Firms face global scrutiny as regulators join forces

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Firms are facing increasingly tough and intrusive investigations by regulators around the globe, led by the US, which is intent on clamping down on fraud and corruption. National regulators are seeing opportunities to launch their own investigations and are raising the stakes for companies to keep their house in good order, says Aaron Marcu, global investigations partner at international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. There is a growing trend toward multi-jurisdictional enforcement

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