Day 1 - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

7:15
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30
Opening Remarks from Co-Chairs

Katharine A. Bostick
Assistant General Counsel, Director of Compliance & Litigation, Legal & Corporate Affairs, Greater China Region
Microsoft (China) Co., Ltd

8:45
Controlling Corruption Risks Post China Whys: How to Conduct an Effective Risk Assessment and Probe Weak Spots in your Program
9:30
500 Million Users and Counting: How The Explosion of Social Media Activity in China Is Impacting Corporate Compliance
10:15
Coffee/Tea Break
10:30
Know your “Pinyin” from your “Yi Er San”: How to Reconcile Books and Records Requirements with Strict Chinese Accounting Principles
11:15
Guilt or Shame? Understanding what Motivates your Employees to Report Wrongdoing and How to Foster a “Speak-Up” Culture
12:00
What if your Employees are the Risk? How and When to use HR as a Gatekeeper in Anti-Corruption Compliance
12:45
Networking Luncheon for Attendees and Speakers
2:00
What to Do When you Identify a Compliance Weakness: Effective Strategies for Internal Investigations and Remediation
2:45
The Delicate Art of Gift-Giving and Entertainment Policies in China: How to Balance Politeness, Guanxi and the Letter of the Law
3:30
Networking Refreshment Break
3:45
Top-Down: How to Ensure Accountability and Establish Clear Leadership for Your Compliance Program
4:30
Lost in Translation? How to Tailor Training and Communication for the Chinese Culture and Language
5:00
Explosion of Anti-Trust Investigations in China: How Regulations and Compliance Programs Converge
5:30
Seminar Concludes