A USCBC member survey released in September 2014 stated that 86% of companies surveyed said they were concerned about China’s competition enforcement activities. Nearly 30% said they were concerned that they would be targeted by future investigations. In the last 12 months, terrorist incidents in China and attacks on people of Chinese decent traveling in South East Asia have become a growing concern to travel risk managers. This exposure is set to increase as supply chains lengthen and more mainland based employees take on regional roles. H&A will discuss these and other emerging trends that are of a concern to senior management and corporate security directors operating in China today.
Presented by: Neil Marshall, Regional Head - North Asia, Hill & Associates (PRC) Ltd, China
Mr. Marshall is an internationally experienced risk management specialist with over 30 years operating within the business risk consultancy and Security Industry. He has fulfilled a number of senior roles in executive and corporate security management throughout Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Neil was the Area Security Manager for BASF East Asia and delivered supporting security programs for USD8bn worth of capital works projects in China. Currently he is the Regional Head - North Asia and China President for Hill & Associates as well as delivering the various security programs individually. Key initiatives within the China market include integrated Information Protection Programs and BCP for emergency incidents, crisis and restructuring operations.