- Third party bribery and corruption risk
- What is the background to this report?
- What are the key findings?
- What steps should multinationals take to prevent third party bribery and corruption?
- What are the penalties for companies which fail to take steps to prevent bribery and corruption?
- Have there been any important cases or legislation in this area recently?
- Is Brexit likely to have any effect on the responsibility of UK companies to prevent bribery and corruption?
- Are there any other expected developments in this area?
Corporate Crime analysis: According to a recent report published by Hogan Lovells, half of multinationals are failing to prevent third party bribery and corruption. Crispin Rapinet, partner and global head of investigations, white collar and fraud, at Hogan Lovells, explains the findings of the report and its implications.
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