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It is our pleasure to present the first edition of Baker McKenzie’s Global Overview of Anti-Bribery Laws Handbook (“Handbook”). Given the success of last year’s Overview of Anti-Bribery Laws in EMEA, we have now expanded our coverage to legislation and developments in 47 jurisdictions this year. We appreciate that it is difficult for our clients as multinational companies, to navigate the frequently evolving landscape of anti-bribery and corruption laws worldwide. We are confident that this Handbook, authored by our compliance specialists around the world, together with other valued colleagues in correspondent firms, will serve in the set up of best practices for your management of risk in this area.  It offers an excellent overview of the relevant anti-bribery laws regulating domestic bribery, both private to public and private to private, along with corruption of foreign public officials, as well as practices to mitigate the criminal, administrative and reputational risks. The content of the handbook is available here – but it is only available to registered users. The Global Compliance News membership is for free. Simply complete the registration form and enjoy the content of the handbook. As a registered user you can also download a free copy of the handbook here.


Rafael Jiménez-Gusi is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Corporate Practice Group in Barcelona. He has more than 20 years of experience handling cross-border M&A transactions and company reorganizations. Mr. Jiménez-Gusi serves as secretary of several Spanish corporations, where he regularly advises on corporate compliance matters. He has organized, led and conducted numerous internal investigations involving allegations of corruption and company fraud. Mr. Jiménez-Gusi has served several leadership positions in Baker McKenzie at the office, regional and practice group level. This includes serving as member of the Firm’s Global Executive Committee. In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Jiménez-Gusi has been an associate professor of Ramon Llull University and ESADE Law School, and acts as legal counsel of Active Africa.

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