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02 October 2019

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

Investigations are frequently cross-border and involve accessing information held in multiple jurisdictions. Successfully managing the risks arising from these investigations requires expertise across a number of areas and, as the enforcement of data privacy laws becomes a higher priority in multiple jurisdictions, those areas include data protection and privacy.

To assist in-house counsel to identify some of the issues that will need to be considered from a data privacy and other perspectives when managing complex cross-border investigations members of Allen & Overy's market-leading global investigations practice contributed to the updated GIR Know how: Data privacy & investigations cross-border guide, reflecting changes brought in by the new GDPR regulations.

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 and Hugo Flaux