Lydia Tang is an associate director in BRG’s Disputes and International Arbitration practice, based in the firm’s Hong Kong office.
As a Certified Public Accountant, Ms. Tang has extensive experience advising clients on the application of complex accounting principles and standards to assess appropriate accounting treatment. She also has experience in evaluating damages and preparing valuations in the context of commercial arbitration and litigation proceedings.
Ms. Tang has experience in Asia-Pacific (APAC)–related matters and with businesses across various sectors and sizes. She has been involved in arbitrations with the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) and in litigations in Hong Kong and offshore courts.
Before joining BRG, Ms. Tang worked in both audit and forensic practices of an international accounting firm. She managed financial audits and conducted accounting and fraud investigation for multinational companies. She also worked for two leading international financial institutions and has particular expertise in handling compliance and regulatory issues in the financial services industry.
Ms. Tang is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and earned a BBA in accounting and finance from the University of Hong Kong. She is a committee member of HK45, HKIAC’s group for young arbitration practitioners in Asia and beyond.
Wells Fargo Bank
Vice president, Financial Crimes and Risk Management
2018 – 2019
Ernst & Young
Senior manager, Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services
2015 – 2018
Consultant, Forensic Accounting and Advisory
Senior analyst, Finance
2013 – 2014
Ernst & Young
Senior accountant, Financial Services
2009 – 2013
Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts
Areas of Expertise
University of Hong Kong
BBA, Accounting and Finance, 2009
Chartered Financial Analyst Program
passed all levels of examination