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The much anticipated Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) of China passed on August 20 has charted out ways in which personal data will be used in China. The law will serve as an important reference not only for companies operating in China but also for implementing rules in the future. However, despite the simplicity of its purpose, questions remain about the scope and implications of the newly passed law. How will the new law affect existing business and how could companies adapt their compliance efforts? To help our members understand the impact of PIPL and how businesses can and should prepare themselves to ensure compliance when the law takes effect on November 1, the Ethics and Compliance Committee and Government Affairs Committee are pleased to jointly present a seminar on the PIPL on September 9 at 9:00 to 10:30 at the AmCham Shanghai Conference Center.


The seminar will feature a presentation by Rossi Luo, Forensics and Cyber Director at Hill & Associates, on the key sections of the law and its impact on companies in China. A panel discussion will follow, with corporate compliance and GA experts providing insights and analysis on how this may shape the corporate data strategy within China going forward. The meeting is off the record.


Who should attend:

--Compliance Officers

--Government Affairs Practitioners

--Corporate Technology Officers

--Corporate Marketing Officers

Agenda

9 AM - 9:30 AM
Opening Remarks, Presentation by Hill & Associates Experts
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
10:15 AM - 10:30 AM
Q&A

Speakers

  • Lawrence Federman (Founder & CEO of Asia Advisers (Shanghai) Limited)

    Lawrence Federman

    Founder & CEO of Asia Advisers (Shanghai) Limited

    Lawrence Federman is founder and CEO of Shanghai based risk management consultancy Asia Advisers that specializes data privacy compliance and digital policy services.
    Lawrence is a 24-year resident of China, with a career that has spanned work as APAC lead at an American software company in Hong Kong, Director of a state-owned enterprise in Beijing and Senior Director at Nielson in Shanghai before establishing his own firm. Along the way, he also secured China permanent residency and spent a year studying Chinese at Fudan University. Now, he focuses on helping firms in China manage their risk and navigate the rapidly evolving data privacy regulatory landscape.
    Asia Advisers focuses on two types of client needs—helping multinational clients that have an overseas compliance team and need on the ground support in China, and local clients that need assistance to create their own compliance program.
    Outside of his work, Lawrence continues to study Chinese and to travel extensively throughout the country.

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  • Haiqing Lu (Chief Corporate Affairs & Strategic Relations Officer at InterContinental Hotels Group Greater China)

    Haiqing Lu

    Chief Corporate Affairs & Strategic Relations Officer at InterContinental Hotels Group Greater China

    LU Haiqing joined InterContinental Hotels Group in 2013. He’s currently the Chief Corporate Affairs & Strategic Relations Officer responsible for managing all external and internal communications and key stakeholders’ relations, such as owners, media, industry organizations, government authorities, and communities in Greater China.

    LU Haiqing has nearly 30 years’ experience in corporate affairs. He started his career in the foreign service of the Chinese government. Subsequently he was a lecturer for a brief period in the School of Public Affairs, and an assistant researcher in the China Center, both with the University of Maryland at College Park. After his tenure in the public sector, he moved on to senior positions in multi-national companies such as Fortune, Ogilvy, Baxter, Diageo, and Tesco. The unique mix of his experiences offered him comprehensive perspectives and contributed to the strategic guidance and insights he has been providing to the business community on all aspects of public affairs, in terms of both capitalizing on market opportunities and managing corporate risks.

    LU Haiqing holds a master’s degree in Public Administration & International Relations from the University of Maryland at College Park. He lives in Shanghai. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities and reading as well.

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  • Rossi Luo (Forensics and Cyber Consulting Director of Hill & Associates)

    Rossi Luo

    Forensics and Cyber Consulting Director of Hill & Associates

    Rossi Luo joined H&A in 2021 as the Director for the firm’s investigation and cyber security services for Greater China and North Asia.

    Rossi has close to 15 years of professional experience in consulting firms, has led more than 500 engagements in areas of financial audit, risk advisory, internal control and audit, process improvement and automation, compliance consulting and investigation, as well as due diligence and information security consulting;

    Rossi has extensive working skills in 1) process and internal control (e.g. SOX, COSO, risk assessment, policy development and implementation, internal audit, etc.), 2) business consulting (e.g. process improvement, system implementation, data analysis, SSC implementation, credit risk management, trainings and presentation, etc.) and 3) investigation and compliance (e.g. structured interview, confrontational interview, discreet source enquiries, forensic accounting, public domain research, IT forensics, etc. );

    Rossi speaks three languages: Mandarin, English and Japanese;

    Prior to H&A, Rossi has worked for Deloitte’s Enterprise Risk Service (4.5 years), Ernst & Young’s Advisory Department (5 years), Control Risks’ Fraud and Investigation Department (1.5 years) and Grant Thornton’s Business Consulting Department (3 years). He has a Bachelor of Business Japanese from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and owns multiple certifications including CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) and CTA (Certified Taxation Agent).

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  • Nathaniel Rushforth (Cybersecurity and Data Law Counsel at Da Wo Law Firm Shanghai)

    Nathaniel Rushforth

    Cybersecurity and Data Law Counsel at Da Wo Law Firm Shanghai

    Nathaniel is an experienced American lawyer and litigator with a focus on cybersecurity and data law. He has a background in computer science and engineering, and over 10 years of public and private legal experience, the last four of which have been in Shanghai.
    Prior to entering legal practice, Nathaniel worked in software design and cybersecurity for a large multinational, a startup, and the US Government. In his current position leading the Cybersecurity and Data practice at DaWo Law Firm, he brings both these bodies of knowledge to bear while helping companies navigate the evolving cybersecurity compliance and data protection landscape in China and worldwide.

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  • Shirley Zhang (Global Compliance Director of Dover Fueling Solutions)

    Shirley Zhang

    Global Compliance Director of Dover Fueling Solutions

    Ms. Shirley Zhang is the Global Compliance Director for Dover Fueling Solutions. She holds more than 18 years of compliance-related experience on due diligence, sanction /Export control, anti-corruption, and risk assessment in different regions. She practiced in different industries including but not limited to FMCG, pharma, special chemical, and fueling solutions.

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Member Price RMB 100
Member Company Employee Price
Standard Price RMB 200
Non-Member Ticket
Standard Price RMB 300

Venue

AmCham Shanghai Conference Center (Xintiandi)

27F, Infinitus Tower

No.168 Hubin Road, Huangpu District
新天地湖滨路168号无限极大厦27楼

Shanghai, China

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