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While bribery of foreign officials has been criminalised in Australia since 1999, there has been little enforcement of Australia’s anti-bribery provisions since that time. Recent media focus on foreign bribery claims has prompted increased efforts by Australian enforcement agencies in this area.

In this White Paper, regulatory enforcement specialists Rani John and Genevieve Rahman examine how the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 can magnify the risks connected with foreign bribery, and the implications for individuals and corporations.

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