The Futures Industry Association (FIA), a trade association representing the aggregated cleared derivatives industry, has announced a series of additions to its Asia Advisory Board, including seven new senior individuals, according to an FIA statement.
The group’s Asia Advisory Board helps oversee and support the group’s derivatives interests in the Asian space, whose constituency is made up of some of the most prominent executives in the financial industry. The board works in conjunction with the Americas Advisory Board and the Europe Advisory Board, collectively governing the global association.
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Moreover, the primary function of these Regional Advisory Boards is to help provide vital input on such topics of regional importance such as legislative, regulatory, commercial, and advocacy issues.
Following the series of appointments, the board has now grown to thirteen members, which considering the seven recent additions, constitutes a high degree of change for the unit.
Specifically, the new Asia Advisory Board will see the following appointees:
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– Peter Jaeger, Citi
– Helen Lofthouse, ASX Ltd.
– Ady Ng, UOB Bullion and Futures Ltd.
– Kevin Rideout, Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Ltd.
– Neil Salter, Credit Suisse
– James Shekerdemian, Societe Generale
– Sharon Shi Ning, G.H. Financials (Hong Kong) Ltd.