Stannard explains all

David Stannard, managing partner of Norton Rose Hong Kong, reminisces on his time as a regulator and discusses his plans for Norton Rose.

Three years ago, Norton Rose ended its long standing joint venture with Hong Kong law firm Johnson, Stokes and Master. Under the terms of the agreement, Norton Rose was prevented from practising on its own in Hong Kong for three years. The day that agreement was over - April 2 2002 - Norton Rose announced the reopening of its Hong Kong practice.

In the three years since it has been away, the firm's Hong Kong managing partner David Stannard has been seconded to Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission. As one of the few private sector professionals to work in both the private and public sector, Stannard has something of a unique profile in...

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