National Crime Agency gives evidence on the Bribery Act 2010
23 November 2018
The Select Committee on the Bribery Act 2010 hears evidence from international experts on bribery law and senior officials from the National Crime Agency (NCA).
Tuesday 27 November, Committee Room 4, Palace of Westminster
- Roger A. Burlingame, Partner, Dechert LLP
- Dr Branislav Hock, Lecturer in Counter Fraud Studies, University of
- Donald Toon, Director of Prosperity (Economic Crime and Cyber Crime), National Crime Agency
- James Mitra, Senior Operations Manager, International Corruption Unit, National Crime Agency
- What effect do you think the Bribery Act 2010 has had on business practices of UK and international companies?
- How prevalent do you think bribery by UK companies is?
- How does the Bribery Act compare with equivalent legislation in other countries?
- What kind of bribery cases does the NCA typically handle, and what trends have you observed in the time since the Bribery Act has been in force?
- Has the Bribery Act made securing convictions easier?
- Is the funding model of the NCA capable of delivering effective enforcement of bribery in the UK and by UK companies abroad?
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