Bribery Act 2010
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You or your organisation may be liable for failing to prevent a person from bribing on your behalf. To avoid a conviction an organisation will need to demonstrate that it has adequate procedures in place to prevent bribery. Penalties have increased under the Bribery Act, the maximum term of imprisonment is now ten years and there is no limit on the size of fines that may be imposed.
What you will learn about:
1. What's covered by the Act and what constitutes a bride
2. When could I or my organisation could be liable
3. What procedures I need in place
4. Are there any grey areas.
Recommended for: UK citizens, UK residents, companies established under UK law and non-UK companies that can be held liable for a failure to prevent bribery if they do business in the UK.