Brian W Tang is the founder of Asia Capital Markets Institute (ACMI), an inclusive platform for global thought leadership, industry-wide consensus building and transformational technology, educational and policy solutions that reinforce professionalism, efficiency and innovation to foster trust and integrity. ACMI’s areas of focus include Regtech, Online Capital Marketplaces and Artificial Intelligence.
Brian is currently co-chair of the RegTech Committee of the Fintech Association of Hong Kong and on the IEEE AI Ethics Initiative’s Policy Panel. He is also a contributing author to the upcoming The RegTech Book on AI Responsibility Frameworks and has contributed chapters to The FinTech Book (Wiley) and Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation (Cambridge University Press).
Brian is a corporate finance lawyer who has worked on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley and in Hong Kong on financing technological innovations to benefit the real economy. He was previously at global investment bank Credit Suisse in Hong Kong, and prior to that at law firms Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and in California, and Mallesons in Perth, Australia.
Brian has worked on some of Asia’s largest and first-ever financial services and technology IPOs and M&A transactions, as well as project bonds and financings in Latin America and Australia, including the inaugural simultaneous A+H-share IPO of ICBC, Alibaba.com’s privatization, and leading a cross-disciplinary team to establish Credit Suisse’s joint venture investment bank in Beijing.
Brian is a frequently invited speaker at international industry conferences and leading universities.
Brian graduated from The University of Western Australia with a combined Bachelors of Arts and Laws (with honours) and from New York University School of Law with a Masters of Laws.
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