On December 11-12, 2014, leading law firms, senior management and representatives of relevant law enforcement bodies will meet in Hong Kong to discuss the future of anti-corruption and compliance in and across the Asia Pacific region at the 2nd Anti-Corruption Compliance Asia Pacific Summit 2014.
This comes after 2013, a significant year for anti-corruption in which we saw two of the largest settlements in the history of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the highly publicized allegations of corruption surrounding GlaxoSmithKline in China.
Speakers are set to discuss how to encourage cooperation between companies and government bodies across the region in order to fight corruption, citing case studies of successful joint law enforcement from last year.
Experts will also advise businesses on how best to operate their companies with particular attention to practices involving human resources and will illuminate and explain potential problems and sources of confusion in some Asian countries.
This summit is sure to be a great opportunity to hear about new methods of training staff in how to comply with anti-corruption laws, especially when giving or receiving gifts or entertainment and how to establish a ‘culture of compliance’.
Not only this, but emerging companies will be able to receive the invaluable advice of seasoned professionals who will offer their invaluable advice on how to deal with third parties and protect oneself against corrupt practices as well as how to react if faced with allegations of corruption.
For more information, please visit the 2nd Anti-Corruption Compliance Asia Pacific Summit 2014 website at www.duxes-events.com/acap2 or contact Ms. Rainie Shi at + 86 21 5258 8005 * 8107 or by email [email protected]