Supported by Hogan Lovells, The 6th Anti-Corruption China Summit will be held in Beijing 15-17 November 2011.
Hogan Lovells Partner Mark Lin and Counsel Eugene Chen will be speaking at the Summit.
Greater enforcement from the FCPA, Chinese authorities, the UK Bribery Act and the whistleblower provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act mean that risk of investigations and fines are growing. However cultural issues in China make compliance difficult. The Summit will take a practical, hands-on approach to solving the challenges the organisations face. Speakers will show their live compliance programmes and share how they effectively screen and monitor third party risk, conduct business effectively and legally with government officials, successfully manage gift, travel and entertainment policies, train front-line staff, conduct cost-effective and thorough investigations when needed and effectively respond to cases when they occur.
For more information please visit the event website on http://www.anticorruptionchinabj.com/2011/AntiCorruptionChina2011Beijing/en/Home/index.jsp