KPMG is hosting a session focused specifically on how the Bribery Act, impacts public sector entities and Government of Bermuda departments.
22 February 2018, 9:00AM - 11:00AM, ASTRegister
The Bribery Act was passed in the Legislature in December 2016. The Act came into force on September 1, 2017. The Act places new requirements on public and private sector entities to report and prevent bribery and corruption. Public and private sector employees are mandated to report any offer of a bribe, or risk facing stiff penalties.
KPMG is hosting a breakfast session focused specifically on how the Act impacts public sector entities including Government of Bermuda departments, regulators and other entities which are owned or funded by the Government of Bermuda. Detective Chief Inspector Nicholas Pedro of the Bermuda Police Service will attend the session as a guest speaker.
The breakfast session will cover:
1 CPD credit per session.
This is an open invitation, so please feel free to pass it on to any colleagues who may be interested in attending.
Please click here to register and pay the registration fee.
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