April 03, 2019 - The article, "How AFA Compliance Program Controls Are Changing the French Anti-Corruption Compliance Landscape," by Bryan Sillaman and Anne Gaustad, was published in The Anti-Corruption Report.

International headlines involving French anticorruption enforcement efforts have largely been dominated by recent ground-breaking and record-setting prosecutions and the use of French-style deferred prosecution agreements, known as conventions judiciaire d’intérêt public. Nonetheless, a larger and potentially more significant movement is underway by the Agence française anti-corruption (the AFA), a newly-created agency that arose out of French law No. 2016‑1691 relative à la transparence, à la lutte contre la corruption et à la modernization de la vie économique, commonly referred to as Sapin II.

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