UK Bribery Act

The Bribery Act has far reaching implications for all commercial organisations and needs to be properly understood by businesses as part of their risk management strategies. It makes businesses liable for the acts of third parties performing services for them and therefore affects how organisations should choose business counterparties, including suppliers, agents and subcontractors. It also has implications for how contracts should be drafted and mergers and acquisitions approached.

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