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Professor Bryane Michael
 
 
 
BIOGRAPHY
 
 

Professor Bryane Michael is currently a non-residential, visiting research professor at the UMCoRS. He also holds posts in a number of other leading universities. His background includes almost 5 years at the World Bank and OECD and recently almost 8 years with the EU and UN. His Malaysia and Brunei experience include work with 5 large Bruneian companies, a large Malaysian bank, and government agencies from both countries. He has taught over 3,000 executives in executive education programmes and over 200 students in one-to-one Socratic Method "Oxford-style" tutorials coming from universities like Harvard, Stanford, MIT and others.

 
         
 
 
 
LATEST ARTICLES
 
 
COST OF COMPETITION LAW COMPLIANCE
Malaysian banks shouldn't obey the 2010 Competition Act. We aren't inciting a riot. Instead, we describe the strong economic incentives in Malaysia's competition law which encourage financial institutions to avoid implementing antitrust compliance programmes. As much a resource internal auditors as an academic study, we describe what internal auditors need to watch for as they do their antitrust audits. We also describe some of the programmes bank managers can put in place to reduce enforcement risk.
WHAT ARE THE SIZE OF MALAYSIA'S WEALTH MANAGEMENT MARKETS?
Malaysia represents a small wealth management opportunity -- for both domestic and foreign broker-dealers. What can local securities firms do to increase the size of their private banking markets?
INTEGRATING MALAYSIA INTO HONG KONG'S CAPITAL MARKETS?
Hong Kong represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity for Malaysia's broker-dealers. As ASEAN financial markets become closer linked, the opportunities Malaysia provides to Hong Kong's big financial institutions will probably not be overlooked. What are Hong Kong firms' best way to tap Malaysian markets? What can Malaysian firms do to anticipate closer linkage with Hong Kong? 
 
         
 
 
 
LATEST PRESENTATION
 
 
PRESENTATION AT FIRST ANNUAL MYCC EVENT
The Competition Act could increase Malaysian GDP by up to $1.2 billion -- because the current economy is so badly distorted. Years of industrial policies have encouraged resources to flow into areas which may differ from what the market would choose. What effect will the Competition Act have on certain sectors -- like machinery. What does it mean for you?
 
  

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