Asian companies must adjust to the UK's anti-bribery laws

The UK Bribery Act has broad scope and will affect anyone doing business with the UK, and Asian companies need to assess their corruption-related risks, according to AlixPartners' Rob Morris.

Asian companies must adjust to the UK's anti-bribery laws

It’s been just over a year since the UK Bribery Act UKBA became law, and recently Britain’s Serious Fraud Office SFO has reaffirmed its commitment to pursuing bribery cases. The act and its enforcement have important consequences not only for UK companies, but for anyone doing business with the UK.

Rob Morris, managing director of AlixPartners, explains to FinanceAsia what the act means and its likely effect.

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