Movers and Shakers - Jan 2018 - new!

January 2018


Wesley Tam has left HSBC and joined China Construction Bank in Hong Kong as Director of Operations and MLRO.

Doris Wong has joined the Hong Kong Jockey Club as a Senior Manager in Compliance. She was previously APAC Head of Ethics at State Street.

Vivek Chatrath has joined Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong as the Regional Head of Investigations. He previously performed a similar role at JP Morgan.

Andy Law has joined Everbright Sun Hung Kai as their Chief Compliance Officer in Hong Kong. He was previously with ANZ.

Adam Redfern has joined Credit Suisse in Singapore as APAC Head of Surveillance. He joins from Goldman Sachs.

Latham & Watkins have hired Catherine McBride in Hong Kong from Deutsche Bank as a Partner, focussing on White Collar Crime.

Carolyn Hanson has joined Paypal in Sydney from Commonwealth Bank of Australia as the Director of Enterprise Risk and Compliance.

Colum Bancroft has joined AlixPartners in Hong Kong as a Managing Director. He joins from Kroll .



Rupert Hague Holmes is the New Regional Head of Compliance at the Royal Bank of Canada for their Wealth Management Division. He moves internally from a global standards role.

John Wynn is the new EMEA Head of Anti-Financial Crimes Risk Management at Wells Fargo. He joins from TD Securities and will be based in London.

Malcolm Wright has left Thomson Reuters in London to join Revolut as their new Chief Compliance Officer.
Philip Wallace has started a new position as Senior Compliance Manager at Langham Hall. He was previously Head of Distribution Compliance at Schroders.

Drew Wnek has joined Danske Bank in London as a Senior Compliance Officer. He joins from Nordea.

Paul Jenkins has joined Societe Generale as their new Deputy Head of Control Room based in London.

Richard Atterbury became Global Head of Internal investigations at Barclays. Richard moved internally and was previously Head of Special Situations.

Katie Smith is now European Head of Legal and Compliance at Vanguard. Katie joins from Deutsche Bank.
Ed Sibley is promoted to Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation at the Central Bank of Ireland. Ed was previously Director for Credit Institutions Supervision.