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Dr. Thomas Huertas


Dr. Tom Huertas is a former member of the Financial Services Authority’s Executive Committee. He also served as alternate chair of the European Banking Authority, as a member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and as a member of the Resolution Steering Committee at the Financial Stability Board.

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Ted Price

Ted Price was Deputy Superintendent and a member of the Executive Committee at the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Canada, serving on the Senior Supervisors’ Group and the Financial Stability Board Supervisory Intensity and Effectiveness Working Group. Ted previously held senior roles at a global investment bank.

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EY - Saiden berg

Marc Saidenberg was a senior vice president and director of supervisory policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, representing the bank on the Basel Committee, and served as co-chair of the committee’s Working Group on Liquidity. He was actively involved in the development of the Basel III capital and liquidity standards, supervisory expectations for capital planning, liquidity risk management and recovery and resolution plans.

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Donald Vangel

Don Vangel is the Regulatory Advisor to the Office of the Chairman and joined EY after a 17-year career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he ultimately served as a senior vice president for bank supervision.

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Asia Pacific

Keith Pogson

Keith Pogson has more than 20 years of experience advising governments and regulators across Asia-Pacific on banking reform. His expertise includes acquisitions, market entry strategy and due diligence across banking, asset management and securities. He is the Immediate Past President of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Practising Accountants.

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Philip Rodd

Philip Rodd has more than 23 years of experience in accounting and risk management, including 13 years in the Asia-Pacific region. He assists clients in assessing the impact of regulatory change, implementing compliance initiatives and responding to regulatory findings.

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EY - David Scot

David Scott has spent 14 years working with a number of large global institutions, most recently on the implementation of the global financial regulatory reform agenda. He is involved in addressing emerging regulatory and legislative initiatives and engaging in dialogue with regulators and supervisors on emerging issues.

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EY - Judy Vas

Judy Vas spent 16 years at Goldman Sachs as a managing director, Head of Regulatory Affairs and Head of Compliance for Asia (excluding Japan). Prior to this, she spent seven years in a senior role at the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong. She sits on the Hong Kong Takeovers Panel, Takeovers Appeals Committee and the Hong Kong Securities & Investment Institute Examination Committee.

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Urs Bischof

Urs Bischof is the former Head of Risk Management of the Extended Executive Board of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority. His responsibilities included risk management supervision and oversight, prudential regulations and leadership roles with respect to Basel III, systemically important financial institution (SIFI) regulations, payments and clearing.


Marie-Hélène Fortésa

Marie-Hélène Fortesa has extensive regulatory experience, including leadership roles at the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel (French Prudential Supervisory Authority), Association Française des Banques (French Banking Association), French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies and senior roles at a leading investment bank.

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Patricia Jackson

Patricia Jackson was the Head of the Financial Industry and Regulation Division of the Bank of England from 1995 to 2003. From 1997 to 2004, she was also a member of the Basel Committee, where she led the development of Basel II and chaired the Global Quantitative Impact Studies committee and the Basel II calibration subgroup.

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EY - Colin Lawrence

Dr. Colin Lawrence was Director of Risk Specialists at the Financial Services Authority (FSA), where he was one of the senior executives responsible for running the stress tests and recapitalization of the UK banks. He was a member of the senior management and transition committee in the formation of the Prudential Regulatory Authority and became Senior Risk Strategist to the Deputy Governor, Bank of England. Prior to joining FSA, he held senior executive positions at major universal banks in Europe and the US.

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EY - John Liver

John Liver has held regulatory roles with leading investment banks, the UK Financial Services Authority and its predecessors. His roles include leading the thematic supervision in the Investment Firms Division; leading the Personal Investment Authority Supervision, where he oversaw the sales regulation of the life and pensions industry; and management roles in the Investment Management Regulatory Organization’s Enforcement and Supervision Departments.

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Hidekatsu Koishihara

Hidekatsu Koishihara is a former chief inspector and inspection administrator for the Japan Financial Services Agency. He also worked at the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of Japan, Japan’s former financial regulator, serving as the financial inspector at the Bank Bureau of MOF and Financial Inspection Division, and Minister’s Secretariat of MOF.

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