Partner, Hong Kong
Charlotte acts for a wide range of national and international financial institutions including investment and private banks, asset and wealth managers (including hedge fund and private equity managers and advisors) and insurance companies. Her practice includes advising on setting up regulated businesses in Hong Kong, on-going compliance with regulatory laws, codes and guidelines, product offering, regional and global cross border issues, regulatory corporate governance, anti money laundering and data privacy. She has been actively involved in responding to recent regulatory consultations including on client suitability requirements, manager in charge regime and amendments to the SFC Fund Manager Code of Conduct. Charlotte is a member of the Alternative Investment Management Association Regulatory Committee. She is qualified as a solicitor both in Hong Kong and England & Wales.
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- Culture, compliance and corporate governance in the new decade
- UK AML changes in force today
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- Hong Kong’s Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data – the end of the paper dragon?
Last year the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner expressed concern that Hong Kong runs the risk of being left behind as… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
This year marks the beginning of a new decade, challenging us to look back at the progress the business community h… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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Key changes to UK anti-money laundering regulation are taking effect today. Most affected are the new types of busi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
The Australian Law Reform Commission has authored a discussion paper into criminal responsibility in Australia. Amo… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…