Anti-bribery policy

The Bribery Act 2010 provides the four main offences: 

1. giving or offering a bribe 
2. receiving or requesting a bribe 
3. bribing a foreign public official (also known as facilitation payments) 
4. negligently failing to prevent a bribe (corporate offence). 

Under the Bribery Act, an offence has been committed even if no money or goods have been exchanged and a bribe has no minimum value.