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11th Anti-corruption Compliance in China Summit 2018

June 6-8, 2018 · Crowne Plaza Beijing Chaoyang U-Town, China

Duxes held the 11th China Anti-Corruption Compliance Summit 2018 on June 6-8 in Beijing. Delegates representing major multinationals, law firms, as well as government and non-profit institutions, gathered to discuss the state of anti-corruption enforcement in China, optimal compliance strategies, and share firsthand experiences in the field.

Over the course of the three day summit, speakers and panelists addressed a range of important compliance issues, some specific to China, and others universally applicable to compliance in Asia, and around the world. Presentations detailed anti-bribery regulations and enforcement trends in China, risk assessment, proper procedures in response to dawn raids, anti-cartel enforcement and compliance in the U.S., recent developments in Hong Kong, the impact of the ISO 37001 management system, third party due diligence, and other essential topics.

Notably, this year’s event featured a new format, lightning talks, in which delegates broke into small groups to discuss a set of pre-arranged topics, among which included the impact of the Belt and Road initiative on compliance, regional compliance challenges in China, distinctions between Chinese and foreign companies, big data analysis, supply chains and due diligence, and compliance risks for multinationals resulting from gifts.

The 11th China Anti-Corruption 2018 concluded as a success, having educated attendees on important developments in anti-corruption compliance, and facilitated discussion among a diverse group of experts in the field. In particular, the new format, which empowered delegates to share their views and pool knowledge, drew acclaim and continued Duxes’ commitment to equipping public and private sector institutions to fight corruption. Special acknowledgement is due to all of the event sponsors and collaborating organizations that helped make the summit possible.

Contact Information:
Ms. Cindy Cui
Tel.: +86 21 5258 8005 Ext. 8253
E-mail: cindy.cui@duxes.cn