The Bribery Act 2010 is far reaching in its scope and is intended to provide a more intensive mechanism to prosecute and control corruption and bribery in all its various forms. No firm or individual can afford to be without a working knowledge of the Act and an understanding of their obligations and the implications for themselves and their businesses. This course is intended to be a guide to the essential elements of the Act which will be of assistance to firms and individuals and their legal and compliance advisors. This course will help you understand the essentials of the Bribery Act 2010 and will give you a working knowledge of the structure of the Act and the offences it creates.
By the end of this course, participants will obtain a greater understanding of:
- The difference between ethics, morals and corporate responsibility
- What's at stake where corporate ethics is concerned
- How to identify ethics-related risks
This course is also included in the following pack: Regulation compliance pack
Authored by: Sarah Clarke
Sarah spent the first ten years of her career at the Independent Bar during which time she prosecuted and defended predominantly in the fields of financial fraud and confiscation. She became an In-House Counsel in the Enforcement Division of the FSA in 2005 and conducted many of the early Financial Services and Markets Tribunal Authorisations cases arising out of the FSA commencing regulation of mortgage and general insurance firms. Sarah regularly lectures on a range of regulatory subjects within the FSA and also for the Financial Services Lawyers Association, the Fraud Solicitors Group, Central Law Training, the Serious Fraud Office, Compliance Consultants and Commercial Law Firms.
CPD Points: 1
CPD Duration (hours): 1
Access: 12 months from purchase date