the unique business opportunities in the region but also face extensive corruption risks – risks rooted in that region’s politics, traditions, laws and more.  At a recent webinar hosted by Strafford Publications, anti-corruption experts discussed the intricacies of operating in ASEAN countries.  The panelists included: Edward Fishman, a partner at K&L Gates; Neil McInnes and Barry Vitou, partners at Pinsent Masons and Matthew Reinhard, a member at Miller & Chevalier.  This article outlines region-wide and country-specific corruption risks as well as some of the best practices the panelists discussed for addressing those risks.

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