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The key points of the Act that affect small businesses are as follows: An organisation could be liable if a very senior person in the organisation (for example, a managing director) commits a bribery offence, i.e. offering, promising or giving a reward to induce a person to act improperly, or accepting a bribe. An organisation could also be liable where it fails to prevent someone who performs services for it – like an employee or agent – paying a bribe specifically to get business, keep business, or gain a business advantage for the organisation. However, it is very unlikely that