28 March 2018
The seminar was successfully held on 28 March, 2018 at Kowloon Bay Training Center of Clothing Industry Training Authority. The seminar attracted around 100 participants from different companies.
It was our honour to invite Hon Mrs Regina Ip Lau Suk Yee, GBS, JP to share “Potential Risk of Corruption for Belt and Road Projects’ Collaborations”. She shared the Corruption Perceptions Index 2017 and Anti-Bribery and Corruption Law in International Business. She also shared some examples of Hong Kong’s Experience in Anti-Corruption.
Different speakers with different professions were invited to share on different aspects, which include Ethical Procurement, Bribery & Corruption Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisition Transactions, The UK’s Response to Bribery and Corruption, Internal Audit and Sustainable Supply Chain.
Dr Gao from BSI China also share with audiences an international management system standard, ISO 37001. By implementing ISO 37001, it can help mitigating the possible lawsuit penalty through demonstrating an effective compliance program and demonstrating to customers and stakeholders a robust anti-bribery management system.
Mr David Horlock, Managing Director, BSI Asia Pacific
Mr David Lee, Chairman, The Institute of Purchasing & Supply of Hong Kong
Hon Mrs Regina Ip Lau Suk Yee, GBS, JP's sharing on "Potential Risk of Corruption for Belt and Road Projects’ Collaborations"
Group photo with supporting organizations and speakers
Ms Beryl Cheng's sharing on "Ethical Procurement Practices"
Ms Katy Wong's sharing on "Bribery & Corruption Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisition Transactions"
Dr Gao Yi Min's sharing on "ISO 37001 – A New Global Standard Trend to Manage Bribery Risk"
Mr Andrew Dean's sharing on The UK’s Response to Bribery and Corruption
Mr Anthony Lam's sharing on "Internal Audit: A Crucial Element of Reducing the Risk of Corruption and Money Laundering"
Ir Dannie Yung's sharing on "Managing Corruption Risks and Take Actions towards Sustainable Supply Chain"