Briefing on the impact of the UK Bribery Act

Andrew Mitchell, Director, Prosperity, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Michael Lawrence, CEO of Asia House and Satindar Dogra, Partner, Linklaters LLP at a briefing at Asia House

Andrew Mitchell, Director, Prosperity, Foreign & Commonwealth Office (left), Michael Lawrence, CEO of Asia House (centre) and Satindar Dogra, Partner, Linklaters LLP (right) at a briefing at Asia House

Briefing on the impact of the UK Bribery Act

26/06/14

Asia House Corporate Members were joined by Andrew Mitchell, Director, Prosperity at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and Satindar Dogra, Partner at Linklaters and co-Head of the firm’s Risk, Regulation and Governance Operational Intelligence Group, for a briefing on the UK Bribery Act and its impact. The broad ranging discussion, which was held under the Chatham House Rule, covered a number of areas including the impact of the Act on UK companies operating both at home and overseas, as well as how the Act is affecting the perception of the UK as a centre for business around the world.

Companies represented at the briefing  included Standard Chartered, Diageo, GSK, Eversheds, and PwC.

Asia House private briefings are open exclusively to Asia House Corporate Members. For more information on Corporate Membership please contact Vivi Qi, Asia House Corporate Membership Manager.

Our next private briefing for Corporate Members will take place on 16 July 2014 when HE Mr K Shanmugam, Foreign Minister of Singapore, will give a private briefing to Corporate Members. For more details or to register contact: Jeremy.Wimble@asiahouse.co.uk