- Reinforcing the fight against foreign bribery
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- What is the OECD and what are its aims in relation to anti-bribery and foreign corruption?
- What is the significance of the Ministerial Declaration published on 16 March 2016?
- What are the main commitments contained in the Convention?
- How influential with this be in affecting the fight against foreign bribery?
- What could this mean in practice for UK-led investigations into bribery offences?
Corporate Crime analysis: OECD has announced the fourth phase of country evaluations as part of the monitoring process for implementation of the Anti-Bribery Convention (the Convention). Daniel Martin, partner at Holman Fenwick Willan, considers how effective the Convention has been in the fight against global corruption, and suggests that states could now face further scrutiny on the extent to which they are enforcing their national anti-bribery legislation.
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