H:iH:iDCCC Shanghai: How to Deal with Fraud and Corruption in China and be compliantH:i - H:i Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai, 1288 Lujiazui Ring Road Pudong, Shanghai Event Organized By: Danish Chamber of Commerce in China Shanghai Country:ChinaCity:Shanghai


Event Details

How to Deal with Fraud and Corruption in China and be compliant

This session will cover the current compliance landscape that has been evolving over the last few years and touch on some of the key challenges foreign multinational companies and large SMEs are facing in China. These challenges include strengthened regulations, increased local enforcement activities and slower than expected economic growth. In addition, the speakers will share some of the key fraud and bribery trends for China in 2016 and the management of such compliance risks.

About the Speakers

Emmanuel Vignal, EY, Partner, Greater China Leader, Fraud Investigation & Disputes Services

Emmanuel is the Greater China Leader of EY’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services (FIDS) and has over 20 years of experience in fraud investigations, anti-bribery/anti-corruption reviews, transactions forensics and litigation support, including over 16 years in Hong Kong and Shanghai. With a forensic accounting background, he has led numerous investigations in China in response to allegations of corrupt payments disguised as legitimate business expenses, payments through travel agents or consultants.


Howard Wang, Managing Director, Control Risks

Howard Wang is a Managing Director of Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence in Control Risks’ Shanghai office. As a qualified forensic accountant, Howard has participated in more than 100 financial statement fraud investigations, FCPA due diligence and assessments, contract and procurement fraud investigations, litigation support and tax fraud investigations in China and Australasia. Howard lived and worked in New Zealand for nine years, including three years as an investigator with the Inland Revenue Department, where he led a number of tax evasion and avoidance investigations for clients ranging from high-net-worth individuals to large corporations. He also worked for a listed logistics company’s finance team.


Noah Ai,Compliance Officer for Nestlé Greater China Region

Noah Ai, sitting at corporate compliance function, is responsible for leading the Compliance Program in Nestlé Greater China Region. In this role, he is responsible for the design, delivery and implementation of a robust and dynamic compliance framework and enabling the company to achieve its strategic objectives with integrity and high ethical standards.



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Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai

1288 Lujiazui Ring Road Pudong, Shanghai


Danish Chamber of Commerce in China ShanghaiTian An Center 338 Nanjing Road West, 4th Floor Shanghai 200003 P.R.C.