Butterworths Hong Kong Anti-Money Laundering Handbook - Second Edition
The Butterworths Hong Kong Anti-Money Laundering Handbook is a detailed work of reference on the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Ordinance (Cap 615).
The second edition includes a summary of the Government’s consultation exercise on legislative proposals to enhance AML regulations and a list of updated Guidelines published by regulatory bodies for operation of Schedule 2 of the Ordinance. It also encompasses significant judicial decisions and rules of court, as well as notes ranging from definitions of words and phrases to discussions on practical aspects and contentious issues, along with other authoritative materials. Section by section annotations are fully cross-referenced, with comprehensive tables of cases, legislation and other sources referred to.
This series has been cited with authority in over one hundred court cases in the Hong Kong Court of First Instance, Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal. This Handbook will be an invaluable source of information for practitioners, academics, students and anyone engaged in or interested in the laws governing anti-money laundering in Hong Kong.
About the Author
Before joining the legal profession, Dominic has worked in the banking sector and as well as in the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). Dominic’s practice focuses on advising clients on matters relating to anti-corruption, white-collar crime, law enforcement, regulatory and compliance matters in Hong Kong, including advice on anti-money laundering. He also handles cases involving corporate litigation, shareholders’ disputes and insolvency matters, defamation cases, domestic and international arbitration cases, cyber security, data security and privacy law issues, competition law matters, e-Discovery and forensic investigation issues as well as property litigation. Dominic is currently a board member of a charity that provides a home service for sick children and their families. He is supportive and actively participating in the activities of the charity.