China has seen sustained efforts on strengthening enforcement against corruption. There have been a series of recent regulatory and enforcement cases involving multinational companies and China domestic companies. Meanwhile, U.S. regulatory authorities have taken steps to increase scrutiny over Chinese companies. On November 1, 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice announced its "China Initiative" for a series of proposed enforcement actions against Chinese companies.

Amid this tightened regulatory environment, it is important for multinational companies with operations in China to understand the recent trends and developments in the U.S. and China and how they can navigate through the regulatory uncertainty. This seminar will include compliance specialists in law and, accounting firms, and a multinational company offering forensic accounting as well as in-house and external legal perspectives on the following topics:

  • Updates on U.S. FCPA enforcement actions and the implications for multinational companies with operations in China
  • Key findings from a global white collar crime survey – anti-bribery and corruption
  • Recent regulatory and enforcement developments in China's anti-corruption efforts
  • China's new "blocking statutes" and its implications for compliance and internal investigations
  • Best practice tips for adapting global compliance policies and internal control systems for multinationals companies' operations in China

* Light lunch will be provided onsite.

* Please note it is an English-only session.


12:30 PM - 1 PM
Registration,Networking and Light Lunch
1 PM - 1:10 PM
Opening & Introduction
1:10 PM - 3 PM
3 PM - 3:30 PM
Q&A Session


  • Daniel Levin (Partner at White & Case LLP)

    Daniel Levin

    Partner at White & Case LLP


    Daniel offers clients a wealth of government and private practice experience to assist clients in complex criminal and regulatory matters around the world. He has handled investigations, due diligence and compliance engagements in Asia, Europe, Africa and North and South America.

    Prior to joining White & Case, Daniel held a number of legal advisory posts in the US government, including Chief of Staff at both the FBI and the Department of Justice, and senior associate counsel to the president and legal adviser to the National Security Council.

    As Assistant US Attorney for the Central District of California, he prosecuted several jury trials, including multi-month, multi-defendant racketeering trials and the first federal death penalty case in the district in over 30 years.

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  • Bingna Guo (Partner at White & Case LLP)

    Bingna Guo

    Partner at White & Case LLP


    Bingna has litigated cases in various legal jurisdictions and provides clients with strategic and case management advice for parallel proceedings involving multiple jurisdictions. She formerly worked in the litigation department of a leading Chinese law firm under secondment, where she litigated cases before Chinese courts. Bingna has extensive relationships with leading local counsel and is able to effectively coordinate local litigation and counsel on litigation and dispute resolution proceedings in China.

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  • Clark Zhu (Director of KPMG Advisory (China) Limited)

    Clark Zhu

    Director of KPMG Advisory (China) Limited

    Clark has 12 years’ experience in providing services including FCPA investigation, anti-bribery and corruption related due diligence and investigations, employee fraud and misconduct investigations. He has worked extensively with multinational, state-owned and private companies in a wide variety of sectors. In recent years, Clark led several large-scale FCPA due diligence and regulatory-initiated FCPA investigations for pharmaceutical, medical device, telecommunication and industrial companies. In addition, Clark has conducted many pro-active FCPA compliance and fraud risk management assessments in China, which required close work with company’s external counsels.

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  • Joan Pan (Senior Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at H3C Technologies Co., Ltd)

    Joan Pan

    Senior Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at H3C Technologies Co., Ltd


    As the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer of H3C Technologies Co., Ltd., a joint-venture of Unispledour and Hewllet Packard Enterprise Company, Joan is responsible for the establishment of the Ethics and Compliance Office, leading the company‘s internal auditing, internal investigation and compliance functions in minimizing the company's business and legal risks and protecting the value of the company and shareholders. Joan also helps to build the company's internal control mechanism and the compliance culture.

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AmCham Cardholder
Member Price RMB 150
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 250
Standard Price RMB 550


Mandela Room, WeWork, Pacific Century Place

Floor 5, Gate 5, Pacific Century Place,
2A Workers' Stadium North Road,
Chaoyang District, Beijing

BeijingChaoyang District, China

If you have any questions please contact Baojian Sui

Contact Organizer

+86 1085190862

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