14 August 2014

Risky Business in China:The New Reality of China Risk.

Wed 10 Sept 2014, London

Organised by:
Asia-Pacific Technology Network

Supporting Organisations
China Advisers Network
China Business Solutions


Jeremy Gordon, Director, China Business Services, author of Risky Business in China
Speaker from Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA)

China risk is high on the corporate agenda as foreign firms get caught up in bribery, food and work safety scandals, accounting frauds, anti-trust investigations, government (and state-owned enterprise) procurement bans, and even the arrest of senior foreign executives. International businesses are having to re-evaluate their China risk exposure, and adjust their strategies in order to continue to benefit from the opportunities offered by the China market. “Risky Business in China” demonstrates how a strategic approach to risk management and due diligence can not only reduce business risk in China, but also provides excellent business intelligence to support negotiations and business relationships. Based upon the author’s twenty years of consulting experience in China, the book puts the new reality of China risk in context and provides a guide to avoiding the pitfalls of doing business in China.

Attend this event to hear how the changing nature of China risk is having an impact on strategy and risk management for international business

Location: Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7LP
Nearest tube station:Oxford Circus or Great Portland Street
Timing: Registration from 17:00: seminar from 17:30 – 19.30

Free to APTN annual supporters and Fasken Martineau clients
Concessionary rate (£20) for clients of China Business Solutions
£45 (Executives)
£25 (Asian citizens/institutions, officials, executives from Small Companies)
£15 (Academics)
Free for the Media

To Register your interest- please send your details (name, institutional affiliation, email address, phone number – and the category you come under) to biz33@aptn.org