Webinar - Corporate Liability under s.17A MACC Act: Practical Insights from the UK experience

Skrine in collaboration with QEB Hollis Whiteman, one of London’s leading chambers specialising in white collar crime practice presents to you this webinar on the practical insights needed to keep your organisation compliant with s. 17A MACC Act. Malaysia’s corporate liability law is modelled on the UK Bribery Act 2010. The experience under the UK Bribery Act would be very relevant to Malaysian corporations. Hear from leading legal professionals who have assisted clients successfully manage and navigate the pitfalls of corporate liability.

You may email us any question or issue which you wish to raise during this webinar at skrinewebinar_corporateliability@skrine.com.



Siva Kumar Kanagasabai
Partner of Skrine

Kumar has been a dispute resolution lawyer for more than 25 years and has fraud and asset recovery as one of his main areas of practice.



Lim Koon Huan
Partner of Skrine

Koon Huan is an experienced commercial litigator who is also the Co-Head of the firm’s Compliance Practice Group. She specialises in anti-corruption and corporate liability compliance work and fraud and asset recovery disputes.

Sean Larkin QC
Barrister of QEB Hollis Whiteman

A silk frequently engaged to represent individuals and companies in the most high-profile and complex financial crime cases. Sean is often asked to advise, act and lecture on complicated areas of law and was The Times Lawyer of the Week. He has written and lectured extensively on the effect of the Bribery Act 2010.

Selva Ramasamy QC

Barrister of QEB Hollis Whiteman

Selva Ramasamy has a long established and impressive practice in the field of corporate and financial crime. He is a specialist in cases involving corporates and professionals under investigation and charged in criminal, regulatory and disciplinary proceedings.

Ben Fitzgerald

Barrister of QEB Hollis Whiteman

Ben represents professional and corporate clients facing high-profile allegations of corporate and financial crime including bribery and corruption. He is instructed by City firms and in some of the SFO’s most significant prosecutions and investigations.

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