Recent months have brought reports of increased regulatory scrutiny, including potential delays in customs clearances and other routine regulatory action, as well as concerns by business leaders about the safety and security of their employees in this new environment. During this period of increased policing activity it is paramount for business leaders to understand what is happening and how to take precautions in their professional and personal lives.
On August 14 from 12:00 to 1:15 pm AmCham Shanghai will host a security briefing by Control Risks experts, who will offer their perspectives on how AmCham members can better understand and manage their duty of care in this changing environment. The topics covered will be:
- Enforcement aimed at illicit substances and "social ills"
- Regulatory enforcement and inspection trends
- Detentions, travel bans and other restrictions
- Best practices for expats in China
The event will begin with a briefing by Control Risks Partner in the Crisis and Security Consulting Practice for the Greater China Region Sean Molloy followed by a Q&A with United States Deputy Regional Security Officer Special Agent Ian Norris.