On the 17th of September, EuroCham, in conjunction with Control Risks, is pleased to bring you yet another Breakfast Talk at the Fullerton Hotel. This edition will focus on the
On the 17th of September, EuroCham, in conjunction with Control Risks, is pleased to bring you yet another Breakfast Talk at the Fullerton Hotel. This edition will focus on the developments within Vietnam as a rising economic vessel in ASEAN. A new panel of Control Risks experts will discuss the political power structures and leadership, the likely outcomes next year, and how these affect government policy, the investment landscape and operating environment.
Save the Date: 17th September 2015, Thursday
Time: 8.45 am – 10.30am
Topic: Country Focus: Vietnam 2016
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|Phil Johnson is a Managing Director at Control Risks and is based in Singapore. In this position, Phil is responsible for the project management of all investigative-related assignments, including business intelligence work, undertaken by Control Risks’ South-east Asian practice, which covers the ASEAN region. The projects he has undertaken cover a broad spectrum of industries, including oil and gas, telecommunications, banking, retail, manufacturing, financial services and construction.
Phil has extensive experience in dealing with, and solving, a wide-range of complex corporate problems in Asia, including financial fraud, employee malfeasance, corporate corruption, money-laundering and asset misappropriation.
Prior to his move to Singapore, Phil worked for Control Risks’ head office in London in the specialised fraud and investigations unit, where he conducted investigations on behalf of clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
|Steve Norris is Control Risks’ Associate Director, with a focus on Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. He has completed numerous major consulting projects on these countries, including security-focused threat assessments of major industrial construction and resources investments in industrial zones or high-risk areas such as Mindanao, Papua and Aceh. He provides regular political, regulatory and security analysis for Control Risks’ subscription services and regular bespoke analysis for many multinational companies with large investments in these countries.
Steve has extensive experience in Asia. Prior to joining Control Risks, he was based in Taipei as a political and business reporter for the China Post and a freelance writer for the Taipei Times (national daily newspapers), where he covered key regional issues, including maritime territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
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September 17 (Thursday) 08:45 - October 17 (Saturday) 10:30
The Fullerton Hotel
Straits Room Level Four