4:00-5:30pm . During the last few years, US authorities have reached a series of blockbuster settlements of allegations that corporates and financial institutions have run afoul of the FCPA, and the AML and economic sanctions regulations.
Currently, there are more than one hundred publicly announced FCPA-related investigations being conducted in Asia. While Asia may be an epicenter of US enforcement activity, increased focus on compliance and potential regulatory changes, particularly related to anticipated easing of the nuclear-related sanctions imposed on Iran, may present risks and opportunities.
Adam Siegel, a former Assistant US Attorney and expert practitioner with nearly two decades of experience both as a prosecutor and defense attorney investigating potential violations of the FCPA and economic sanctions laws, will provide a presentation and open a discussion on US enforcement priorities and strategies to help you analyze how to navigate US enforcement risk while operating in Asia.
First 15 minutes is for networking Light refreshments included Hosted by the Law Committee
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong