Speaker : Karen Kemp  (Hong Kong Monetary Authority)

ABSTRACT:  Basel II and the global financial crisis.  How the  lessons learned are sought to be addressed in  Basel III.  The Basel III process and implementation timeline.  What more needs to be done?   Regulatory/supervisory philosophy.  Basel III  roll-out and impact in Hong Kong.

Date : November 19, 2011 (Saturday)
Venue : Lecture Theater D, Academic Concourse, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Lecture :  3:00pm – 3:45pm  
Drinks Reception : 4:45pm – 5:30pm                
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BIOGRAPHY:  Ms Karen Kemp joined the HKMA since 1995, appointed to her current post of Executive Director  of the Banking Policy Department in February 2008. She has an extensive experience on the legal side of banking issues, and has  been a member of the team developing the policies and legal framework for Basel II.
Prior to  her current post, Ms Kemp has worked mainly in the Office of the General  Counsel, where she has served as a Deputy General Counsel since 2001. She was  seconded to Exchange Fund Investment Limited from 1999 to 2001 as Deputy Chief  Executive Officer during that period. Ms Kemp is a solicitor qualified to practise in  Hong Kong and in England & Wales. Prior to joining the HKMA, Ms Kemp was  employed by Lovells (a firm of solicitors) in London and Hong Kong.

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