Doing Business in Corruption Prone Countries: Understanding & Managing Risk

28 November 2019

WHEN: 5.45pm – 7.30pm
WHERE: HSBC Bank, Level 36, International Tower One, Barangaroo South, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney
RSVP:  info@transparency.org.au
Refreshments provided

Please join us after our AGM to meet and hear from Dennis Miralis, a leading Australia Defence Lawyer and Partner at Nyman Gibson Miralis law firm. An engaging and forthright speaker, Dennis will speak about how businesses need to better understand and manage corruption risks in countries that are prone to corruption.

speaker

Dennis Miralis
Dennis Miralis
Partner at Nyman Gibson Miralis

Dennis Miralis is a leading Australian defence lawyer who specialises in international criminal law, with a focus on complex multi-jurisdictional investigations and criminal prosecutions. His areas of expertise include bribery and corruption, global tax investigations, proceeds of crime, anti-money laundering, worldwide freezing orders, cybercrime, national security law, Interpol Red Notices, extradition and mutual legal assistance law.

Dennis advises individuals and companies under investigation for economic crimes both locally and internationally. He has extensive experience in dealing with all major international investigative and regulatory agencies, including the DOJ, SFO, FBI, IRS and the SEC. Dennis has significant experience in all matters involving investigations and prosecutions by the AFP, ASIC, ACIC, AUSTRAC, ATO, the CDPP and all state agencies including the NSW Police State Crime Command and NSWDPP.  Dennis also specialises in matters involving the New South Wales Crime Commission, Independent Commission Against Corruption and Royal Commissions.