Anti bribery and corruption Officer—ABC Officer—job description and role profile

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  • Anti bribery and corruption Officer—ABC Officer—job description and role profile

Anti bribery and corruption Officer—ABC Officer—job description and role profile

Anti-bribery and corruption Officer (ABC Officer) details

Name of organisation[Insert name]
Name of ABC Officer[Insert name]
Reports to[Insert name]
Full time/part time[Insert whether full or part time]
Details of any other roles held within the organisation[Insert details]
Date appointed by the organisation[Insert date]

Role summary

The Bribery Act 2010 (BA 2010) requires all businesses with a trading presence in the UK to have adequate procedures to prevent bribery. The ABC Officer is responsible for ensuring systems and controls are of the required standard to enable [insert organisation name], including its managers and employees, to comply with these obligations.

Job description/Role profile

Develop and oversee [insert organisation’s name]’s systems and controls regarding anti-bribery and corruption.

Support and co-ordinate senior management focus on and promote a culture of awareness of anti-bribery and corruption throughout the organisation.

Be the key contact within [insert organisation’s name] for all activity relating to anti-bribery and corruption.

Conduct appropriate risk assessments and take a risk-based approach to anti-bribery and corruption.

Oversee the design, development and delivery of all anti-bribery and corruption related training.

Establish and maintain appropriate and risk-sensitive policies and procedures relating to:

  1. due diligence measures and ongoing monitoring of agent and intermediary arrangements

  2. arrangements for giving and/or receiving gifts and hospitality

  3. arrangements for making charitable/political donations

  4. other internal controls

  5. internal reporting

  6. risk assessment and management

  7. monitoring and managing

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