ANREV Regulatory Newsletter Round-up Call

27 Oct 2020 @ Web Access

Following the publication of this Regulatory Newsletter, ANREV's Regulatory Committee is delighted to invite you to join a roundup call, which will cover some of the most pressing topics for the Asian investment funds landscape.

On this call, the items to be discussed will be:

1. Hong Kong Carried Interest Concession
2. Australian Government consultation on reforms to the foreign investment review framework
3. Cayman Islands Economic Substance Guidance Notes V3.0.


27 October 2020


11:00 am - 12:00 pm (HK Time GMT +8)


Free of charge for ANREV members

HKD200 for non-members

A paypal link will be emailed to non-member registrants. If you wish to check if you are a member please click here

Ivor Morris
Partner, Tax
KPMG China

Ivor has over 18 years’ experience in London and Hong Kong advising on international real estate investments and fund structures.  He advises many leading private equity real estate investors on their investments in the region.  He is the vice-chair of the ANREV regulatory and tax committee

John Moutsopoulos
Partner, Funds & Financial Services Law
KPMG Australia

John joined KPMG in 2019 and was a partner for 7 years at a global law firm and a partner before that for 13 years at a top tier domestic law firm.

John is known for his strength in providing commercial and practical advice and in managing and executing transactions and projects efficiently. He has advised Australian and overseas institutional investors and fund managers on investment transactions in real assets including commercial real estate, student accommodation and agricultural sector via joint ventures , clubs and pooled investment vehicles.

Martin Livingston
Maples Group

Martin is an industry-recognised specialist in all aspects of regulatory, licensing, risk management, information disclosure and anti-money laundering matters.  He regularly assists clients in their relationship with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, Tax Information Authority and other government agencies.  Martin also advises on a range of regulatory aspects, including licence applications and cross border conduct of business advice, financial services terms and conditions, mandatory reporting and information exchange (including FATCA, the Common Reporting Standard and other tax or regulatory information exchange mechanisms), duties of confidentiality, sanctions, anti-corruption and bribery, as well as anti-money laundering and combating of terrorist financing advice.