The Asset Management Fundamentals Programme, which comprises FOUR modules, is an induction programme designed to equip the financial services practitioners with the required knowledge and skills to enable them to enter into the Asset Management industry.
The Asset Management Fundamentals programme has four modules. Module 3: Regulation of Asset Management provides an overview of specific regulatory requirements related to asset management sector.
To address different learner’s needs, Module 3 has two versions: 5 hour intensive class and 10 hour foundation class.
Upon successful completion of all FOUR modules of the Asset Management Fundamentals, the participant will be awarded the Certificate of Completion of this programme.
1. General Regulatory Framework
2. Back-office Compliance
3. Asset Management Regulations
Who Should Attend
This 5-hour module is primarily targeted to those who has extensive experience in securities industry but would like to gain a solid understanding of the Asset Management industry sector to enable them to apply for the Regulated activity Type 9 licence under the Securities and Futures Ordinance. Participants who have no or limited experience in securities industry should attend the 10 hour foundation class.
Instructor / Speaker
Before starting up ECL, Samuel was the Chief Administrative Officer (Asia ex. Japan) of J. P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) overseeing the regional Risk Management, Finance and Tax. He also represented JPMAM as one of the board directors of China International Fund Management Co. Ltd., a Shanghai based joint venture. Samuel started his financial services specialization since his joining of Price Waterhouse Coopers. He retired from Deloitte Hong Kong audit partnership while he was the Investment Management Industry Audit Leader before joining JPMAM. Samuel is a Fellow Certified Public Accountant (Practising) of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and he holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honorary) in Accountancy, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.