Anti-Bribery & Corruption

01 January 2020 00:00 by Carmen Tang

Businesses face significant penalties for noncompliance with the various anti-bribery laws. Significant commercial implications such as reputational damage and potential civil action from shareholders can also result. The Hong Kong Anti-Bribery and Corruption module outlines your organisation’s obligations and helps you reduce your regulatory risk.

Module Scope:

Core Obligations

  • Overview
  • Risk Identification
  • Duties of Directors and Other Officers
  • Reporting and Record Keeping
  • Guidelines and Policies
  • Prevention and Monitoring
  • Investigation and Enforcement
  • Awareness of and Training in Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy

Legal Landscape

  • Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (Cap 201)
  • Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance (Cap 204)
  • Banking Ordinance (Cap 155)
  • Theft Ordinance (Cap 210)
  • and 10 other compliance sources


  • Independent Commission Against Corruption
  • Hong Kong Monetary Authority
  • United Nations through the ratification of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption by the Central Government of People’s Republic of China in January 2006, the Convention has extended to Hong Kong in February 2006