UK Bribery Act- Corporate

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Bribery and corruption remain a pressing concern for organizations around the globe. The passage of the UK Bribery Act has heightened the risks for organizations doing business in or through the United Kingdom. As part of the Act, organizations can help shield themselves from potential liability for failing to prevent misconduct if the organization can show it had “adequate procedures� in place to minimize the risk of bribery. A critical component of an adequate ethics and compliance program is an anti-corruption compliance training program.

The UK Bribery Act course helps organizations meet the threshold of “adequate procedures� by delivering high-quality and effective anti-corruption training. Learners receive practical guidance about the UK Bribery Act as well as information about the organization's related policies, expectations and reporting procedures. A summary module on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is included. Created in close partnership with top UK legal experts, this course has been meticulously designed to help organizations build a culture of compliance, avoid violations and establish powerful legal defenses if faced with a corruption scandal.

Topics covered:

  • Fundamentals of policy and the law
  • Impact of corruption on an organization
  • Risks associated with improper payments
  • Individual employee responsibilities and obligations
  • What constitutes a payment or other advantage under the law
  • Definition of foreign official
  • Prohibition of commercial bribery
  • Gifts, hospitality and business expenses
  • Prohibition of facilitation payments
  • Working with local business agents and business partners
  • Importance of proper due diligence
  • Common red flags
  • Importance of maintaining accurate business records
  • Reporting and getting help from internal resources
  • Prohibition of retaliation
  • Differences between the FCPA and UK Bribery Act
  • Bribery of foreign officials
  • Failing to keep accurate books, records, and accounts
  • Corrupt intent requirement
  • Narrow exceptions for facilitation payments defined
  • Organizations and individuals required to comply with the FCPA
Run time: 1 hour

NameUK Bribery Act

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