Darrell R. Johnson, the senior foreign legal advisor at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, will be a featured speaker at the American Conference Institute's 5th Asia-Pacific Summit on Anti-Corruption, Compliance and Risk Management. The event is being held November 15-16, 2016 in Singapore.
Darrell is scheduled to lead a session on the summit's first day on Indonesia: Current Corruption and Enforcement Landscape and Where Multinationals Are Most at Risk.
Darrell will highlight recent anti-corruption enforcement activities by Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Attorney General's Office, the Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports & Analysis Centre, and the Financial & Development Supervisory Agency. Darrell will also look at what industries generally are being reviewed and what government agencies look for during an investigation. He will also discuss best practices for companies in Indonesia to ensure compliance with the country's anti-corruption laws.
Darrell R. Johnson has resided in Indonesia for almost 40 years. One client said of Darrell: "Who better to ask than Darrell Johnson on the development of Indonesian law over the past few decades. He is an Indonesian expert." Another noted that Darrell provides a cross-cultural outlook by combining Western ideas with an ability to meet local conditions.
Darrell's practice includes compliance and risk management, Indonesian finance, banking and capital markets law, foreign investment law, oil and gas law, mergers and acquisitions, insurance law and corporate and commercial law.
Darrell is recognized as a leading practitioner in Indonesia for banking and finance, corporate/M&A, projects and energy, financial and corporate law, and restructuring and insolvency by independent legal directories including Chambers & Partners, IFLR1000, Legal 500, Asialaw and Who's Who Legal.
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Now in its fifth year, ACI's annual Asia-Pacific Summit on Anti-Corruption, Compliance and Risk Management will provide advanced and real-world practical insights on innovations on compliance and the best mitigation strategies. There will be updates on the fast-evolving anti-corruption landscape in the region, with in-depth discussions of Indonesia, China, India, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, South Korea and Australia.
This two-day forum is designed for decision-makers in the fields of anti-corruption, compliance and internal risk control management. It provides attendees the opportunity to share experiences and discuss risk mitigation strategies and compliance programs, and explore the challenges of doing business in the tightening Asia-Pacific enforcement environment.