This third joint meeting between the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group (ACWG) and the OECD Working Group on Bribery (WGB) is organised to support these groups’ shared goal of strengthening G20 countries’ commitment to combat the bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions (foreign bribery). Two joint sessions between the G20 ACWG and OECD WGB took place under Argentina’s Presidency, in October 2018, and under Japan’s Presidency, in October 2019. Combatting foreign bribery has been a top priority of the G20 anti-corruption agenda since 2010, when G20 Leaders adopted their first Anti-Corruption Action Plan and established the G20 ACWG. This has helped to ensure continued engagement among the world’s largest export economies on this issue, in line with the WGB’s own continued commitment to involve all G20 economies in its work and—potentially—its membership. To this end, a collaborative and open discussion is envisaged, in order to facilitate connections between these two groups’ members and respective programmes of work. The agenda focuses on areas of priority identified by both groups as being of mutual interest.