Anti-corruption enforcement has never been more aggressive or coordinated. In light of this situation, multinational corporations have continued to emphasize investment in strong anti-corruption compliance programs. Around the globe, jurisdictions have taken steps to strengthen their anti-corruption legislative framework by requiring organizations and businesses to comply with internal policies and local regulations.
With the goal of helping companies adapt to the new anti-corruption environment, Duxes will host (ACCN) the 14th China Anti-Corruption Compliance Summit 2020 from June in Shanghai, China. The summit will gather government officials and industry leaders to discuss important developments, including anti-corruption policy and enforcement trends, experience sharing and solutions to common challenges, as well as best practices for compliance, self-reporting and managing third-party risks.
Furthermore, speakers representing a wide range of institutions, including official agencies, industry associations, and leading multinational companies, will share valuable insights on this important area of business conduct.