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International Cooperation for Fraud Investigations in the Post National Security Law (NSL) Era

  • 1 Mar 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Online (Webex)
  • 32


  • Applicable to ACFE HK / ACFE Members, Students / Members of ACAMS, ASIS, ACCA, CIMA, HKICPA, IIA, ISACA, HKSI, HKAFA, iCFRO and Dashun only

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Webinar platform: Cisco Webex
Language: English
Award: 2 CPE points

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The concept of One Country, Two Systems envisaged HKSAR would operate its own system of juridical cooperation with other places following resumption of Chinese sovereignty. New treaties and arrangements were put in place to facilitate cross-border investigation and prosecution of serious crime after 1997. The Extradition Bill of 2019 aimed to widen Hong Kong’s ability to cooperate, including with other parts of the PRC. But the Bill led to widespread public protest and was withdrawn. The NSL was promulgated by the Central Authorities in response to the protests. Various foreign countries suspended their cooperation arrangements with Hong Kong in response to the NSL. This webinar will focus on the impact of these developments on the investigation of transnational crime, including fraud.


Wayne Walsh S.C., Barrister of Parkside Chambers

Mr. Walsh has a mixed criminal and civil legal practice, specializing in financial crime and compliance, civil fraud, and asset recovery. He spent a 25-year career with the DOJ, Hong Kong, where he prosecuted white-collar crime and corruption cases and oversaw major criminal cases of cross-border litigation and international cooperation. Since moving to the Bar, Mr. Walsh has been acting for a range of individuals and entities facing financial crime and regulatory compliance investigations. He continues to advise the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on financial crime compliance standards and is periodically engaged by foreign governments and the International Monetary Fund on country missions. Earlier in his career, Mr. Walsh was an Inspector in the Royal Hong Kong Police Force, a commercial litigator, and a prosecutor with the Serious Fraud Office in New Zealand. He is the author of ‘Cross-Border Crime in Hong Kong: Extradition, Mutual Assistance, Financial Sanctions’ LexisNexis 2020.

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