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 be combining forces and invite you to join us for the annual Corporate Counsel Forum Singapore. Taking place at the exclusive One Farrer Hotel & Spa the 23rd November 2017, we will be merging two of the most established summits in the region to continue servicing the elite in-house legal community in Singapore. This year’s gathering will focus on key strategic insights that can help corporate counsel in the region deliver a concise and effective message to both your in-house legal team as well as the board.

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.

THEME: Putting It all Together to Envision the 2020 Scenario for your In-House Legal TeamEver increasing regulation, never-ending board demands, stakeholder and NGO issues, complex deals in cross-border markets, new political and economic risks … it all adds up to a very long to-do list for the General Counsel and in-house legal function. How will you deliver the competence and the coverage to meet future challenges and deliver sustainable value to the business?

Our panelists will round up the morning discussions to focus on the tools, skills and structure necessary for the in-house legal function of the future. These experts will present approaches and planning tips that can help you and your legal team succeed- yet still get some sleep at night. This provocative discussion will touch on new structures and operating approaches that overtake the old, 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 keeping a centre seat at the top table and being a highly-valued advisor to the Board.