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Anti-Corruption China Summit

30 November 2010 - 02 December 2010 Beijing

Crispin Rapinet will present on "Exploring the implications of the UK Bribery Act and how it will effect businesses with activities in China"

Ty Cobb will chair the Day 1 conference and present on "Analysing the FAQs that come from frontline employees to shape your anti-corruption compliance programme in China"

The agenda of the Anti-Corruption China Summit shapes around the following key themes:

  • China - address the issues unique to the business and bribery in China in depth and explore all the perspectives in detailed panel discussions
  • Compare compliance solutions such as encouraging employee buy-in, dealing with FAQs from other departments and assessing third party risk
  • Taking lessons from recent legal prosecution cases and applying them to the compliance programme
  • Understanding the context by investigating different approaches to compliance, the psychology of bribing and dealing with top management
  • Improving the internal investigation strategy in China – dealing with the nuances that make uncovering the truth about an act of bribery difficult and improving your RoI for the investigation

Further details can be found at http://www.anticorruptionchinabj.com/

The Regent Beijing, China
99 Jinbao Street, Dongcheng District

30 November 2010 - 02 December 2010

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