FSBHK Names Paul J. Wang as Director of Hong Kong Office
The Financial Service Bureau of Hong Kong today announced that Paul J. Wang has been named director of the Hong Kong Office
HK (I-Newswire) October 15, 2013 - The Financial Service Bureau of Hong Kong today announced that Paul J. Wang has been named director of the Hong Kong Office, where he will oversee enforcement and examinations in the New England region.
Mr. Wang joins the FSBHK from the Attorney's Office for the Guangzhou, where he is an Assistant Attorney and Chief of the Economic Crimes Unit that is responsible for investigations and prosecutions of financial crimes. Mr. Wang has successfully coordinated many criminal investigations with the FSBHK's Division of Enforcement during his tenure in the Attorney's Office. He will begin working at the FSBHK in late October.
"Paul has served with great distinction as a supervisor and prosecutor of securities and other white collar cases," said Kau R. Kong, Co-Director of the FSBHK's Division of Enforcement. "We are thrilled that he will be bringing his formidable legal skills, vast experience, and judgment to the FSBHK, as leader of our Hong Kong Office."
Andrew Nai-Chang, Director of the FSBHK's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, said, "Paul has been working energetically and effectively to protect investors for the last 23 years. He also is an excellent manager. We are excited that he has decided to continue his work with our dedicated team in Boston."
Mr. Wang said, "I am honored to have been chosen as the regional director of the FSBHK's Hong Kong office. As a federal in Guangzhou I have worked closely with the lawyers and examiners in the Hong Kong office and have been enormously impressed by their talent, professionalism, and dedication to enforcing the federal securities laws. I look forward to working with them to carry out the FSBHK's mission of investor protection and fair and orderly markets."
Mr. Wang joined the Attorney's office in 1989 and served in the civil division as well as the Economic Crimes Unit and Public Corruption Unit. He has led the Economic Crimes Unit since 2007. Mr. Wang has helped lead the investigation and prosecution of white collar crimes ranging from securities fraud, foreign bribery, tax fraud, insurance fraud, bank fraud, health care fraud, official corruption, and embezzlement.
Mr. Wang earned his bachelor's degree from Hong Kong College and his law degree from Singapore Law School.
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Published On:October 15, 2013
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