2017 Corporate Counsel Forum Singapore

Corporate Counsel Forum Singapore 2017
23 November 2017 | One Farrer Hotel & Spa

‘Singapore is built on its ability to harness globalisation and is renowned for integrity, quality, reliability and productivity.’ 

The American Lawyer & Legal Week, published by ALM, is delighted to invite you to join the 5th annual Corporate Counsel Forum Singapore. Taking place at the exclusive One Farrer Hotel & Spa the 23rd November 2017. This year will continue servicing the elite in-house legal community, focusing on key strategic insights that can help corporate counsel in the region deliver a concise and effective message to both the in-house legal team as well as the board. You will hear from key industry experts on current challenges, movements and changes in the industry, as well as how to overcome them. 

The Corporate Counsel Forum Singapore is designed to help you create a process, strategy and a development plan to continue the success in your role.

With ever increasing regulation in an uncertain global climate, complex deals in cross-border markets and new political and economic risks, 2017's theme will be why and how Singapore remains a global front runner. How can General Counsel stay innovative and adapt to a constantly evolving technological and digital world? With increased regulation and issues of privacy, security breaches and corruption, how can General Counsel maintain and build a compliant culture, reduce risk and build stronger security and data privacy? What has the General Counsel learnt from implementing new compliance laws? What are the key successes and failures from the various strategies used?  

Our discussions will focus on giving attendees the practical tools, skills and structure necessary for the in-house legal function of the future. Our expert speakers will give insight into current challenges ad present approaches and strategies that can help you and your legal team succeed. Topics will examine how legal strategy can contribute to competitive advantage for the enterprise, keep up with technological change that will require in house lawyers to manage and operate differently – while remaining a highly-valued advisor to the Board.