DOING BUSINESS IN AFRICA: Practical Issues of Corporate Governance and Corruption on the Ground

Steven Powell, the head of Forensics at ENSAfrica and a leading anti-corruption expert in Africa will share best practices and advice on how to manage corruption risks when doing business in Africa.

He will also highlight applicable global Anti-Corruption legislation and will share insights on how regulators are becoming increasingly focused on corruption in Africa. Steven will share insights and case studies regarding the type of corruption risks that are prevalent on the continent as well as best practices in terms of mitigating and managing these risks.

Wednesday 1st March 2017

Le Laverdy, Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Caudan Waterfront, Port Louis, Mauritius

08h30 – 10h00

Presented by
Mr. Steven Powell, Forensic Executive – ENSAfrica (Forensic Department)

Aurore Martingale on +230 5 945 7691 or

About the Presenter
Steven Powell is a renowned specialist white-collar crime prosecutor and forensics lawyer. Steven specialises in leading forensic investigations that result in successful disciplinary and criminal proceedings against offenders, as well as the recovery of losses in both civil and criminal matters.
Steven is well-known for his skilful application of deception detection techniques, which has resulted in a high percentage of confessions during suspect interviews.

About ENSAfrica (Mauritius)
ENSafrica has established offices and a growing footprint throughout Africa. Its offering to clients is unique, in that it is focused on Africa, and its offices do not operate through a network, nor an alliance, nor a “Swiss Verein”, but as one firm | one team with one brand, made up of people in Africa, working for Africa.

As a law firm based in Africa, ENSafrica has easy access to clients and their markets, and understands the many political, cultural, linguistic and regulatory contexts of African countries.

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