• J.D., University of California,
    Los Angeles, 1991
  • B.A., University of California,
    Berkeley, 1988

Bar Membership:

  • Washington D.C. Bar

Hui (pronounced “hway”) is an internationally renowned leader in ethics and compliance. She regularly consults with companies as well as regulatory and enforcement authorities around the world, advising them on the design, implementation, and assessment of ethics & compliance programs. Hui is also a thought leader who collaborates with leading academic researchers and publishes regularly in business and academic journals.

As the first-ever Compliance Counsel Expert at the United States Department of Justice, Hui was the exclusive consultant to the federal prosecutors in the Fraud Section, evaluating corporate ethics & compliance programs in areas such as anti-fraud, anti-bribery/kickback, healthcare, quality control, manipulation of financial markets, process safety, and environmental protection. She is the author of the Fraud Section’s well known “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance” – predecessor document to Criminal Division’s Guidance on the same – which has been widely praised by compliance practitioners and recognized by government regulators and standard setters around the world. She also consulted on all Fraud Section corporate monitorships, including hosting training for monitors on best practices and lessons learned. After leaving the Department of Justice, Hui was retained as the first-ever foreign expert consultant by the Ministry of Transparency of Brazil to assist the Comptroller General’s Office (CGU) in the development of methodologies for evaluating corporate compliance programs.

Prior to being retained by the Department of Justice, Hui served as a senior compliance leader in industries such as technology (Microsoft), pharmaceutical (Pfizer), and financial services (Standard Chartered Bank). In those roles, Hui worked closely with business leaders in

  • designing and implementing compliance programs,
  • conducting risk assessments,
  • supervising global internal investigations, and
  • enhancing compliance and financial processes and controls.

She is well versed in the practicalities of working in matrix organizations and meeting the demands of business and operational necessities. She is also keenly attuned to cross-cultural business challenges, having lived and worked in New York, Washington, D.C., Munich, Moscow, Beijing, London, and Milan, and conducted risk assessments, training, and investigations throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East.