Meet the advisory board and chairs for the event
Georgia Dawson, Asia Managing Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Wendy Lin, Partner, WongPartnership LLP
Warathorn Wongsawangsiri, Partner, Weerawong C&P
Ros Prince, Partner, Stephenson Harwood
Exciting, new and different for an Asset Recovery & Fraud Conference
By the Industry for the Industry
The speakers and agenda have been identified and selected by an independent advisory board with the sole aim of providing the industry with a cost effective, impartial and content focused event. This conference is predicated on the quality of the coverage on offer.
Value for money
At a price unparalleled in the industry this is a must attend event. Take advantage of any of the networking events associated with the conference at no additional cost. Mix and mingle in a relaxed environment with your peers, colleagues and potential clients.
Impartial speaker faculty
Speakers have been selected purely on their credibility, knowledge and expertise. There is no other factor utilised in the compilation of the speaker line-up. It will offer delegates unparalleled analysis of the latest trends, thinking and developments in the industry.
Who will you meet?
Both the audience and speaking faculty primarily comprise of a mixture of local and regional firms from across Asia to ensure that it is a truly pan-Asian, industry driven event, that caters to the needs of the market.
Additionally as exhibited by our highly successful flagship Asset Recovery event in Dublin the conference will also attract the leading civil fraud practitioners, insolvency practitioners and litigators from across the globe.
Key jurisdictions already represented
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
1MDB the world's biggest financial scandal
Set up in 2009, 1Malaysia Development Bhd was intended to turn Kuala Lumpur into a financial hub and boost the economy through strategic investments. Instead it has funded a national scandal with investigations in at least half a dozen countries including the US and Switzerland.
Implicating Malaysia's highest ranking officials, including the not-so-anonymous “Malaysian Official 1”, former US attorney general Loretta Lynch, described it as “the largest kleptocracy case” in US history.