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Anti-Bribery Toolkit


Professional conduct

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19 April 2012

Law Society Publishing


Paperback + CD
88 pages

Anti-Bribery Toolkit
The Law Society's Risk and Compliance Service

Amy Bell


The impact of the Bribery Act 2010 is significant for most UK businesses and employers.For the first time a new statutory definition of 'bribery' means that commercialorganisations of any size must review their procedures, and look to their lawyers for thedevelopment of policies and training to establish anti-corruption safeguards.This toolkit contains a mixture of draft policies, procedural checklists and otherinstruments demonstrating due diligence to assist practitioners, including:

  • governance policies
  • staff checks checklist
  • file reviews
  • accounting procedures and checklists
  • risk sssessment policies
  • register of expenditure.


1. The law;
2. Adequate procedures;
3. Risk management;
4. Implementation;
5. Anti-bribery policy;
6. Gifts andhospitality;
7. Procurement;
8. Reporting procedure;
9. Associated parties;
10. Communication to staff;
11. Training;
12. Client relations;
13. Wider publication;
14. Auditing. Appendices (contained on CD-ROM): The Bribery Act 2010;
Risk assessment template;
Implementation checklist;
Anti-bribery policy;
Gift and corporate hospitality policy;
Giftand hospitality register;
Prevention of bribery in procurement policy;
Procurement register;
Reporting procedure;
Reporting form;
Due diligence on associated parties Policy;
Text of e-mail to all regarding the anti-bribery policy;
Draftcommunication to clients;
Short form policy for publication;
Audit checklist.

About the Author

Amy Bell is a Senior Associate at Pannone Solicitors in Manchester where she manages the compliance team.