ATTORNEY GENERAL NEWS RELEASE: New Chief Integrity Adviser Hui ChenPosted on Feb 10, 2020 in Latest Department News
HONOLULU – Attorney General Clare E. Connors announced today that Hui Chen is the new Chief Integrity Adviser for the Department of the Attorney General.
The Chief Integrity Adviser is a new position within the Department. The Adviser reports directly to the Attorney General and her responsibilities include the Department’s policies and procedures, internal training programs, and ethics and conflicts reviews. Additionally, the Adviser is a member of the Complex Litigation, Fraud, and Compliance Unit, and will be tasked with investigating, reviewing, and consulting on compliance issues within state government.
Chen is an internationally acknowledged leader in ethics and compliance issues. She has held senior compliance positions in the technology, pharmaceutical and financial services industries and was the first Compliance Counsel Expert at the United States Department of Justice. While there, she was a consultant to the Department of Justice Fraud Section, authored that section’s guidance document “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance” and consulted on all corporate monitorships conducted by that section.
“Not only has Hui worked with companies and regulatory authorities around the world to address ethics and compliance issues, she has extensive private and public sector experience,” said Attorney General Connors. “As my department continues its commitment to provide thoughtful improvement to the State of Hawaiʻi, I am delighted to welcome Hui to the team.”
Chen attended the University of California Los Angeles, where she earned a B.A. and earned her law degree from the University of California Berkeley School of Law.
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For more information, contact:
Krishna F. Jayaram