HKIAC is a supporting organisation of Innoxcell Annual Symposium.
White Collar Crime and Regulatory compliance are the biggest immediate challenges affecting corporation and financial services in Asia. Digital innovation and the sophistication of white-collar crime continue to evolve. Regulators and corporation are actively seeking to collaboration to fight corruption and misconduct.
A new breed of providers is creating technology and solution to make compliance and investigation cheaper, simpler and more flexible.
Come join us on April 26th & 27th at W Hong Kong!Read more
HKIAC is a supporting organisation of the Women in Business Law Forum.
IFLR is pleased to host the fourth annual Women in Business Law Forum. Featuring some of Asia’s foremost legal practitioners, this interactive event examines best practices and innovation around mentoring, personal branding, work-life balance, diversity, and breaking the glass ceiling.
The event includes some of Asia’s leading women general counsel and private practice lawyers who will share their personal stories with the audience. Unlike many events that are aimed at only partner and general counsel level individuals, this event welcomes men and women at all levels of their career with an aim to provide an inclusive debate around building the talent pipeline and to promote the growth of diversity and inclusion initiatives in Asia.Read more
HKIAC is pleased to be a supporting organisation of CDR Spring Arbitration Symposium 2017.
CDR’s Spring Arbitration Symposium on 27 April 2017 will focus on current trends in the construction and engineering sectors, as well as looking at the shipping, energy and commodities sectors.
The Symposium also looks at the enforcement climate, with sessions on challenges to awards, as well as our popular session on ‘Ask The Arbitrators’, which, for 2017, will look at the issue of tribunal selection.
Other subjects include drafting the perfect dispute resolution clause, as well as the use of best practice in assessing evidence in international arbitration, while our session on tribunal secretaries considers whether they are a useful aide to modern arbitral practice.