Control Risks Group will continue its Spring 2004 Breakfast Briefing Series this month and next with a pair of New York City seminars.
On Tuesday, April 27, Control Risks will present International Fraud and Corruption: The Nightmare for Corporate Executives and Board Members in the Sarbanes-Oxley Era. This session will attempt to answer questions such as: How do corporate executives and board members stay in compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley when their businesses require managing borders, cultures and local business practices, which inherently often contravene Sarbanes-Oxley? How do they fulfill their obligations when corporate assets have disappeared on the other side of the globe? Panelists will discuss how to tackle these ethical, business and legal conundrums facing corporations today.
On Tuesday, May 25, Control Risks is offering Risks and Realities of Doing Business in China. Incredible potential in China has attracted increasing foreign direct investment, and companies are flocking to establish physical operations or local partnerships. However, with this potential comes a commensurate level of risk and many have become victims in a difficult, complex and still developing economic framework. Speakers will discuss risks facing companies either doing or considering doing business in China and provide insights as to how these risks can be managed.
Each session takes place from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Princeton Club, 15 West 43rd Street, New York City. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
There is no charge for these seminars. For further information, call Dana Kelly at (212) 967-3955 or e-mail email@example.com.
Control Risks also will present its 2004 Kidnap & Extortion Incident Management Course on Wednesday-Friday, May 12-14 in New York City. Time and specific location are to be announced. Speakers from Control Risks will include Gary Noesser, senior vice president; Armando Lara, senior vice president, and Wells Goddin, vice president.
For further information, contact Cathy Johnson at (202) 449-3354 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.