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ACBC Victoria is pleased to invite you to hear from Mr Steven Fox, CEO at Veracity Worldwide, and Ms Annette Hughes, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth discuss business opportunities in China, looking through the frame of risk - who you partner with, your agents, staff and associates and the legal, reputation and financial risks inherent in navigating the China marketplace.
Entering into and doing business in China presents unique challenges. Assessing risk and conducting due diligence on the target of an acquisition, merger or any significant investment, as well as prospective partners in joint ventures or other business relationships and contractual parties is imperative.
So if you take the leap into China, what is best practice? How do you verify your partner? What processes, procedures and systems do you have in place to investigate, minimise and manage fraud, bribery and corruption risks? When something goes wrong, how do you manage the situation?
Drawing from their extensive international experience and using China specific case studies and understanding, Steven and Annette will work through key issues including bribery, corruption, reputation and supply chain concerns and aim to answer such questions as:
Join us to hear their unique stories and valuable insights.
About our speakers:
Steven is the Global CEO of Veracity Worldwide, a New York based advisory firm that provides clients operating in complex emerging markets with strategic insights specialising in business, reputation, and political economic risks derived from an extensive human source network.
Annette leads Corrs Chambers Westgarth's Anti-Corruption practice and is on the firm's Executive Leadership Team. Corrs is an independent, client driven commercial law firm, bringing insight, innovation and agility to create client success on a global stage. Annette is a recognised expert in anti-corruption compliance and risk management, investigations (regulatory and internal), and related disputes and outcomes.
Date: Wednesday 27 July 2016
Time: 2.30pm - 4.00pm (includes light refreshments)
Venue: Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Level 25, 567 Collins St, Melbourne 3000
Cost: $55 for ACBC Members and $65 General Admission (+GST and online booking fee)
Enquiries: (03) 9027 5606 or firstname.lastname@example.org