MBS GEMBA Thought Leaders Talk Series
Business Risks in China: How to Avoid or Deal with A Crisis

The Thought Leaders Talk Series is designed for senior executives who are running their own company, or will take on significant responsibilities with current company, to hear business insights from Presidents, CEOs, or Senior Executives.

While China holds many opportunities for foreign business, the complexities of doing business in such a huge, rapidly developing market continue to present challenges. From internal compliance issues to external regulatory enforcement, there is rarely a dull moment for foreign executives. Understanding the changing business risk environment has never been more important in helping companies avoid major issues. But if problems arise, how can companies best deal with complex problems? MBS China Centre invites Neal Beatty, Regional Director of Control Risks and Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai to explore this topic.

Event Details
Date:10th December, Wednesday 2014
Time:19:00 – 21:00
Venue:MBS China Centre
Suite 604, 6F, West Office Tower, Shanghai Centre, 1376 Nanjing West Road
Speaker:Neal Beatty, Regional Director, Global Client Services, China, Control Risks & Chairman of The British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai
Please click here to register. Further information please contact Ms. Jasmine Wang @ jasmine.wang@mbs-worldwide.ac.cn Tel: +86 021 6279 8660

Note: This event is open to senior executives with over 8 years working experience who engage in developing company strategy and business development.

About Speaker:

Neal Beatty is the Regional Director for Global Client Services at Control Risks in China, based in Shanghai. Neal is primarily responsible for managing key account relationships with multinational clients, advising on areas of integrity, security and business risk that impact their operations in the region and across Asia Pacific.
Neal also consults with clients on issues relating to strategic risk management and crisis preparedness. Neal has assisted clients to assess vulnerability against internal and external threats and develop business continuity and crisis management plans. Neal conducts crisis management workshops with senior management groups, and also facilitates quarterly roundtables on integrity risk issues with executives from a wide range of industry sectors.
Neal is also currently the Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, having been elected for a two year term in April 2013.

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