Industry Briefing on GDPR and its impact on Asia
|Host / Sponsor:||ASIFMA and European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong|
|Event Time:||Thursday, 17 May, 12:30PM-2:00PM|
|Venue:||10th Floor, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong meeting room 1 and 2.|
The General Data Protection Regulations will become effective this month. Together with ASIFMA, EuroCham is co-hosting an event, on the 17th of May at 12:30PM-2PM for an industry briefing on GDPR and its impact in Asia. During this event Adrian Fisher (Linklaters) and Chris Lim (EY) are both presenting the ET impact on firms in Asia as well as the responses from the regulators in the region. This event will be both holds in Singapore and Hong Kong and there will be a VC connection between the Linklaters offices in Hong Kong and Singapore. After the presentation, a light lunch will be provided by Linklaters.
Price: Free of charge
Limited seats, First come-first served; Pre-registration applies.
Speakers during this event:
Adrian is a corporate and commercial lawyer with particular expertise in technology transactions. Adrian has advised clients across the Asia-Pacific region on commercial and regulatory issues relating to technology and telecoms, including on procurement, licensing and privacy issues, and on corporate transactions involving technology companies. Fisher is a recognized speaker in the market place and a regular contributor to government consultations (e.g. on the MAS’s regulatory sandbox consultation) and industry steering groups (e.g., the Singapore Fintech Association and the FinTech working group of ASIFMA).
Chris Lim is a lawyer at Ernst & Young Advisory and has over 15 years of practical experience between Singapore and Australia practice and works extensively with financial institutions on technology risk, data, governance and regulatory disciplines covering Asia Pacific. In fact, mister Lim has practical experience as acting AP lead for Tech Risk covering 23 countries and also operational insights as SG country head for over 9 months at large global bank based in Singapore.
This event is kindly supported by