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NBAS Annual General Meeting & Luncheon Talk, Wednesday 26 March 2014, 12pm-2pm

News   •   Mar 05, 2014 15:33 +08

Dear NBAS Member and Friends,

We are pleased to invite you to the NBAS Annual General Meeting 2014, followed by a Luncheon Talk by Mr Wilson Ang,  Partner of Norton Rose Fulbright (Asia) LLP in Singapore.

The topic will be “NAVIGATING THE TREACHEROUS WATERS OF CORRUPTION IN ASIA” 

  • Venue: Goodwood Park Hotel, Tudor Ballroom, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221 
  • Time:  Wednesday 26 March 2014 at 12 noon – 2pm
  • Admission fee:  NBAS members: SGD 70, Non-members: SGD 85

Programme: 

  • 11:45 Registration starts
  • 12:00 Buffet lunch
  • 12:40 AGM
  • 13:00 Guest speaker Mr Wilson Ang

Supporting document for the AGM will be sent out latest by Friday 14 March 2014.

NAVIGATING THE TREACHEROUS WATERS OF CORRUPTION IN ASIA”

The stringency of international anti-corruption laws coupled with aggressive extraterritorial enforcement present a significant challenge for businesses operating in Asia - a region where corruption is perceived to be rife and endemic.  

Industry sectors which are characterised by high-value investment and significant government interaction and regulation, provide both opportunities and incentives for corruption. Apart from distorting the market and increasing the costs of doing business, corruption can also have significant consequences for the well-being of future generations from a development perspective, especially where decisions are required to be made with respect to the use and ownership of a country’s core resources and infrastructure.

In the face of such treacherous waters, how does one navigate the broad scope of the laws, the increasing levels of enforcement and the temptation to cut corners?

In this NBAS luncheon talk, Mr Wilson Ang, will address the following issues: 

  • Key applicable anti-corruption laws
  • Corruption risks of doing business in Asia
  • Practical steps to achieve anti-corruption compliance

Mr Wilson Ang heads up the regulatory compliance and investigations practice based in the dispute resolution team in Singapore. He specializes in advising corporations on business ethics and anti-corruption compliance programs, conducting anti-corruption due diligence reviews and handling internal investigations involving bribery, fraud, economic sanctions and financial services regulatory violations in the Asia Pacific region.

Please register at www.nbas.org.sg by Friday 21 March 2014.

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