Date(s) - 05 Jul 2016
Renassance Shanghai Pudong Hotel
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|With focused panel discussion groups and practice area workshops, Risk & Compliance Symposium, China 2017 will elucidate the key issues affecting in-house legal practice in China and throughout the region today.
For details on how to attend this invite only event, free to corporate counsel and senior management, contact Wendy Chan by email at email@example.com
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|Risk & Compliance Symposium, China 2016
5 July 2016 – Review
Risk & Compliance Symposium, China 2016 hosted by Pacific Business Press brought together over 120 senior counsel, Directors and CEOs to analyse and discuss issues such as: The Impact of Recent Legislation on Anti-Bribery Law Enforcement by AIC; Bribery and Corruption in Asia Pacific; and Cybersecurity Risks.
Our special thanks go to:
On July 5, over 120 in-house legal and compliance counsel and company directors gathered at the Renaissance Shanghai in Pudong for the 4th annual In-House Community Risk & Compliance Symposium, China. With opportunities to share and discuss the key issues facing those with a responsibility for reducing and mitigating the risks faced by their organisations, the day encompassed informative workshops addressing: ‘Cybersecurity Risks’, ‘The Impact of Recent Legislation on Anti-Bribery Law Enforcement by the AIC’ and ‘Bribery and Corruption across the Asia Pacific’ hosted by Debevoise & Plimpton, Herbert Smith Freehills, and King & Wood Mallesons.
The day closed with our unique ‘Game of Counter-party Risk’, a collaborative game in which delegates worked within teams to resolve ‘life-like’ risk senarios, that reinforced the lessons learned from the earlier sessions, with the opportunity of prizes.
Thanks go to all the aforementioned co-hosts for their participation and support of this year’s event.
“Excellent … I always learn something at this event”
– Shanghai Symposium delegate