Compliance Challenges in Emerging Markets (China and India)
29 October, 2012 | (01 hr)
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Compliance encompasses the observation of company policies, business conduct guidelines, and the law and legal system in the territories where business is conducted. Compliance is also about the promotion of integrity through detection and prevention. Business and compliance challenges and the risks associated with operations in emerging markets are critical.
Implementing a strong compliance program is central to the success of companies operating in emerging markets. Leadership and direction setting are always necessary for success, but the organization also requires a robust governance approach that incorporates the requirements of external markets as well as focusing internally.
This webcast will focus on the two giants of emerging markets, China and India, with the objective of helping functional and service staff with early detection of compliance challenges -- such as contractual provisions, the need for due diligence, and fraud -- and how to address these challenges and risks before they escalate. The webcast will also explore areas of compliance including employment regulations, customs, sales taxation, corporate laws, and financial and environmental regulations.
Panelist: Andrew Schoenmaekers, Director, Schoenmaekers Pty Ltd; former Associate Director Services, Asia Pacific Financial Shared Services, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Australia
Vipin Suri has served as Managing Director of Shared Services International since its establishment in July 2003. As a consulting alliance partner of The Amherst Group Limited he has successfully assisted a number of companies in the Asia-Pacific ... Full Bio