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ICAC Commissioner - Dr Timothy H M TONG  

Commissioner's Message

You are cordially invited to the 5th ICAC Symposium to be hosted by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on 9 - 11 May 2012. The theme of the Symposium is “Old Challenge, New Approach: Fighting Corruption in a Changing World”.

Corruption is increasingly a challenge that needs to be addressed with concerted efforts by the international law enforcement community. Recent economic crises and governance scandals have seen corruption plaguing the world economy and livelihood even more severely than in the past. Corrupt players have taken advantage of intensified globalization, advanced technology and corporate vehicles to launder their illicit proceeds across border. No longer suffice us to merely reflect on how far we have come: the question now is how much further we are prepared to go. The ICAC, in partnership with our anti-graft counterparts around the world, is committed to taking extra steps to fight the lasting war against corruption. Our 2012 Symposium will provide an excellent opportunity for us to focus our minds on adopting new methods and approaches as we reinforce our energies.

Eminent experts from anti-corruption and related fields will bring with them the latest know-how from their jurisdictions and exchange views on new anti-corruption initiatives and strategies. I am confident that delegates worldwide will find the Symposium an excellent platform for insightful discussions and experience sharing.

I look forward to meeting you in Hong Kong.

Dr Timothy HM Tong

Signature of the ICAC Commissioner

Independent Commission Against Corruption
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region




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