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Past Event
13 April 2016 - 14 April 2016


  • Susanne J. Harris
    T +852 2843 4522

Innoxcell Annual Symposium

Susanne Harris will be speaking at this year's Innoxcell Annual Symposium (IAS), held from 13 - 14 April 2016 at the Conrad Hong Kong.

Susanne will speak at day two of the conference on the topic of 'Managing and Investigating Financial Crime Cases'. Money laundering, terrorist financing, illegal market manipulation, data theft and bribery scandals have lead Regulators, Investigators and Compliance professionals to ramp up their efforts to fight financial crime and protect the integrity of markets. Huge fines have been issued to organizations, lengthy jail sentences dished out to rogue employees, and serious financial and reputation losses incurred. The repercussions of failure to detect financial crime are serious and the financial services industry is vulnerable.

The session will cover:

  1. The key features of financial crime activities and investigations
  2. What happens during a financial crime investigation or monitoring – Deferred Prosecution Agreements, cross border investigation, data sharing restriction in Asia and other areas
  3. Case Studies: asset tracing, tax evasion investigations and etc.

IAS is the largest and most comprehensive legal and regulatory compliance conference around the globe. This year the IAS will be held in five locations: Hong Kong, Shanghai, Australia, Singapore and the U.K. The great diversity of Legal and Regulatory Compliance topics covered in the three simultaneous paths encourage experts from various industries, functions and departments to attend sessions that would benefit them most. Day one of the conference will focus on Corporate and non-Financial Services Industries, day two Financial Services Industries.

For more information on the Conference please visit IAS' website: http://www.innoasialegal.com/iashk2016/index.html.

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