What Does Anti-Corruption Mean for Tech?

techUK has partnered with Content Enablers, Dun & Bradstreet and Squire Patton Boggs to run a timely half day event on anti-corruption and how UK technology businesses approach screening to comply with anti-bribery, anti-money laundering and sanctions laws. This half day briefing looks at what specific issues (KYC, due diligence, export risks, and transaction screening) apply specifically to tech firms in their operations/investments/new market entries.

To book your space for £20 please click here.

This briefing is fundamental to those working in or those whose work involves legal or corporate compliance or responsibility for functional areas that oversee transactions or new business partner onboarding. With a range of expert speakers leading conversations on a number of key topics, this comprehensive event offers a concise format to learn about important updates, latest changes and enhancing knowledge. Those that are new to the area will also benefit from attending this event, with specific workshops discussions to aid your understanding of this highly complex subject.



  • Deciphering the legal requirements and best practices for screening business partners and transaction parties
  • Detailed understanding of relevant anti-bribery, anti-money laundering and sanctions requirements
  • Use of compliance tools and lessons learned in running an internal compliance program
  • Recent Developments in US Export Controls and Sanctions Policy, Law and Regulation

To book your space for £20 please click here.



9.30 Registration

9.50 Welcome by techUK

10.00 Understanding Transaction and Business Partner Due Diligence Requirements for The Technology Industry. 

UK Government, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (TBC) and Export Controls Joint Unit (TBC);  Squire Patton Boggs

  • Sanction Party Screening

  • Diversion Risk Screening

  • End-use/r Screening

  • Anti-money Laundering Screening

  • Anti-corruption screening

11:00 Lessons Learned and Tools for Screening Transactions and Business Partners. 

Moderator: Craig Melson, techUK; Panelist:  Transparency International and Dun & Bradstreet

12:00 Networking Lunch

12:45 Mitigating Compliance Risks through Training Solutions and Deploying Best Practices. 

Moderator: Brad Kabanuk, President, Content Enablers; Panelists: Dell and L3

13:30 Recent Developments in US Export Controls and Sanctions Policy, Law and Regulations Applicable to UK businesses. 

George Grammas, Squire Patton Boggs

14:00 techUK Benchmarking Initiative:  Questionnaire and Responses. 

Craig Melson, techUK

14:30 Wash-up and Q&A; Adjourn


Register via Eventbrite here.

  • Lucas Banach

    Lucas Banach

    PROGRAMME ASSISTANT | Financial Services & Payments, Electronics, Environment & Compliance, Data Centres, Digital Devices and Services and Membership team
    T 020 7331 2006
  • Craig Melson

    Craig Melson

    Programme Manager | Digital Devices, Consumer Electronics, Export Controls and Environment and Compliance
    T 020 7331 2172

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