Bribery and corruption are illicit activities and these risks must be managed to ensure that firms avoid the risk of the Corporate Criminal Offence relating to the criminal conduct of employees and associates acting for and on behalf of firms.
Firms are required to have in place appropriate systems and controls to manage and mitigate issues arising from bribery and corruption. Learn more about personal and corporate responsibilities and how to identify internal and external risks relating to bribery offences.
Perform a firm-specific risk assessment including consideration of internal and external threats.
Detailed analysis of the requirements of the UK Bribery Act 2010 and the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 1977.
The practical focus of this course will encourage delegates to develop an enhanced understanding of the nature, size and scale of bribery and corruption, and how to identify risks.
How to manage the risks according to the six guiding principles to mitigate the risk of corporate prosecution.
Analyse case enforcement action from UK and internationally.