Chairman, AIMA Hong Kong
Phillip Meyer joined Oasis in 2007 and serves as General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer, and Co-Chief Operating Officer for the Oasis Group. He is responsible for providing legal advice to the Oasis Group and managing its legal and regulatory affairs on a global basis, as well as overseeing all non-investment aspects of the firm’s business, including infrastructure, IT and data security, business development and fund distribution, human resources, and he co-leads the firm’s finance and trade operations teams. Mr. Meyer received a B.A. in English from The University of Texas at Austin, graduating with high honors, and he received a J.D. from Cornell Law School, where he was Note Editor for the Cornell International Law Journal. Mr. Meyer is licensed as an attorney with the New York State Bar and is an associate member of the Hong Kong Law Society. He is the Chair of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) Hong Kong Executive Committee and Co-Chair of the AIMA Hong Kong Regulatory Committee; serves on the Human Capital Committee of the Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council (HKFSDC); is a member of the Standards Board for Alternative Investments (SBAI) Culture & Diversity Committee for APAC; is a member of the Education Committee of the Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute (HKSI); sits on the Board of Directors of the Association of Corporate Counsel Hong Kong (ACC) and serves as Co-Chair of its Financial Services Committee; and co-chairs the Sohn Hong Kong Investment Conference planning committee for the Karen Leung Foundation. Mr. Meyer was named to The Legal 500’s inaugural “GC Powerlist: China & Hong Kong” in 2017 and the Oasis Legal Team was named to the GC Powerlist: Hong Kong Teams 2019. Mr. Meyer is a frequent speaker on topics related to financial markets, regulatory compliance, ethics, internal investigations, financial services legal issues and trends, in-house legal and compliance department management, hedge fund operations and management, shareholder activism, and ESG topics, including firm diversity and inclusion.