In a May 4 article published by The FCPA Report, Ropes & Gray attorneys examined what the release of the Panama Papers means for global anti-corruption compliance and enforcement.
The Panama Papers leak has ushered in a period of renewed focus on monitoring, tracking and justifying transactions with offshore companies, particularly those in low or no tax jurisdictions that lack transparency, according to the article. While no compliance strategy should be “one size fits all,” companies should analyze and mitigate their risks associated with transactions and vendor and other third-party payments to entities in certain jurisdictions.
Business & securities litigation partner Nicholas Berg and government enforcement associate Jaime Orloff Feeney authored the article.
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