Investigator's Guide to France

Investigator's Guide to France Available in digital and print versions

Investigator's Guide to France
GIR travelled to Paris to find out how the French investigative landscape has settled after the seismic shift in attitude towards investigations caused by Sapin II, the landmark anti-corruption law that came into force in July 2017.

Other Highlights

France to change market abuse laws after Airbus ruling

The decision of a Paris court to quash an insider trading case against executives of aircraft-maker Airbus Group has sparked an intense debate in France over whether criminal or administrative authorities should handle market abuse enforcement.

The implication of France’s failed foreign bribery case

In January, an appeal court acquitted French defence company Safran of corruption charges, in a case that shows the difficulty in proving corporate criminal liability for foreign bribery in France.

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