Who said it?

'I can't pretend that Christmas gifts will be at the top of the Serious Fraud Office's priority list. But it will be taken into account on the day of reckoning.' - Edwin Harland, a director in PwC's forensic services practice, warns that corporate Christmas gifts could be illegal under the new Bribery Act.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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