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An Introduction to Anti-Bribery Management Systems (BS 10500): Doing right things by Alan Field

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CHAPTER 2: AN ABMS BY ANY OTHER NAME

What is an ABMS?

An ABMS is an anti-bribery management system.Yet this needs to be qualified.

An ABMS is not the same as financial and corporate governance rules to prevent bribery and fraud. However, it can be integrated as a part of it. For organisations in the UK, corporate governance or financial controls should already be in place to meet the requirements of the Bribery Act 2010.However, implementing an ABMS is still entirely optional.

BS 10500 is currently the basis for most ABMS implementations. BS 10500 is similar in approach to the family of international standards, such as ISO9001:2008 (quality management systems) or ISO2700:2013 (information security management systems), in that it is based on ...

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