Anti-corruption enforcement is a slow-moving vehicle. Investigations into business bribery allegations can take years to resolve, even with the application of significant agency resources. Building up enough prosecutorial capacity to handle a reasonable caseload requires its own long-term effort, both institutionally and politically.… Continue Reading
The release of TRACE’s Global Enforcement Report 2017 (GER) gives us a chance to reflect on large-scale trends in anti-bribery enforcement.
For the United States, after 2016’s record-setting pace of FCPA settlements, the question wasn’t so much whether there would be a slowdown, but only how slow it would get.… Continue Reading