As anti-corruption efforts continue to globalise, intensify and attract greater public awareness, we have undeniably entered into an era characterised by growing market and regulatory expectations intolerant of corruption. With the enactment of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in 1977 marking a milestone in anti-corruption, other significant milestones across the next 40 years have also contributed to the dramatic evolution of the landscape – as featured in the anti-corruption timeline of our Special Report: The Evolution of the Global Anti-Corruption Movement, which also offers insights into key megatrends shaping the future of anti-corruption.
Take a look at the below snapshot of our timeline which captures some of the most significant anti-bribery and corruption milestones in history. Simply download our Special Report to view the full timeline of events underpinning the continued evolution of the landscape, along with 3 megatrends shaping the future of anti-corruption compliance.
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