3rd Annual Compliance Summit Asia

FinanceAsia in association with The CorporateTreasurer and AsianInvestor hosted the 3rd Annual Compliance Summit Asia on November 6 at the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong.
Mark Steward, Securities and Futures Commission

Mark Steward, Securities and Futures Commission

Steve Tarrant, Goldman Sachs

Steve Tarrant, Goldman Sachs

Justin Baldacchino, JP Morgan

Justin Baldacchino, JP Morgan

Sally Wong, Hong Kong Investment Funds Association

Sally Wong, Hong Kong Investment Funds Association

Panel: Hong Kong as the gateway to China

Panel: Hong Kong as the gateway to China

Paul Smith, CFA Institute

Paul Smith, CFA Institute

Lora Yip, Vanguard Investments Hong Kong

Lora Yip, Vanguard Investments Hong Kong

Jonathan Phillips, Bank of America-Merrill Lynch

Jonathan Phillips, Bank of America-Merrill Lynch

Arthur Tse, AllianceBernstein

Arthur Tse, AllianceBernstein

Pauline Wong, State Street Bank & Trust

Pauline Wong, State Street Bank & Trust

Panel: How to interpret the tealeaves

Panel: How to interpret the tealeaves

James Shipton, Securities and Futures Commission

James Shipton, Securities and Futures Commission

Sophia Yap, CBRE

Sophia Yap, CBRE

Kathryn Ruemmler, Latham & Watkins

Kathryn Ruemmler, Latham & Watkins

Catherine Palmer, Latham & Watkins

Catherine Palmer, Latham & Watkins

Vinci Lam, Hong Kong Department of Justice

Vinci Lam, Hong Kong Department of Justice

Chrisol Correia, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Chrisol Correia, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Panel: Global regulation, local reach

Panel: Global regulation, local reach

Chad Olsen, Societe Generale Corporate Investment Banking

Chad Olsen, Societe Generale Corporate Investment Banking

Kim Frisinger, Citibank

Kim Frisinger, Citibank

Panel: Tackling AML

Panel: Tackling AML

Philip Tye, Alternative Investment Management Association

Philip Tye, Alternative Investment Management Association

Veronique Lafon-Vinais, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Veronique Lafon-Vinais, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Panel: Creating a compliance culture

Panel: Creating a compliance culture

Brian Tang, Asia Capital Markets Institute

Brian Tang, Asia Capital Markets Institute

Mark Steward, Securities ...
Steve Tarrant, Goldman Sachs
Justin Baldacchino, JP Morgan
Sally Wong, Hong Kong ...
Panel: Hong Kong as the ...
Paul Smith, CFA Institute
Lora Yip, Vanguard ...
Jonathan Phillips, Bank of ...
Arthur Tse, AllianceBernstein
Pauline Wong, State Street ...
Panel: How to interpret ...
James Shipton, Securities ...
Sophia Yap, CBRE
Kathryn Ruemmler, Latham & ...
Catherine Palmer, Latham & ...
Vinci Lam, Hong Kong ...
Chrisol Correia, LexisNexis...
Panel: Global regulation, ...
Chad Olsen, Societe ...
Kim Frisinger, Citibank
Panel: Tackling AML
Philip Tye, Alternative ...
Veronique Lafon-Vinais, ...
Panel: Creating a ...
Brian Tang, Asia Capital ...
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