Welcome to our Virtual Global Trade Conference, a virtual offering for all our clients and friends worldwide. Baker McKenzie’s international trade compliance lawyers from around the world discussed the major developments impacting international trade. The sessions include trade policy, exports, sanctions, customs, China trade developments and trade developments.
In this article we will discuss the third fundamental element under the National Anti-corruption Commission (NACC)’s guidelines, namely “enhanced and detailed measures for high-risk and vulnerable areas.”
The Singapore Association of Pharmaceutical Industries Code of Conduct (“SAPI Code”) has been amended to provide clearer guidelines on the provision of donations and independent grants. The revisions are effective from 1 August 2021.
Law No. 31112 (“Law”), which establishes the prior control of corporate concentration operations and a regime of prior approval by INDECOPI of certain acts of corporate concentration, will enter into force on 14 June 2021
Our Post Acquisition Integration Handbook provides a practical reference tool for any company contemplating, or in the process of executing, a multinational business acquisition and integration.
This week’s discussion will cover the following key developments: new charges in 1MDB case, FARA reform proposals, possible new Russia sanctions, cyber SEC enforcement: latest SEC disclosure controls and procedures enforcement case, and a new SEC cyber enforcement sweep.
In this article, we will discuss the second fundamental element under the NACC’s guidelines, which is “the risk assessment to effectively identify and evaluate exposure to bribery.
In our previous article (link), we discussed the benefits for a company that has appropriate internal control measures. For the second article of the series, we will discuss the first fundamental element under the NACC’s guidelines, which is “the companies’ internal control measures should be strong, visible policies and supported by top-level management to prevent bribery.”
The MAPA Integrity Recognition (“Selo Mais Integridade”) was created on 12 December 2018 by MAPA Ordinance No. 2462 to recognize and reward agribusiness companies for their integrity practices — particularly in terms of social responsibility, sustainability and ethics — in addition to validating their efforts to mitigate fraud, bribery and corruption. For 2021, agribusiness companies and cooperatives seeking recognition for these practices and for their commitment to prevent fraud and corruption have until 21 June to register for the Selo Mais Integridade 2021 to 2022.
Under the Organic Act on Counter-Corruption, B.E. 2561 (2018), companies operating in Thailand must put in place “appropriate internal control measures” that comply with the National Anti-Corruption Commission’s (NACC) guidelines. Failure to do so carries a penalty of a fine from one to two times the value of the damage caused, or benefits gained, as a result of the violation.