Venue : ZOOM
Event Start Date : Wednesday 09 June 2021
Event End Date : Wednesday 09 June 2021
Event Start Time : 10:00 am
Event End Time : 11:15 am
Registration Start Date : Friday 28 May 2021
Registration End Date : Wednesday 09 June 2021
The past decade has seen a rapid transformation in the retail banking sector across Southeast Asia. Increased mobile penetration and a push towards digitalization are driving fundamental change in how banking services are accessed. Financial institutions must adapt their workforces to meet these new demands – a task which is complicated by prolonged Covid restrictions in many countries.
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, organisations can still consider a uniform approach across the region. Join our panel of employment law experts from around the region for a discussion on how businesses can address the challenges, including through:
- Reskilling or upskilling
- Global mobility and remote working
Join for an insightful and perspective-based conversation from different jurisdictions.
Selvamalar is co-head of the firm's Employment practice. She provides integrated support to a wide range of clients in various industries on all employment/human resource related matters including compliance with all laws applicable to employment relationships; managing the exit of employees whether by way of collective reduction in force exercises or individual terminations for misconduct or poor performance; protection of confidential and proprietary information; investigations and disciplinary actions; trade unions, both recognition and collective bargaining; dispute resolution at all levels and business immigration.
She also provides strategic advice in internal fraud management advising clients in high profile and highly sensitive matters involving fraud perpetrated by employees; and the options available to the organisations to obtain redress against the wrongdoers. Her practice extends to focused compliance on bribery and corruption as well as acting for medical practitioners in negligence and malpractice suits. Read more about her here.
Herry, who was made partner in 2012, is a key figure in ABNR’s project finance & development, real estate and restructuring & insolvency practices.
In project finance & development, Herry has particular experience and expertise in the financing and development of major power-sector and industrial projects, and also regularly handles the real-estate aspects of such projects. He has worked on the financing and development of many of the largest power projects in Indonesia in recent years, including the Paiton Project, Tanjung Jati B Project, Sarulla Project, Banten Project, Cirebon and Cirebon Expansion Projects, Central Java Project, Wampu and Semangka Hydro Power Projects, and Muara Laboh and Rantau Dedap Geothermal Projects, Waste to Energy Projects of Legok Nangka and Sunter. Read more about him here.
Auradee Pantumkomon Wongsaroj is an attorney-at-law in Tilleke & Gibbins’ corporate and commercial department. She specializes in due diligence for high-value commercial transactions and advising on commercial, energy (oil and gas and renewable energy), labor, corporate, environmental, and competition law and privacy law. Prior to joining the firm, she was a senior associate at an energy industry-focused law firm in Bangkok and at a leading energy-related public company in Thailand. She also advised the Petroleum Institute of Thailand on natural gas price research by the Energy Policy and Planning Office of Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, and on a high-profile study under the Energy Regulatory Commission’s Law Reform Project. She is a frequent ad-hoc lecturer on international business law and transactions and Thai labor law issues, and regularly presents at local and overseas forums on labor and, employment, and privacy and personal data protection matters.
Auradee is a barrister-at-law certified by the Thai Bar Association and a lawyer licensed by the Lawyers Council of Thailand. Read more about her here.
Enriquito J. Mendoza, a partner, chairs the Labor & Immigration department and is affiliated with the Litigation & Arbitration Department. His practice focuses on labor, litigation, and corporate law.
Quito leads the Labor department in assisting employer-clients in collective bargaining negotiations and disputes before labor agencies and courts of law. He gives comprehensive advice on workers and employer rights, including the ramifications to such rights as a result of mergers, consolidations, acquisitions, and other modes of corporate restructuring. His advice covers the effects on security of tenure and possible claims over statutory and contractual benefits resulting from such restructuring. Read more about him here.
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