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Bribery Risk Management in China

January 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Time and Location
Date: January 27, 2020
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Place: JAMS, 620 8th Avenue, 34th Floor.

Presented by:
Asia Practice Committee, AABANY, SupChina

About the event:
Henry Chen, a senior partner of Dentons Shanghai Office and the former Asia Pacific Compliance Director of Ford, will present on the
topic “Bribery Risk Management in China”. Henry is listed as a recognized lawyer 2020 of Chambers Asia Pacific on corporate investigation/anti-corruption. Author of the book Risk Management on Commercial Bribery in China (published in Chinese in 2014) and the book Compliance Risks of Enterprises in Globalization: Outbreak and Control (published in Chinese in 2019). Henry is also the Chairman of the Compliance Management Committee of China Enterprise Culture Improvement Association. The issue we will explore in the presentation is as follows:
-What are the particulars of bribery in China?
-How are bribery cases discovered?
-What are the risk profiles under the laws of major jurisdictions?
-How to strategize risk management cross-border?
-How to identify risks and risk sources?
-How to evaluate bribery risks?
-What are legal defense and safe harbors of different laws and how to construct them?
-How to design internal controls: financial and non-financial?
-How to penetrate risks and due diligence business partners?
-What are common pitfalls of a whistleblowing system and how to address them?
-How to audit bribery risks, outbound and inbound?
-Self-disclosure or not: what to consider to make such a difficult decision?
-What is attorney-client privilege and how to preserve it in China?
-How to do regulatory settlement when investigated (other than regulatory capture or regulatory bully)?
-How to foster and enhance compliance culture?

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Details

Date:
January 27
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Venue

Jams
620 8th Avenue, 34th Floor
New York, NY United States
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