Jeremy represents financial institutions and corporates on government investigations, internal investigations and regulatory enforcement. He also regularly assists multinationals in managing the compliance and conduct risk associated with operating in a complex regulatory environment across Asia.
His experience includes advising on complex fraud, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, sanctions, insider dealing, market manipulation, corporate governance, cybercrime, market disclosure obligations, regulatory reporting and compliance framework assessments.
Jeremy is qualified in Hong Kong, New York and Australia and has spent time on secondment at US and European global investment banks. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, he worked in our London, Sydney and Perth offices.
He regularly acts for clients on high stakes investigations and enforcement litigation, including:
- defending regulatory enforcement proceedings against a global investment bank for alleged due diligence failings in their role on IPOs
- defending a listed gaming and media company against enforcement litigation, alleging systemic failures in anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing compliance
- defending a global insurance broker in regulatory enforcement action, alleging failures in its anti-corruption systems and controls for third-party producers
- conducting a major internal anti-bribery and corruption review for a large listed property group in the context of a high-profile public inquiry
- representing a global investment bank during regulatory and criminal proceedings following a US$2 billion dollar fraud committed by one of its employees
Jeremy is admitted to practice in Hong Kong (2015), New York (2012) and Australia (2008). He holds bachelor's degrees in law and psychology from the University of Western Australia, a graduate diploma in banking from the University of London, a master's degree in law with distinction from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and a Wharton Business and Law Certificate from the Aresty Institute at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.