Anti-Corruption Law Guide

Client LoginThe International Anti-Corruption Law Guide™ provides a country-by-country overview of local laws, regulations, policies, and practices that apply to the range of payment issues companies encounter when doing business abroad, including facilitation payments, product marketing, transportation, accommodations, meals, entertainment, gifts, contributions, and business courtesies.

Designed to provide practical guidance for businesses operating around the world, the International Anti-Corruption Law Guide:

  • Identifies and summarizes antibribery and anti-corruption laws, regulations, and policies for gifts, business courtesies, marketing, and facilitating or other payments and inkind benefits provided to members of the government and private sector.
  • Highlights key elements of these laws, including information on bases of jurisdiction, civil and criminal liability, persons subject to jurisdiction (specifically addressing the liability of legal persons), and penalties.
  • Provides case law and information about the enforcement environment relevant to the applicable law in the jurisdiction.
  • Offers specific and practical guidance regarding application of laws, regulations, and policies to business operations and circumstances.
  • Provides specific guidance regarding the use of facilitation payments.
  • Covers gifts, meals, accommodations, transportation, hospitality, and entertainment, as well as charitable contributions and political donations.
  • Includes any applicable monetary limitations, required approvals or notifications, explanation of any “reasonableness” standard, and permissibility of spouse/family participation.

Countries Available

The following countries are currently available:

ArgentinaJapan Saudi Arabia
Australia Kuwait Singapore
Belgium LebanonSlovenia
Brazil Liberia South Africa
Chile Libya South Korea
China Malaysia Taiwan
Colombia Mexico Thailand
Czech Republic Nigeria Trinidad & Tobago
Egypt Pakistan Turkey
FrancePeru Turkmenistan
Greece Philippines United Arab Emirates
India PolandUnited Kingdom
Indonesia Portugal United States
Iraq Qatar Venezuela
Israel Romania Vietnam
Italy Russia