Adare is committed to the prevention of bribery and corruption and endeavours to conduct all its business with integrity and within the requirements of the Bribery Act 2010.

All staff, service providers and other third parties associated with Adare are required to engage in the highest standards of ethical business behaviour to ensure that appropriate and honest corporate decisions and actions are consistently taken.

Adare does not tolerate, permit or engage in bribery, corruption or improper payments of any kind in our business dealings, anywhere in the world, both with public officials and within the private sector.

Adare promotes transparency and insists all staff and associated third parties adhere to the Company's Anti-Bribery Policy. We have implemented a rolling programme of risk assessments, business-process reviews and awareness training for all staff to reduce any risk of potential non-compliant activity.

The Company's business policies and practices support Adare's adherence to the anti-bribery and corruption legislation. They encourage every employee and associated third party to practise and promote ethical and honest business practices at all times.

Any employee found in breach of the associated policies will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including summary dismissal; third parties associated with Adare who are found to be exposing Adare to bribery and corruption risk will be investigated and appropriate action taken.

Any concerns or suspicions relating to bribery and corruption should be immediately reported to any Director of the business.