Mr. CHEE Ming-Hin, Aman AE

Part-time Lecturer


Mr. Chee possesses over 20 years of experience in both the public sector where he specialised in financial crime investigation including fraud, corruption, money-laundering and counterfeit credit card etc. with related experience in assisting criminal prosecutions in court while working in law enforcement agency; and the private sector in particular the finance industry including investment and retail banking with focus in risk and compliance, policy setting and strategic development, two global consulting firms on governance and risk including eDiscovery, plus aviation and corporate security related risk and regulatory compliance.



LL.B (Hons.) (University of Wolverhampton)
Master of Laws in International Corporate and Financial Law (University of Wolverhampton)
Certificate in Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the Information Age (Harvard)
Accredited mediator (Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre)


Public Services/Award

Air Crewman (Auxiliary) (Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force) (1988-1993)
Operations Officer (Auxiliary) (Government Flying Service) (1993-1997)
Chief Investigator (Independent Commission Against Corruption) (1996-2010)
Air Efficiency Award (presented by the last Governor of Hong Kong in 1997)


Teaching/Speaking events

Finance Technology Crime and Loss Prevention
Fraud Risk Awareness
Internal Investigation and Legal Advice Privilege (Law Society of Hong Kong)
Managing Financial Crime Risks and Digital Investigation (Securities and Futures Commission, Association of Hong Kong Accountants, Hong Kong Institute of Bankers)
Employee Misconduct Investigation
Business Governance and Loss Prevention
Anti-Fraud and Corruption Investigation and Prevention (China Banking Regulatory Commission)
Anti-Corruption laws and enforcement
Anti-Corruption legislations and strategy
Managing anti-corruption investigation

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