ADR Online - An AIAC Webinar Series - Financial Crime in Arbitration - An Industry Perspective
"Money laundering" gained prominence in the early 1900s and over time, technology has enabled money to move swiftly through the global economy. Jurisdictions worldwide have implemented anti-money laundering legislations to combat such activities and many organisations have implemented compliance programs and invested in technology to combat the same. However, efforts to launder money still persist.
Although money laundering and arbitration seem far apart, both commercial and investment arbitrations are vulnerable to financial crimes. It is imperative for arbitral tribunals to be aware of the “red flags” which may indicate that the arbitration proceedings are being used to conceal a fraudulent purpose.
Join our “Financial Crime in Arbitration - An Industry Perspective” webinar held on 27th May at 4:00 p.m. MYT (GMT+8), as we talk to Dr. Patricia Nacimiento, Senior Partner of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Kwan Will Sen, Partner of Skrine, and Alex Tan, Partner of PwC Malaysia, about how money laundering and fraudulent transactions are investigated, pursued and resolved, as well as explore the potential vulnerability of arbitration to white collar crimes.
Nivvy Venkatraman, Senior International Case Counsel of the AIAC, will be the moderator.
To register, please email: email@example.com.