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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:
Read the leaflet below for more information on how the bribery laws could affect your business.
Download ‘Bribery Act 2010 guidance’ (PDF, 38KB)
Once you have an anti-bribery policy you should:
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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