Regulation Asia launched in November 2013. The audience and subscription base has grown exponentially to include key regulatory bodies, financial services firms and service providers.
Traditionally regulation has been the talk of the back-office but since the recent financial crisis, more executives are keeping a watchful eye on the changes being made across the globe.
Asia is playing catch up. With multiple jurisdictions having their own mandates to preserve order in the financial markets, understanding the various nuances is time-consuming and complex.
Regulation Asia seeks to inform and analyse how financial regulations are affecting the financial service industry in Asia. Through our features, interviews, research as well as events, conferences and seminars, we play a key role in the regulatory agenda.
Our Editorial Team
Peter Guy - Editor-in-Chief
Peter Guy is an award winning financial journalist. His analysis and coverage includes capital markets, private banking and asset management. He is also a weekly business opinion columnist for the SCMP.
In his role as Editor-in-Chief he is responsible for all aspects of the website’s editorial strategy and production. Peter will also work closely with the events business and provide his investigative and analytical expertise to help shape agendas and themes in line with market developments.
Samuel Riding - Editor
Samuel is responsible for analytical coverage of the functional and business impact of regulation and compliance on financial services in Asia across news and research. Samuel was formerly a Research Editor at China International Capital Corporation in Beijing where he was responsible for daily research output and pre-IPO reports. He also worked at Financial Times’s Investment Adviser in London and Asian Investor in Hong Kong.
Nick Wakefield - Managing Director & Publisher
Nick has been working in publishing for over 15 years. In that time he has worked on some of the leading publications globally including Risk, Euromoney and Global Custodian. In his capacity he has overseen teams across the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. He has worked with governments across Asia in producing leading conferences aimed at attracting high-level investment into local infrastructure projects. He has been a resident in Hong Kong for 5 years and before that Australia and the UK.
He holds a degree in Business Communication Systems and a Diploma in Economics.
Nick oversees the operational, sales and marketing aspects of Regulation Asia.
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