The regulatory "ripple effect": The impact of US and UK investigations in Singapore & South East Asia

The ripple effect from "home base" investigations can create significant challenges for the operations of multinationals in Southeast Asia.

The thorough internal review that may be required can place strain on local management and resources - and occasionally unearth new issues of concern - and the imposition of strict compliance regimes can be at odds with local operational requirements.

This is a panel discussion on the impact of US and UK investigations on corporates and individuals in Singapore and Southeast Asia.  Our partners from New York, London, Singapore and Hong Kong will explore recent investigations initiated by U.S. and UK regulators and explain why corporates and individuals ignore them at their own peril.


Crispin Rapinet is co-head of Hogan Lovells Investigations, White Collar and Fraud practice area.  From 1998 to 2003 Crispin was based in the firm's Hong Kong office as one of the resident commercial litigation partners and Managing Partner of the office.  Crispin was Regional Managing Partner of the firm's offices in Asia and the Middle East from 2005 to 2013.

Marc J Gottridge is co-head of Hogan Lovells’ global financial services litigation practice. He has over 30 years of experience in U.S. federal and state court litigation, investigations by U.S. authorities, and cross-border litigation and investigations.

Mark Lin is a litigation and arbitration partner in Hong Kong focusing on disputes relating to the corporate and financial services sectors, including cross border regulatory investigations and contentious regulatory work.


Maurice Burke is head of Hogan Lovells' litigation and arbitration practice in South East Asia.  He advises on a broad range of commercial litigation, dispute resolution, contentious regulatory and investigation matters throughout Asia, including advising major corporate entities from Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia.

8am - Registration and breakfast
8.30am to 10am - Seminar and Q&A

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