The Duxes Compliance and Risk series features annual events in China, as well as across the Asia Pacific region and Middle East,  gathering industry leaders and policymakers to discuss the latest developments in the field of anti-corruption compliance.

U.S. anti-corruption agency agrees settlement with rogue Malaysian financier
Singapore hands Swiss bank US$8.2 million penalty over misleading trades
China firm faces scrutiny after corruption allegations by Sri Lanka president
China introduces new regulations to crack down on misdemeanors among P2P lenders
Barclays charged with FCPA allegations over corrupt hiring practices in Asia
China introduces new regulations to crack down on misdemeanors among P2P lenders
Deutsche Bank to pay $16.2m fine in corrupt hiring practices case
China anti-corruption investigators target high-level Xinjiang official
U.S. Treasury issues latest guidance on sanctions compliance
Britain Established A Prison Anti-Corruption Unit
Corruption in Ukraine Has Become A Top Political Issue
India Has Set up Anti-corruption Ombudsman System
U.S. Department of Justice Will Fight Corruption in the Construction Industry
Transparency International Releases Corruption Perceptions Index
Uganda Launches New Anti-Corruption Drive
European Commercial Bribery Laws and Countermeasures
Malaysia's New Anti-corruption Act Targets Executives
Amendment to China's Anti-unfair Competition Law Cracks Down on Commercial Bribery
Israeli PM Netanyahu Is Involved in Telecom Corruption Case
Denmark's Experience in Fighting Corruption
Ministry of Education in China Implements Anti-Corruption Measures
Survey reveals that Corruption is on the Rise in Germany
Japanese Automakers Accused of Cheating on Emissions Tests
India Makes Crucial Amendment to 30-Year-Old Anti-Corruption Law