Delay of UK Bribery Bill won't buy time for firms

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The UK government’s decision to delay the publication of guidelines for the Bribery Act has raised doubts among legal and marketing directors of firms in the financial sector over the structures needed to police their compliance. Companies planning to introduce training, reporting and internal audit systems in time for the April implementation date are in a quandary as to standards they are required to meet until the regulations have been published. Companies have three further months to

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