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A global snapshot

How jurisdictions worldwide combat bribery

Welcome

We have created this Global Bribery Guide to provide you with an overview of how jurisdictions around the world combat bribery, and the anti-corruption legislation they have in place. This Guide allows you to make easy, at-a-glance global comparisons to help with your business decisions.

How we can help

We are a global team of specialist criminal, civil and regulatory lawyers. We provide a one-stop solution to clients' global needs and are ideally placed to support you in your review of your processes and systems across the different jurisdictions in which you operate.

We regularly advise companies facing potential criminal prosecution around the world. Our team can assist with requests for documents and interviews from local enforcement agencies and has experience of requests for international mutual legal assistance and moneylaundering issues. We are frequently instructed to conduct investigations involving highly-confidential, sensitive matters and potentially serious allegations of bribery, fraud and other corrupt behaviour. Clients also turn to us in relation to anti-bribery risk assessments, compliance audits and reviews, and policy refresh exercises.

We are also adept at dealing with the diverse approaches to regulation, confidentiality, privilege and data privacy which you will encounter as you conduct your business around the world.

For information about this guide please email our Global Corporate Crime and Investigations Group or your usual Eversheds Sutherland contact who would be pleased to assist. Alternatively, if you would like to speak with a specialist in your jurisdiction please use the contact details found on the relevant country page.

For International enquiries, please contact:

Emma Gordon

Partner

Eversheds Sutherland

For Americas enquiries, please contact:

Sarah Paul

Partner

Eversheds Sutherland

The information contained in this document is intended as a guide only. While the information is believed to be correct at the time of publication, it is not and should not be taken as a substitute for appropriate legal advice. Eversheds Sutherland can take no responsibility for actions taken based on the information contained in this document.