Companies around the world are arguably at a crossroads where global compliance challenges need attention as never before. Increasingly, antitrust compliance is seen by companies not as a standalone topic, but as part of a suite of compliance efforts needed by companies to ensure that they comply with societal and shareholder expectations. This book makes an original and timely contribution to the important debate surrounding the function and design of antitrust compliance programmes. Crowding in the immense knowledge of a selection of renowned international antitrust compliance experts including academics, in-house counsel, private practitioners, economists, consulting firms and regulators, it seeks to embrace varied perspectives rather than championing one particular vision of what good antitrust compliance should look like. The publication is designed to assist all stakeholders, while appreciating that every industry and corporate entity faces unique compliance risks and that an approach that works well for one business may be less appropriate and effective for another.