WORKSHOP B (13:30 – 17:00) A Practical Guide to Minimizing Risks of Gift, Entertainment, Event Sponsorship and Donations: How to Support Your Business Development, Sales and Marketing Power within Anti-Bribery Restrictions

Jun 16, 2017 1:30pm – 5:00pm

Zhang Jing
Health Care Compliance Officer, Medical Device, China
Johnson & Johnson

Maggie Zhang
Senior Legal Counsel
UTC Climate, Controls & Security (Shanghai)

Patrick Sinclair
Partner
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP (Hong Kong)

This interactive and practical working session will go beyond high-level understanding of the FCPA, UK Bribery Act, China Anti-Corruption regulations and New Anti-Unfair Competition Amendment to identify concrete and innovative tools and tactics for avoiding the new emerging loopholes presented by the gift giving, entertainment, hospitality, and events in China. Attendees will receive practical guidance on how to create a robust, culturally sensitive cost-effective and credible approach to gift, entertainment, travel, and events. The workshop will include an interac-tive session on how to decide, document, approve, review decisions, and engage business teams relating to gift, entertainment, hospitality and event.  
  • Update on new regulation on the event and charitable activities
  • Identify the risks on the sponsorship, donation, travel arrangement, conferences, advisory boards and other entertainment
  • How to make the event and case and non-case related activities transparent and open
  • Handling the risks when inviting a government official to an events and traveling
  • How to use evidence to prove the commercial purpose vs. public interests of sponsorship and donation
  • How to make your marketing, sales and business development managers aware of bribery issues How to handle new types of emerging non-cash gift and incentives: Decreasing hotel rates, allowing family members to travel, job offer for relatives of government official
  • Practice sharing on real-life case studies