ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

Date: 23 March 2017
Registration: 8:30am - 9.00am
Event Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: Renaissance Harbour View Hong Kong 

 

Faced with an increasingly complex legal landscape and recent high profile cases involving bribery/corruption, Asian Legal Business is proud to present the 4th Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum on 23 March 2017. This annual forum gathers legal experts, in-house compliance professionals and government leaders together to discuss pertinent issues, corruption investigations and enforcement trends across Hong Kong and the Greater China. 

Hear about recent anti-graft initiatives, explore various measures and practical solutions to mitigate anti-corruption risks and delve deep into key concerns which legal/compliance professionals need to address to successfully safeguard corporate reputations and businesses.

Benefits Of Attending

  • Networking opportunities with senior In-House counsels, lawyers and business leaders who are on top of their game.
  • In-depth workshops focusing on the latest legal issues presented by top domestic and international law firms VIP networking luncheon and refreshments
  • Speaker notes and materials provided

 * CPD points has been applied for this event with the Law Society of Hong Kong. Delegates will be notified subsequently about the exact number of CPD points the event is accredited for in due course.

ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

Date: 23 March 2017
Registration: 8:30am - 9.00am
Event Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: 
Renaissance Harbour View Hong Kong

 

 
The conference agenda will be updated shortly. 

For further information, please contact  Willy Leonardi at willy.leonardi@thomsonreuters.com or call +65 6870 3102 

 * CPD points has been applied for this event with the Law Society of Hong Kong. Delegates will be notified subsequently about the exact number of CPD points the event is accredited for in due course.


 This is a working agenda. ALB Reserves the right to amend the agenda and speakers at anytime.

Timing

AGENDA

8.30am

Registration and Refreshments

9.00am

Welcoming Remarks by the Conference Chairperson (10 mins)

Andrew Morentz, Compliance Officer, Asia, Thomson Reuters

9.10am

Opening Keynote Address by Guest-Of-Honour : Legal Defences to Crimes of Corruption (20mins)

  • Examining existing statutory defences to offence provisions both here and abroad 
  • Discussion of relevant case law and current trends. 

 Honourable Justice Kevin Zervos, SC, Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong

9.30am

Keynote Presentation: Recent Developments in Hong Kong's Anti-Corruption Law (30mins)

  • Assessing the developments in anti-corruption law and enforcement trends in HK from the DOJ perspective 
  • Evaluating the  effectiveness of the armoury in Hong Kong in the combat against corruption: Prosecuting (1) misconduct in the public sector, (2) corrupt agency in the private sector, and (3) the full gravity of corruption related offences 
  • Moving forward - strengthening Hong Kong's public perception against corruption 

William Tam, SC, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions,  Head of the Commercial Crime Sub-Division, Prosecutions Division, Department of Justice

10.00am

World Bank Keynote Address: Global Anti-Corruption Trends, Investigations and Enforcement from of an International Organization Perspective (30mins)

  • The latest developments in global anti-corruption investigations and enforcement 
  • Sanctioning corporate officers for overseas corruption: Jurisdiction and individual liability  
  • International Organizations and the reach of transnational anti-corruption enforcement

Fabian Clausen, Litigation Specialist, Integrity Vice Presidency , The World Bank Group

10.30am

Refreshment Break(35mins)

11.05am

Presentation: Improving Third Party Risks Mitigation and Compliance through Enhancing Due Diligence for Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption (45mins)

  • Selecting a compatible third party due diligence provider 
  • Conducting accurate and cost effective third party investigations
  • How to comply with data protection and privacy regulations while getting key information 
  • High risk profiles and hidden risks to take note  

Chen Zhu, Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell

Jonathan Chang, Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell

11.50am

Panel: Combating Against Corruption and Bribery Crimes in Hong Kong and the Greater China Region(70 mins)

  • Reviewing China’s legal crackdown and enforcement on anti-bribery and corruption –how has this impacted upon the Hong Kong and Asia-Pacific markets
  • Cross-border Regulatory Investigations and Enforcements: Defending and Protecting Multi-Jurisdictional Businesses and Companies
  • Opportunities, roles and challenges for Hong Kong legal services sector under China’s “One Belt One Road” initiative

Moderator:  

Hannes Valtonen, Global Chief Compliance Officer, ORIX Corporation  

Panelists: 

