[February 2th webinar] Focusing on dealing with fraud risks in Chinese business and dealing with signs of fraud
[Oh-Ebashi Law Office / FRONTEO Co-sponsored Online Seminar]
China's zero-corona policy has been lifted, and travel between Japan and China has recovered, and exchanges with local subsidiaries in China, which had been stagnant until now, have normalized, and accumulated communication issues have been resolved. It is expected that
By the way, the risk of corruption and fraudulent accounting has long been considered relatively high in business in China, and prompt response to signs of such fraud has become an issue.When the Japanese head office needs to deal with the risk of fraudulent business in China, there are also issues arising from differences in the legal systems and business environments between the two countries when conducting investigations and gathering information in China.In this seminar, we will explain the points to deal with signs of fraud.
(XNUMX) Importance of prompt investigation and corrective action when signs of fraud appear in business in China
(XNUMX) Challenges for prompt response: Differences between Japanese and Chinese legal systems regarding compliance, impact of China's data localization regulations and how to deal with them, etc.
(XNUMX) Points of investigation and corrective action in China
(We will also cover topics that could not be covered due to time constraints in the webinar “Compliance Program for China Business” held on October 2022, 10.)
◆Date: Thursday May 2023th 2 @ 9:15 ～ 00:16 (JST)
◆ Webinar type: Zoom Webinar
Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners
Since 1998, he has been stationed in the Shanghai office, where he gained experience in supporting Japanese companies in all stages of their lifecycle in China.Mainly in various industrial fields such as manufacturing, IT, and healthcare, I am in charge of everything from corporate matters and compliance consultations to dispute resolution and crisis management cases, and I also handle a relatively large number of cross-border cases. .We place importance on providing appropriate legal advice based on a thorough understanding of the technological background, which is the source of a company's competitiveness.
In crisis management and compliance projects, I have a relatively large amount of experience in cases related to China business, and I am in charge of everything from preparations during normal times to emergency response.
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