Breakfast Seminar - 09.04.2015 | 07:30 - 9:00 | Westin Hotel Tianjin
Internal control is a complete system of controls established by management for ensuring the achievement of a company's objective, the effectiveness and efficiency of business operations, reducing company exposure, reliable reporting structure and compliance with laws and regulations.
Why should Managing Directors take notice of what Enterprise Internal Control is recommending? How can you improve your company's internal control systems in order to maintain a high level of efficiency? And what could be the reason why your internal controls are not working? This informative seminar will give you a detailed explanation of Enterprise Internal Control, supported with case studies. Participants will learn about:
- What is Enterprise Internal Control
- What Enterprise Internal Control can do/cannot do
- How to implement Enterprise Internal Control?
- The existing problems in the Enterprise Internal Control
- How to act if you find out that your employees violate legal rules
- Legal problems connected to violations of the compliance regulations
- Disciplinary measures against employees who violate compliance rules
Dr. Michael Bormann is management consultant and founding partner of bdp group. He has long been engaged in related audit, financial, investment and management consulting professional work with focus in Deutschland and China. With practical experience on business process improvement, risk management, internal control optimization in the field of consulting services, he is also good at integrating Chinese and German people with different expertise to become a team to provide clients professional services. Moreover, he is a foundation member of EuropeFides - the European consultants Association for small and medium-sized enterprises, which also provides contacts and networking to its members all over Asia and Europe.
Mr. Daniel Albrecht is a German attorney at law and has been running Starke Consulting in Beijing since 2014. He specializes in corporate law, commercial law as well as trademark law and labor law. He also assists his clients in drafting and negotiating complex contract documentation. Before he practiced for two well known law firms in China and the oldest foreign law firm in Japan, where he represented mostly German speaking companies. He studied law at the University of Muenster (Germany) and Niigata (Japan) and frequently works as a lecturer for Chinese and International Business law at the Universities of Bremen und Munich.
Fee: German Chamber Member: RMB 120 | Non-Member: RMB 200
Venue: The Westin Tianjin, 101 Nanjing Road, Heping District, Tianjin
Contact: Ms. Wang Min | firstname.lastname@example.org | +86 (0)22 8787 9249