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The UK's “revolving door” culture is relatively unregulated – but is change on the horizon?

On 1 November 2021, the independent Committee on Standards in Public Life published a report recommending sweeping changes to lobbying rules in the UK. The Committee’s 103-page report ...

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Empowering Singapore’s Financial Institutions through COSMIC Power SEA View, Article XIV: October 2021

After a summer hiatus, we return with a warning of imminent AML controls; a trend we witness across the region. On 1 October 2021, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”)...

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Proof in Trial

A wrongful conviction that led to a death row sentence; a politician fighting to save his reputation; a tech company whose trade secrets were stolen. In this podcast series, some of the...

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CRO Engagement: A compliance checklist to identify red flags and prevent bribery compliance risks

The engagement of Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) by pharmaceutical and medical device companies to manage some or all of their clinical trial-related duties and functions is...

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Gratification control on financial services sector

In the implementing of one of its duties to prevent corruption in Indonesia, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) as Indonesian Corruption Watchdog issued Circular Letter No. 19 of...

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ESG regulation in Singapore – from baby steps to a run

Stephanie Keen, Amelia Lee, Crispin Rapinet, and Khushaal Ved from our Corporate, Consumer, and Corporate Investigations practices have collaborated to chart the sprint in ESG regulation in ...

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Joint focus by Biden Administration and Congress points towards enhanced anti-corruption efforts

There has been significant movement recently, by both the Biden Administration as well as Congress, to enhance the U.S. government’s ability to tackle corruption. This article...

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Setback for implementation of EU Whistleblowing Directive in Germany

An attempt at implementing the EU Whistleblowing Directive („Directive„) into national law has recently failed in Germany. The governing parties were unable to reach a consensus ...

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New and improved? Corporate liability for corruption in Malaysia

Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act raises the possibility of corporate liability for corruption in addition to personal liability for board and senior management...

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