Date(s) - 25 Feb 2016
Marina Mandarin Singapore
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|With focused panel discussion groups and practice area workshops, Singapore Outbound Symposium 2017 will elucidate the key issues affecting in-house legal practice in Singapore 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
For sponsorship enquiries email Patrick Dransfield at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Outbound Risk & Compliance Symposium, Singapore 2016
25 February 2016 – Review
| Part of our series of more intimate risk and compliance symposiums, the In-House Community hosted 97 attendees in Singapore at the Marina Mandarin Singapore, by Meritus on February 25, 2016.
After brief welcome remarks from In-House Community co-director Patrick Dransfield, Kroll representatives discussed ‘The Importance of Information in Mitigating Transaction Risks: Looking at Investment and Transactions in Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines and the Region’s other Emerging Markets’.
This was followed by Simmons & Simmons’ session ‘Conducting Cross-Border Investigations: Best Practice in Detection, Management and Response’ and then ‘A Year in Review and Outlook for 2016 – Latest Legal and Tax Developments in the Mekong Region and the Special Focus on Other Emerging Markets in Bangladesh and the Philippines’, a session hosted by DFDL.
| To end the day, delegates were invited to play ‘The Game of Counter-party Risk: practical steps to ensure your institution can prevail in a crisis’: an interactive workshop during which players are given hypothetical scenarios and prizes are given for the best solution to fictitious crises.
As well as our co-hosts, we would also like to thank speakers Ron Yu, General Counsel, Gilkron Limited and Jude Ocampo, Partner, Ocampo & Suralvo Law Offices for their involvement in the success of this symposium.
“The Symposium exceeded my expectations … very practical with genuine content of interest”
Our special thanks go to: