Part 1: Conducting compliance investigations in India – things to be aware of

Rebecca Cayford |

In the current context of evolving compliance regulations and increasing enforcement actions, coupled with international cooperation of regulators, and accentuating transparency demands of investors and the public, multinational corporations are faced with the risk of reputation caused by compliance violations. These include regional and international regulatory compliance requirement that applies to entities operating in different countries. Specifically, with regulations like UK Bribery Act 2010, multinational corporations are facing increased risks relating to anti-corruption compliance in high risk areas including India.

Multinational corporations receive concerns regarding compliance violations and other compliance related issues. This series of recordings aim to bring a guideline view on conducting compliance investigations in India. The series will cover the aspects of conducting compliance investigations in India, the approach towards investigations and the measures to be considered in determining culpability amongst others.

Watch the first part in this series now to learn:
• Understanding evidence sources/reliability in Indian context
• Being aware of relevant local regulations
• Context of compliance environment in India


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