  • Moray Taylor-Smith, Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Greater China and North Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Monica Sun, Head of Risk Control and Compliance, CGN Huasheng Investment Limited
  • Naeree Kang, Global Operations Asia Compliance Leader, GE

Sponsorship Opportunity Available 

1.00pm

Networking Luncheon(60mins)

2.00pm

Panel: Cross-Border M&A Transactions - Anti-Corruption Measures and Pitfalls to Avoid (70 mins)

  • Tips to negotiate and conduct M&A due diligence processes effectively 
  • Due diligence pitfalls and common mistakes to watch out for 
  • How to best address “high risk” acquisition targets and profiles
  • Dealing with increasing trends of multi-jurisdictional anti-corruption enforcement on M&A transactions 

Moderator:  

Johnny Cheung, General Counsel, Asia, Generali Insurance Group 

Panelists: 

  • Sasha Kalb, Vice President Risk and Compliance, APAC, American Express Global Business Travel
  • Mary Shirley, Compliance Director - Head of SEA, Regional Training and Investigations Lead, Asia Pacific, Fresenius Medical Care Asia Pacific Ltd.
  • Corinne Katz, Senior Director - Group Legal Affairs, CLP Holdings Limited
  • Leeann Morentz, Vice President, Asia Pacific Financial Crimes, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Sanctions, and Fraud Manager, Wells Fargo

Sponsorship Opportunity Available 

3.10pm

Refreshment Break(30mins)

3.40pm

Presentation: How the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act Shape the way Business is Done in Asia  (20 mins)

  • Recent Enforcement Actions & Implications to your Business
  • New Enforcement Tools being Deployed 
  • Identifying Risks and Key Anti-Corruption Considerations

Vasu B. Muthyala, Partner, Kobre & Kim

Panel: Achieving Internal Compliance through Effective Anti-Bribery & Corruption Programmes and Internal Control Systems (50 mins) 

  • Corruption and bribery : Assessing the risks and impacts on your business 
  • Customisation of compliance programmes to fit your company culture 
  • Implementation and compliance training - how are they affected during periods of economy slowdown
  • Budget cuts and limited resources – how should companies react and adapt their compliance programmes accordingly 

Moderator:  

Vasu B. Muthyala, Partner, Kobre & Kim

Panelists: 

  • Stanley Lui, Head of Legal and Compliance, Hilti Asia Limited
  • Shaun Ansell, Head of Legal and Compliance, Asia-Pacific, GPB Financial Services Ltd, part of Gazprombank
  • Andrew Morentz, Compliance Officer, Asia, Thomson Reuters

4.50pm

Closing Remarks from Conference Chairperson (10 mins)

Andrew Morentz, Compliance Officer, Asia, Thomson Reuters

5.00pm

End of ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

 

ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

Date: 23 March 2017
Registration: 8:30am - 9.00am
Event Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: 
Renaissance Harbour View Hong Kong

 

 

Guest of Honour

The Honourable Mr Justice Kevin Zervos, SC
Judge 
High Court of Hong Kong

The Honourable Justice Kevin Zervos is a sitting Judge of the Court of First Instance of the High Court of Hong Kong.  He previously served as Director of Public Prosecutions of the Department of Justice of Hong Kong, and worked in other capacities with the Department of Justice for some 20 years doing a variety of trial and appellate work.  He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2003.  

Prior to his career in Hong Kong, Justice Zervos was admitted as Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia in 1978. He was also registered as Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Australia in 1983, and admitted as Barrister of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 1991.  He began work in Australia as a solicitor in private practice and later as a Legal Officer and eventually Senior Legal Officer of the Melbourne Office of the Special Prosecutor (Federal).  In 1986, he was appointed Senior Assistant Director to the Office of the Federal Director of Public Prosecutions, Melbourne and Sydney Offices.  In 1989 until 1992 he was General Counsel to the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption.

 

Keynote Speakers

William Tam, SC
Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions
Head of the Commercial Crime Sub-Division, Prosecutions Division
Department of Justice

Mr. William Tam SC is the head of the Commercial Crime Sub-Division within the Prosecutions Division of the Department of Justice.  He joined the Legal Department (as it then was) in 1994 and for many years he advised on and prosecuted corporate frauds and corruption matters.  He was appointed as Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions in 2012 and took silk in 2015.  One of his work portfolios is to advise the ICAC, amongst other law enforcement agencies, on criminal matters and he also prosecutes criminal appeals from time to time in the Court of Appeal and the Court of Final Appeal. 

 

Fabian Clausen, Litigation Specialist, Integrity Vice Presidency, The World Bank Group (Washington, DC)

Fabian Clausen is a German attorney with a wide range of experience in regulatory matters especially in the areas of infrastructure and energy transmission, as well as in transnational anti-corruption and white collar crime investigations and enforcement. In the World Bank Group’s Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), Mr. Clausen works on investigations with a focus on corruption in Asia. Mr. Clausen also represents INT in sanctions proceedings before the World Bank’s Sanctions Board against companies and individuals who have been found to have engaged in corruption or other sanctionable practices.  Mr. Clausen graduated from the University of Münster, Germany, and completed his Referendariat and Second State Law Exam in Berlin. He holds an LLM from the University of Ottawa and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.  

 

Confirmed Speakers / Panelists

Chen Zhu, Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell

Mr. Zhu is counsel in Davis Polk's Litigation Department, currently practicing as a Registered Foreign Lawyer in Hong Kong. He relocated from New York to the firm's Hong Kong office in 2013. His practice concentrates in cross-border, multi-jurisdictional criminal, regulatory and internal investigations of alleged Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, securities fraud and related governance, compliance and deal diligence advice. He has experience in U.S.-based civil litigation involving non-U.S.-based defendants. He has represented clients in the banking, pharmaceutical, technology, entertainment, insurance and hospitality industries with a particular focus in China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Mr. Zhu also frequently advises on risks associated with foreign state secrecy, data privacy and cross-border data export issues. 

Mr. Zhu graduated with a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2007 and joined Davis Polk as an associate in 2011 and promoted to counsel in 2014.  He is admitted in the State of New York. 

 

Jonathan Chang, Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell

Mr. Chang is counsel in Davis Polk’s Litigation Department, currently practicing as a Registered Foreign Lawyer in Hong Kong. He represents clients in a wide variety of criminal, regulatory and civil litigation matters. His recent matters include representing global financial institutions in connection with criminal and regulatory investigations arising from the global financial crisis as well as sanctions and anti-money laundering compliance, and representing defendants in civil securities fraud, complex commercial and professional liability litigations before trial and appellate courts.  

 

Mr. Chang graduated with a J.D. from the University of New York School of Law in 2006, and with the exception of a clerkship with a U.S. Federal Judge from 2007-2008, and has been with Davis Polk since. He was promoted to counsel in 2016. He recently relocated to the firm’s Hong Kong office from New York.  

 

Vasu B. Muthyala, Partner, Kobre & Kim

Vasu Muthyala focuses on cross-border regulatory investigation and compliance, with an emphasis on anti-corruption/FCPA and securities/accounting fraud issues in Asia. His international experience with matters relating to government investigations involving the US, Hong Kong, China, Korea, India, and UK among others, have garnered awards from the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and the Global Investigations Review. Mr Muthyala spent over a decade with the US Government as a senior prosecutor in the Fraud and Public Corruption section of the US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia and as an enforcement attorney at the US Securities and Exchange Commission. 

 

Mary Shirley
Compliance Director - Head of SEA, Regional Training and Investigations Lead, Asia Pacific
Fresenius Medical Care Asia Pacific Ltd.

Currently Compliance Director – Head of South East Asia, Regional Training and Investigations Lead Asia Pacific for Fresenius Medical Care, Mary has extensive experience rolling out compliance programs within multi-national corporations, having held global ethics compliance roles in Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai.  Mary also spent time working as an investigator for regulators in New Zealand in the areas of data privacy and antitrust.

In addition to her current position in the healthcare industry, Mary has also worked in utilities and telecommunications in legal and compliance roles for Aggreko as Group Head of Compliance and Tata Communications as Legal and Compliance Counsel.  

 

Sasha Kalb
Vice President Risk and Compliance, APAC
American Express Global Business Travel

Sasha joined American Express Global Business Travel in November 2014 as Vice President, Compliance & Risk, APAC, from 3M, where she was the company’s first APAC Compliance Counsel and built a brand as a trusted advisor who helped leaders grow their businesses in a compliant and sustainable manner. Prior to joining 3M, Sasha served as the APAC Regional Compliance Counsel for Avon Products, Inc. Sasha began her law career at Miller & Chevalier in Washington, D.C. She received her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and her B.A. cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University in New York.

