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The Bribery Act one year on – the real commercial impact plus special guest & ‘deep dive’ into hospitality

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The Bribery Act one year on – the real commercial impact plus special guest & ‘deep dive’ into hospitality

Plus: Special guest John Fisher from FMI brand engagement agency on Corporate Hospitality post Bribery Act – What companies are really doing

Launched amid a fanfare a year ago 12 months later there has been no corporate prosecution and no raid by the SFO.

But there has been plenty of activity behind the scenes.  On 18 June join us to find out about the impact the Bribery Act has had one year on.

Join us at 6pm on June 18th at our Crown Place Offices.

We will be look at enforcement activity over the last 12 months (there has been some), and also the commercial impact.

Find out what companies are doing in a post Bribery Act world about:

  • Corporate hospitality
  • Due diligence on third parties
  • Facilitation payments
  • Contractual protections

On corporate hospitality we will be joined by John Fisher from FMI.

FMI are brand engagement, corporate hospitality and incentives specialists.  In Olympic year John will tell you UK PLC is actually spending on corporate hospitality.  Are you worried about your Olympic hospitality. Sense check it with us on the night.

You may have thought the death knell for sales incentives was sounded by the Bribery Act.  Find out what happened in practice.  Expect some myths to be scotched and find out the UK’s most popular corporate hospitality gift.  You’ll be surprised.

And finally find out why companies should be in favour of the proposed government Deferred Prosecution Agreement regime announced in recent weeks which would make it easier for Companies to settle with government for bribery violations.

Enjoy the weather and look forward to seeing you on June 18.

If you would like to attend please contact



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