Banks should still prep for Bribery Act despite delay, says consultancy

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Echoing recent warnings from UK law firms, consultancy Protiviti has warned that, although the Bribery Act has been delayed in the UK, firms should not slow their preparation for its implementation.

According to John Cassey, associate director at Protiviti, "it will take at least three months, if not more, to make sure adequate controls are in place" at many large organisations.

At the end of January, the UK Ministry of Justice (MoJ) announced the Bribery Act would not come into effect on April

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