Unlocking the Potential of Digital Assets via Labuan IBFC

Beyond the buzz surrounding the ups and downs of Bitcoin and altcoins, the world of digital assets offers much more depth and potential to businesses and investors. In particular, the advent of security tokens has brought about advantages such as greater transparency, disintermediation, enhanced asset liquidity and capital accessibility.

The tradeability of digital assets across jurisdictions and fractionalisation of asset classes also facilitates financial inclusion by making digital assets more affordable and accessible to a wider range of investors.

Join us at this webinar to discover the potential of digital assets as they are deployed in a facilitative ecosystem, and how it could elevate the range of cross-border business and investments.

Register now to secure your place for this live webinar on Wednesday, 28 September 2022 at 4.00PM (GMT +8).

Speakers
  • Dato' Howard Choo

    Dato’ Howard Choo is a financial services expert with over 35 years of experience in local and international banking. He is the former Executive Director of DBS Thai Danu Bank Thailand and MD, DBS Bank Singapore. Ex Vice-Chairman Singapore-Thai Chamber of Commerce and former Member of Executive Decision Panel, Bank of Thailand. He was an Adviser to University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) and University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) in International Business. He was Adviser to Persatuan Usahawan Muda Malaysia (PUMM) and Former Council member of MCA SME Development Bureau. He has been active with BNM since the 1990s in human resource knowledge enhancement activities.

    An MBA (University of Wales and Manchester Business School) and a Fellow Member of Institute of Public Accountants, Australia (FIPA), Dato’ Howard Choo was also an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ACIS). He was also a trainer for South East Asia Central Bank Training Centre (SEACEN) and author of several books on Banking and Finance. He was a tutor for Wawasan Open University in International Financial Management and Corporate Finance. Currently, he assumes the role of Education Committee Member of Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers (AICB), Implementation Task Force Member of Asian Banking School (ABS), Council member of the AICB and Chairman of the Board of Examiners. He is also the current Chairman of Labuan Investment Banks Group (LIBG). He is also a Fellow Chartered Banker and a professionally Certified AML/CFT person. He is also the examiner for Advance Corporate Finance for ICIA. He held the office of former President, Malaysia-Vietnam Chamber of Commerce.

  • Henry Chong

    Henry Chong is the Chief Executive Officer of FUSANG, the fully licensed and regulated digital financial ecosystem for security tokens and assets.

    Henry is a Member of the Fusang Exchange's Exchange Committee, and is the Chairman of its Listing Committee.

    Henry works closely with global institutional investors and financial regulators to bring professionalism and structure to the industry, and is a regular keynote speaker on the subject of digital assets. He is also a member of the University of Oxford’s Digital Assets Project at the Commercial Law Centre.

    Henry holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics & Economics, and a Master of Arts from the University of Oxford. Henry holds a Masters of Science in Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics & Political Science, where he wrote his thesis on the behaviour of family offices. He also holds a Diploma in Information Technology, that he completed at the age of 12, and a Certificate in Chinese Language & Literature from Peking University.

  • Hin Liu

    Hin Liu
    Lecturer of Law, University of Oxford

    Hin is a Lecturer of Law at St Hugh's College, University of Oxford and a Legal and Business Consultant at Fusang. His primary research area lies in the private law aspects of digital and crypto assets, on which his DPhil focuses.

    Hin has published in peer-reviewed law journals since the age of 19, and his publications cover the fields of digital assets, trusts, commercial, contract, tort, land, unjust enrichment, labour, civil procedure, constitutional and criminal law.

    He is also a sub-group member of the UNIDROIT Working Group on Digital Assets and Private Law, and frequently advises governments and entities on legal and regulatory issues relating to digital assets. He has experience in drafting national laws concerning virtual assets.

    Hin holds an LLB from the University of Hong Kong (First Class, top graduate) and spent a year of his degree at the University of Cambridge. He also holds a BCL (Distinction and subject prize) and an MPhil in Law (Distinction) from the University of Oxford, a PCLL from the University of Hong Kong, and a Blockchain Executive Education Certificate from the University of California, Berkeley.

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