Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk and Compliance is pleased to announce that the 3rd Pan-Asian Regulatory Summit will take place in Hong Kong on November 27th & 28th, 2012.
Building on the success of previous events in Hong Kong and Singapore, this year’s summit is set to deliver an even more comprehensive and impressive line-up of regulators and industry experts to debate mission critical issues specific to financial services regulatory challenges and reform.
The Summit is expected to attract more than 300 delegates from compliance, risk management, audit and legal as well as significant representation from regulatory bodies such as Hong Kong Securities & Futures Commission, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, The European Central Bank, Financial Services Agency of Japan, China Banking Regulatory Commission, Bank of Thailand, Hong Kong Exchange, Reserve Bank of India, IOSCO and the office of the Commissioner of Insurance, Hong Kong.
The 3rd Pan-Asian Regulatory Summit offers a unique opportunity for direct dialogue between businesses within the financial services sector and regulators on the future of regulatory challenges and reform across Asia and the globe. This unique platform allows regulators to showcase their sophisticated approaches and discuss issues that are critical to the region whilst simultaneously engaging with key stakeholders and compliance and risk management professionals who are seeking clarity and direction on various reforms in the ever changing regulatory landscape.
Key themes to be covered this year include: the increase and internationalisation of RMB business and developing the offshore RMB market, regulation of the OTC derivatives market and reporting regime, corporate governance (in relation to risk management, disclosure of price sensitive information, market conduct, IPO sponsor reforms, etc), private banking regulatory reform, structured products and retail investor banking, Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (CPSS-IOSCO), extraterritorial regulation, enforcement trends & supervision (anti-corruption & AML), new insurance industry regulation (FSB/IAIA focus on systemically important insurers), the evolution of alternative trading platforms (dark pools, algorithmic trading, HFT), shadow banking, Basel III, compliance and HR training and many more. There will also be opportunities for regulators and practitioners to network with various breakout sessions planned.
This year the day one keynote and welcome address will be delivered by Mr. Ashley Alder, Chief Executive Officer of The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission.
This event is strictly by invitation only.