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02 October 2020

Regulators and enforcement authorities across the globe continue to focus on the activities of banks, corporations and their employees.

Investigations are frequently cross-border and involve accessing information held in multiple jurisdictions, often with differing regulations and requirements. Successfully managing the resulting complexities and risks is a challenge, requiring careful navigation and consideration.

To assist with identifying some of the issues that need to be considered, members of Allen & Overy's market-leading global investigations and data privacy practice groups have contributed 11 chapters to the updated GIR Know how: Data privacy & transfer in investigations cross-border guide.

The full guide is available online. To download all chapters authored by Allen & Overy click here or for single chapters please use the links below.

Introduction
Nigel Parker, Calum Burnett, Jason Rix and Benjamin Scrace