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A warm welcome to the WealthBriefingAsia Awards The submission process is now unfortunately closed, but as in previous years we have received an overwhelming response from organisations hoping to win an award in their category. For those new to the awards, the categories are focused broadly around the following areas covering wealth management excellence within South-East Asia:.

To avoid any conflict of interest we have two judging panels. One panel of bankers who judge the trusted advisor categories. Another panel of trusted advisors who are responsible for judging the banking categories. Winning an WealthBriefingAsia Award sets organisations and individuals apart from their peers and is a tangible demonstration that they have something special to offer, rewarding achievement and showcasing top class performance and innovation.

William Ahern established Family Capital Conservation in to focus on providing independent strategic advice to families and intermediaries in complex tax succession and legacy planning. He returned to Hong Kong in to work in a private client law firm, becoming a director of trust and legal affairs at an international trust company after that.

He draws upon his detailed understanding from roles such as global head of business management for ANZ Private Bank in Australasia, where he defined and delivered the strategic and operational needs for the business. He was also managing director for Solution Providers Management Consulting, leading its growth in Asia Pacific, specifically Singapore. Crossinvest is headquartered in Lugano. Rohit has more than 25 years of industry experience.

He has also worked in the UK and New Zealand during the early part of his career. Steven Carroll is the head of market development, wealth, Asia Pacific, for Refinitiv, formerly the financial and risk business of Thomson Reuters. In his capacity of managing director he oversees, with the support of the experienced team, the operations of the Singapore office. Alain brings over 30 years of combined experience in wealth planning, management and financing services. Prior to founding Alpadis Group, he worked for Ernst and Young, providing core audit and accounting services, and before that with several leading independent trust companies in Geneva.

Alain is a resident in Singapore and a Swiss national. He is an avid ultra-marathon runner, recently completing the Gobi March run, km across the Gobi Desert in six days. Richard Grasby advises individuals, trustees and related entities on cross border private client issues. Richard has been based in Hong Kong since He was formerly admitted in the Cayman Islands. Katie moved from the London office to Hong Kong in Her practice involves tax, trust and estate planning for wealthy international families.

She has particular expertise in assisting clients with the establishment of private trust company structures and related fiduciary and governance issues. Katie has advised a number of families in relation to the creation and ongoing running of single-family offices. In addition to this Katie advises UK expatriates, and Asian families with UK connections on their personal tax issues, and trustees on a range of matters including the consequences of holding UK assets or having UK resident beneficiaries.

Danny has an excellent understanding across a broad spectrum of disciplines within wealth management, delivering cross-border recruitment solutions whilst providing thematic industry research and market intelligence. Professor Francis Koh is vice-provost special projects , a professor of finance practice , and director of the MSc in wealth management programme at Singapore Management University.

Employed by the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation between , he was involved in investment projects in various countries, including China, Thailand and Indonesia.

He is active in consulting, executive development and public service. He was conferred with the Public Administration Medal Silver in Professor Koh is widely and internationally published, and appears as a panelist on wealth management issues at many conferences.

In , Francis was awarded an honorary doctorate honoris causa in economics by the University of St Gallen. In , Francis was honoured with the lifetime achievement award by WealthBriefingAsia. Philippe has accumulated more than 30 years of senior management experience with international banks in private, corporate and investment banking.

Based in Hong Kong since he has also worked in Europe, North America and India; Philippe is a regular speaker at wealth management and asset management conferences in Asia as well as being a judge for various awards within the industry.

She has gained considerable experience working with asset managers and family offices with respect to structuring their cross-border investments globally. He has focused on Asia generally and Hong Kong specifically. He continues to focus on these practice areas at KPMG. Steven Seow is the founder and executive director of Singapore Consultancy. He has more than 16 years of working experience in banking and consulting. Prior to running Singapore Consultancy, he was the Asia head of wealth management for Mercer and a director in EY Advisory Bruce is a chartered accountant with over 37 years financial services experience, previously a partner in PwC, latterly as Global leader of their Wealth Management practice and the key driver of their bi-annual Wealth Management Report.

Bruce is now CEO of Weatherill Consulting providing advice on client centricity and wider strategic matters to wealth managers. He is the author of The Value of Trust: the quest by Wealth Managers for Trusted Advisor status and a number of other thought leadership reports.

He is a frequent speaker on international tax issues, and is an active participant in internal and external programs, including those by Baker McKenzie and the Tax Executives Institute. In addition to client engagements, he served as engagement manager for leading reports such as the World Wealth Report and Asia-Pacific Wealth Report. Rolf Gerber lives in Singapore where he holds a number of board and industry council positions having retired after almost four decades in the finance industry at the end of Loh has over 15 years experience in the tax and trust wealth planning industry.

Jacqueline was senior vice-president of private wealth solutions of HSBC Private Bank where her major duties included the day-to-day administration and management of trust relationships for HNW families in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Simon is one of the few Chinese speaking veteran trust specialists with over 22 years of experience in wealth planning, trustee administration and private banking. Simon is highly regarded in the industry and has won many industry awards during his professional careers.

He was an executive committee member of the Hong Kong Trustee Association from to , and its deputy chairman between and Bernard, a former lawyer, has extensive experience in wealth structuring, corporate and family governance, corporate finance and financial markets.

He joined the bank in October He has been actively engaged in the promotion of the arts and inclusive activities for disabled artists through his involvement in local NGOs.

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