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21 Mar 2019

Corporate Change Makers

Activating the UN Principles on Business and Human Rights

Description

Community Business is proud to support the launch of Justice Centre Hong Kong's Corporate Change Makers Guidelines. The event will focus on how businesses can best incorporate human rights into their operations, in what ways they can conduct effective policy and advocacy work, and give insight into private sector engagement possibilities with civil society and government in the fight to eliminate forced labour, modern slavery and human trafficking in Hong Kong. 

Lunch will be provided. Register before 19 March 2019. 

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Event Speakers

  • Sue De Broglio

    Sue De Broglio

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    Regional Head of Compliance for Macquarie Group
    Panelist
  • Jonathan Chang

    Jonathan Chang

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    Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
    Panelist
  • Annabelle Baker

    Annabelle Baker

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    Director, LUSH Asia Limited
    Panelist
  • Kenneth Pemberton

    Kenneth Pemberton

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    Regional Head of Intelligence, Greater China and North Asia, Financial Crime Compliance, Standard Chartered
    Panelist
  • Simon Henderson

    Simon Henderson

    Senior Policy Advisor, Justice Centre Hong Kong
    Moderator

Regional Head of Compliance for Macquarie Group

Sue De Broglio

Sue de Broglio joined Macquarie in 2013 as Head of Compliance for Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group, which provides a diverse range of personal banking, wealth management, equity markets and business banking products and services to retail clients, advisers, brokers and business clients. Sue also led Macquarie’s global Conduct Risk programme and Macquarie Risk Management Group’s Diversity program before her move to her role in Asia in May this year. Sue’s background includes senior legal, compliance and risk management positions in retail, institutional and investment banking in different jurisdictions. She has substantial experience in dealing with regulators and successfully managing organisations through periods of regulatory enforcement action. Sue is originally from South Africa, where she earned her law degree and worked as a state prosecutor and a magistrate before moving into the financial services industry. Sue immigrated to Australia in 2000 and has worked for Westpac and Commonwealth Bank in both compliance and business leadership roles, as well as holding Chief Risk Officer positions in private equity businesses.

Sue currently leads a team of approximately 80 compliance professionals located in 11 countries across Asia where Macquarie operates its capital markets, funds management
and investment banking businesses. She is a member of Macquarie’s Compliance Executive Committee and its Asia Management Committee.

Counsel, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

Jonathan Chang

Jonathan Chang is counsel in Davis Polk & Wardwell’s litigation department, representing clients on a broad range of disputes, white collar matters and internal investigations. Jon also runs the Davis Polk’s pro bono program in Hong Kong. He regularly provides pro bono representation and advice to asylum seekers, non-profits and social enterprises. Jon has participated in a number of efforts to lower barriers to access to justice in Hong Kong, and has spoken before LegCo regarding proposed changes to the USM.

Director, LUSH Asia Limited

Annabelle Baker

Annabelle has always had a passion for the protection of the environment and animals. At 11 years old, she alongside fellow classmates campaigned to end fox hunting and were invited to attend the House of Commons as part of their work. So, finding LUSH in 1998, when she was 16, was a natural fit. Annabelle started her LUSH career in the third ever shop on the Kings Road, in London, as a part-time sales assistant. She’s developed through the company holding roles in sales, PR, brand, international business development, general management to directorship. Reporting to the founders and global board, she has worked with over 11 countries focusing on strategy, re-structuring, change management, company buy-backs and new market entry, whilst advising the board on wider global issues like Ethical Banking.

In late 2012, after completing her Executive MBA, the opportunity to head up the business in Hong Kong arose. Under her guidance, the team has grown from zero to three hundred in the last six years. The business in Hong Kong supports the global Chinese customers and became a Top 10 global market within 3 years of her managing the business, with an operation of 11 stores in Hong Kong and Macau, the official website and a store on Tmall.

She’s passionate about wellbeing and, following the birth of her first child and a new policy on parental leave in the parent company, Annabelle implemented parental leave at a local level for all staff regardless of being part-time or full-time.

Annabelle currently looks after the strategy and development for the Greater China region and is a core member of the APAC board.

Regional Head of Intelligence, Greater China and North Asia, Financial Crime Compliance, Standard Chartered

Kenneth Pemberton

Kenneth Pemberton is the Regional Head of Intelligence in the Financial Crime Compliance department of Standard Chartered Bank. He leads a team of nine researchers and analysts that focus on global and regional financial crime, including human trafficking and modern slavery. Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Kenneth was the Regional Fraud Manager for Citibank, and prior to that, he had a long career with the Hong Kong Police, primarily in criminal and investigation.

Kenneth is a qualified Barrister, and has the Advanced Financial Crime Investigation qualification with the Association of Certified Anti-money Laundering Specialists. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner, and has three diplomas with the International Compliance Association in AML, Compliance, and Financial Crime Prevention. Kenneth is a regular presenter at financial crime conferences and forums.

Senior Policy Advisor, Justice Centre Hong Kong

Simon Henderson

Venue & Catering Sponsor

Macquarie Group