Mark Law

Mark Law

Chief Commercial Officer
Room 1906-07, 19/F, The Center, 99 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Mark is the Chief Commercial Officer at SANNE, with responsibility for the firm’s global service offering across all jurisdictions and its continued commercial development.

Previously, Mark led SANNE’s alternative asset capabilities across the Asia-Pacific and Mauritian networks and target client markets. 

Prior to joining SANNE, Mark ran Deutsche Bank's Asia-Pacific business for custody, clearing, fund services and securities lending, based in Hong Kong and was responsible for 12 jurisdictions in the region. He has also worked in Tokyo and Mauritius running businesses across the banks’s asset servicing business as well as launching their alternative fund services offering in APAC. 

Mark is a qualified FCA from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and holds a Masters and Bachelor’s degree in Oriental Studies from Oxford University.

SANNE Connect Issue 9: Singapore Special Edition

Mark Law

Mark Law, Chief Commercial Officer

24 December 2018

  • About us

    SANNE is a leading global provider of alternative fund and corporate administration services.

  • Our services

    SANNE provides clients across the globe with a wide range of complementary business services, focused on two core areas: alternative asset services and corporate and private client services.

  • Our approach

    We understand that each client relationship has a unique set of requirements and expectations; that is why our client service teams are handpicked and tailored to fit the specific and evolving needs of each client.

  • Thought leadership

    At SANNE, we collaborate and share our knowledge and best practice with those we value. These are the things that make the difference.

  • Our people

    We work with talented people. It’s their deep expertise, knowledge and collaborative nature that differentiates us. We see things differently.

  • Global locations

    Our global network is spread across three global regions: The Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific & Mauritius.