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PwC appoints Henri Arslanian as fintech and regtech leader for China & Hong Kong

PwC is pleased to announce the appointment of Henri Arslanian as FinTech and RegTech Leader, China & Hong Kong. Henri is a published author, a TEDx speaker and an adjunct associate professor at the University of Hong Kong, where he teaches FinTech and entrepreneurship in finance.

Admitted to the Bar in New York and Quebec, Henri worked as a financial markets and funds lawyer in Canada and Hong Kong. He then joined UBS Investment Bank, where he helped entrepreneurs to launch their own hedge funds, before joining a FinTech start-up.

Among many academic and industry awards, Henri holds a Masters in Chinese Law from Tsinghua University and a joint Executive MBA from Columbia Business School, London Business School and HKU.

Henri's appointment strengthens PwC's capabilities in advising clients on the adoption of FinTech and RegTech. He will be based in Hong Kong and will have a particular focus on Greater China and other Asian markets, while acting as a bridge with the US and other global PwC teams.  

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