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Anti-bribery guidance in SME supply chains

In Real Business, Corporate solicitor Ayesha Chandegra writes a piece on bribery within SME supply chains.

This comes after a recent report where less than a third of corporations failed to address corruption and bribery issues with their suppliers despite commitments to sustainability policies. 

SMEs should have in place an anti-bribery and corruption policy internally for its staff and with supply chains to ensure compliance with the law and to promote ethical trading. To draft such policy, as a starting point, an assessment should be carried out to consider the risks exposed to supply chains and how the SME plans to combat it. Ayesha shows what to look out for and monitor.

Click here to read the full article at Real Business


If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Corporate law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Ayesha Chandegra on 01727 798104.

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Chris Wilks is an experienced corporate partner who focuses on advising small and medium sized companies and individual investors.
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