China Fraud Risk Management Seminar
Key Factor for Success of Your Business in China - How should Japanese companies manage fraud and related business risks?
Reporter: Koki Matsuzawa, Forensic Services Senior Manager, Deloitte Tohmatsu FAS
14:30-17:30, 19 April 2010
13:30-16:30, 20 April 2010
14:30-17:30, 21 April 2010
- Analysis of the fraud risk mechanism resulting from business operations in China
- Fraud case studies, fraud investigation technology and regulatory environment introduced by Chinese professional
- Fraud cases and business issues uncovered in M&A in China
Hitoshi Matsufuji, Partner, Forensic Services, Deloitte Tohmatsu Japan
Koichiro Tanaka, Partner, Transaction Services, Deloitte Tohmatsu Japan
Koki Matsuzawa, Senior Manager, Forensic Services, Deloitte Tohmatsu Japan
Nick Robinson, Partner, Forensic Services, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu China
Rachel Layburn, Associate Director, Forensic Services, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu China
The situation has been long that many Japanese companies transfer their manufacturing bases to China and procure raw materials from China. Under the prolonged economic recession, operating business with relatively low cost in China creates attractive opportunities to most of Japanese companies. Thus, business risk management in China becomes more and more important in the past decade. However, most Japanese companies incur losses by supply chain fraud and corruption, which make companies hard to maximize their profits. How to manage fraud and related business risks turns to be a key factor for success.
Please download the report of the seminar.