Annie Chan spoke at the Anti-bribery Management International Best Practice Symposium 2017

Ms. Annie Chan, Managing Director of Forensic and Investigation Services at Mazars Hong Kong, was a panelist at the Anti-bribery Management International Best Practice Symposium 2017 held in Shenzhen on 13 November 2017. The symposium was hosted by the International Organization for Standardization Governance of Organizations Technical Committee (ISO/TC 309) and the Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China (SAC).

The symposium consisted of 3 sessions to discuss various topics, including the international Anti-Corruption efforts, and the requirements and certification issues of the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery management systems. Kenny Chan, Computer Forensic Director and Gary Hung, Forensic Manager, both of Mazars Forensics Hong Kong also attended the symposium. 

Annie spoke alongside the international panel with regulatory and academic background from China, Germany, Spain, Egypt and Indonesia to a full house of over 200 guests from the compliance department of the corporations, law firms, universities, certification bodies, etc.  Ms Chan also shared her experiences on anti-corruption and bribery in Hong Kong and China as well as the best practice in anti-corruption that the corporates should apply. She was also interviewed by the Shenzhen TV (SZTV) and commented on the impact of ISO 37001 Anti-bribery management system on corporations in Hong Kong and China.

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