Lex Mundi’s Updated Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Guide

Rajah & Tann Contributes to Lex Mundi’s Updated Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Guide
Globally, there has been a significant increase over the past decade in the implementation and enforcement of anti-corruption legislation. The Lex Mundi Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Guide offers a summary of regulatory regimes in more than 70 jurisdictions across the world, assisting in-house counsel and corporate legal teams in understanding and navigating anti-corruption laws in their jurisdictions. The Guide’s interactive format allows users to search for and download an individual jurisdiction’s report or compare legislation from multiple jurisdictions in a side-by-side customisable report.

Specific questions and topics addressed in the guide include:

  • What is the key anti-bribery and corruption legislation?
  • Has there been a specific anti-bribery and corruption law enacted in the last ten years?
  • Is requesting or accepting a bribe prohibited by the legislation?
  • Is there criminal liability for corporate entities who have either paid or accepted a bribe payment?

Rajah & Tann Singapore’s Hamidul Haq (Partner, White Collar Crime) contributed the Singapore report to the Guide, which has been updated on 1 February 2022. He was recently recognised as one of the world’s leading Business Crime Defence and Investigation lawyers by Who’s Who Legal 2021, being “truly exceptional and most certainly among the best in the market thanks to his extensive prosecution experience and commercial litigation expertise.” Rajah & Tann Singapore is the Lex Mundi member firm for Singapore. Find out more about our White Collar Crime practice here.