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Regulators around the world are seeking to strengthen governance frameworks to deter and prevent the perpetuation of employee misconduct and to stem the “rolling of bad apples.”

In this webinar recording, Eunice Tan and Grace Fung from our financial services regulatory team, and Zhao Yang Ng and Sonia Wong from our employment and compensation team discuss and analyze regulatory developments proposed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority in meeting these objectives.

They provide an overview of the existing regimes in both Hong Kong and Singapore and what changes the new regime will bring, delve into misconduct reporting across both jurisdictions, and end the session by providing useful practical steps to consider going forward.

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Grace Fung is a Special Counsel in Baker McKenzie's Hong Kong Office.

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Eunice Tan is a local principal in the Financial Services Regulatory Practice Group of Baker McKenzie's Singapore office. She specialises in regulatory, legal and compliance matters affecting the financial services industry. She has been consistently recognised in Legal 500 Asia Pacific as the Next Generation Lawyer for Financial Services Regulatory, where she was "singled out for being smart and having the ability to navigate the Singapore regulatory landscape" and "is responsive, pleasant and willing to explore different parameters". Eunice graduated from King's College, London in 2004. She was admitted as Barrister-at-Law of England & Wales in 2005 and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2007.

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Ms. Wong is a Special Counsel in the Employment team in Baker McKenzie Hong Kong. She is known for her knowledge of employment and labour related laws. She has advised numerous clients across multiple industries such as consumer goods & retail, information technology, pharmaceutical, insurance, and banking and finance, on various employment issues.

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Zhao Yang Ng is a senior associate in Baker McKenzie's Singapore office.

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