Officers at the panel discussion hosted by HBKU Faculty of Regulation.
Doha: The Higher education of Regulation at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), in collaboration with Siemens Strength Qatar, recently hosted a panel dialogue to discover troubles confronted by firms in Qatar relating to regulatory compliance. The dialogue focused on modern authorized troubles and alternatives.
The occasion was moderated by Susan L Karamanian, Dean, Faculty of Regulation. The discussion included three parts: anticorruption, the environment, and labour.
The panel of specialists analysed how firms can deal with the legal and regulatory problems in a sustainable and transparent way.
The speakers included Mona Daraei, Senior Law firm and Compliance Supervisor at Siemens Electricity, and Dr. Ilias Bantekas, Professor, College or university of Legislation, who discussed anticorruption and the affect of worldwide very best practices in environment a minimal floor for workplace conduct. Luigia Ingianni, Commissioner of the Work Expectations Office environment at the Qatar Economic Centre (QFC), available experience on labour challenges, emphasising the value of open up however private interaction channels.
College of Regulation SJD university student and JD alumnus, Hamoudeh Al Zaini, a compliance officer and senior authorized counsel at the QFC Authority, delivered more remarks on the want for transparency and distinct policies and methods. Dr. Markus Gehring, Affiliate Professor, College of Cambridge, and Traveling to Professor of Legislation at the Faculty of Legislation, shared his insights on the subject matter of the environment, particularly as to the escalating overall body of European Union legislation that could reach corporations in Qatar because of to planet-extensive source chains.
Commenting right after the forum, Dean Karamanian claimed: “This function is a timely dialogue on the pertinent troubles that firms in Qatar are dealing with in adhering to established laws and laws as effectively as adjusting to new ones. The abundant and varied knowledge introduced by our panellists, alongside with their one of a kind insights as to the sensible areas of compliance, included large benefit to the exchange. I am grateful to our lover, Siemens Electrical power, and seem ahead to even more collaborative initiatives to assistance develop knowing about the authorized surroundings in Qatar.”
Stressing the significance of the panel discussion, Mona Daraei, Siemens Strength, remarked: “As a enterprise running in many domains in Qatar, we are nicely knowledgeable of the regulatory and lawful concerns that are confronted by organizations in Qatar. Together with our companions, which include HBKU, we remain committed to creating approaches to collaboratively recognize and likely resolve these issues for an general productive and economical business natural environment in Qatar.”