Navigating fraud and bribery pitfalls in Thailand and Southeast Asia
19 January 2017, 8:00AM - 10:00AM, ICT
Every day there seems to be another article in the newspaper about a leading company getting caught up in a fraud, bribery or corruption scandal. Such news, even if not substantiated, can have a devastating impact on the reputation of the company as well as its executives. This is of particular concern for foreign investors and businesses with global brands.
Leading multinationals often have the strongest controls for preventing and detecting such problems. So why do so many globally recognized firms still so often become the subject of internal and external (e.g. FCPA) investigations? The different types of risks unique to Thailand and the region, as well as the difficulties in applying a head office’s anti-fraud controls to the local environment, play a big role.
Join us for an insightful discussion to understand how to navigate around the common pitfalls for fraud and bribery in Southeast Asia. We will share our experience from investigations in the region on topics including:
08:00 am. Registration and refreshments
08:30 am. Discussion and Q&A
09:30 am. Coffee and Networking
10:00 am. End