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Standard Document #C19

In accordance with the Bribery Act 2010, bribery is defined as giving someone a financial or other advantage to induce them to perform their functions or activities improperly, or to reward them for having already done so. In addition, there is an offence relating to failure by a business to prevent a person associated with it from committing the above offences on its behalf in order to win business, keep business or gain a business advantage for the organisation.

Published August 2022

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Standard Document C19 - Anti Bribery Policy

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