The modus and operandi of corruption crimes are always changing rapidly. The pace of legislative change is always a few steps behind the crime itself. As a result, there are many acts that are actually evil but cannot be prosecuted through the legal process due to the absence of adequate regulations to ensnare the perpetrators. One of them is trading in influence or trading in influence. If we look at the corruption cases handled by the KPK in the last five years, it shows the phenomenon of party elites working as “collectors” of political capital for parties. The amount collected and targeted is no joke. Various sources such as the APBN, APBD to the private sector are targeted for political capital. This book discusses the regulation of trading in influence in UNCAC and its comparison with several countries, shows the urgency of the existence of rules on trading in influence in national criminal law and formulates the offense of trading in influence as a recommendation in the revision of the Corruption Act.