Asia Pacific

Content focused on territories in the Asia-Pacific region

  • Why our due diligence is superior

    Why our due diligence is superior

    Failure to alert authorities of the status of its legal representative may entail that the target company is trying to avoid legal liabilities levelled against the target company and its legal...

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  • Get on top of your compliance in high risk countries

    Get on top of your compliance in high risk countries

    In the wake of the latest events surrounding China’s Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, the compliance community is once again weighing-in on what constitutes proper due diligence and the roles of...

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  • Why a multifaceted due diligence is an important part of a compliance programme

    Why a multifaceted due diligence is an important part of a compliance programme

    Benny Chew conducted several enhanced searches and found that the individual’s address closely matches the address of a shipping company in Shanghai, China.

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  • How well do you trust your third party?

    How well do you trust your third party?

    Eva Tung performed extensive background checks on the company and found no information suggesting that the target company had business dealings in Sudan.

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  • Developing a whistleblowing culture in the APAC region

    Developing a whistleblowing culture in the APAC region

    This changing environment gives an insight into why this personal communication channel would be perceived as private and secure by potential whistleblowers in the Asia-Pacific region.

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  • The National Supervision Commission - China’s newest solution to low level corruption. What will change and how should you adapt?

    The National Supervision Commission - China’s newest solution to low level corruption. What will change and how should you adapt?

    The new, hard-hitting NSC is China’s most comprehensive corruption prevention law to date. Its effective implementation means that standard Chinese practices, such as hospital suppliers treating...

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  • Webinar: Is your China Compliance function keeping up with your global programme?

    Webinar: Is your China Compliance function keeping up with your global programme?

    During this webinar, we will share experiences and leading practices that may help you manage your compliance programme when dealing with China third parties.

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  • From compliance to a business advantage - a look at the industry over the past 10 years

    From compliance to a business advantage - a look at the industry over the past 10 years

    An analytical look at the compliance industry over the past 10 years.

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  • The Asian underworld: How criminals are enabled by legitimate businesses

    The Asian underworld: How criminals are enabled by legitimate businesses

    The infiltration of organised criminal groups into legitimate businesses has moved beyond the traditional underworld sectors into new industries such as renewable energy and pharmaceuticals.

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  • Our 10 year anniversary and The Red Flag Group in numbers

    Our 10 year anniversary and The Red Flag Group in numbers

    Founded in 2006, the Firm has evolved and rapidly grown to meet the needs of our clients, developing cutting-edge information and technology solutions to complement our due diligence and advisory...

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  • China has made a major change to the way companies sell drugs and medical devices

    China has made a major change to the way companies sell drugs and medical devices

    The Chinese government has changed the way medical devices and drugs are sold to hospitals, clinics and state-sponsored medical offices.

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  • The Red Flag Group: Regional updates

    The Red Flag Group: Regional updates

    Quarterly news and updates from our Regions; Americas; Europe, MENA, DACH, APAC and Australia. Insight on new office openings and new positions, as well as focus areas and successes.

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  • It’s time to start thinking twice about your South Korean suppliers

    It’s time to start thinking twice about your South Korean suppliers

    How comfortable would you be hiring a supplier in a country where all of these activities have occurred in just the past few months...

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  • What to consider when making charitable donations in Asia

    What to consider when making charitable donations in Asia

    Most companies understand the need for, and have developed, robust policies around the approval and tracking of corporate gifts, travel and entertainment. Such policies often: set limits on the ...

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  • Assessing country risks for international development

    Assessing country risks for international development

    The worldwide effects of corruption are becoming well documented across the globe. It impacts people, businesses and countries. One of the lesser discussed effects is on national and ...

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  • South Korea prepares for far-reaching anti-bribery changes

    South Korea prepares for far-reaching anti-bribery changes

    South Korea’s new anti-bribery regime will come into effect this time next week, introducing far-reaching changes to the country’s anti-bribery landscape. Although the law has failed to satisfy ...

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  • Australian government targets foreign bribery with anti-graft team launch

    Australian government targets foreign bribery with anti-graft team launch

    Recent corporate scandals involving Australian companies are threatening the country’s reputation for fairness, and the sitting federal government has had enough of it. Justice Minister Michael ...

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  • Hong Kong cleanliness and KYC need confirmed by appeal judgment

    Hong Kong cleanliness and KYC need confirmed by appeal judgment

    The recent judgment by the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal against disgraced businessman Carson Yeung has reinforced the territory’s status as a clean financial centre, according to legal ...

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  • Taiwanese bank accused of ‘indifference’ towards Panama Papers risk

    Taiwanese bank accused of ‘indifference’ towards Panama Papers risk

    The impact of the Panama Papers data leak continues to be felt across multiple industries and organisations that were named and, in some cases, shamed as a result of transactions involving Panama ...

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  • Compliance in Japan can be a cultural minefield

    Compliance in Japan can be a cultural minefield

    With a recessive domestic market, enduring deflation and a rapidly-aging society, part of Prime Minister Abe’s solution is to turn Japan into a global player through free-trade agreements, cross-borde

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