COMPLIANCE LAW IN THE FRENCH CONTEXT: NEW HORIZONS FOR LEGISLATIVE POLICY

Morgane Ferrari

Abstract


This article presents legal aspects of compliance law in France. The article analyses the distinctive and connected aspects of compliance and corporate law. It has been stated that compliance law has theoretical and legal expression, which are not only interconnected but also complement one another. The article’s discourse emphasises that national (French) legislation, in order to be effective, reflects the tendencies of the Anglo-Saxon concept of compliance law. The article looks at this issue not only from a legal point of view, but also with an emphasis on the humanist aspect of legal order. The article concludes that compliance law not only benefits companies and markets, who sometimes confuse compliance law and financial law, but also contributes to the upholding of humanistic ideals.

Keywords


French legislation policy, French penal law, Compliance law, corporate law

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13165/j.icj.2019.05.008

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