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UK Bribery Act: Strategy and Implementation, 19-21 May 2014, Hong Kong

This comprehensive training course on the Bribery Act, conducted by Euromoney Training, will provide participants with a holistic overview of the latest trends and developments. Whilst the Act was passed in 2010, we are only now beginning to feel its bite. The Course Director will guide you through industry proven tools and techniques.

Course Overview

This course on the Bribery Act, conducted by Euromoney Training, will demonstrate how to fight bribery and financial crime, and ensure compliance with anti-bribery regulation. This course will equip you with the knowledge of the specific controls and procedures which will constitute “adequate procedures” under the Bribery Act as well as the role and responsibility of the Board and senior management in ensuring your company’s compliance with anti-bribery laws.

Summary of course content

  • The latest developments in the Bribery Act
  • Key strategies for effective procedures
  • How best to deal with regulators and law enforcement
  • Responsibility of the directors and senior management
  • How to identify the high risk sectors, companies and jurisdictions
  • Prevention, detection and investigation of bribery


The course will be based around class exercises and case studies with real-life examples. It is an intensive and interactive course that will provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends and developments.

Who should attend this training course?

This course is suitable for senior executives in:

  • Compliance
  • Legal,
  • Company Secretarial
  • Risk
  • Finance
  • Accounts
  • Internal Audit
  • Board Directors

The Course Director is a world-renowned expert on anti-money laundering and anti-fraud procedures. She is the author of the original Accountants Digest publication on money laundering, published by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. For more than twenty years she has specialized in fraud investigations and recoveries and has lectured throughout the world on anti-money laundering policies and procedures.
She was the Head of Forensic Services – West Region for KPMG and Forensic Services Partner with Grant Thornton. For the last ten years she has been Managing Director of a specialist investigative accountancy firm. Monica’s professional qualifications include Solicitor of the Senior Courts, Chartered Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner and Member of the Academy of Experts.

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12 Feb 2014

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