The Bribery Act and Adequate Procedures Guidance TOPICS

OVERVIEW Bribery Act Adequate Procedures Guidance

The Bribery Act 2010 was introduced to update and enhance UK law on bribery including foreign bribery in order to address better the requirements of the 1997 OECD anti-bribery Convention. It is now among the strictest legislation internationally on bribery. Notably, it introduces a new strict liability offence for companies and partnerships of failing to prevent bribery.

For more information on the Bribery Act, please visit our Anti-Bribery Guidance website. This flagship guidance presents global anti-bribery and corruption best practice for companies, drawing upon expertise from over 120 leading compliance and legal practitioners and Transparency International’s extensive global experience.  This free-to-use online portal complements and expands all of TI-UK’s Business Integrity guidance since the release of the original Adequate Procedures publication.