 

Stanley Lui
Head of Legal and Compliance
Hilti Asia Limited

Stanley Lui has been Hilti’s Head of Legal and Compliance for the APAC region since Sept’2015; one of his key functions is formulating and directing compliance programs.  Prior to joining Hilti, Stanley worked five and a half years at Nobel Biocare – a medical device manufacturer – as its General Counsel for APAC where he was responsible for procuring legal, compliance and risk related advice to various business functions. Stanley has also worked for the Fire and Security unit of United Technology Corporation (2007 to 2009) and local apparel retailer G2000 (2005 to 2007).  

 

Moray Taylor-Smith
Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Greater China and North Asia
Standard Chartered Bank

Moray is Head of Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Greater China and North Asia for Standard Chartered Bank where he is responsible for implementing the Bank’s framework for ABC compliance in the region through ensuring adherence to global standards.  Prior to joining Standard Chartered Bank, he was the Global Head of Investigations and Asia Pacific AML and ABC for Fidelity Worldwide Investments where his responsibilities included all investigations, code of ethics, AML, ABC, and operational risk for the Asia region. His previous experience includes roles as Head of Code of Ethics and Oversight Services, Head of Business Compliance, and Head of Corporate Security and Regional MLRO. In addition, he spent more than 8 years with Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations, in various roles, including Regional VP for Asia, Senior Managing Director for North Asia, and Managing Director for Taiwan. Prior to Asia, Moray has more than a decade of experience with the South African Government and the South African Navy. His educational background includes a MSc in Social Science from the University of Leicester, UK.

  

 

Corinne Katz
Senior Director - Group Legal Affairs
CLP Holdings Limited 

Corinne Katz is the Senior Director – Group Legal Affairs at CLP Holdings, where she is responsible for the provision of commercial legal advice to CLP and its subsidiaries.  Corinne has been with CLP since 2010 when she joined its Australian subsidiary, EnergyAustralia.  Corinne is originally from South Africa where she was a partner of a major national law firm.  After relocating to Australia she worked at King & Wood Mallesons.  Corinne holds a MBA from the University of Melbourne (part study New York University) and a LLB and BCom from the University of the Witwatersrand.

  

Monica Sun, Head of Risk Control and Compliance, CGN Huasheng Investment Limited

Monica Sun is Head of Risk Control and Compliance, CGN Huasheng Investment Limited (“CGNHS”), which is the sole oversea fund management center and financing platform of China General Nuclear Group Limited.  As the team leader of Risk Control and Compliance, Monica is in charge of all legal compliance with different applicable laws and regulations and relevant practice, as well as its internal control and business risk management practices. Monica has more than ten years of experience in the areas of corporate, commercial, finance, and IP laws.  

Prior to joining CGNHS, Monica has worked in legal and compliance roles for Huawei Technologies as Senior Legal Counsel and BGI Medical as General Legal and Compliance Counsel. And Monica began her legal career as a PRC registered lawyer in the banking and finance practice at Grandall Legal, Shenzhen Office. Monica studied law at Peking University, and also passed CFA level I.

 

Naeree Kang, Global Operations Asia Compliance Leader, GE

Naeree is responsible for implementing compliance across GE’s Global Operations Asia, both Shanghai center and sites in Asia Pacific and India, maintaining regional compliance risks and providing professional counsel; partner with various other businesses to conduct improper payment control, data privacy, integration & migration compliance, business continuity planning development and opening reporting investigation. She has been with GE for over the past ten years across different jurisdictions and was previously with Paul Hastings LLP, China as well as Kim & Chang Korea

 

Johnny Cheung, General Counsel, Asia, Generali Insurance Group

Johnny is currently the General Counsel, Asia for the Generali Insurance Group in charge of all the legal and compliance matters of the group in the region. Prior to joining Generali he was Chief Legal & Compliance Officer of the Bank of Montreal Finance Group in Asia based in Beijing. Prior to that he was Regional General Counsel for AXA Insurance, in Asia and Counselor to the AIG China Chairman for the AIG Group in China. He has over twenty years of experience in the legal and business fields, especially in financial services. 

He holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Toronto, Canada a B.A. in Jurisprudence from the University of Oxford, England an LL.M from the London School of Economics, England and an MBA from INSEAD in France. He is qualified as a Barrister & Solicitor in British Columbia, Canada, and as a Solicitor in England & Wales and in Hong Kong. 

 

Shaun Ansell, Head of Legal and Compliance, Asia-Pacific, GPB Financial Services Ltd, part of Gazprombank

Shaun Ansell is currently Head of Legal and Compliance Asia Pacific for GPB Financial Services Ltd, a 100% subsidiary of Gazprombank based in Hong Kong since June 2016. Before this, he was Managing Director and the Designated Compliance Officer (DCO) for the Asia Pacific region for Moodys. His geographic responsibility included Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, Singapore, PRC, South Korea and India and he was based in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Moody's, Shaun was the Managing Director and Head of Legal and Compliance for Mizuho Securities Asia for five years. Shaun spent his years with Mizuho working out of their Hong Kong location. 

From 2000 to 2006, Shaun was Special Counsel Enforcement at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Shaun then moved back to the private sector and spent three years with Nomura/Lehman Brothers Australia as their Executive Director and Head of Legal and Compliance in Sydney. He was a member of Nomura's Executive Committee and supervised a staff that had responsibility for operations, market risk, finance and product control, legal and compliance and marketing and company secretarial.

 

Andrew Morentz, Compliance Officer, Asia, Thomson Reuters

Andrew Morentz is a Compliance Officer at Thomson Reuters, based in Hong Kong.  He is the company’s compliance lead for Asia, handling anti-corruption matters, data privacy, and internal investigations, among other things.  Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, he was in private practice with Paul Hastings and Telecommunications Law Professionals, a boutique telecoms firm.  Mr. Morentz has also worked in the technology and U.S.-China policy fields.  He received his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and his undergraduate and master’s degrees in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.

 

Hannes Valtonen, Global Chief Compliance Officer, ORIX Corporation  

Hannes is responsible for global compliance at ORIX Corporation, a leading financial services group with leasing, lending, investment, life insurance, banking, asset management, car rental, real estate, environment and energy-related businesses. ORIX has approximately 33,000 employees and operates in 37 countries and regions.

Previously he was head of compliance at an Asia-based investment manager, covering funds in private equity, hedge fund, distressed assets and real estate strategies across regional jurisdictions, including Hong Kong, Singapore, PRC and Japan. Prior to that he was head of risk and compliance at the leading foreign fund manager in Vietnam, where he set up internal control, compliance and risk management functions for three London-listed investment funds for capital markets, real estate and infrastructure.

Hannes has also worked in Japan, Korea and the U.K. in the real estate finance, retail and automotive industries in internal audit and control functions. His qualifications include an MBA, MSc in financial law, certifications in financial analysis, risk management, internal audit, anti-money laundering and he has also taken securities licensing regulatory exams for Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. He is active in supporting the Hong Kong CFA with financial regulations advocacy and authored the chapter on risk management for the CFA investment foundation certification.

 

 

Leeann Morentz, Vice President, Asia Pacific Financial Crimes, Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Sanctions, and Fraud Manager, Wells Fargo

Leeann Morentz is Vice President, APAC Anti-Bribery & Corruption, Sanctions, and Fraud Manager at Wells Fargo in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, she served as APAC financial crimes counsel at Morgan Stanley advising on potential corruption and sanctions legal risks. Leeann also spent a number of years in private practice at Arnold & Porter and Paul Hastings in Washington, DC focusing on financial crimes investigations and compliance program development in a wide range of industries, including finance, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, consumer products and defense. She obtained her law degree from Duke University School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Duke University.

 


 

The speakers for this conference will be updated shortly. 

For further information, please contact Willy Leonardi at willy.leonardi@thomsonreuters.com or call +65 6870 3102 

ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

Date: 23 March 2017
Registration: 8:30am - 9.00am
Event Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: 
Renaissance Harbour View Hong Kong

 

 

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ALB Hong Kong Anti-Corruption Forum 2017

Date: 23 March 2017
Registration: 8:30am - 9.00am
Event Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: 
Renaissance Harbour View Hong Kong

 

 

For more information regarding this event, please contact:

Willy Leonardi
Phone (+65) 6870 3102 
Email: willy.leonardi@thomsonreuters.com

 

For details of sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Amantha Chia
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