Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
It is illegal to offer, promise, give, request, agree, receive or accept bribes – an anti-bribery policy can help protect your business.
You should have an anti-bribery policy if there is a risk that someone who works for you or on your behalf might be exposed to bribery.
Your anti-bribery policy should be appropriate to the level of risk your business faces. Your policy should include:
- Your approach to reducing and controlling the risks of bribery;
- Rules about accepting gifts, hospitality or donations;
- Guidance on how to conduct your business, e.g. negotiating contracts;
- Rules on avoiding or stopping conflicts of interest.
Once you have an anti-bribery policy you should:
- tell your staff and make sure they understand the policy;
- monitor and review your policy regularly;
- Outline any consequences of not adopting the policy.
How we can help
Our experienced consultants can assist you with compiling, regularly reviewing and updating your Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy so that you meet the legal obligations imposed on your business.
If you would like to talk to us about your policy requirements, please contact our expert consultancy team on 01708 555544 or complete the enquiry form.