Charlotte Robins is a financial services and regulatory lawyer based in Hong Kong.
Charlotte’s practice includes advising on setting up a regulated business in Hong Kong, ongoing compliance with regulatory laws, codes and guidelines, product offering, cross border issues, anti money laundering and data privacy. She has been actively involved in responding to recent regulatory consultations and advising on related developments affecting the asset management industry.
Charlotte has acted for international and regional asset managers (including hedge fund and private equity managers), brokers, and investment and private banks.
Charlotte has lived and worked in Hong Kong for over 10 years and is qualified as a solicitor both in Hong Kong and England & Wales. She is a member of the Investment Products and Financial Services Committee of The Law Society of Hong Kong and the Regulatory Sub-Committee of the Alternative Investment Management Association (Hong Kong).
The objective of the Academy is to deliver industry focused training sessions to help investment professionals and in-house counsel enhance their understanding of th.
Multinational businesses are increasingly at risk of investigations by regulatory bodies in many parts of the world..
With the uptick in M&A activity in the financial institutions sector, a financial institution considering M&A in the banking or securities sectors in Hong Kong will .
October 06, 2014
On 25 September 2014, the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) issued its long-awaited consultation conclusions on the professional investor regime and a further .
September 29, 2014
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright has today published its global comparative analysis on remuneration requirements for banks, covering 14 jurisdictions..
March 11, 2015
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to announce that its second global comparative analysis of banking reform regulations has now gone live, focus.
September 25, 2014