Date: Nov 26, 2021
Settlements have become an important part of the anti-corruption enforcement, in spite of the criticism from non-government organisations (NGO’s). Even so, it is likely that many corruption scandals would not have been unveiled, and the proceeds of corruption recovered, if not for the use of mechanisms of negotiated justice. However, unlike most other regions, Asian countries are still adopting the strategy and are yet to maximise its potential.
The purpose of this webinar is to explore how different Asian jurisdictions address the settlements from a normative and practical perspective. Moreover, topics of transparency, confidentiality and reliability of the procedure and cross border repatriation of funds will be discussed.
This event is FREE for all
Manavendra Mishra, Khaitan & Co, India
Lim Koon Huan, Skrine, Malaysia
Jafar Khan, Mott McDonald, UAE
Atul Juvle, Schindler, India
Pinky Anand, Supreme Court of India, India
Maurice Burke, DLA Piper, Singapore
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