In the dynamic landscape of Asian business, regulations evolve rapidly and cultural nuances are abundant. The role of Chief Compliance Officer has evolved beyond mere rule enforcement. In today's business world, the most exceptional CCOs in Asia are strategic leaders who weave a tapestry of regional understanding, ethical guidance, and data-driven insights. They promote proactive risk management by aligning compliance with business objectives and fostering a culture of inclusion among diverse teams. These guardians of integrity leverage technology to enhance decision-making, propelling their organizations towards sustainable success in a globalized arena.

ALB is set to release its inaugural list of Asia's Top 15 Chief Compliance Officers, shining a spotlight on the region's most exceptional leaders who represent the vanguard of compliance leadership. They navigate the ever-changing terrain of corporate governance with both foresight and integrity.

Submission Deadline
Friday, 29 March 2024, 6:00pm (Singapore Time)

How It Works
To submit, please complete the form and send it to no later than Friday, March 29, 2024. (6:00 PM Singapore Time).

Law Firm Recommendations:

  • Lawyers are welcome to fill out a survey in which they can recommend the Chief Compliance Officer for the ranking
  • Form can be found here
  • Deadline for law firm nomination: Friday, 29 March 2024 

Please Note:

  • Candidates need to be permanently based in Asia with a team with a headcount of two or more members.
  • Submissions from mainland China and Australia/New Zealand will not be considered for this list.
  • All nomination forms must be completed in English.
  • Submission of nomination does not guarantee a place on the list. ALB does not have the obligation to explain the inclusion or omission of any specific candidate.
  • The list will be published in June 2024 issue of ALB magazine.

Submission Form

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Ranking Methodology

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