Anti-Corruption clause webinar

Overview

Learn how BIMCO's Anti-Corruption Clause for Charter Parties can help owners and charterers respond in a practical way to demands for "facilitation" payments by port officials.

The hour long webinar discusses how the Anti-Corruption Clause can help owners and charterers tackle corruption issues through a practical and collaborative process to resist demands for "facilitation payments". 

The Clause is analysed by three members of the team who wrote it. Inga Froysa of Klaveness, Tim Springett of the UK Chamber of Shipping and Karl Even Rygh of Nordisk in Oslo share their views on how the Clause is intended to work and discuss the practical aspects of implementing anti-corruption procedures to ensure compliance.

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