Webinar Legal & Compliance

Dialogue with Minister Shanmugam on Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Act

Member only
Language: English

Price:
FREE

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Join this dialogue session with Mr. K. Shanmugam, Minister at Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Law who will be sharing more on FICA

 

The Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Act (FICA) is a law recently passed in Parliament to enable the government to counter foreign interference in Singapore's domestic politics conducted through hostile information campaigns and the use of local proxies. However, there have been questions about FICA's precise reach and how it will be operationalised.

The dialogue session is for MHA to share more about FICA and for members of the international chambers to share concerns or feedback, such as on whether foreign companies and foreign employees speaking in either their personal or business capacity need to be worried about FICA, and whether the international business community needs to be mindful of certain boundaries when advocating for business-related policies in Singapore.

Who should attend?

-C-levels Executives

-Managing Directors

-General Managers

-HR Professionals

If you have any questions that you would like to raise during the session, please email them to Vanessa Hobbs, Account and Committees Manager at vhobbs@fccsingapore.com by November 5, 2021, 5pm.

Singapore Business Federation (SBF) will be sending the zoom link directly to you prior to the event date.

Terms and Conditions

- Registration closes on November 5, 2021

- Please note that your details will be shared with SBF

- For any further information, please contact Vanessa Hobbs at vhobbs@fccsingapore.com

 

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