From Corporate Law Report:
"On October 9, the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) published new guidelines for the UK Bribery Act, setting the stage for significantly stricter enforcement of the anti-bribery law. Raymond Sweigart of law firm Pillsbury explains:
'The SFO now says that it will prosecute under the Bribery Act based primarily on the statute itself rather than on previous, more lenient and somewhat subjective guidance principles issued after the new law was introduced in July 2011. The newly announced policy had been predicted by many observers based on promises to tighten up enforcement made by the current director, David Green QC, on his appointment this past May.'
For your reference, an overview of the three key changes…”
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