Corporate affairs practitioners are at the battlefront: monitoring and shaping the political, regulatory and trading environment. It’s a high risk, fast moving game in which your company can flourish or fail based on how you respond to these changes.
Recent changes at the top of government, the opening of markets such as Myanmar, outline agreement on the new Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and a wide range of trade deals and cross-border regulations have created a wealth of new challenges and opportunities for business.
The 2016 PublicAffairsAsia Corporate Affairs Forum, supported by lead sponsor Vriens and Partners and co-sponsors including KKR, takes place in Singapore on Tuesday, May 10 – EuroCham members receive a special US$100 discount.
This executive-level forum will examine what current developments mean for those responsible for mapping, shaping and responding to the new political, regulatory and operational realities across Asia Pacific.
Who should attend:
• Government relations and corporate affairs managers and directors
• Regulatory and public affairs managers and directors
• In-country and regional managers
• Representatives of trade groups, government agencies and diplomatic missions
Speakers will include senior representatives from government, the trade and diplomatic community and a wide-range of top-flight corporate public affairs professionals who are themselves spearheading strategies to unlock the power of trade.