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Managing more bribery risk post-Brexit

25 February 2019. Published by Sam Tate, Partner

We regularly hosts financial crime related round-tables exploring with interested groups including government and enforcement agencies, clients and NGOs, practical solutions and insights to the most complex and topical issues.

Brexit is a such an issue and earlier this month, RPC was delighted to invite the Home Office, DFID and UK Export Finance to a round-table event with General Counsels, Heads of Compliance and Heads of Financial Crime, in a discussion that included discussing effective business strategies to help manage bribery risk post the UK's departure from the European Union.

The discussion also related to the significant progress made by the UK government on its UK Anti-corruption Strategy 2017 – 2022.

The session was moderated by Sam Tate, a partner at RPC, and included contributions directly from the legal experts in the key post-Brexit markets of Nigeria, China and India.

RPC is grateful for everyone's contributions to the above event and throughout 2019, RPC will be hosting further financial crime focused round-table sessions.  These will include on 20 May 2019 an event in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Investigators. Further details to follow.