Date/Time
Date(s) - 31 May 2016
All Day

Location
The Excelsior, Hong Kong

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With focused panel discussion groups and practice area workshops, Risk & Compliance Symposium, Hong Kong 2017 will elucidate the key issues affecting in-house legal practice in Hong Kong 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 congress@inhousecommunity.com

For co-hosting enquiries email Patrick Dransfield at patrick.dransfield@inhousecommunity.com



Risk & Compliance Symposium, Hong Kong 2016
31 May 2016 – Review

Risk & Compliance Symposium, Hong Kong 2016 hosted by Pacific Business Press brought together approximately 120 senior counsel, Directors and CEOs to analyse and discuss issues such as: Cybersecurity Risks; Bribery and Corruption in Asia Pacific; Trends and Responses to the Risks of Distressed Loan and Collateral Located in China; and The Game of Counter-party Risk: practical steps to ensure your institution can prevail in a crisis

Our special thanks go to:

Co-Hosts:
Debevoise & Plimpton
Herbert Smith Freehills
King & Wood Mallesons

Our Hong Kong Risk & Compliance Symposium, a sister event to the In-House Congress, gathered 115 of our community for a day of workshops focussing on anti-corruption and compliance and ending with The Game of Counter-party Risk: practical steps to ensure your institution can prevail in a crisis.

Patrick Dransfield, Publishing Director Asian-mena Counsel and Co-Director In-House Community first welcomed guests, after which co-hosts deliberated on their chosen areas, chronologically: Cyber Risks, hosted by Debevoise & Plimpton; Bribery and Corruption in Asia Pacific, featuring thoughts from Herbert Smith Freehills; and Trend and Responses to the Risks of Distressed Loan and Collateral Located in China, presented by King & Wood Mallesons.

The Game of Counter-party Risk which rounded out the day was adjudicated by Ron Yu, General Counsel, Gilkron Limited with vital input from our experienced panel of co-judges: Connie Wu, Director, Head of Business Intelligence Unit APAC, Deutsche Bank AG, Hong Kong Branch; Kyle Wombolt, Global Head of Corporate Crime & Investigations, Partner, Hong Kong, Herbert Smith Freehills; and James Guan, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons. We would like to thank all those who took part, both as attendees and co-hosts.

“An informative and interactive event”
– In-House Symposium delegate