What does the recent spate of corruption investigations indicate for current compliance in China? Do we need to define a “new best practice” to protect businesses in China from corruption, fraud, conflicts of interest and embezzlement?
Control Risks and the Economist Intelligence Unit have recently undertaken a survey to examine international attitudes to bribery and corruption, canvassing general counsels, senior corporate lawyers, and compliance heads in more than 300 companies around the world. John Macpherson will share the results of the “International Business Attitudes to Corruption” survey report and discuss how companies can better prepare for a corruption crisis. The survey will establish a global context before focusing on the situation in China and presenting an update on the impacts of current anti-corruption campaigns.
John Macpherson is the director of crisis consulting for Control Risks’ Greater China. Macpherson and his team have extensive experience developing and implementing strategies to contain and respond to potential crises caused by large fraud and conflicts of interest, product integrity and contamination, negotiating labor and commercial disputes, threat extortion, labor protests and organization restructures. Macpherson is one of the region’s leading experts in responding to and recovering from complex government corruption investigations and works with clients to design practical compliance programs in response to challenging corruption risk environments.
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