HSBC’s counsel returns to Gibson Dunn

HSBC’s counsel returns to Gibson Dunn David Wolber
David Wolber

After serving as global financial crime counsel at HSBC for more than three years, Hong Kong-based international trade lawyer David Wolber re-joined Gibson Dunn & Crutcher as of counsel. Previously in 2011-2017, Wolber was an associate attorney at the Hong Kong office of the law firm before moving to MUFG Bank as a counsel in New York in 2017-2018.

As a financial crime counsel, Wolber advised the banks globally on compliance and risk mitigation strategies associated with various jurisdictions’ sanctions, export controls, anti-money laundering, anti-corruption and bribery, and national security laws and regulations.

In his new role, Wolber advises companies on the complex legal, compliance, reputational, political and other risks arising from various international trade, national security and financial crime laws and regulations. He will have a focus on economic and trade sanctions, export controls, foreign direct investment controls, anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and anti-corruption. Subscription