TRACE produces 20+ events every year. These events bring together TRACE member companies to exchange best practices and discuss the latest anti-bribery compliance and enforcement trends. Events are held worldwide and include annual flagship conferences, senior level roundtables, and workshops designed for local employees and third parties. TRACE members also receive preferential pricing on partner events.
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2 December 2019 - 3 December 2019
General counsel, chief compliance officers, internal auditors, management team and other compliance, legal and risk control professionals across all industries around the world are warmly welcomed to join Asia Anti-Corruption Compliance Summit 2019. In this two-day seminar, industry leaders and policymakers from SEA, Japan, India and South Korea will present and discuss topics including recent actions, investigations in FCPA enforcement, policy updates in countries in Asia, anti money laundering, antitrust compliance, new technologies fighting corruption, and real world case studies etc.
If you would like to know more details such as agenda, registration process or sponsorship opportunity, please feel free to contact:
Tel. +86 (0)27 5160 3599
Email: [email protected]
Richard Dean is a partner in the Firm’s Washington, DC office and focuses on the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and related legislation, including US money laundering laws and their application to the activities of global companies in emerging markets such as the former Soviet Union, China, Indonesia and Latin America. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Mr. Dean worked at Coudert Brothers’ New York, Sydney, Moscow and Washington, DC offices, and was head of that firm’s Russia and Central Asia Practice from 1988 to 2005. He has an in-depth understanding of the key political, economic and cultural issues facing organizations doing business in these challenging markets.