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Corporate Compliance Management in Multinational Companies in China

Time:6:30pm-8:20pm, Nov.21st

Venue:Multimedia Room, Mingli Building

Languange:English

Speaker:Qiao Gangliang,Executive Vice President & General Counsel Siemens Northeast Asia Siemens Ltd., China

Brief Introduction of the Lecture:

On the basis of relevant experience of Siemens Ltd., China, we will address the relevant legal and regulatory environment, internal rules and procedures, practice and culture, relating to the internal control mechanism in Corporate Compliance Management in Multinational Companies in China.

Brief Introduction of the Speaker:

Mr. Gangliang Qiao assumed his current position as General Counsel Siemens North East Asia, General Counsel Siemens Ltd., China on May 1st, 2009, with full responsibility for all legal and compliance affairs of Siemens in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mongolia. He is a member of the leadership team of Siemens North East Asia.

Prior to joining Siemens, Mr. Qiao worked with General Electric (“GE”) as Vice President and General Counsel for GE Healthcare Greater China and GE Capital Greater China respectively from 2000 to 2009. Mr. Qiao successfully led the Legal and Compliance team in supporting GE achieving continuous high-speed business growth in Greater China.

Mr. Qiao joined GE in 2000 from the New York-based law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP (“Paul Weiss”), where he was an associate in its New York office and Beijing Office. Prior to Paul Weiss, Mr. Qiao practiced law as a partner of a leading law firm in China.

Mr. Qiao is a foreign arbitrator for China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and Beijing Arbitration Commission respectively. Upon graduation from Georgetown, Mr. Qiao clerked for Honorable Douglas W. Hillman, a federal judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan.

Mr. Qiao is the author of “The Court Is Now In Session!”, a personal recount of his experience as the first Chinese national of clerking for a U.S. federal judge. The best-seller book was published by San Lian Publishing House.