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BP on the UK Bribery Bill: What it Means for Anti-corruption Compliance in Corporations

Posted: 09/16/2010

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Tim Langton, VP Compliance and Ethics, Exploration and Production, Group Compliance and Ethics, BP, discusses the UK Bribery Bill and what it means for anti-corruption compliance. Langton gives a recap of the main offences of the bribery bill, such as giving and receiving a bribe. He speaks on the reach of this bill as it relates to oil and gas companies.

Watch the video, recorded at the 2010 Internal and Regulatory Investigations in Oil and Gas conference to find out more about the UK Bribery Bill.

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