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Join Steve Hasker, President and CEO of Thomson Reuters and Jackie Rhodes, Managing Director Asia & Emerging Markets of Thomson Reuters, as they walk through regional and global insights following the health and economic challenges posed by Covid-19.
This session will begin by delving into shared perspectives provided by our key customers and partners, comparing differences between Middle East, Asia and Oceania. It will then move into a preview of some of the headline sessions to look forward to for the conference agenda ahead, before moving into a Q&A with Steve Hasker.
Steve joined Thomson Reuters during the early days of the global crisis, and will share his initial insights into key markets, the future for legal, compliance and tax industries, as well as offering a snapshot of future strategies for Thomson Reuters globally.
Steve HaskerPresident and CEOThomson Reuters
Jackie RhodesManaging DirectorAsia & Emerging MarketsThomson Reuters
This panel will discuss how COVID-19 could affect economies in the Asia-Pacific region, the risks, the expected/desirable policy response and how the unprecedented monetary, fiscal stimulus measures deployed by advanced economies could affect Asian capital flow. It will also talk about structural changes and long-term challenges the region’s economies could face from the virus, intensifying U.S.-China tensions and demographic headwinds. While we may expand on geopolitics, industry break-down of winners/losers in the COVID-19 world, it will be in the context of the macro-economic outlook for the region.
Iris PangChief Economist, Greater ChinaING Bank
Robert Alan FeldmanSenior AdvisorMorgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co., Ltd.
Seng Wun SongDirectorCIMB Private Banking
Su-Lin Ong Managing DirectorChief Economist & Senior Relationship ManagerRBC Capital Markets
Leika KiharaChief Japan correspondent Reuters
This session will be split up into two segments:
Areas of discussion
Bernard SaltManaging DirectorThe Demographics Group
Mary Alice VuicicChief People OfficerThomson Reuters
Andrew HayHead of Proposition Legal Software SolutionsThomson Reuters Asia & Emerging Markets
How do corporate regulators around the globe balance delivering on their mandates, while navigating their economies through turbulent waters?
Join Thomson Reuters on 26 August 2020 for an insightful 50-minute panel discussion on Tug of War: Balancing Growth and Regulation Through Uncertainty.
Our panel of international regulators will share their perspectives on global compliance, data-first enforcement strategies, community engagement and thoughts about the uncertainty ahead.
Reasons to join:
Rebecca SaintDeputy Commissioner - Public GroupsAustralian Taxation Office
Glenn SeahHead legal, Compliance and Corporate SecretariatSingapore Exchange
Abhishek SharmaSenior Counsel, India and MENAThomson Reuters
Join an expert panel discussing organisational transformation, industry trends and regulatory change. Learn how organisations can ‘pivot for the pandemic’, adapt to innovation and digital trends and manage privacy, data protection and cybersecurity issues to future-proof themselves throughout COVID-19 and beyond.
Key Reasons to Join:
Anthony MitchellChairman and Chief Potential OfficerBendelta
Alec ChristiePartnerMills Oakley
Duncan HewettSenior Vice President & GM, Asia Pacific & JapanVMWare
Robbie RobertsonVirtual Office Managing PartnerDeloitte
Nathan LynchManager, Regulatory Intelligence, Asia-Pacific Thomson Reuters
Join a panel of fellow colleagues and professionals as they share how they adapted to working from home whilst still meeting work obligations and remain connected to fellow team members. Panellists will discuss best practices for working virtually, and how their employers have been supporting them whilst working from home.
Joe Al-KhayatCo-FounderResolve Disputes Online
Justine WoodfordHead of KnowledgeAllens
Rebecca RobertsGroup Tax ManagerCochlear
Kevin LuoAssistant General Counsel GM, Asia-Pacific R&D Group LegalMicrosoft
Ranajit DamManaging Editor, Legal Media GroupThomson Reuters
Over the past two decades, economic and financial crisis have created the perfect breeding ground for financial crime. From Parmalat, to Patisserie Valarie, to Luckin Coffee and now a global fintech. What has the industry learned from these financial crimes, and what will the regulatory impact be if we have learned nothing at all?
Areas of Discussion:
Bill Majcher Money Laundering, Financial Crime and Cyber Threat
Brian FoxMD & Founder of ConfirmationThomson Reuters
Victor PineiroAPAC Sales Leader, Confirmation Thomson Reuters
A sneak peek into Thomson Reuters’ Innovation Lab – future trends, key learnings and customer case studies.
Join the panel of experts while they deep dive into Supply Chain and Manufacturing – from challenges faced to technological innovation and managing change in a dynamic environment.
Omar BariPhD, Sr. Data ScientistThomson Reuters Labs
Michael MilnesSenior Manager Practical Law - Competition and Consumer Protection and Principal LawyerThomson Reuters
Sally GaoData Scientist Thomson Reuters Labs
Zoe MartinezProposition Lead, Global TradeThomson Reuters
Clay PerryPresident143 Advisory Services LLC
As the global health crisis continues with no end in sight, ‘hybrid’ workplaces and permanent remote working may become increasingly commonplace. One reason for this is not only to keep professionals safe from COVID-19 risk of infection and infecting others, but that WFH has been a positive experience for many during the global health crisis.
Research by Acritas indicates that factors such as hours of sleep, physical activity, and more structure around collaborative work demands are significant factors that contribute to workplace wellness. The remote working environment is conducive to these factors, in comparison to the 9-5 work-day at the office.
Scott HazardGlobal Head of Real Estate and Workplace ExperienceAtlassian
Dr. Amitabh DekaHead of Wellbeing SolutionsSouth Asia & Aon Care
Genna StainforthSenior Account ManagerAcritas
Samantha HiltonSenior Proposition manager - Legal SolutionsThomson Reuters
How are businesses navigating through unprecedented uncertainty while keeping on top of shifting regulatory, compliance and reporting regimes?
Our panel of experts will share their perspectives on the current state of play, exchange opinions about the evolving economic and regulatory landscape, and provide pragmatic tips on how each are building resilience into their operating models to weather the uncertainty ahead.
Tony FultonPartnerRSM Australia
Wilson Ang PartnerHead of Asia Regulatory Compliance and Investigations PracticeNorton Rose Fulbright
Jaella ParkerChief Operating Officerfor the Office of the General CounselDeloitte Asia Pacific
Hari Ganesh KumarDirect Tax Enterprise Proposition Lead - CorporateThomson Reuters Asia & Emerging Markets
Listen to Thomson Reuters customers discuss how COVID-19 has affected their business day to day and what aspects of Transformation within their Revenue, Manufacturing, Resources and Processes have had to become agile to adjust to these unprecedented times.
Guruprasad RaoVice President – Digital and Analytics PracticeHCL
Stuart FullerGlobal Head of Legal ServicesKPMG Hong Kong
Jenny ClarkeRegional lead for tax transformation and technologyKPMG Australia
Christine JacobsProduct ManagerThomson Reuters