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Sapin II law

The Sapin II law is named after a former Minister of the Economy and Finance in the government of Manuel Valls who drafted this law in favour of transparency, the fight against corruption and the modernisation of economic life.

With the Sapin II law, the government aimed to bring French legislation up to the best European and international standards in the fight against corruption and to contribute to a positive image of France internationally. This law deals with many subjects such as influence peddling, whistleblowers, lobbyists, public reporting, insurance, strengthening the transparency of the agricultural sector, etc. It has also made it possible to create the Judicial Convention of Public Interest and the French Anti-Corruption Agency (AFA).

3 questions pour résumer la loi Spain II
Do you want to understand the Sapin II law better? You don't know how to apply it in your company? Do you have questions about your next public relations activities or your gifts policy? This article provides a summary of the Sapin II law.
Loi Sapin II : 3 éléments clés pour prévenir tout risque de corruption
You have heard about the Sapin II law but have doubts about what corruption risk means? You only want to invite your business contacts to an event within a secure framework for your company. And without your customers hesitating to accept? Then this article is for you! It identifies the three key elements to prevent the legal risks linked to this law.
Loi Sapin Relations Publiques

Inviting a customer to a public relations event is "an ordinary act of business life", explains the French Anti-Corruption Agency. Yes, but how can you be sure that the Sapin II law, which precisely aims to prevent corruption, is being respected? This article offers practical advice on how to detect corruption attempts.

Recommandations AFA : ce qu’il faut retenir de la loi Sapin II
What can we learn from the recommendations published by the AFA in the context of the Sapin II law? Stade de France provides you with details on the prevention, assessment and knowledge of the risk of corruption in order to create a proper gifts and invitations policy.
Loi Sapin II : peut-on accepter un cadeau ou une invitation ?
What is the Sapin II law? Under what conditions can a gift or invitation be accepted? Is it possible to invite business contacts to an event? Find out the answers to these three questions in this article.

What is the Sapin II law? Under what conditions can a gift or invitation be accepted? Is it possible to invite business contacts to an event? Find out the answers to these three questions in this article.

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