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The Bribery Act & the Construction & Infrastructure Sector – Join us for an audience with SFO Director, Richard Alderman

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Friday 4 November, Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Place, EC2A 4ES. 8am – 10am

Following the launch of UKCG’s anti-bribery code and guidance, UKCG and Pinsent Masons – Global Construction Law Firm of the Year – are holding a Bribery Act breakfast seminar on Friday 4 November at the London offices of Pinsent Masons.

The event will provide an opportunity to debate issues of concern about the application of the new Bribery Act with experts from Pinsent Masons and Deloitte with a projects, construction and infrastructure focus.  We will also be looking at the state of play in the early months of the new law and the likely shape of things to come, nationally and internationally.

The key note speaker will be Richard Alderman, Director of the Serious Fraud Office.

The event is open to all UKCG members, supply chain partners and organisations operating in the construction and infrastructure sector both in the UK and in global markets.

If you would like to register your interest attend the breakfast meeting please contact Barry via email on, places will be limited.

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