Beacon Events Compliance Conference in Beijing - I Wish I Could Be There


In the Sherlock Holmes story “The Final Problem” Conan Doyle tried to kill off his fictional detective by having him go over Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland locked in mortal combat with his arch nemesis Dr. Moriarty. However, readers of the Holmes’ short stories protested so much that Doyle had to resurrect him a short story entitled “The Adventure of the Empty House”. What do these stories have to do with compliance? I had been scheduled to chair and participate in the Advanced Anti-Corruption Compliance Strategies Summit being held in Beijing from 4th to 6th December, however as I have not been cleared yet to travel after my recent surgery I cannot do so. So unlike Holmes, I will not disappear, just be land-locked here in Houston.

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