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Who’s next?

In the past few days, it has emerged that Oxford University Press has paid £1.9 Million  to the Serious Fraud Office after admitting that two of their overseas subsidiary companies had obtained sales in Kenya and Tanzania by paying bribes.  … Continue reading

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Imran Khan – Anti-bribery campaigner

There’s a fascinating interview with Imran Khan in today’s Guardian.  Those of you who remember him as one of the great cricketers of his generation may also know that, after a career as a sportsman and international playboy, he discovered … Continue reading

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New! Improved! Bribery Act 2010 is here!

My daughter tells me that the Bribery Act is trending on Twitter today – a sign either that teen-aged kids have suddenly developed an interest in compliance matters, or that the corporate world has made yet another stride forward in … Continue reading

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A level playing field?

Sorry about the sporting analogy, but as it’s raining heavily at the moment, I immediately thought of cricket. I spoke at a seminar at the Publishers’ Association recently, on the subject of the new Bribery Act.  As always with Publishers, there … Continue reading

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