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Welcome to the latest issue of the Duxes Anti-Corruption Report, your premier source for anti-corruption and compliance news, opinions and forecasts. As detailed below (and available for download in .pdf format), this quarterly newsletter will include interviews with industry experts, breaking news and the latest updates on government policies and regulations.
The State of the Industry
Exclusive Article
The Investigative Side of Anti-Corruption Work

Robert Youill is a Senior Managing Director in the Global Risk and Investigations practice of FTI Consulting and is co-based in China and Hong Kong. Mr. Youill specializes in conducting complex investigative assignments involving brand integrity, fraud or corruption, business intelligence and due diligence investigations, asset searching, and other risk consulting services. Mr. Youill is a highly qualified and experienced risk expert with over 30 years of senior-level experience in investigations and risk consulting. Prior to working at FTI, he served as Regional Anti-Piracy Enforcement Director for the International Federation of Phonographic Industries, and as a senior officer in the Hong Kong Police Force for 20 years, where he specialized in the investigation of large scale organized crime matters.

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Robert Youill
Senior Managing Director
FTI Consulting
Serbia Arrests 53 in Major Anti-Corruption Campaign
March 2, 2017
The Serbian government has taken action against corruption, with a new wave of arrests, in the wake of accession talks with the European Union.
Targeting Northeastern Tigers: The Anti-Corruption Campaign in China's Rust Belt
February 27, 2017
In China's northeast region, the ongoing anti-corruption campaign has taken on a unique character, characterized by the area's ties to heavy industry, and proximity to North Korea.
Anti-corruption improving across SE Asia, despite graft at higher levels
February 25, 2017
A report from the global law firm Hogan Lovells has found that countries in Southeast Asia, notably Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, have made strides in combating corruption, but that high-level corruption is still persistent.
China start anti-graft inspections in universities
February 23, 2017
China has dispatched investigators to look into graft in academic institutions, extending the scope of the anti-corruption campaign.
A Flurry of FCPA Enforcement Actions Marks the End of the Obama Administration
February 20, 2017
Ford is pursuing new initiatives that would provide aftermarket parts for non-Ford vehicles in an attempt to undercut competitors, and compete with independent repair shops and retail outlets.
Corruption can destabilize democracy, even in EU countries
February 15, 2017
The Council of Europe, composed of 47 member states, issued a report recently, detailing the threat of corruption to political stability in the EU.
Global anti-corruption enforcement numbers going up
February 14, 2017
Global anti-corruption enforcement is on the rise, driven by increased vigilance from authorities in the United States, and cooperation from regulators in jurisdictions around the world.
China Cracks Down on Commercial Bribery in Private Sector
January 31, 2017
In China, local branches of the State Administration of Industry and Commerce (SAIC) have taken action in enforcing commercial bribery laws, cracking down on "improper benefits" paid by manufacturers to distributors and retailers.
China Climbs Four Places In Transparency International's 2016 Corruption Perception Index
January 30, 2017
In the wake of its prominent anti-corruption campaign, China has moved up in Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index.
Policy and Regulation Update
Insights into the New French Anti-Bribery & Corruption Law
February 21, 2017
The new anti-corruption legislation in France empowers authorities to impose larger fines against companies, mandates that large companies implement anticorruption programs, offers new protections for whistleblowers, and includes other provisions designed to curb corruption.
Can China be the next anti-corruption success story, after Hong Kong and Singapore?
January 26, 2017
China's anti-corruption campaign, modeled after Hong Kong's, has made tangible gains, and 93% of the Chinese public supports the government's efforts. However, structural challenges remain, including the need for improved agreements for asset recovery, extradition, and mutual legal assistance, with other jurisdictions around the world.
China asks foreign diplomats for closer cooperation in anti-graft war
January 19, 2017
Due to challenges resulting from suspects in corruption investigations fleeing abroad, China is seeking the cooperation of foreign diplomats in its anti-corruption campaign.

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