Indian-origin lawyer Davinder Singh named vice-chairman of ICC commission

Indian-origin lawyer Davinder Singh (58) has been named as Vice-Chairman of International Chamber of Commerce Commission (ICC) on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption.

Mr. Singh is one of top Indian-origin lawyer in Singapore. Currently he is chief executive of the Singapore based law firm Drew & Napier. He was member of Singapore Parliament from 1988-2006.

About International Chamber of Commerce Commission (ICC)

  • ICC is Paris (France) based private sector world business organisation with a central role in global trade and commerce.
  • It brings together more than 300 members from 40 countries, representing multi-national companies (MNCs), law firms, trade associations, and small and medium-sized industries.
  • Commission Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption: It is one of the 13 policy commissions under the ICC. It forges mechanisms, international rules and standards used across the globe.
  • It develops rules of best practices, conduct and advocacy for fighting corruption among other things in the corporate sector.

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