Helsinki Commission to Review New Ways to Fight Foreign Bribery – RANE Founder David Lawrence to Testify as a Witness
The methods of foreign corrupt actors in the global economy have changed dramatically since America assumed the mantle of international anti-corruption champion with the passage of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in 1977. The integration of formerly closed states into the global economy and the development of transformative technologies have led to unprecedented wealth, but also unprecedented corruption. This globalized variant of corruption hollows out rule-of-law institutions and threatens to dismantle the liberal world order that underpins U.S. national security and prosperity.
This hearing will examine new anti-corruption trends and initiatives to determine how the United States can most effectively engage the evolving threat of foreign bribery. RANE Founder & Chief Collaborative Officer, David Lawrence, was selected to testify as a witness in the hearing. Click here to read the full press release.