The latest edition of Corporate Counsel features an article by Alexandra Wrage, the president of TRACE International, which examines compliance challenges that corporations may face in the coming year.
The article, “The Biggest Global Compliance Challenges for 2013,” takes an optimistic approach toward the fight against corruption and turns to partner firms in “less-discussed” locations to ask what challenges they expect in 2013, and in some cases, what plans they intend to put in place. In detailing efforts in Thailand, the article recognizes Tilleke & Gibbins as “anti-bribery experts” and discusses the role of cultural tolerance to bribery in Thailand.
Tilleke & Gibbins serves as the exclusive TRACE Partner Law Firm in Thailand. TRACE International is a nonprofit association that provides practical and cost-effective anti-bribery compliance solutions for multinational companies. It granted this designation to the firm in recognition of its “exceptional experience in and knowledge of anti-bribery laws and related compliance matters.”