|Physical participation only. Please register in advance to reserve your seat.|
AmCham’s Legal and ESG Committees invite you to join a seminar focused on Navigating Corporate Governance for Foreign Investors in Vietnam, sponsored by our member organization FTI Consulting. A panel of experienced speakers will share insight on topics such as risk mitigation and compliance, due diligence requirements for investors, and anti-corruption regulations in Vietnam and navigating risk scenarios. It will feature the following speakers:
- Greg Testerman – Chair, AmCham Vietnam
- Rachel Layburn – Sr. Managing Director, Risk Advisory & Investigations practice, FTI Consulting
- Jeremy Tan – Managing Director, Risk Advisory and Investigations Practice, FTI Consulting
- Ursula Szotyory-Grove – Sr. Associate, Mayer Brown Vietnam
The seminar will include time for Q&A and will be followed by a networking reception for all participants.
Join us on April 20th at the InterContinental Saigon from 4:00pm to 7:00pm for this event.
|4:30 PM||Welcome remarks|
|5:00 PM||Panel Discussion and Q&A|
|7:00 PM||Events ends|
|AmCham Members: VND 800,000 | Non-members: VND 950,000|
|Reservations/cancellations must be received by 24 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.|
Sr. Managing Director, Risk Advisory & Investigations Practice, FTI Consulting
Rachel Layburn – As leader of FTI Consulting’s Risk Advisory & Investigations practice in the SEA region, Rachel has over 20 years of experience in risk assessment and mitigation, as well as fraud investigation, white-collar crimes, and allegations of corporate misconduct, including fraudulent financial reporting, misappropriation of corporate assets, conflict of interests, channel stuffing, kickbacks, and foreign corruption and bribery.
Managing Director, Risk Advisory & Investigations Practice, FTI Consulting
Jeremy Tan has over a decade of experience advising private companies, law firms, and governments; having supervised and led the execution of numerous investigative and intelligence gathering assignments, including in-depth reputational due diligence, asset tracing, threat assessments and other bespoke investigative projects, in a multitude of industry sectors. He has worked at major global consultancy firms where he led the growth of the investigations and business intelligence practice groups in Southeast Asia, particularly in Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia.
Senior Associate, Mayer Brown Vietnam
Ursula is a Senior Associate at Mayer Brown Vietnam, and works on corporate and banking and finance matters with clients in Vietnam and across Southeast Asia. Her work includes advising on foreign direct investment in Vietnam, as well as anti-corruption and compliance. Before Mayer Brown, she worked at Russin & Vecchi in Ho Chi Minh City. She is a member of the New York bar. Ursula received her BA from Princeton University and her JD from Tulane Law School.
Chair, AmCham Vietnam
CEO, Testerman Advisory, LLC
I was born in Kansas City, Kansas. My wife Janette is from Mexico, and our 16-year-old son, Matthew, attends ISHCMC. I have two grown daughters: Sarah lives in Washington DC, and Alexa in New York.
I have spent nearly my entire adult life working internationally as an investment banking executive, mainly with JP Morgan and Banco Santander, living in New York, Antwerp, Brussels, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Miami, Panama, Mexico, and Vietnam. I have particular specializations in international capital markets, trade finance, and Governance issues in the financial sector.
After a thirty-year career in international banking, I moved to Saigon and launched a boutique advisory firm targeting emerging market banks.
An ability to adapt effectively to diverse cultural environments is a defining feature of my career. Like many expatriates, Janette and I are addicted to international travel and to the cultural stimulation it inspires.