26 June 2015
The Economic Crime Academy’s Mike Betts has just returned from delivering bribery standards training in South Korea.
The training, delivered in partnership with the British Standards Institute, centres on implementing the UK’s new Anti-Bribery Standard, BS10500.
BS10500 is a hallmark of quality for Anti-Bribery Management Systems within an organisation. The British Standard’s Institute have worked in conjunction with leading Bribery and Corruption specialists from the City of London Police to develop this standard to establish proof of anti-bribery measures, increasingly a requirement of customers across the globe.
Anti-bribery legislation is getting tougher. No organisation is immune from bribery risk; however organisations can demonstrate that they have adequate procedures in place to prevent bribery and the financial and reputational costs associated with it.
As a leading expert in his field, A/DI Mike Betts has delivered a number of training courses for BSI under an arrangement with the Economic Crime Academy.
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