Private equity spotlight - Anti-bribery and corruption: Implications for private equity
Private equity spotlight - Anti-bribery and corruption
A new KPMG publication, Private equity spotlight – Anti-bribery and corruption: Implications for private equity, has been created as a supplement to KPMG’s recent global survey of corporate risk leaders, Anti-Bribery and Corruption: Rising to the challenge in the age of globalization. The new brochure outlines the potential impact of anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) regulations on the private equity (PE) sector and its portfolio investments. In this PE spotlight article, we look at the implications for PE investors in Asia, with a particular focus on China. Moreover, we provide some relevant suggestions for PE firms regarding ABC compliance over the asset investment life cycle.
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