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Anti-Corruption in China: Managing from Legal Perspective
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The Anti- Corruption campaign has been gaining momentum ever since the new chairman Xi Jing Ping took over the position. This seminar will provide all the necessary information about Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption Actions in China for foreign companies and what the companies and their employees need to avoid.

07/05/2015
When: Thursday, May 7th, 2015
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: CanCham Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Recky Lai


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Anti-Corruption in China:
Managing from Legal Perspective

How to Avoid Being Blacklisted and Fined?
Date:
Thursday, May 7th , 2015
Time:
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue:




CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Rd
Central
Hong Kong

Price:


Members $200
Non-Members $300
(Business Lunch will be Provided)


About the Event:

The Anti- Corruption campaign has been gaining momentum ever since the new chairman Xi Jing Ping took over the position. The “shock and awe” approach has achievedsignificant results across different sections of the Party, the government, and the military.The consequences of being found guilty of corruption in China are greater for foreign companies than for domestic firms, and prosecutions could cause serious damage to overseas investors’ development in the country. Foreign companies should be aware of serious consequences such as huge fines, blacklisting, imprisonment of key people and effects on continuing operations in China. This seminar will provide all the necessary information aboutAnti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption Actions in China for foreign companies and what the companies and their employees need to avoid.

This event is co-hosted with The Singapore Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong)

 


About the Speaker:
Caroline Berube
HJM Asia Law, Managing Partner


Caroline Berube is the Managing Partner of HJM Asia Law (with offices in China and Singapore).She is admitted to the New York Bar, the Singapore Bar andholds a BCL (civil law) and an LL.B. (common law) from McGill University in Montreal. Caroline also studied for a year at the National University of Singapore in 1998, where she focused on Chinese law. Caroline has been working in Asia for more than 15 years with SMEs, MNCs and foreign banks, advising them in the field of commercial law, intellectual property, human resources and M&A in the Asia Pacific region. She spent the majority of this time in China, Bangkok and Singapore when she initially worked in a British law firm.

With an extensive presence on the ground in Asia, Caroline is well versed in the opportunities and risks associated with most Asian jurisdictions. She is highly regarded for her legal expertise in setting up legal and tax corporate structures in Asia, and navigating the challenges and options faced by potential and existing investorsinAsia.

Caroline has been quoted in numerous publications, such as the Singapore Straits Times, the Business Times, Bloomberg News, Asian Legal Business and La Presse. She is also a regular speaker at various international conferences and recently presented a week’s lecture series at the Sorbonne Assas Law School, Asia Campus in Singapore.

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