Paradise Papers – Implications for Law Firms, Securities & Financial Institutions and Other Professional Services Business

Paradise Papers – Implications for Law Firms, Securities & Financial Institutions and Other Professional Services Business

Overview

The reported hack of computer systems at the offshore law firm Appleby, and leakage of 13.4 million files, has highlighted, once again, how critical data security is to law firms, securities & financial institutions and other professional services business. What can be done to protect clients and preserve key information?

Content

1. The recent Appleby series of leaks
2. The Mossack Fonseca incident in 2015
3. Political fallout
4. Implications for law firms, securities & financial institutions and other professional service providers
5. Conducting vulnerability assessment of law firms, securities & financial institutions and other professional service providers
6. Q&A

Who should attend

This seminar is suitable for owners and management of law firms, securities and financial institutions and other professional services organisations.

* Light lunch will be provided

Speaker/Course Instructor

Steve Vickers
Steve Vickers is the CEO of Steve Vickers & Associates (“SVA”) and has 40 years’ experience in Asia in both government and the private sectors.

Steve is an acknowledged expert on political and security issues in Asia Pacific and is a frequent commentator on political risk and crisis management/containment issues. His opinion on risk and security issues is regularly sought by the international media and he has lectured widely in Asia, North America and Europe.

For the past 22 years in the private sector, Steve has conducted numerous sensitive – business intelligence assignments, crisis containment issues and other high risk issues facing international corporations. Separately he is an acknowledged expert in the area of Kidnap and Ransom and Product Contamination issues.

Steve previously spent 18 years with the former Royal Hong Kong Police and commanded its Criminal Intelligence Bureau.

He is also a member of the International Institute of Security.

Details

Code
TPPRM17000501
Date & Time
Monday, 18 Dec 2017 (12:20PM - 1:20PM)
Venue
HKSI Institute Training Centre
Language
English
Hours
SFC:1.0, PWMA:1.0
Fees
All Member: HK$330
Staff of Corporate Member: HK$330
Non-Member: HK$580