The Asia-Pacific Investigations Review 2017

Pages: 78

ISBN: 2059-9129



  • £150.00

The practitioner’s perspective on overcoming the challenges of investigations in Asia-Pacific.

Contributed by some of the region’s most experienced and respected investigations specialists, this volume features cross-border overviews addressing co-operation, corruption enforcement and privilege protection, and dive deep into internal investigations and compliance issues across key jurisdictions, from Australia and China to Japan and Korea. 

Chapters: 

Cross-border overviews:

  • Anti-corruption enforcement in the ASEAN region (Hogan Lovells)
  • Cooperation: the defendable investigation (FTI Consulting)
  • Forensic accountancy (AlixPartners)
  • Protecting privilege in Asia investigations (Herbert Smith Freehills)

Country chapters:

  • Australia: handling internal investigations (DLA Piper Australia)
  • Cambodia: anti-corruption (Tilleke & Gibbins)
  • China: guidance on cartel investigations (King & Wood Mallesons)
  • China: handling internal investigations (Linklaters)
  • India: internal investigations (Archer & Angel)
  • Japan: overview (Nishimura & Asahi)
  • Korea: effective anti-corruption compliance (Kim & Chang)
  • Laos: anti-corruption laws key to economic development (Tilleke & Gibbins)
  • Myanmar: anti-corruption reforms and initiatives (Tilleke & Gibbins)
  • Singapore: handling financial services investigations (WongPartnership LLP)
  • Thailand: anti-corruption compliance (Tilleke & Gibbins)
  • Vietnam: compliance risks (Tilleke & Gibbins)

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