The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute (Sw. Institutet mot Mutor "IMM") has released new guidelines to promote self-regulation as a measure to combat corruption in the Swedish business industry. The code, now named the "Code to Prevent Corruption in Business", contains new recommendations, in particular regarding preventive measures and the aspects which companies should consider when dealing with intermediaries.


The International Commercial & Trade team at Baker McKenzie has prepared this article, which summarizes the most important changes to the code in English.


Revised Swedish Code to Prevent Corruption in Business

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