UK Bribery Act
Firms could be prosecuted for failing to prevent economic crime
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Low-level bribery happens, but avoiding the risk is practical, lawyers say
Andrew Legg, senior litigation partner at global law firm Eversheds, examines the challenges businesses can face when navigating the issue of bribery in Africa and calls on the experiences of organi...
New UK national standard will serve as a defence against charges of inadequate anti-bribery precautions
Extending the UK's powerful Bribery Act to cover fraud is superficially tempting, but will face difficulties
UK manufacturer submits reports to Serious Fraud Office on bribery in China, Indonesia and elsewhere
Jenkins takes over at bank under scrutiny for Qatari fundraising and Libor rigging
A year on, still no high-profile prosecutions
Newly released thematic review finds weaknesses in systems and controls across the sector
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