23 JUN – Managing Compliance Risks in the Healthcare & Life Sciences Supply Chains

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Managing Compliance Risks in the Healthcare & Life Sciences Supply Chains

The healthcare and life sciences sector is facing increased complexity in a number of ways, not least as a result of the legal and regulatory measures arising out of the COVID-19 but also due to new and emerging risks brought about by digitalization and sustainability concerns affecting the supply chains.

In this webinar, focusing on Thailand, our Healthcare & Life Sciences team at Baker McKenzie in Bangkok will address compliance risks faced by the industry throughout the life cycle of the healthcare and life sciences supply chains and why it is important to look beyond the “traditional risks” to take into account broader concerns which will shape the industry as it transforms amidst a new and emerging landscape.

Some of the topics to be covered include:

  • Compliance risks arising from digitalization in the supply chain
  • Anti-bribery and corruption risks in the supply chain and internal control measures
  • Regulatory compliance 
  • ESG Compliance and sustainability 
  • Third party and suppliers risk mitigation  

After you have registered, the confirmation and webinar link will be sent to you closer to the date.

Please register by 22 June 2021
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