Indian-origin Davinder Singh named vice-chair of ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption

Feb 12, 2016 16:30 IST

Indian-origin lawyer Davinder Singh in the second week of February 2016 was appointed as a vice-chair of the International Chamber of Commerce’s Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption.

With this appointment, Davinder Singh, a citizen of Singapore, became one of three vice-chairs of the commission. Other two vice-chairs are François Vincke of Belgium and Iohann Le Frapper of France.

About Davinder Singh

• He is the Chief Executive Officer of Drew & Napier LLC.

• He graduated from the National University of Singapore, and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 1983.

• He litigated cases in the Singapore Courts in almost every area of the law, including landmark cases.

• He also has an active international arbitration practice involving complex commercial disputes and multiple jurisdictions.

• He was the only Singapore lawyer to win the Outstanding Contribution to the Legal Profession Award at the Chambers APAC Awards 2014.

• He also led the team which won the Cross-border Dispute/Litigation of the Year award for its successful prosecution of one of the largest corruption cases in Brunei Darussalam.

• He was also a former Member of Parliament for Bishan-Toa Payoh Group Representation Constituency from 1988 to 2006.

About ICC & Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption

• ICC is the largest, most representative business organization in the world.

• ICC has three main activities: rule setting, dispute resolution, and policy advocacy.

• Its hundreds of thousands of member companies in over 180 countries have interests spanning every sector of private enterprise.

• ICC was formed in 1919 and its headquarters is located in Paris, France.

• The Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption works closely with the ICC on corruption related issues.

• The focus of the commission is on issues related to anti-money laundering, counter terrorist-financing, public procurement and anti-corruption clauses in model contracts (Commercial Law and Practice).

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