Duxes will host (ACCN) the 14th China Anti-Corruption Compliance Summit 2020 in June, 2020 in Shanghai, China. The summit will gather government officials and industry leaders to discuss important developments, including anti-corruption policy and enforcement trends, experience sharing and solutions to common challenges, as well as best practices for compliance, self-reporting and managing third-party risks.
Furthermore, speakers representing a wide range of institutions, including official agencies, industry associations, and leading multinational companies, will share valuable insights on this important area of business conduct.
The comprehensive, in-depth event will cover influential policies in territories such as the U.S., China, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, and explore the wider relevance of current regulations in the context of global bodies such as the Department of Justice and the European Union. Special sections of ACCN will focus on topics such as China’s Overseas Anti-commercial Bribery Law, the latest enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in light of the current China-US trade war, the effect of China’s data privacy laws, and more.
The 14th China Anti-Corruption Compliance Summit 2020 (ACCN) furthers Duxes’ decade-long commitment to assisting companies in combating corruption, and facilitating exchange between private and public sector institutions. ACCN is the leading platform in the region, organized to give participants the most relevant and authoritative insights into this important area of business conduct. Professionals working in compliance, for law and consulting firms, or in related fields, are invited to attend.
What you will learn?
1. Interconnectivity of China’s data privacy and bribery laws
2. The key point of medical anti-corruption supervision: Sales expenses of pharmaceutical enterprises
3. Case study in self-reporting and cooperation
4. Internal auditing: Fighting fraud and corruption from the inside
5. How internet companies can achieve anti-corruption ‘encirclement’
6. The Partnership Between Compliance and Cyber Security
7. New Technologies to Fight Against Corruption
8. Analyzing the DOJ’s new Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (ECCP)
9. Understanding and mitigating third-party risk
For further information, please contact:
Ms. Cindy CUI
Tel.: + 86 21 5258 8005 Ext. 8253