An invaluable refresher detailing your responsibilities under the Bribery Act 2010 and the Criminal Finances Act 2017
The Bribery Act has been with us since 2010 and many firms have forgotten about it, now that they have their internal procedures in place. However, now is the time to dust off the old policies and check that they are still operational and ‘fit for purpose’.
The Criminal Finances Act 2017 makes almost identical provisions in relation to tax evasion advice, so now is a good time to refresh your thinking and adapt your policies.
This webinar will look at the following topics:
• The Bribery Act 2010 – key offences
• Criminal Finances Act 2017 – tax evasion facilitation offences
• The role of advisers, their staff and agents
• Key internal systems and procedures
o Policy from the top
o Due diligence
o Visible policy prevention
o Internal training and supervision
Trevor is a solicitor and legal training and management consultant; Until going freelance in 1999 Trevor was a full time lecturer with the University of Law, ending his career as a Principal Lecturer at the York Branch. Until recently he was Head of Law Programmes at BPP. Throughout his career, he has lectured extensively on Professional Conduct, Management skills such as Client Care, Time Management and Appraisals, Financial Services matters, including Money Laundering, as well as mainstream academic law subjects.
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