57 episodes

Welcome to Regulatory Ramblings, a new podcast from a team at The University of Hong Kong on the intersection of all things pertaining to finance, technology, law and regulation. Hosted by The Reg/Tech Lab, HKU-Standard Chartered FinTech Academy, Asia Global Institute and the HKU-edX Professional Certificate in FinTech, with support from the HKU Faculty of Law. Join us as we hear from luminaries across multiple fields and professions as they share their candid thoughts in a stress-free environment - rather than the soundbites one typically hears from the mainstream press.

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Welcome to Regulatory Ramblings, a new podcast from a team at The University of Hong Kong on the intersection of all things pertaining to finance, technology, law and regulation. Hosted by The Reg/Tech Lab, HKU-Standard Chartered FinTech Academy, Asia Global Institute and the HKU-edX Professional Certificate in FinTech, with support from the HKU Faculty of Law. Join us as we hear from luminaries across multiple fields and professions as they share their candid thoughts in a stress-free environment - rather than the soundbites one typically hears from the mainstream press.

    Defeating Money Laundering with Rational Thinking, Not Compliance Red-Flags

    Defeating Money Laundering with Rational Thinking, Not Compliance Red-Flags

    Ep 48 with Dr. Mariola Marzouk (Vortex Risk Ltd.)In this episode of Regulatory Ramblings, Dr. Mariola Marzouk, an AML expert who has co-founded Vortex Risk Ltd., shares her insights on trade-based money laundering (TBML), and her philosophy on financial crime prevention. She talks about her approach to leveraging RegTech, the importance of human judgment in AML, and her critique of the global financial regulatory landscape. She also discusses regulatory compliance technologies for their...

    • 1 hr 19 min
    "The Biggest Bank Heist in History Is Coming"

    "The Biggest Bank Heist in History Is Coming"

    Ep 47 with Linda JengLinda Jeng is a digital economy leader and strategist with over two decades of experience in FinTech, policy, and regulation. She is the founder & CEO of Digital Self Labs, a Washington D.C.-based Web3 advisory firm. Digital Self Labs is a cross-disciplinary advisory firm combining blockchain software expertise with policy and regulatory strategy. Linda helps clients design and implement innovative solutions that empower individuals and enable interoperability, transp...

    • 56 min
    Investigative Due Diligence and Why It Matters?

    Investigative Due Diligence and Why It Matters?

    Ep 46 with Daniel GreenbergDaniel Greenberg is the founder, president, and lead investigator of Greenberg Corporate Intelligence, a Washington, DC-based boutique investigations firm that commenced operations in March 2023. The firm offers research and intelligence services for private-sector clients such as support attorneys, private equity firms, hedge funds, and compliance teams. Dan has been working in the due diligence and corporate investigations field since 2010. Most recently, he...

    • 1 hr 22 min
    A Conversation with One of World's Most Formidable Trial Lawyers

    A Conversation with One of World's Most Formidable Trial Lawyers

    Episode #45 with guest John B. Quinn, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLPJohn B. Quinn is the founder and chairman of the nearly four-decade old Los Angeles law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. The firm has been voted the world’s "most-feared law firm" ten times by independent research provider BTI Consulting, which surveyed over 300 key legal decision-makers at the world’s largest organizations. In fact, in BTI’s annual survey - when respondents were asked the law firm that...

    • 47 min
    The Dangers of Non-Technically Trained Lawyers Advising on Technological Matters

    The Dangers of Non-Technically Trained Lawyers Advising on Technological Matters

    In this episode of Regulatory Ramblings, Ron Yu and Donald Day chat with host Ajay Shamdasani on the potentially pernicious consequences of non-technically trained lawyers - specifically, those without degrees or substantial experience in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) - offering advice in situations where technology is either implicated or at the core of the matter. The law can be unforgiving to those that are ignorant of its often arcane ways and ultimately, it is clients t...

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Why ESG Matters?

    Why ESG Matters?

    Episode 43 with guest Jon Solorzano, Vinson & ElkinsJon Solorzano is a Los Angeles-based attorney who serves as counsel and co-head of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) task force at the law firm of Vinson & Elkins. Prior to this role, he served as senior director for legal and corporate development at the Clorox Company. Beyond ESG, Jon is also a highly sought-after thought leader with significant expertise in related fields such as M&A, corporate governance, securi...

    • 55 min

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