Course overview

Exposure to bribery and corruption can lead to both financial penalties and reputational damage. Major enforcement cases reveal that exposure is not just about prosecution or negative headlines but also regulatory enforcement for governance, risk management, system and control failings, including penalties and actions against individuals.

This workshop addresses the fundamentals of this aspect of financial crime to ensure firms stay on the right side of the legal and regulatory requirements of anti-bribery and corruption and minimise risks.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: 

  • Confirm your understanding of the relevant UK and US Law and regulation
  • Clarify your part in the process of anti-bribery
  • Understand the interaction between bribery and gifts and hospitality and conflicts of interest
  • Comprehend the need for business measures to prevent bribery
  • Discuss the penalties involved·

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Whether you are seeking to upskill your team, enhance productivity or foster a culture of continuous learning, we can deliver customised training programmes designed to meet your specific needs. If you have an enquiry, you can complete the in-house form and our training team will be in touch with next steps.

In-house training

Patrick Girling

Patrick Girling

Associate, Financial Services Training Partners (FSTP)

Patrick Girling is an experienced risk, compliance, and governance practitioner.  Patrick has worked in Financial Services for over 25 years.&nbs...

Patrick Girling is an experienced risk, compliance, and governance practitioner.  Patrick has worked in Financial Services for over 25 years.  Before setting up his own consultancy Patrick was Group Risk Director at Royal London Mutual Insurance.  In permanent employment Patrick held regulatory positions responsible for risk, compliance and audit.  

Since leaving the corporate world Patrick has supported businesses and Boards to develop appropriate risk and compliance frameworks as well as developing comprehensive approaches to governance and also served as Non-Executive Director where he chaired the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee.

Patrick is member of the Institute of Risk Management and has been a speaker at ILAG and business sponsored events.

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  • All operational risk professionals including financial crime compliance (FCC) and money laundering practitioners
  • Audit, assurance risk and compliance analysts
  • Managers of procurement operations