Date(s) - 05 Jul 2017
8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel
The potential implications of China’s new Cybersecurity Law, as well as privacy issues globally, have been front of mind for many in-house counsel in the country, so it was a well-timed Risk & Compliance Symposium at the Renaissance Shanghai Pudong on July 5, that brought together around 100 senior in-house counsel for a day of workshops and interactive learning.
The forum opened with an in-depth look at International Cybersecurity Risks from Mark Johnson and Philip Rohlik of Debevoise & Plimpton. This was followed by an introduction to China’s new Cyber-security Law, its implementation regulations and their impact on the compliance of international companies and internal investigations, presented by Harry Liu of King & Wood Mallesons. Following a networking lunch our assembled in-house counsel demonstrated their combined knowledge and teamwork in our unique “Game of Counterparty Risk”, adjudicated by our co-hosts and its co-creator, Ronald Yu.
Bookings are closed for this event.